Reno Nevada Tourism At a Glance
Best Time to Visit Reno Nevada
Reno is a year-round entertainment and gambling resort that advertises itself as "the biggest little town on earth." Nearly every month brings a special event or festival. Reno is also popular with people getting married, and a well-known residence for folks seeking rapid divorces. However, if you are ski slope bound, plan your trip from late November through March. Click Here to find hotels in Reno. If you need additional visitor information for Reno, Click Here.
Average Reno Weather
December and January are the coldest months with average lows in the high teens or low 20s. July is usually the hottest month with average highs hitting the 90s. Reno is blessed with low humidity, while temperature can vary greatly throughout the course of the day, the low humidity assures comfortable conditions for most folks.
Over 10 major airlines serve the Reno/Tahoe International Airport. Numerous car rental companies are located at the airport as well as off site. For public bus information, call Citifare/Citilift at (775) 348-7433. Reno Sparks Cab Company can be reached at (775) 333-3333; Whittlesea Checker taxi is at (775) 322-2222 and Yellow Cab answers (775) 355- 5555.
Reno is a place where you can spend as much or as little as you like. With a year-round tourist trade and multiple events scheduled, it's best to book in advance. With a careful search on Lodging.com, you'll find in-season rates under $100 occasionally. The range of area restaurants can accommodate any budget. If you're there to gamble, you can cut meal costs by choosing informal eateries.
Nevada Tourism - Reno Attractions, Activities and Day Trips
Reno is well-sited for excitement and for getting away from it all. Tahoe and ski slopes are next-door neighbors to Reno. During the warmer weather, over 30 great golf courses are within a 90-minute drive of Reno. Squaw Valley is less than an hour drive time from Reno. River rafters are an hour from the white water thrills of rafting the Truckee River; among the outdoor outfitters that rent equipment you'll reach Truckee River Raft Rentals at (530) 581-0123. If time travel is more your speed, visit nearby Virginia City and check out the Wild West.
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