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Spring Creek

Twelve miles southeast of Elko, stretched out before the majestic Ruby Mountains, the community of Spring Creek combines the best of rural living with easy city access.

After visiting our wonderful area, in historic Elko County, you may want to move here and enjoy living in our community. Contact a local realtor for relocation information.

The Spring Creek Association (SCA) is a residential development of almost 30 square miles and maintains a wide variety of amenities for use by it's 11,500 residents and visitors.

  • Spring Creek Golf Course. A 18-hole championship golf course. The par-71 course challenges the intermediate and advanced golver with several elevated holes. The greens are excellend and there is a putting and driving range.

  • Spring Creek Trap & Skeet. The Trap & Skeet Facility is home to several shooting events including the Nevada State Trap Shoot. The facility boasts 18 trap houses, three skeet courses and a five-stand sporting clay course. Test your skills and then relax and enjoy some refreshments and the views.

  • Spring Creek Horse Palace. 65,000 square foot indoor equestrian center and outdoor arena. The equestrian center, also known as the Horse Palace, offers year round events. It hosts such events as the Working Ranch Cowboys Assocaition Ranch Hand Rode, Bull Wars, the Hunter/Jumper event, ropings, cuttings, horse shows, clinics and an occasional concert. For a schedule of events, call (775) 753-6295.

  • Spring Creek Marina. A 32-acre private lake surrounded by a park. The Marina provides a peaceful place to picnic and to enjoy the scenery. It is the site of the SCA "Lake of Fire" each 4th of July celebration and often used by groups for events. The fish in the lake include trout and bass.

  • Spring Creek Sports Complex. Baseball, football and soccer. The sports complex is the scene for many activities for the community. Come out and watch a game.

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