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Les Hicks Jr. Park

Les Hicks Jr. Park was built in 1994 and is located along Sparks Blvd., just north of Shadow Mountain Park. Its use is primarily for neighborhood recreation.

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Kestrel Park

Kestrel Park is a large neighborhood park with basketball court, large grass areas and play equipment. A regional trail connection travels through the park.

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Jacinto Park

Jacinto Park was built in 2001 and is located on the northeastern edge of Sparks. It serves as a playground for nearby elementary school students and a neighborhood recreation area.

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Glendale Park

Glendale Park was constructed in 1978 and is located along the Truckee River bike path. The name originates from the first school house in Sparks.

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Gateway Park

Gateway Park was built in 1998 and is located along the Truckee River bike path at Greg Street. It is used primarily for jogging and bike riding.

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Gandolfo Rodeo Arena

Gandolfo Rodeo Arena was constructed in 1980 and is located on the east side of Sparks directly under the “S”. It serves as the home for youth rodeo in the…

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Fisherman’s Park

Fisherman’s Park was constructed in the early 70’s and is located along the Truckee River bike path. Its uses include picnics, jogging and bike riding.

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City Recreation Center

The City Recreation Center was built in the early 70’s and houses the main Recreation Office. The gym, located on site serves as a banquet room and a Youth Watch…

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Canyon Hills Park

Canyon Hills Park opened in 2002 and is nestled within the Pah Rah Range in northeast Sparks.

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Church Park

Church Park was built in the late 1970’s and is located behind Sparks Senior Center. It is primarily used for neighborhood recreation and youth sports programs.

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