Get your Reno Parks & Recreation Guide

January 26, 2016

If you are looking for things to do that don’t necessarily involve snow and cold, check out the 2016 winter / spring version of the Reno Parks and Recreation Guide. There is literally something for everyone, from little kids to those with disabilities to the senior citizen set. Things to participate in range from just enjoying Reno’s public art to full-on athletic activities.

  • Youth programs
  • Dance
  • Fitness
  • Aquatics
  • Athletics
  • Inclusion (for those with disabilities)
  • Activities and classes
  • Senior activities (50+)
  • Public parks
  • Public art
  • Rentable facilities
  • Special event

The City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department publishes this parks and recreation guide featuring information about recreational programs and activities available to the community. Two guides per year are published and provided free of charge – winter/spring and for summer/fall.

If you do like snow and cold, this has turned out to be the best winter season in years. All of our Lake Tahoe area ski resorts are in full operation and nearby snow play areas have an abundance of the fluffy white stuff for great family fun with tubes, sleds and snowshoes.

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