Dorostkar Park Nature Trail is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Reno, Nevada that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and fishing and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.5 miElevation gain39 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyFishingHikingNature tripsWalkingPartially pavedRiverViewsWildflowersBugs
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Aria Overli
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Scotty Poehland
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Tim Hurley
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mia carter
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Kaitlin Marrin
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Hiking

It is beautiful here. They have a number of different trails including a paved trail and the houses along the river are so cute. I will be back again!

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Michaela Smalley
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Hiking

Very nice, easy

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Tommy Owens
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Hiking

most off trails were overgrown and complicated to traverse, however there were some pretty spots throughout

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Georgette Lewis
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Hiking

Got a little turned around but all in all was as described.

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Dawn Dale
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Hiking

Flat trail for when that’s what U r looking for.

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Tim Hurley
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Vee Davis
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Hiking

easy trail that more or less follows the south bank of the Truckee River. parts are rocky and overgrown - not technical but definitely not accessible, either. the spur off the northeast part of the route is a paved bike path that ends at a picnic table in the middle of nothing special.

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Lisa Martin-Duncan
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Great short hike for family and younger children.

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Jamie Z
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Quick and easy trail by the river. Wide paved path and mostly flat. bridge is nice. Lots of traffic by late morning when I visited.

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Elizabeth F.
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Hiking

Some shade, mostly none. We took the paved path in the middle instead of the actual trail. It’s not very long but still bring some water when it’s hot outside. The bridge and the view is beautiful.

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Wesley Ott
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HikingNo shade

Nice short trail by the river. Would be more fun to bike than walk

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Jessie Hymes
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Beautiful walk that was an easy way to spend some time outside, not strenuous

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Josefa Torres
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Hiking

It was a good trail with nice views. I liked the bride’s views. Especially the mini trail at the beginning. But the main trail was a little bit smaller than I expected.

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Van Crosby
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Hiking

I took this trail and the Tom Cook trail to the top of the southern most mountain on other side of river also, total 4 miles.

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Amy Grund
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Very well maintained trails, both pavement and dirt. Only wish there wasn’t so many people, it was relatively crowded.

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Sandy Lopez
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Hiking

This is more of a walk for someone with pets. It is nice that it is close to town and easy to access.

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Lisa Martin-Duncan
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Hiking

Great trail for the beginner or young children. I took my 4 yr old granddaughter on the nature trail, her first “hike”, and she loved it.

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mugre pinzon
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Firstly, the main trail that runs through Dorostkar Park is not a 1.5 mile loop trail, nor is it a 1.3 mile loop trail as the county describes it. It is a portion of the Tahoe-Pyramid Bikeway. The trail is paved with asphalt and is approximately 10 feet wide. If you start running from the Dorostkar Park parking lot, and go to the right, you will soon come to a fork. If you take the left fork you'll cross the bridge shown in some images and eventually reach a turn-around with a picnic table in the middle of it. If you take the right fork you'll head back up towards Mayberry Road and out of the park. If you head left from the Dorostkar parking lot you'll soon end up out of the park and if you keep following the natural direction of the path you'll end up in a residential area. Keep going through that and you'll end up on trail again and will go through Mayberry Park. The trail is fairly flat and almost entirely paved. It makes for a good jog if you don't mind running on asphalt. I plan to explore the area a little more. I've been back a couple of times now and have found a dirt path that is probably the loop trail. It is poorly maintained at the moment, is broken up by the paved trail, and would take 2 or 3 tries to run the 1.3 mile length of it because there are small offshoots to the trail that ultimately lead one on a shorter loop. The dirt loop trail is unmarked at the head and if you're facing the river the trail head is off to the right of the parking lot and fairly close to the road behind. This dirt trail is narrow in places and is blocked in one place that could be easily cleared.

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Brenda Simic
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Hiking

most of the flowers were done for the season. hot walk. dusty path. not my favorite, but the loop is nice.

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Amy Hogan
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Marco Ortega
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Hiking

Fun little trail to kill some time with bored kids!!.. Seems like a good spot to start rafting down the Truckee River..

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Van Crosby
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Hiking

A very easy walk that is mostly paved. The smell and sights along the way were special, many butterflies and wildflowers to see. It smelled so good and watching the people floating down the river was great too

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Shanel Brown
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WalkingMuddy

Parts of the trail are narrow when walking with dogs, but it was a very pretty area with nice views of the Truckee River. Muddy in parts, but it is most likely due to the wet winter we have had.

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Hernan David Melendez
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