Best Public Parks in Reno

Expert recommended Top 3 Public Parks in Reno, Nevada. All of our public parks face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!


1980 Lakeside Drive, Reno, NV 89509 Directions

Since 1935

Soccer and Football Fields, Off-Leash Dog Park, Playgrounds, Fishes, Barbecue, Pathway, Rentable Shelter, Tables, Shelters, Path for Walking and Jogging, Swings, Exercise Areas, Big Lake, Open Space, Restrooms, Gardens, Ponds, Barbeques & Event Conducting

Virginia Lake Park is a favorite among locals and outdoor activities. It has a great walking path, lots of benches, exercise stations, a separated kid's playground, and a covered seating area for birthdays or other public events. There is a kid's fun area with slides, bars, and other toys the little ones will enjoy. Virginia Lake Park provides 1-mile trail loops the namesake lake at this place that also features a fishing pier and a dog run.


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2055 Idlewild Drive, Reno, NV 89509 Directions

Open Space Areas, Playgrounds, Stone Benches, Ponds, Trees, Train Ride, Water Play Toys, Small Lakes for Fishing, Shelters, Slides, Ball Fields, Walking Trails, Event Conducting, kate Park, Biking Paths, Swings, Jogging, Picnic Tables, Aquatic Centre, Ducks, Restrooms, Basketball, Horseshoe & Gardens

Idlewild Park has over 49 acres of parkland. It has ball fields, playgrounds for the kids, a swimming pool, a skate park, ponds, Horseshoe Court, the Truckee River, and a miniature train ride. The park has a rose garden and maintains 200 varieties of roses and over 1,750 total roses. Idlewild Park has hosted a variety of events and Street Food events through the summer periods. The park offers covered picnic shelter is available for rental.


Open 24 Hours

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2 South Arlington Avenue, Reno, NV 89501 Directions

Lights, Plants, Botanical Garden, Recreation Facilities, Walking, Visitor Centers, Flowers, Playgrounds, Fishing, Trail, Horseshoe Pits, Exercise Course, Tours, Bird Watching, Playground, Barbecue, Picnic Areas, Hiking, Biking, Sitting Benches, Cycling, Museum, Jogging, Dogs Parks & Meadows

Wingfield Park is a popular picnic spot and recreational park offering kayaking, swimming, summer plays, and concerts. A playground is also a favorite place for festivals, outdoor sports events, and concerts, including the Reno River Festival. Wingfield Park provides kayaking, swimming, whitewater rafting, and river tubing. There are several pedestrians, bicycle bridges crossing the river to the park.


Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 10:00 pm

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