Lazy 5 Regional Park

Located in the Spanish Springs Valley, Lazy 5 Regional Park provides a playground for all ages. The name Lazy 5 is derived from a ranch of the same name that previously operated on the site. At another point, Harold’s Gun Club used the site as a shooting area and hosted skeet tournaments that would bring nationally ranked shooters to the Reno/Sparks area, as well as a few celebrities.

In regard to modern attractions, Lazy 5 has many sports fields, a playground, and the seasonal Melio Gaspari Water Play Park for children to play in during the hot summer months. It is also the site of Washoe County’s The Sound of Summer: Music Series. This free event offers live music by a wide variety of local artists in the park each week in the summer.


The Washoe County Spanish Springs Library is also located at Lazy 5 Regional Park. The building is based on a Native American hogan dwelling and is octagonal in shape with open spaces set off by a 64-foot ceiling over the atrium. The library features comfortable seating, over 40 public access/internet computers, a tech bar, and children’s STEAM toys and computers. It is truly a destination for the entire family. Features include meeting rooms that can be reserved online, a drive-through service point to pick up and drop off materials, a self-service coffee bar, and a 24-hour book return.



7100 Pyramid Way, Sparks, NV 89436


8 AM - 7 PM


Car, ADA


Paved parking lot


BBQ/Picnicking,  Horseshoes, Children's Playgrounds,  Interpretive Programs,  Skateboarding,  Soccer,  Volleyball,  Waterplay Park,  Junior Ranger Program,  Photography
Restrooms, picnic tables, benches
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