- The list below includes 98 free or cheap things to do in or near Minden, Nevada, including 62 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Arts & Crafts Classes, Farms & Ranches and National & State Parks.
- From Minden Park to Mormon Station State Historic Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Minden and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Carson City, South Lake Tahoe, Incline Village and Stateline.
Mormon Station State Historic Park is home to not only beautiful views of lush greenery, but it also features an museum, many historical structures, log homes and monuments. The park is popular for sightseeing, picnics and
Offering day passes to visitors of all ages, Carson Valley Swim Center helps locals and their guests beat the heat during Nevada's hot summer months. Amenities include water slides, a rock wall, a lap pool and rock climbing.
At Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park, visitors can get an inside glimpse of the past to see what ranch life was like for the valley's early settlers. In addition to original furnishings, the ranch features other artifacts from Nevada's history.
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Douglas High School, Zephyr Cove Tennis, Minden, NV MoreLess Info
Owned and run by competitive USPTA professional Derek Barraclough, Bearclaw Tennis Instruction provides lessons to improve a player's game at any level. Barraclough is available for private lessons and conducts clinics as well.
Home to eight movie screens, Ironwood Stadium Cinema 8 offers a modern day movie going experience. Showing the latest hot movie titles, the theatre is known for their gourmet popcorn and affordable ticket prices.
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1477 US Highway 395 N, Gardnerville, NV 89410 MoreLess Info
The Carson Valley Historical Society is dedicated to preserving, celebrating, and enhancing awareness of local history and culture. The society maintains the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center, which has extensive exhibits related to local history
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1477 U.S. Highway 395 N, Gardnerville, NV 89410 MoreLess Info
Designed by architect Frederic DeLongchamps, the Carson Valley Museum & Cultural Center concentrates on the heritage of the local area. The timeline runs from Native Americans to the pioneers before covering the Wild West and the early 1900s.