Hidden Valley Regional Park
4740 Parkway Drive, Reno, NV 89502 (click here to view a map)
Park Ranger Office: (775) 828-6612
2022 Hidden Valley Regional Park
Master Plan Update
The master plan update process is nearing completion. The plan, informed by stakeholder and public input (provided through surveys, meetings and individual written and oral comments), was unanimously recommended for approval by the Park Commission at their May 3rd meeting. It will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners for potential adoption in June (date TBD).
- To review the plan, please click here.
- Thanks to everyone who submitted public comment to the Park Commission for their consideration. Public comment is also encouraged at the Board of County Commissioners meeting in June.
A number of Frequently Asked Questions have come up throughout this planning process. To view answers to these FAQs, please look at the Hidden Valley Master Plan Update FAQs Page.
For updates about the project, please email Park Planner, Sophia Kirschenman at Skirschenman@washoecounty.gov to be added to the project's email list.
Hidden Valley Regional Park is a large, 480-acre park in southeast Reno, of which 65 acres are developed. The park features the Clarence K. Bath Memorial Horse Arena with an announcer's stand and a grandstand area, a warmup arena, restrooms, a covered group picnic area (by permit only - click here for info), individual picnic areas (non-reservable), tennis & pickleball courts, a volleyball court, two children's playground areas, and many multi-use trails. The fully fenced Link Piazzo Dog Park is located within the park and has separate enclosures for both large and small dogs.
Statue of Link Piazzo located at the Nevada Humane Society
Source: Paula Slater, M.A.
The horse arena complex is named after Clarence Bath, who came to Reno in 1922. He was an avid horseman and helped to form the Nevada White Hats in the 1940s. He was the first American Horse Show steward in Nevada, a life member of the Nevada State Horsemen’s Association, and a member of the Comstock Arabian Horse Association. He spent time assisting youth become good horse owners before his death in 1967.
Facilities: Vista Picnic Pavilion, Clarence K. Bath Memorial Horse Arena, Turf Areas, Restrooms, Tennis, Pickleball & Volleyball Courts, Children's Playgrounds, Link Piazzo Dog Park