Gray’s Crossing is a community nestled in rolling hills just off Interstate 80, located on approximately 757 forested acres.
Gray's Crossing is named after Joseph Gray, an entrepreneur, successful businessman and founder of Gray's Station, (and latter Coburn's Station), the town that would eventually become Truckee. Gray was a man of vision and determination, who symbolized the can-do pioneer spirit of the early citizens of Truckee. Prosser Dam Road, which runs through the property, was at one time part of the original trail system that crossed through the area. Much like the community Gray established over 140 years ago, Gray's Crossing sits at the convergence of important and critical transportation routes and will provide respite for the travelers and emigrants of today.
Gray's Crossing features a championship golf course, more than 400 acres of open space, and public hiking and biking trails that provide an integral link to the comprehensive network of recreational and scenic trails by the Town of Truckee Trails and Bikeways Master Plan.
Gray’s Crossing is only minutes away from world class skiing, dining, and entertainment. Gray’s Crossing is part of a larger vision which includes four resort communities, an unrivaled club with three golf courses, a ski-in / ski-out restaurant at Northstar, and dining on Lake Tahoe. Through ownership at Gray’s Crossing and membership in the Tahoe Mountain Club, every day will be an adventure as you golf, ski, swim, play tennis, mountain bike, or fly fish.