Reno, Nevada. March 9, 2016. Rancho San Rafael Regional Park presents its newest exhibit: Wild Blossoms: Springtime Wildflowers and Blossoms from the Sierra Nevada and the Mojave Desert. This photographic spectacle of delicate yet enduring beauties will be on display at the Rancho San Rafael Regional Park Visitor Center March 13, 2016, through May 15, 2016, daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This exhibit is curated by local photographer, Kevin G Eccles, who has lived in northern Nevada since 1985 and has spent those years touring western states seeking out fleeting scenes such as these.
For more details about the pieces, please contact Kevin with questions or comments at For more details about the Rancho San Rafael Regional Park, please contact Park Ranger Marie D Fong at 775.785.4512 or
Regional Parks and Open Space is part of Washoe County’s Community Services Department. Their mission is to provide exceptional parks, open space and recreational opportunities while preserving our natural, historical and cultural resources. Washoe County manages more than 12,000 acres including more than 10,000 acres of open space, 49 parks, an Arboretum, developed trails, trailheads, athletic fields, golf courses, a campground, a shooting facility, an archery facility, a museum, and so much more! If you have a favorite outdoor activity, chances are it can be done in a Washoe County park!