9100 Wilbur May Pkwy, Reno, NV 89521
Double Diamond Park
Double Diamond Park is a 10-acre Reno park with restrooms (opened seasonally: late April-early October weather permitting).
Baseball/softball fields and a soccer/football field.
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References & Further Info:
Washoe County website: About Wilbur May. (n.d.). Retrieved July 24, 2018, from Washoe County, NV: https://www.washoecounty.us/parks/maycenterhome/maybio.php
Higdon, M. (2018, June 28). Southeast Connector opens next week. Reno Gazette Jounral.
Fockler, M. (2007). Plumbing the Truckee: Water, Diversion and the Creation of Community along the Truckee River, Nevada. Reno: UMI Dissertation Services.
Brown, H.K. (1968). A County Called Washoe
Jill Richardson (history)