Trails & Parks

Nevada parks and trails make amazing places accessible to all of us.

Trails and parks are some of the most visible access points we have to our wild, natural spaces. They connect us with wilderness, wildlife and recreation, and make our communities more desirable and livable. Whether you seek a scenic path for wandering, single-track for mountain biking or a grassy spot to enjoy a picnic, in many cases, Nevada Land Trust (NLT) played a role in ensuring your access.

Collaborating with landowners, non-profits, government agencies, advocacy groups, and passionate individuals like you, NLT has been working to create and protect trails and parks since 1998.



Bartley - Anderson Regional Park Expansion
Bull Wheel/Incline Flume Trail
Carson River Canyon
Eagle View
Galena Creek Regional Park Expansion
Galena Creek Trailhead
Hunter Creek Trailhead
Hwy 50 Trail Connector (Fagen)
Jacks Valley Ranch
Jobs Peak
McEwen Creek/McCleary Ranch
Old Winters Ranch
Rancho San Rafael Regional Park Expansion/Thornton
Rosewood Canyon West
Silver Lake - Coon
Silver Lake - Lear
Toll Road Canyon
Truckee River Flood Project/Greenbelt - 11 Acquisitions
Upper Ash Canyon
Upper Clear Creek


Bull Wheel incline Flume