Washoe County Regional Parks and Open Space is seeking public input to update the Master Plan for Hidden Valley Regional Park.  

Working with consultants at Stantec Inc., Washoe County Regional Parks and Open Space is soliciting public input for two surveys: A general overview and one specific to trails. The general survey is an attempt to gather information from the public about the past use of the park, current community-wide recreational needs, and desired amenities to improve future use of Hidden Valley Regional Park. The trails survey aims to get information from trail users and find out what aspects of the trails are essential to the public. The goal of these surveys is to get a better understanding of needs and values, and to anticipate future demands for the site. 

The two surveys will be open to the public for approximately two weeks depending on participation.  

Hidden Valley Regional Park is a 480-acre park east of Veterans Parkway and offers scenic views and amenities for the general public to enjoy. The amenities include a dog park, two picnic areas, a horse arena, and a pickle ball court. The park also has an extensive trail system that can be utilized by hikers, bikers, and equestrians. To learn more about Hidden Valley Park and the surveys visit the Washoe County website.