Davis Creek Camp Grd Rd, Nevada 89704, USA
Davis Creek Regional Park
Davis Creek Regional Park is a 297-acre Washoe County park with restrooms. The park is located on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada mountains and is home to the Davis Creek Campground. Along with a pond that allows non-motorized boats, Davis Creek Regional Park offers acces to many hiking, biking, and equestrian trails and the Toiyobe National Forest.
62-site overnight campground (with hot showers) with an RV area, picnic area, barbecue area, hiking trails, biking trails, equestrian trails, volleyball court, and a horseshoe area.
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References & Further Info:
Washoe County: Davis Creek Camping Information
Davis Creek Facebook Page
All Trails information on hiking: Davis
New to Reno: Davis Creek
Nevada, A World Within. A State Apart: Washoe County Davis Creek Park
Bonanza, Scenery of the Ponderosa: Davis Creek Park
“Davis Creek Regional Park, Washoe County, Nevada” by Axel Drefahl
NoeHill Travels in the American West: Nevada, “Winters Ranch”
NV Markers: “The Winters' Ranch (Rancho Del Sierra)”
Nevada Historic Markers in Washoe County: Winters' Ranch
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology: “Structural Geology of the Truckee Meadows”
Carson City History: “SLIDE MOUNTAIN, NEVADA 1983”
Reno Gazette Journal: Article on Slide Mountain
Patti Posten (history)