1160 E Huffaker Ln, Reno, NV 89511
Huffaker Park is a 76-acre Reno park with restrooms (opened seasonally: late April-early October weather permitting). The park features a 9-acre developed area and a 1.7-mile hiking and running trail with native high desert terrain and scenic views.
Playground, soccer/football field, baseball/softball field, basketball court, tennis court, horseshoes, exercise area, hiking trails, picnic shelter, barbeque area, rentable shelter, and tables/benches.
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References & Further Info:
Ingall, Major G.W. (1968) History of Washoe County, Nevada.
Davis, S. P. (1913). History of Nevada, Vol 1. Reno.
Fockler, M. (2007). Plumbing the Truckee: Water, Diversion and the Creation of Community along the Truckee River, Nevada. Reno: UMI Dissertation Services.
Channel 4 News story on making snow on Rattlesnake Mountain: Knowing Nevada: Tahoe's first snowmaking operation was in Reno. http://mynews4.com/news/knowing-nevada/knowing-nevada-tahoes-first-snowmaking-operation-was-in-reno
Jill Richardson (history)