3100 Dickerson Rd, Reno, NV 89503
Oxbow Nature Study Area
Oxbow Nature Study Area is a 22-acre conservation area and public access nature space with year-round restrooms. The nature study area is jointly managed by the Nevada Department of Wildlife and the City of Reno. Located along the Truckee River, Oxbow is home to a variety of native Nevadan habitats and wildlife.
Hiking trails and tables/benches.
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References & Further Info:
Park History (Source: Reno Gazette)
Directions, Birding, & Species Info: (Source: LAS)
Karly Bristol (history)