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Bartley Ranch Regional Park, Reno

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Bartley Ranch is located just off of Lakeside Drive, south of McCarran Blvd. in south Reno. This 56 acre park contains scenic pastures, walking trails, reservable group picnic areas, a regulation size horse arena and warm-up arena, the Western Heritage Interpretive Center, the Historic Huffaker School as well as various historical ranch buildings and equipment. The park is also home to the Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater. The theme of the park includes open space and recreation while maintaining the ranching and equestrian image of the west. We want to preserve the agricultural heritage of the Truckee Meadows.

The Western Heritage Interpretive Center, the Brick House, and the Historic Huffaker School buildings are reservable for parties, ceremonies and meetings. The park has four reservable group picnic areas: Huffaker Pavilion, Last Chance, Plaza and the Flying B. Several individual picnic sites are available on a first come - first serve basis. The Robert Z Hawkins Amphitheater is the site for many public performances and is available for private rentals as well. Please contact the Parks Administration Office at (775) 823-6501 for building or picnic reservations.
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  • This pretty park is in a suburban area. Yes, many houses have yards, but a lot of folks like to use this park for picnics and relaxing. 
    This pretty park is in a suburban area. Yes, many houses have yards, but a lot of folks like to use this park for picnics and relaxing.  more »
  • The park is big and there is a lot of space for sports or picnics. Try to avoid this place on a very hot day as there is little shade. Great regional resource. 
    The park is big and there is a lot of space for sports or picnics. Try to avoid this place on a very hot day as there is little shade. Great regional resource.  more »
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  • There are plenty of historical artifacts to check out throughout the park. The flume trail was unique experience with good views. All of the trails are stroller friendly, some sections get a little narrow though. There is even a trail connector to the adjacent Anderson park.
  • Pretty little hike within Barley Ranch Regional Park... A trailhead is off the parking lot south of the historic school house. This park actually has a few little historic Reno shout-outs. Boomtown donated some historic house structures and there are some antique wagons, farm equipment, etc. The views from the hike are so pretty and you get to see some wildlife on the nature hike too.

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