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Description: In Reno Tahoe, adventure seekers can satiate their need for adrenaline downtown, in the desert or downslope. The region features extreme variations in topography, climate, and landscape – from alpine mountains and rolling meadows to dry, flat desert and urban oasis, making Reno Tahoe the ultimate destination for outdoor adventure.
Beginning with downtown’s Riverwalk District, where the Truckee River winds its way from Lake Tahoe, there is a waterway for every water activity in Reno Tahoe; including fishing, boating, stand-up paddleboarding, and jet skiing. Just 30 minutes southwest lies North Lake Tahoe – the largest alpine lake in the U.S., where summer and winter collide. Surrounded by majestic mountains and acres of breathtaking Sierra Nevada wilderness, North Lake Tahoe is a spectacular outdoor destination suited for visitors of all ages.
An ethereal desert landscape collides with the Sierra Nevada Mountain range, where skateboarders, rock wall climbers and kayakers make downtown come alive, and where urbanites escape the city for the largest concentration of ski resorts in North America. Whether your action is biking, hiking, camping or climbing, Reno Tahoe makes it easy to get out there.
Just 40 minutes from downtown Reno, Virginia City is complete with Old West saloons and wooden sidewalks, offering group tours of abandoned mines, haunted cemeteries, and centuries-old steam trains. Wild horses still roam nearby, and guests may enjoy them on fully guided tours.
The Reno Tahoe region has more than 15,500 high-quality hotel rooms in settings and styles that are as unique and varied as the visitors who stay here. Major resort casino hotels feature multiple restaurants, entertainment, and spas, while other downtown hotels have a decidedly indie vibe. Investment of more than $1 billion over the last 10 years has kept lodging inventory in Reno Tahoe vibrant and affordable. Recent additions include a new Courtyard by Marriott nearby Greater Nevada Field and the Marriott Renaissance Reno, where visitors can immerse themselves in the destination while enjoying a chic setting.
Art and culture in Reno Tahoe is a collision of nationally recognized institutions such as The Nevada Museum of Art – the only accredited art museum in the state of Nevada – featuring modern and contemporary works by artists, including Roy Lichtenstein, Georgia O'Keeffe, and William Wegman, and vibrant street art by muralists such as Joe C. Rock, whose celebrated work is featured in Reno Tahoe’s marketing materials. Guided art tours, some incorporating former playa installations from the famed desert festival known as Burning Man, are offered year-round.
Special events season in Reno Tahoe spans from Spring to Fall, with one-of-a-kind events like the 100-year-old Reno Rodeo, known as the “Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West.” And a growing brewpub, distillery, and live music district, Midtown promises the finest local food, beer, liquor and entertainment throughout all four seasons in Reno Tahoe.
For more information, go to VisitRenoTahoe.com.
Features: Audio Visual Services, Auditorium-Permanent, Bus Loading/Unloading, Bus Parking, Catering, Computer Rental, Decorating Services, IT Lines, Pre-Function Space, Security, Speaker Ready Room, Sports Arena, Storage Facilities
Chateau at Incline Village
Greater Nevada Field/Freight House District
Lake Tahoe Cruises | Zephyr Cove
National Automobile Museum
Nevada Discovery Museum
Nevada Museum of Art
Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts
Sand Harbor State Park
Tannenbaum Events Center
The Grove at SouthCreek
Thunderbird Lake Tahoe
Wilbur D. May Museum & Arboretum