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Wingfield Park

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300 W 1st St Reno NV 89503
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(775) 334-2414
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A very well known park, Wingfield, is where all the citizens of Reno come to relax and enjoy a picnic with family and friends. Wingfield Park comprises of five smaller parks, namely the Wingfeild Park (East Island), Wingfield Park (West Island), Brick Park, Bennett Park and Bicentennial Park. It includes basketball courts, picnic shelter, barbecue area and the Wingfield Park Amphitheater . It...

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80

This is a nice park in downtown Reno. Its within walking distance of a lot of the casinos. They do have music festivals here sometimes. Its really a nice place for a walk. Its got the Truckee River running through it and the river is pretty. People tend to like to get in the river here and do kayaking or other water fun …

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Nice park to come to in the summer time for the different festivals and to wade or swim in the Truckee River. They have done a pretty good job of making great use of the river flowing right through downtown Reno. Pretty close to Idlewild Park by bike so a lot of times we will park the car at Idlewild and take our …

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100

Wingfield Park is one of my favorite spots in downtown Reno. It is an island in the city both figuratively and literally. Having this be the base of a middle of downtown kayaking park was pure genius. The accessibility of the river makes it a great recreation spot in the middle of an urban landscape.The summer …

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This place is a blast.I met my husband at this park while body surfing the falls.I always have fun here and it is great exercise.It is also gorgeous!This is a great place for lovers, friends, and families.It is also a great place to meet new people.Get your water shoes on and get ready to have the time of your life!

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80

Just when I thought Reno was such a crappy place. This park surprised me with fun outdoor activities and art around the park. I found people tubing and swimming at this park in the river. By the steps of this park and bridge, you will find people sitting there playing music, hanging out, and drinking coffee.Cute place!

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A very well known park, Wingfield, is where all the citizens of Reno come to relax and enjoy a picnic with family and friends. Wingfield Park comprises of five smaller parks, namely the Wingfeild Park (East Island), Wingfield Park (West Island), Brick Park, Bennett Park and Bicentennial Park. It includes basketball courts, picnic shelter, barbecue area and the Wingfield Park Amphitheater . It...

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