Little has changed from the time when Reno became the birthplace of Nevada gambling. People remain pressed around the tables in casinos and that sweeping arch still spans the main drag proclaiming Reno "the biggest little city in the world." But there’s more to Reno than gambling and entertainment. History still streaks this town like veins of gold through hard granite. Relive the area’s wild gold-mining days with a trip to old Virginia City.
For the nature lover in your group, there’s plenty of recreation. From hiking in the Sierra Nevadas to skiing at Lake Tahoe. In fact, there’s a little something for everyone in Reno. While nature lovers are out traipsing around in the desert, those who want to stay cool, can do so in the air-conditioned halls of the National Automobile Museum. This unique museum features vintage cars in authentic street settings.
Come discover more of this town’s wild past and claim some memories for your future.
The summer season and weekends fill quickly; please take advantage of the 13 month and 90 day booking windows.
Take to the slopes on skis or snowboard at this world-class downhill ski resort located in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. The village also offers excellent dining, nightlife and gaming. For more information, contact the Incline Village/Crystal Bay Visitors Bureau at (800) 468-2463. Approx. 35 mi.
National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection)
The 105,000-square-foot facility features four exhibit galleries dedicated to the history of the automobile from the turn-of-the-20th-century to the modern era. The museum also has a changing exhibits gallery, which displays a series of automotive-themed exhibits. Open daily except Thanksgiving and Christmas. ½ mi.
The Nevada Historical Society
Founded in 1904, Nevada’s oldest museum is dedicated to collection, preserving and exhibiting Nevada’s history. The museum collections of the Nevada Historical Society include more than 15,000 artifacts and works of art. Open: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 2 mi.
June: Reno Rodeo
August: Hot August Nights, Greek Festival
September: Air Races, Street Vibrations, Balloon Races
October: Italian Festival
Vacation Planning on the Web
Reno-Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority
Chamber of Commerce
Reno Gazette-Journal Visitors Guide
Parking is limited at WorldMark Reno and the resort is not able to accommodate the storage of boats, RVs and trailers. Please contact the Front Desk for options.
Pool & Hot Tub Information
Children in diapers must wear waterproof diapers designed for swimming. Main pool and children's pool are seasonal, closed from November to April. Hot tub is open year-round. There are no lifeguards on duty. Please refer to posted pool signage for more specific information. Pool hours are from 8 a.m. - 10 p.m.
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