Reno, Nevada, is often referred to as The Biggest Little City in the World. It is a tourist destination for people from all over the globe. Reno lies 4,400 feet above sea level and the sun shines on the city 300 days a year. Rainfall averages 12 inches per year, however snowfall in the ski resorts is plentiful. Reno offers something for everyone.
Places to Go
Places of interest in Reno include: the West Street Market, the National Automobile Museum, Nevada Automobile Museum, Nevada Museum of Art, the Nevada Opera, the Pioneer Center of the Performing Arts, Reno Philharmonic, Reno Theater Coalition and the Sierra Arts.
The abundant sunshine and nominal rainfall provide an excellent environment for outdoor activities. These include golfing, skiing, snowboarding, kayaking, rafting and ice skating.
Parks and Centers
Take in a baseball game at the Reno Baseball Stadium. Visit the Whitewater Park. Check out the Reno Skyline, take a spin at the National Bowling Stadium, see the Reno-Sparks Livestock Center, and explore the Reno Events Center.
West Street Market
Reno's West Street market offers shopping, dining and special events. Workshops, poetry readings, a Sunday's farmers market, dance classes and an open mic are just some of the events available.
Reno offer some great gaming options at its many casinos. Whether you like blackjack, penny slots, roulette or poker, you will find what you are looking for.
Dining, Nightlife and More
Reno has excellent dining spots, nightlife, and air, land, water and snow adventures. Relax afterward at one of the many spas or take in some culture at the many galleries, museums, or on an art tour.