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Adopt-a-Park

Since 1998, Sparks Adopt-A-Park program has allowed organizations, groups, and individuals to participate in the maintenance and enhancement of the 40+ parks in the Sparks area. Duties of volunteers range…

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Park & Community Facility Rentals

The City of Sparks only issues rental permits for the Sparks Marina Park. All other parks may be utilized for picnics, etc. on a first come, first serve basis ….

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Larry D. Johnson Community Center

The Larry D. Johnson Community Center opened its doors to the public in 2007. The center is named after fallen police officer Larry D. Johnson, who lost his life in…

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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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Deer Park & Pool

Deer Park is one of the oldest parks in Sparks and is located at Rock Blvd. and Prater Way. Within this park are numerous cottonwood trees, which by all accounts…

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Alf Sorensen Community Center & Pool

(775) 353-2385 – 1400 Baring Blvd The Alf Sorensen Community Center has served Sparks residents for more than 25 years. Generations of families have used the facility for swimming lessons,…

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Wedekind Regional Park

Wedekind Regional Park is one of the last remaining areas of significant open space in the City of Sparks Given its central location, the park is a key link to…

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Sports Complex at Golden Eagle Regional Park

Since its opening in 2008, the Sports Complex at Golden Eagle Regional Park has become an exciting destination for tourists and locals alike, and has played host to numerous regional…

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Sparks Marina

Download SPARKS MARINA PARK MULTIPLE USE RULES About the Marina With walking paths, trees and sandy beaches surrounding a 77-acre lake, the Sparks Marina Park (download map) located at 300…

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Shadow Mountain Sports Complex

Shadow Mountain Sports Complex was constructed in several phases beginning in 1975 and ending in 1989. It is located directly north of Reed High School on Sparks Boulevard. It is…

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