General Park Information:
Comstock Park is a 5-acre Reno park with a restroom (opened seasonally: late April-Early October weather permitting).
Playground, soccer/football field, baseball/softball field, basketball court, walking and biking paths, picnic shelters, rentable shelters.
View the slideshow to see some of Comstock Park's amenities!
Photo of John C. Fremont.
Comstock Park History
Comstock Park is part of the Double Diamond neighborhood which had formerly been the Double Diamond Ranch. This ranch was owned by Wilbur D. May and had previously been part of Louis Damonte ranch. The Double Diamond Ranch held 1,500 head of cattle on 2,200 acres, and was known for having the best quarter horses in Nevada.
The ranch was managed by H.M. “Rich” Richardson. The name Double Diamond is said to have come from Wilbur May’s initials “W.M.” which look like two diamonds when written with the “M” over the “W.”
Photo by: Jill Richardson
Submission Box for Personal Stories/Photos:
Do you have personal photographs or stories about this park and are willing to share your memories with your community? Stories and photos can be recent adventures in the park, old memories of what the park used to be like, or fond remembrances of what this park has meant to you in the past. Sharing your photographs and memories will help to build our shared history of these important public places. Click here to submit your stories and/or photos!
Typical flora and fauna:
The following are a few of our favorite highlights.
See the community submission section below to view additional wildlife sightings found at this park, and submit you own favorite naturalist sightings on iNaturalist here!
Community Stories and Photos:
Comstock Park History Researcher
Jill is the History Researcher for this park. She has dedicated time to research and document the history of the Comstock Park and region. Thank you Jill for your commitment to our parks and historic preservation!
City of Reno: Comstock Park.
Images of America - Washoe County. Cox, J. M. (2011).
Damonte Ranch Project. (1979).