Established in 1984, the community sits on a 2,400-acre surrounded by a 1200-acre master-planned community that comprises a lot of exceptional features and aspects like trails that will take you to Tahoe if you decide. From the vast open areas to the nearby amenities to the friendly neighborhood, there’s a lot to love about living in Caughlin Ranch.
Caughlin Ranch is idyllic, it’s also not remote. You can find every service, store, or restaurant you could need within an easy walk or drive. Downtown Reno, regional hospitals, the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and other essential services are only a 15-minute drive away.
Alan Means and Sam Jasick, developers of this place, had a vision for the ranch. They chose to preserve the beautiful trees and the natural environment. Caughlin Ranch’s 1,200 acres of open space make it distinctive. Between the grassland and trees; wildflowers and the untamed brooks and streams, living in Caughlin Ranch is like living in a park. The neighborhood includes four major parks: Alum Creek corridor, East Ridge, Caughlin Crest, and Village Green. Furthermore, Caughlin Ranch has 26 ponds, lakes, and other watercourses.
Residents and visitors can also walk, bike, or hike along 20 miles of trails and recreation paths.
Caughlin Ranch is stunning every season for many different reasons. In Spring, all the wildflowers bloom, and the streams and ponds come to life. When summer comes, everyone is out riding a bike, using the trail system, or enjoying a concert in the park. Fall is breathtaking as the trees that line the streets vibrantly change color. In winter, the neighborhood lights up with beautiful and tasteful festive decorations.