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Washoe County Park's
Adopt-A-Park Program

The Adopt-A-Park Program is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to work hands-on in our parks, helping to keep them clean, attractive and safe for everyone to enjoy!

Contact the Parks Volunteer Coordinator, Denise Evans, for more information about adopting a park at (775)785-4512 x107 or devans@washoecounty.us. There are also opportunities to Adopt-A-Trail, Adopt-A-Open Space and Adopt-A-Mutt Mitt.

Learn more about the program by downloading the complete Adopt-A-Park Information Packet. Also see the map below for all of the participating Washoe County Parks, and whether or not they are currently adopted.  

 

MAP KEY

GREEN pushpins = Available for adoption!

BLUE pushpins = Already has one adopter, but can always use more!

RED pushpins = Already adopted, please consider another park

 


View Washoe County Parks Adopt-A-Park Map in a larger map


PARK LIST WITH ACTIVE ADOPTERS (Parks can have multiple adopters):
Ambrose Park
Anderson Park
ArrowCreek Park
Bailey Creek Park
Bartley Ranch Regional Park - Troop 10 Boy Scouts of America is an adopter
Bowers Mansion Regional Park
Callahan Park, Phillip & Annie
Cold Springs Park - Troop 500, Pack 127 is an adopter
Crystal Peak Park - Cabelas is an adopter
Davis Creek Regional Park
Desert Winds Park
Donnelly Park, Betsy Caughlin
Dorostkar Park - NV Energy is an adopter
Eagle Canyon Park -Girl Scouts of Spanish Springs Service Unit
Ellen's Park
Forest Park
Galena Creek Regional Park
Gator Swamp Park
Gerlach Community Park
Golden Valley Park
Hidden Valley Regional Park - Hidden Valley HOA adopts the Mia Vista side
Lazy 5 Regional Park
Lemmon Valley Horse Arena
Lemmon Valley Park
Lockwood Park - Otis Bay is an adopter
Martin Luther King Park
Mayberry Park
Mogul Park
New Washoe City Park
North Valleys Regional Park
Pleasant Valley Park
Rancho San Rafael Regional Park - Theta Chi Fraternity is an adopter
Regional Archery Facility
Regional Shooting Facility
Rivermount Park
Sierra Rock Park
Silver Knolls Park
Silverlake Trailhead - Urban Outfitters is an adopter
Sky Ranch Park
South Valleys Regional Park
Sun Valley Regional Park - Esther Bennett Elementary School is an adopter
Swan Lake Nature Study Area
Thomas Creek Park
Verdi School Park
Village Center Park
Virginia Foothills Park
Whites Creek Park
Wilson Commons Park

Download the Adopt-A-Park Information Packet

Download the Adopt-A-Park Application