Located just north of the adjoining cities of Reno and Sparks, Sub Valley offers apartment renters a variety of activities to do with whatever free time they may have.
Sun Valley features a number of parks and other recreational opportunities for those in the town's various apartments for rent to take part in. The town features four different parks, the most popular of which might be Highland Ranch Park. Highland Ranch has a number of different hiking trails which give apartment renters stunning views of the Sierra Nevada mountains. The park also includes a children's playground, horsehoe pits, volleyball courts, basketball courts and a number of covered picnic areas to take a relaxing lunch outdoors.
Apartment renters with young boys will also likely become very familiar with Gepford Park, which is home to three Little League fields in addition to a number of picnic areas and another playground area. And because the Reno area is also blessed with warm weather for much of the year, the town swimming pool is open six days per week starting in June, and also offers swimming lessons.
Sun Valley apartment renters may also want to consider joining the town's Landowners/Residents Association, whcih is open to everyone who lives in the town, and says it is always open to new members. The group holds a variety of events throughout the year, including bake sales, a craft fair and bingo twice each month, in addition to the largest community garage sale in town every year.
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