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PLANNING YOUR VISIT

The Rosewood Nature Study Area is a beautiful 219-acre marshland that is being actively restored and studied by Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation staff and AmeriCorps members. Currently, there are roughly 2.5 miles of trails that are partially paved with some areas of smoothed gravel. A Visitor Center on the property provides educational and informational materials for both children and adults. The Nature Study Area is perfect for walking, birdwatching, fishing, and engaging in community science.

Hours

Trails: 8:00am to 5:00pm, Monday through Saturday

Visitor Center: 11:00am to 5:00pm, Tuesday through Saturday

Park Rules

  • Park closes at 5pm - gates will be locked

  • Stay on the trail

  • Do not feed or disturb the wildlife

  • Fishing only in designated areas - fish at your own risk

  • No swimming

  • No bikes or motorized vehicles on the trails

  • No dogs, pets, or horses

  • No smoking or vaping

  • No fires, barbecues, or stoves

  • No alcohol

  • No glass containers

General Tips

  • Trail access and Visitor Center are located at 6800 Pembroke Drive

  • There is plenty of accessible parking

  • Please pack out all trash or use the limited trash cans provided

  • Please note that there is little shade and seating on the trails

  • Have fun!