Further West on the Truckee River

Happy Sunday! I hope you all are going to get a chance to go outside today; get some fresh air and some amazing views. The glory of God is all around us! Just take a step outside and you’ll see thousands of beautiful things that God created, just for us.

Mason and I enojoyed the Truckee River again this weekend except this time we ventured a little further up into the mountains to be surrounded by nature and to enjoy the silence.

To get to this Truckee River Hotspot head West on 4th street and turn left onto Mayberry Drive. You will see parking at Dorosktar Park. TR3
This spot is great for water rafting in the summer, fly fishing, going for a short hike or just playing in the water with your puppies. I went around 4 in the afternoon and the wind was picking up so the water was running a bit fast. So be careful if you do bring your dogs here and make sure they’re strong swimmers!

There are spots all along this trail that lead down to tiny beaches on the river; perfect for you to set a towel down and enjoy your surroundings.

Normally in the summer if I want a quick fishing trip I will head up to this spot in the early evening and catch some trout. But during the colder months it is nice to bring the dogs up here without the crowds and let them go crazy and get mud everywhere!

Not wanting to get muddy? Check out my post that will show you a Truckee River hotspot in the city!

Share your Truckee River pictures with me in the comments below!
Until next time,
Happy Trails!


1 Response to “Further West on the Truckee River”

  1. 1 drew April 14, 2013 at 11:21 AM

    Beautiful pictures!!! šŸ˜‰

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