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This park hosts parking, picnicking and provides access to the bike trail system and to the Truckee River itself through a rafting ramp.
Interested in going on a bike ride? How about a picnic? Come to 64-Acres Park – a U.S. Forest Service land that is developed, operated and maintained by the TCPUD. This park hosts parking, picnicking and provides access to the bike trail system and to the Truckee River itself through a rafting ramp.
Located on the east side of the Truckee River.
Invite your friends! California’s varied array of rivers ensures that any individual or group can find a trip that’s perfect for them
Extensive network of trails through oak/pine/manzanita forested areas with seasonal and year-round creeks and some natural meadows. Some trails have “tunnels” through old manzanita groves.
Skiers, riders, and sightseers alike will love the panoramic 10 minute ride that climbs 2,000 vertical feet and soars above a snowy mountainscape of granite rock and the iconic Tram Face.