Map of bike paths / walking paths in Reno, NV


Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in Reno & Sparks, Nevada

Reno, Nevada map area

Reno, Nevada

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Bartley Ranch Regional Park Trail

Caughlin Parkway Trail

Double Diamond Ranch Paths

Golden Eagle Regional Park Path

Huffaker Park Lookout Trail

Mira Loma Park Trail

Rancho San Rafael Park Trail

Spanish Springs Neighborhood Path

Sparks Marina Park Trail

Steamboat Ditch Trail

Teglia's Paradise Park Trail

Truckee River Bike Path

Virginia Lake Park Trail

Vista Boulevard Path


Spanish Springs

South Lake Tahoe, CA

Reno and Sparks are located in western Nevada, 20 miles north of Lake Tahoe and a 2-hour drive northeast of Sacramento, California. These cities are located along the historic Truckee River and are situated on the east side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. This area has several recreational trails for walking, bike riding, enjoying nature or commuting to work or to school.

Truckee River Bike Path

The Truckee River Bike Path is a paved trail that follows the banks of the Truckee River through the heart of Reno and Sparks. The main continuous section of the trail is about 9 miles long and stretches from Ralston Street to a point just south of Interstate 80. The trail connects several local parks and other attractions. The west end of the trail goes through Downtown Reno and the east end of the trail goes by the commercial and industrial areas of Sparks.

The Truckee River Bike Path goes by the following points of interest: Bicentennial Park, Barbara Bennet Park, Reno Aces Stadium, Wingfield Park, City Plaza, Downtown Reno, Brodhead Memorial Park, John Champion Park, Glendale Park, Cottonwood Park and Gateway Park.

There are several other separate trails along the Truckee River in Reno and areas to the west of the city.

Caughlin Parkway Trail

The Caughlin Parkway Trail is a 2-mile long paved pathway that wanders through the residential neighborhoods on the southwest side of Reno. It extends from S. McCarran Boulevard to Turning Leaf Way. Part way along the trail there is an intersection with the unpaved Steamboat Ditch Trail.

Steamboat Ditch Trail

The Steamboat Ditch Trail is a 7-mile long unpaved path that follows the ditch as it meanders through residential neighborhoods on the southwest side of Reno. It intersects with the Caughlin Parkway Trail near Bitterroot Road.

South Meadows Trails

The South Meadow Trails are located in the Double Diamond Ranch and the Damonte Ranch, two large residential neighborhoods on the south side of Reno. There are several paved pathways that wander through the neighborhoods, wrap around Damonte Ranch Park, pass by Double Diamond Elementary School and reach as far as the Damonte Ranch High School.

Golden Eagle Regional Park

Golden Eagle Regional Park is located in the Spanish Springs area off of Vista Avenue on the northeast side of Sparks. The park has several athletic fields and also has numerous walking paths.



Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the communities and trails mentioned in this article.

Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Nevada

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Nevada.