6800 Pembroke Dr, Reno, NV 89502, USA
Rosewood Nature Study Area
The Rosewood Nature Study Area is a 220-acre City of Reno owned restoration area and public-access natural space that is leased and operated by the Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation. The Nature Study Area hosts an ongoing project restoring a decomissioned golf course into a functioning Great Basin wetland habitat. The Nature Study Area is open between 8:00am and 7:00pm Monday through Saturday and features a visitor center open between 11:00am and 6:30pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Trails, a visitor center, educational activities, and tables/benches.
Park Contact Information:
Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation (775) 410-1702
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References & Further Info:
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Cal Neva appeals expansion denial to Reno Council. (1978, October 21). Reno Evening Gazette , p. 13.
Capurro, E. G. (1973, August 5). Recent sale recalls history of pioneer Truckee Meadows ranch. Nevada State Journal , p. 36.
Cartwright, M. (1985, July 11). Golf course developers ain for '88 tee off. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 1C.
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Old timer says. (1930, October 2). Nevada State Journal , p. 4.
Proposed Truckee Meadows Nature Study Area. (n.d.). Retrieved April 8, 2020, from Truckee Meadows Parks Foundation: https://www.tmparksfoundation.org/proposed-tmnsa
Sloan, J. (1986, September 21). Golf course stirs environmental worries. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 24A.
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Trent, J. (1991, July 14). Unassuming holes contain subtle danger. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 4D.
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Voyles, S. (1990, March 19). New name suits golf course to a tee. Reno Gazette-Journal , p. 3B.
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Jill Richardson (history)