2525 Killington Dr, Reno, NV 89511
Whites Creek Park
Whites Creek Park is a 6-acre Washoe County Park with a portable restroom.
Hiking trails, walking trails, playground, multi-use field, picnic area, barbecue area, and tables/benches.
Park Contact Information:
Washoe County Parks and Open Space (775) 828-6612
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References & Further Info:
Flood destroy trout creeks. (1913, September 12). Nevada State Journal, p. 8.
Lake Tahoe an asset or Reno provided old road is rebuilt. (1913, April 9). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 1.
Nearly one million fish being planted in creeks near Reno. (1906, June 12). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 7.
Nelson says road to lake would cost $20,000. (1919, August 5). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 3.
Notice of application for permission to appropriate the public waters of the state of Nevada. (1914, Jan 22). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 7.
Picnic excursion. (1895, June 29). Nevada State Journal , p. 6.
Plan for highway over Mt. Rose discussed. (1920, February 2). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 3.
Special fire patrol near Galena Creek. (1922, July 13). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 6.
Streets and roads must be improved. (1909, July 21). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 4.
The attorney general for convict road work. (1909, June 30). Reno Evening Gazette, p. 4.
Traveler, T. N. (1919, October 4). Could run to Lake Tahoe in hour if Mt. Rose road were improved. Reno Evening Gazette, p. 8.
Would stock the creeks. (1905, November 1). Reno Gazette Journal, p. 7.
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