3295 Mayberry Dr, Reno, NV 89509
Betsy Caughlin Donnelly Park
Betsy Caughlin Donnelly Park is a 30-acre Washoe County park without restrooms. The park features views of the Truckee Meadows and the Sierra Nevada mountains and is home to Reno Food System's Park Farm.
Walking trails, and benches.
Park Contact Information:
Washoe County Parks and Open Space (775) 828-6612
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References & Further Info:
About Us. (n.d.). Retrieved March 29, 2021, from Reno Food Systems: 2021
Bremner, F. (1993, November 5). New park a place to gaze at the cattle grazing. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 17.
Cafferata, P. (2009, December 27). Water to fight over: The Last Chance Ditch. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 44.
Farley, C. (1990, October 24). Reno native donates southwest landd for park. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 11.
Farley, C. (1995, December 1). This old house. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 53.
Fine, L. (2005, December 2). Blast from the past. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 89.
Grady, S. (1998, September 11). Caughlin matriarch vividly remembers the 'working ranch'. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 103.
Last Chance Ditch case. (1935, February 2). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 12.
Nickles, J. (1985, October 27). Second 'Donner Party' fights developers. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 61.
Park Farm. (n.d.). Retrieved March 29, 2021, from Reno Food Systems: https://www.renofoodsystems.org/parkfarm
Skorupa, S. (2009, June 7). Garden Shop resettled on historic landscape. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 41.
Jill Richardson (history)