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1190 Country Estates Cir, Reno, NV 89511

Crystal Lake Park

Park Description:

Crystal Lake Park is a 5-acre Reno park with restrooms (opened seasonally: late April-Early October weather permitting).

Park Amenities:

Playground, soccer/football field, basketball court, tennis courts, volleyball court, horseshoe area, pathways, exercise area, picnic shelters, barbeque area, and tables/benches.

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Park History

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References & Further Info:

  • City of Reno Parks & Facilities Directory - Crystal Lake Park

  • A broken leg. (1884, March 3). Reno Evening Gazete , p. 1.

  • Advertisement: Dedication Ceremony. (1996, October 28). REno Gazette-Journal , p. 15.

  • Area deaths: Milo A. Ede. (1975, July 7). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 12.

  • Bids requested. (1996, January 29). Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 11.

  • Concrete hiway completed to Huffakers. (1920, September 11). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 8.

  • Convicts' camp to be moved. (1911, Spetember 15). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 5.

  • Couple celebrates ruby anniversary. (1937, October 17). Nevada State Journal , p. 9.

  • Deaths. (1939, November 20). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 11.

  • Forty years ago today. (1934, April 25). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 4.

  • Gibbs, C. (1995, May 20). Country Estates. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 80.

  • Gibbs, C. (1996, June 15). Meadow Creek Estates. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 78.

  • Mary Thomsen estate filed. (1949, October 27). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 18.

  • Neighborhood Advisory Board project list. (1999, February 3). Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 26.

  • Old Ede ranch changes hands. (1916, December 12). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 3.

  • Old ranch house damaged by fire. (1963, February 22). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 3.

  • On your agenda: Reno City Council. (1993, February 19). Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 3D.

  • Osborn, B. B. (1998, March 28). Country Estates. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 84.

  • Pioneers given part in parade. (1922, July 1). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 6.

  • Southeast Neighborhood Advistory Board. (2000, February 1). Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 9.

  • Steven Ede will is filed for probate. (1915, September 27). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 3.

  • Steven Ede, pioneer resident, dies in Reno home. (1915, September 21). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 1.

  • The environmnent is important at Crystal Lakes. (1984, September 15). Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 41.

  • The plague of locusts. (1880, June 26). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 3.

  • Thomsen ranch sale announced. (1953, February 19). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 18.

  • Ward 3. (1998, October 27). Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 10.

  • Well-known ranch man is dead. (1939, November 20). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 2.

  • Widow seeks farm property. (1940, January 11). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 16.

Contributor(s):

Jill Richardson (history)

Haley McGuire

Alex Shahbazi

Last Updated:

April 20, 2021, 4:38:04 AM