Established in 1971, the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony Recreation Program is to improve the health and well-being of its members and families through new and established recreation activities, sports and community events and ensuring participants a safe and secure facility with a knowledgeable staff.

In 2002, the Recreation Department expanded its facilities through the addition of the Hungry Valley Recreations Center. Tribal members, residents and authorized guests can enjoy the television room, the lounge, a game room, the gymnasium, a mirrored exercise room and a weight room with treadmills and elliptical machines, plus there are three rooms available for public use, i.e., meetings, birthday parties, receptions, etc.

At 34 Reservation Road, the facility underwent major renovations to expand the space to include a designated game room, television room, lobby, a small kitchen and new basketball goals for the gymnasium.

  • Vic Sam, Reno Recreation Supervisor
  • Little Buck Harjo, Reno Recreation Assistant
  • Randy Melendez, Reno Recreation Assistant
  • Daisy Nuanes, Reno Recreation Assistant
  • Shane Sanchez, Reno Recreation Assistant
  • Spencer Wasson, Reno Recreation Assistant
  • Joanna Hicks, Hungry Valley Recreation Supervisor
  • Shane Bill, Hungry Valley Gym Supervisor
  • Jacob Bill, Hungry Valley Recreation Assistant
  • Terry Keo, Hungry Valley Recreation Assistance
  • Harlan Malone, Hungry Valley Recreation Assistant
  • Arthur Wasson, Hungry Valley Recreation Assistant