Try your luck and enjoy yourself at Circus Circus Hotel Casino, on North Sierra Street, featuring more then 80 table games, as well as 1600 state-of-the-art slot machines.
Spend a beautiful afternoon by walking the Truckee River Walk, on Arlington Avenue at island Avenue, where you can walk for miles in any direction.
If you go east of downtown Reno, you can see Canadian geese, hawks and kingfishers, as well as hundreds of wedding rings thrown away by divorcees in the flowing waters.
Spend a recreational day out with the family at Rancho San Rafael Park, on N. Sierra Street, where the little ones can enjoy themselves by playing at the large playground arranged just for them.
This premier, beautiful park in Reno also offers outdoor enthusiasts plenty of jogging trails, picnic areas and barbecue facilities, as well as acres of amazing, green surroundings.
Visit the National Automobile Museum, situated on South Lake Street, which houses one of the largest collections of antique cars in the country, including Elvis Presley's beautiful Cadillac.
The Annual Reno-Tahoe Odyssey kept in June, is considered to be among the most popular annual sporting events in Reno.
The event will be held on June 4-5, in 2010, starting in downtown Reno, along the Truckee River, continuing through the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and then along the shores of Lake Tahoe, taking runners through the most beautiful areas in Reno.
The event is growing in both size and popularity, each year, attracting a much larger number of people, every time it takes place.
Perhaps the most popular annual celebration in Rio, besides the many other fun festivals and fairs which happens in the city throughout the year, such as the Reno Jazz Festival, scheduled in April, the Reno River Festival, kept in May, and the Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival, which happens in July, is the Hot August Nights, happening in August, as the name of the event suggest, considered to be THE annual event in Reno, offering visitors a hot summer, fun-filled week, with lots of music beats and tons of fun, entertaining activities. If you plan to visit Reno, be sure to do it in August - you don't want to miss this event!
Here, in `The Biggest Little City in the World`, you will find all the nocturnal excitement you can imagine, in order to put together a fun night out, which you and you're friends will remember long after your vacation in Reno ends.
For a quick bite to eat, before starting the night out in Reno, you should consider trying the Pub N' Sub, on Ralston Street, in the downtown area, offering a delicious range of sub-sandwiches and pizzas, as well as lots of beer choices.
For a long interesting conversation, great drinks and good music head to Roxy's Lounge, located on the 2nd floor of Eldorado Casino, near the bridge that crosses over the Silver Legacy Casino. Live performances can be usually seen, in the evenings, providing a pleasant atmosphere for customers.
If you plan to dance the night away, then The Green Room is the place for you to be in, after the night sets in Reno. This great club that can be found on West Street, has been voted the best nightclub in Reno in 2005, described by previous party-loving visitors as `a great place to dance the night away in without worry`.