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Truckee River Walk, Reno

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
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3.8/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
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. Put Truckee River Walk into our Reno family vacation planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • My wife and I along with another couple from California dan and chris spent the day in truckee visiting the many shops and restaurents that have been mentioned on diners drive ins and dives.we also vi...  read more »
  • started from the car muse. and ended maybe less than a mile from start to ending. some places are not too much to look, but it goes through a park. a lot of flowers, ducks swimming, and believe it peo...  read more »
  • I'd been to Reno years ago and the downtown area was just okay. On this past trip, I was amazed at the beautiful River Walk that winds for miles through the downtown/central area. Scenic parks, places...  read more »
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