264-acre natural area along the Carson River. This passive recreation area offers dirt paths and access to the Carson River. With a large cottonwood gallery, it makes a nice area for solitude – whether hiking, fishing, or bird watching.
A passive recreation area with gravel parking area, non-motorized single-track dirt trails, and access to the Carson River.
1750 North Deer Run Road, approximately 1.5 miles south of U.S. Highway 50.
|Ø||Baseball/Softball Fields||Ø||Playground Equipment|
|Ø||Basketball Courts||Ø||Reservable Facility|
||Restrooms (Sani Huts - Seasonally)|
|Ø||Equestrian||Ø||Roller Hockey Rink|
|Δ||Equestrian Trails||Ø||Sand Volleyball Courts|
|Δ||Fishing Access||Ø||Skateboard Park|
|Ø||Football/Soccer Fields||Ø||Tennis Courts|
|Ø||Horseshoe Courts||Ø||Trails (Paved)|
|Ø||Open Grass Area||Ø
|Ø||Picnic Pavilion||Ø||WildLife Sanctuaries|
Due to its location in the Carson River Mercury Superfund Site, it is highly recommended that fishing activities are limited to catch-and-release only.