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Ways to recreate with the City of Reno, Nevada

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Reno Parks and Recreation Guide, Nevada, NV The City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department publishes a 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 - fall / winter and for spring / summer.

Get a copy of the Reno Parks and Recreation Guide

Printed copies of the Reno recreation program guide can be obtained from Reno recreation or administrative facilities throughout the city. To have one mailed to you, call (775) 334-2262 or email renodirect@reno.gov.

You can download a free copy of the current recreation guide from the Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services website. From the link, you can open a copy of the recreation guide and/or save a copy to your computer. With your own copy, it's easy to view it later without having to return to the website.

You can access the guide from your smartphone through the official City of Reno app. The app gives you access to lots of other Reno government information as well.

Contents of the Reno Parks and Recreation Guide

You will find information about these topics and more in the Reno Parks and Recreation Guide...

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

Parks and Recreation in Sparks - There are lots more recreational opportunities available from the City of Sparks. To learn more, go to "Sparks Recreation Activity Guide."

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