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Truckee River Walk, Reno

#3 of 44 in Historic Sites in Nevada
Historic Walking Area · Tourist Spot
Enjoy views of the rushing water and downtown Reno as you stroll or bike the paved Truckee River Walk. Built in the 19th century to connect the California Trail and Virginia City (the early Reno), the historical pathway runs through the city and is lined with shaded pavilions and public art. You'll cross two bridges along the way. An island in Truckee River is home to Wingfield Park, a popular hangout spot for locals. Use the riverwalk to reach the park and access downtown sites without the hassle of traffic. Using our international travel planner, Reno attractions like Truckee River Walk can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • Mid-day, mid-week walk was peaceful. The weather cooperated and it was a mild day. The river is low and the flow is slow. There are parts you could walk across. We strolled from Wingfield Park to....  more »
  • Great walk along the Truckee River. An opportunity to sea fine restaurants and artist studios. There are opportunities to swim in the river and to rent tubes for tubing down the river. It is...  more »

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