2525 Killington Dr, Reno, NV 89511

Whites Creek Park

Park Description:

Whites Creek Park is a 6-acre Washoe County Park with a portable restroom.

Park Amenities:

Hiking trails, walking trails, playground, multi-use field, picnic area, barbecue area, and tables/benches.

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References & Further Info:

  • Washoe County Parks and Open Space - Whites Creek Park

  • Flood destroy trout creeks. (1913, September 12). Nevada State Journal, p. 8.

  • Lake Tahoe an asset or Reno provided old road is rebuilt. (1913, April 9). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 1.

  • Nearly one million fish being planted in creeks near Reno. (1906, June 12). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 7.

  • Nelson says road to lake would cost $20,000. (1919, August 5). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 3.

  • Notice of application for permission to appropriate the public waters of the state of Nevada. (1914, Jan 22). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 7.

  • Picnic excursion. (1895, June 29). Nevada State Journal , p. 6.

  • Plan for highway over Mt. Rose discussed. (1920, February 2). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 3.

  • Special fire patrol near Galena Creek. (1922, July 13). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 6.

  • Streets and roads must be improved. (1909, July 21). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 4.

  • The attorney general for convict road work. (1909, June 30). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 4.

  • Traveler, T. N. (1919, October 4). Could run to Lake Tahoe in hour if Mt. Rose road were improved. Reno Evening Gazette, p. 8.

  • Would stock the creeks. (1905, November 1). Reno Gazette Journal, p. 7.

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Jill Richardson (history)

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Alex Shahbazi

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