Reno: Bike and Hiking Trails

AC/DC Bike Camp

Description: Obstacle bike riding is part rock climbing, part video game and part trick riding; it's nothing like dodge ball. Our programs are designed to keep you in your comfort zone and help you broaden that zone. Drop In Riding, School Break/Summer Camps and Birthday Parties available.
Phone: info@acdcbikecamp.com

Ambrose Park

Description: Park offers access to the Truckee River for fishing, hiking and bird watching.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

Anderson Park

Description: Large park with miles of trails great to hiking, biking and equestrain rides.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

Bartley Ranch Regional Park

Description: Regional park with areas for picnics, walking/hiking trails, a horse arena and open spaces.
Phone: (775) 823-6501

Betsy Caughlin Donnelly Park

Description: Park with large walking and hiking trails with beautiful picturesque views of the Sierras.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

Cold Spring Park

Description: Park has picnic area, playground, basketball, volleyball, baseball, jogging trail, and skateboard park.
Phone: (775) 785-4512

Crystal Peak Mine

Description: Former crystal mine where you can mine for crystals! Limited collecting is allowed, see the website link for additional information.
Address: Verdi, NV

Crystal Peak Park

Description: Park located near the Truckee River with shaded walking trails and fishing access.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

Dorostkar Park

Description: Park located along the Truckee river with nature trail. Great for hikers, bikers, fishers, and dog walkers.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

Galena Creek Regional Park

Description: A popular park for summer hiking and cross country skiing/snow shoeing in the winter. Pond for fishing and an outdoor recreational camp.
Phone: (775) 849-2511

Galena Creek Visitor Center

Description: Guided hikes, toddler program, family programs and youth activities/camps. Monthly homeschool programs. Summer Camps.
Phone: (775) 849-4948

Golden Valley Park

Description: Community park with hiking trails, baseball fields, tennis courts, and picnic areas.
Phone: (775) 785-4512

Hidden Valley Regional Park

Description: Large park with playgrounds, tennis courts, baskeball courts, volleyball court and hiking trails.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

Huffaker Park Lookout Trail

Description: Trail great for walking and running. Scenic views of Reno.
Phone: (775) 334-4636

Idlewild Park

Description: Park with ball field, playgrounds, swimming pool, skate park, ponds, the Truckee River, a miniature train ride, and a rose garden.
Phone: (775) 334-4636

Lockwood Park

Description: Community park located outside of Sparks with walking trails and river access.
Phone: (775) 224-9158

Mayberry Park

Description: Park located along the Truckee River with access to the river for fishing and bird watching. Paved bike path.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

McCarran Ranch Preserve

Description: Local preservation area where you can enjoy fishing, hiking, trails, wildlife viewing and more. Explore the watershed sculptures that are restoring the river as part of The Nature of Art. Learn about restoration of the Truckee River.

Mira Loma Urban Trail

Description: Walking trail that goes around the park with skate park and playgrounds nearby. Trail is great for walking, hiking, and biking.
Phone: (775) 334-4636

Mogul Park

Description: Park with playgrounds, tennis court, basketball court, sledding area, biking trail, fitness course and more.
Phone: (775) 828-6612

Oxbow Nature Study Area

Description: 1/3 mile walking trail along the study area with where you can birdwatch and enjoy the natural wildlife.
Phone: (775) 334-3808

Paradise Park Trail

Description: Trail around 4 ponds with fitness equipment, fishing pier and playgrounds.
Phone: (775) 356-3176

Rancho San Rafael Regional Park

Description: Located near the May museum and arboretum, park has playgrounds, picnic tables, running trails, and multipurpose fields. Seasonal pony rides nearby.
Phone: (775) 785-4512

Saddlehorn Park

Description: Community park with children's play area, tennis court, volleyball court, basketball court and walking trails.
Phone: (775) 849-2511

Sierra Adventures

Description: Outdoor adventure tours serving the Reno Tahoe area with winter, spring, summer and fall activities. They offer free hotel pick-up in the Reno area.
Phone: 1-866-323-8928

Sierra Rock Park

Description: Neighborhood park with playground, walking path, climbing wall and basketball court.
Phone: (775) 785-4512

Silver Knolls Park

Description: Park with playground, baseball fields, hiking trails, and horse trails.
Phone: (775) 785-4512

Sky Tavern

Description: Sky Tavern is a nonprofit ski area just outside Reno staffed by volunteers providing exceptional summer and winter outdoor sports training, competitions, recreation, and events, accessible to all. Skiing, Mountain Biking & more. Sky Tavern Adaptive program is available programs for individuals with special needs.
Phone: (775) 323-5125

Sun Valley Regional Park

Description: Large Community park located north of Sparks with playgrounds, hiking trails, disc golf, birdwatching, and trails that are great for snow shoeing in the winter.
Phone: (775) 424-1866

Swan Lake Nature Study Area

Description: Nationally recognized bird watching area with vast boardwalks through the preserve. Hiking trails nearby.
Phone: (775) 785-4512

Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation

Description: Outdoor and science/nature based programs in regional parks for all ages including Junior Naturalists, nature hikes, bioblitz programming and more. Spring and Summer Camp programs available.
Phone: (775) 453-0673

Virginia Lake Loop Trail

Description: Walking trail around Virginia Lake with fitness course and fishing opportunities.
Phone: (775) 334-2260

Whites Creek Park

Description: Community park in Reno with playground and plenty of wide open spaces. Hiking trails nearby.
Phone: (775) 849-2511

Wilbur D. May Center

Description: Museum and Arboretum dedicated to the life and legacy of the business man, soldier, politician, pilot, artist and adventurer Wilbur D. May. Arboretum admission is Free, there is a fee for museum admission.
Phone: (775) 785-5961

Wingfield Park

Description: Park with ampitheater, walking paths, and basketball courts near the river in downtown Reno.
Phone: (775) 334-2414