Nevada January 05, 2018
Nevada’s Naturally Heated Outdoor Pool Is All You Need This Winter
Contrary to popular belief, Nevada
does get chilly during the winter months, especially in the higher elevation areas. In fact, Nevada is a vastly underrated winter destination which experiences all the typical effects of the cold season. Thanks to this small town resort, you can warm yourself up by taking a relaxing swim in a naturally heated outdoor pool. At this resort you can relax in the warm waters while taking in the fantastic winter scenery. It’s truly the best of both worlds.
1862 David Walley's Hot Spring Resort is a full-service resort in Genoa, just a short drive away from South Lake Tahoe. The resort is both a restaurant and an all inclusive resort with some of the most relaxing naturally heated pools in Nevada.
The resort looks like something straight out of a dream, surrounded by the most exquisite views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. If you're looking for a place to get away from it all, then this is it.
The resort features five mineral hot springs that are heated by natural geothermal groundwater. The area may be covered in snow during the winter, but the pools are nice and hot.
Decorated with beautiful stonework and woodwork, the resort maintains a cozy atmosphere that will have you feeling instantly relaxed. They also offer a full-service spa, saunas, steam rooms, and more. This place is perfect for those who are in desperate need of some rest and relaxation.
If you visit on a Monday, Wednesday, or Friday you can even take part in their water aerobics classes. The springs are open daily from 7:00 am to 9:30 pm.
The resort also offers overnight accommodations if you find you just don't want to leave. Each of their luxurious suites are equipped with partial kitchens, fireplaces, and luxurious bathrooms. After a stay at David Walley's, you'll feel invigorated for the rest of winter.
Poolside cocktail service is even provided on weekends if weather permits. This place really has it all!
A Hot Springs Day Pass is $50, although the resort does offer a discount pass of $35 for locals in neighboring cities. Use of the hot springs is also included with any spa treatment that are 50 minutes or more in length. For more information, you can visit their website
You'll find 1862 David Walley's Hot Spring Resort at 2001 Foothill Road, Genoa, Nevada 89411.
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