The unincorporated town of Genoa, NV, is located in Douglas County, a few miles northwest of Minden on the western edge of the Carson Valley. Genoa is home to a small population of fewer than 1,000 people, spread across a land area of more than nine square miles.
The area was founded in 1851 by Mormon pioneers, as a trading post called Mormon Station. The settlement was renamed Genoa in 1856 after the Italian city. Every year since 1919, Genoa has held a festival in late September called the Candy Dance, selling candy, food and crafts to support the local government. David Walley’s Resort is a famous natural hot springs and spa located just outside of town, while the Genoa Historic District maintains a good amount of Late Victorian architecture.
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