4980 Susan Lee Circle Rd, New Washoe City, NV 89704
Wilson Commons Park
Wilson Commons Park is a Washoe County park without restrooms. The park contains 5-acres of historic ranch outbuildings, 20-acres of irrigated pasture, and several acres of developed parkland.
Picnic area, horseshoes, volleyball, tennis court, fishing pond, benches, and a historic barn and ranch buildings that are over 100-years old.
Park Contact Information:
Washoe County Parks and Open Space (775) 828-6612
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References & Further Info:
Nevada Department of Wildlife: Wilson Commons Pond
100 years ago - 1873. (1973, August 3). Nevada State Journal, p. 5.
B. (1895, June 8). Flush times in Washoe. Weekly Nevada State Journal, p. 4.
Carlson, H. S. (1974). Nevada Place Names. Reno: University of Nevada Press.
Flumes. (1878, May 23). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 2.
McGee, W. a. (2004). The Divorce Seekers. St. Helena, California: BMC Publications.
Personal. (1878, May 23). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 2.
The best things in life are still free. (1998, June 21). Reno Gazette-Journal, p. 9B.
Voyles, S. (2000, March 21). Restored Washoe farm may become national landmark. Reno Gazette-Journal, p. 1C.
Washoe Co’s agricultural lands and products. (1881, December 17). Weekly Nevada State Journal, p.4.
Washoe County - No. 6. (1873, February 1). Nevada State Journal, p. 2.
Washoe County Commission. (1993, March 5). Reno Gazette-Journal, p. 3D.
Wood. (1873, July 29). Gold Hill Daily News, p. 3.
Jill Richardson (history)