About Parks and Recreation
The City of Reno Parks and Recreation department offers a wide range of activities, including sport leagues and facilities, youth activities, health and wellness services, and parks and trails. There are hundreds of ways to recreate in Reno. Explore the links in the tabs to your left for more information. Start recreating today. Visit the program registration pageTrao đổi tuyệt đối for more information.
Limited Services Provided During COVID-19 Pandemic
This plan is subject to change at any time based on further guidance from the State.
- All parks are open; however, some amenities within the parks are closed.
- Restrooms are open.
- Playgrounds are closed until further notice.
- Splash pads are closed and will not reopen before Memorial Day weekend 2021.
- Drinking fountains are turned off; park visitors will need to bring their own water.
- Sports fields and joint-use school fields are open to sports leagues with a valid Reno Youth Sports Association (RYSA) field permit. Permits are restricted to non-contact practice only.
- Picnic facilities are first come, first served, maintaining strict physical distancing guidelines and limited to groups under 25 persons. No rentals.
- Residents are encouraged to wash and/or disinfect their hands as soon as possible after leaving public parks.
34 miles of Trails
1,700 acres of Open Space
- The before and after school program is open at Washoe County School District sites.
- Due to COVID-19 restrictions, enrollment numbers were reduced and participants must register for the entire semester via weekly payment plan.
- Registration is full for some locations.
- Financial assistance is available.
- Please visit the Sierra Kids page for up to date information.
Camps for Kids - Vacation Station (school break camps)
- Full day camp programs will be available at Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center and Plumas Gym.
- Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the camp format has changed in order to limit the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19 and mitigate risk for staff and participants.
- Fall Break Camp will be October 5-9, 2020. Full week registration is required.
- Winter Break Camp will be December 18-31, 2020. Registration for both weeks is required.
- Please visit the Vacation Station page for up to date information.
- Face coverings must be worn while entering and exiting the facility, as well as when not actively in the water.
- Lap swimming is available with a maximum of 3 people per lane.
- Swimmers must reserve a lane no more than 48 hours in advance.
- Water Fitness class students must register in advance.
- Open swim is limited to the first 50 people per session (first come, first serve).
- All swimmers are recommended to come ready to swim and leave immediately after swimming to limit locker room use.
- Please visit our Aquatics page for more information specific to each pool location.
Neil Road Recreation Center is open.
- List of programs offered
- Reservations must be made for all programs, weight room use and cardio room use.
- All participants must leave upon completion of activities; no loitering in the lobby.
- Face coverings must be worn at all times, even while participating in programming, unless otherwise exempted by the State of Nevada.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, all other recreation centers are closed until further notice.