From the arts and cultural splendor, to gaming and fine dining, Reno and Sparks are rich in tradition, fresh entertainment, and outstanding quality of life.
What to Do
Reno-Sparks offers a wide variety of recreation and entertainment options:
- 18 world-class ski resorts
- 50-plus golf courses
- Gaming at more than 60 locations, including some of the top casinos in North America
- River walks, fishing, hiking, biking, canoeing
- New Reno Aces Baseball Stadium - a Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks
- The National Bowling Stadium
- The National Automobile Museum
- Rancho San Rafael Park's Arboretum
- Wilbur D. May Great Basin Adventure
- The historic boomtown of Virginia City
- Hot August Nights, one of the world's largest antique auto events
- The Reno Art Museum and Reno Philharmonic Orchestra
- Broadway Comes to Reno at the Pioneer Center
- The annual National Championship Air Races
- The Chinese Workers Museum and the Nevada State Museum in Carson City
- Entertainment from Aerosmith, Al Pacino, Lyle Lovett, Brad Paisley, Diana Ross, Hall & Oates, Jewel, Kenny Loggins, George Lopez, Huey Lewis & the News, Chris Isaak, Black Crowes, James Taylor and other stars
- And so much more!
Where to Stay
From four star resort casinos, to AAA rated lodging, there are numerous hotel and motel properties to choose from. Reno-Sparks is also home to many Bed & Breakfasts, vacation rentals, time shares and RV parks. For more information go to VisitRenoTahoe.com.
Where to Eat
The Reno-Tahoe region is home to an amazing array of award-winning fine, casual and leisure dining options. Whether it be a family-friendly eatery, a formal dining room at a resort, or drinks and appetizers by the lake, there’s definitely a choice for any visitor and any occasion.
For more information, see the Reno Tahoe Restaurants and Dining Guide.