Activities and Adventures for All

Set below 10,000-foot peaks and a short drive to Lake Tahoe, ArrowCreek is a prime location for outdoor fun. World-class skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing in the winter and hiking, biking, running and boating in the summer are easily accessible. Minutes to downtown Reno, residents still have access to fine dining, art, music, theater and more. A summer evening at the Ace’s Ballpark, a walk along the Truckee River or a beer tasting at one of the local breweries is easily accessible.

ArrowCreek offers plenty of fun close to home as well. The Club at ArrowCreek features two 18-hole golf courses that meander through our neighborhoods, featuring stunning views that will make players linger a little longer at each hole. The Club at ArrowCreek is independently owned, and not part of the ArrowCreek Homeowners Association.


Sports Courts

ArrowCreek has three pools - a kid pool, lap pool and play pool - and a spa available to residents to cool off on a warm summer afternoon, or to relax in on a cool, crisp evening. ArrowCreek also features sports courts including basketball, tennis and pickleball  perfect for a pickup game with the neighbor or the gathering place for a club.

Residents’ Club

Our Residents’ Club is a great place to gather, and the gym offers a wide range of exercise equipment. The hub of our pools and sports courts, The Residents’ Club effectively brings people together to fully enjoy their community. Private party reservations are available. For complete information on the Residents’ Club hours of operation, rules and regulation, click here.

Trails, Parks & Open Space

Parks, fields, paths and open space permeate ArrowCreek, making great places to play with the kids, take the dogs for a walk, or just to relax and enjoy our wonderful atmosphere. ArrowCreek has two parks: the multi-use park below the Residents’ Club - a large field great for sports and other events, and Harbottle Park - a beautiful space with a playground, great views to the mountains above and valley below, and a perfect spot for a picnic with neighbors and friends. A number of walking trails meander through our community, great for walking the dog or getting some exercise and fresh air. Or for bigger adventures - dirt trails leading into the mountains above ArrowCreek beg for more exploration.

Club at ArrowCreek

The Club at ArrowCreek is a two-course private country club featuring the Legend Course, designed by Arnold Palmer, and The Challenge Course, designed in-part by Fuzzy Zoeller. It also features a full-service clubhouse with the Redfields Bar & Grille and the Terrace Room for dining.

Arts & Activities

ArrowCreek reflects the vibrant, artistic culture of Reno - with sculptures in our public parks, landscaping that beautifies the entire community and architecture that complements its surroundings. Social events and the Arts Guild give our residents opportunity to participate in the arts and culture of ArrowCreek.



Recently voted one of the “25 Best Towns” by Outside Magazine, Reno has changed. ArrowCreek is minutes from the vibrant lights of downtown Reno, the up-and-coming dining and cultural experiences of midtown, a Triple-A ballpark, the University of Nevada, Reno and so much more. The “Biggest Little City” is undergoing a renaissance of fine dining, art and culture that rivals other cities across the country. The glittering lights of downtown blends old-school Reno and new, with shows, restaurants, casinos and clubs. Revitalized Midtown is quickly becoming a cultural hub with fun and unique fine dining experiences, cool new shops, breweries and cocktail bars. Watching a game at the Ace’s Ballpark on a warm summer evening is an experience that can’t be beat. And University of Nevada, Reno not only offers up great college football with the Wolfpack, but guest lectures and other events for those with a more scholarly bent. Reno attracts a range of fun events all year long, from holiday pub crawls to Hot August Nights, Reno Balloon Races and more. And with new routes added regularly, Reno Tahoe International Airport is a convenient hub for travelers. To find out more about what’s going on in Reno, go to

Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe’s blue waters, pristine beaches and vast recreational opportunities are only a half an hour away from ArrowCreek. Lake Tahoe offers an incredible playground to explore only a short drive from ArrowCreek. It’s world-famous clear-blue waters invite swimming, boating, stand up paddleboarding and beach-going fun in the warm summer months. The surrounding peaks, meadows and valleys beckon with trails perfect for hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians out for either an easy ramble or a serious adventure. Lakeside communities like Incline Village, Kings Beach, Tahoe City and South Lake Tahoe welcome visitors with unique dining, fun experiences and shopping. To find out more about activities, events, dining and recreation in Lake Tahoe, go to