Reno Apartments for Rent
The Tufa rock formation Stone Mother and Basket, located along Pyramid Lake.
The Great Reno Balloon Race is held annually in September.
Lake Tahoe, a large alpine lake, is the second-largest lake in North America.
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The Reno, Nevada Skyline
Reno lights up the evening sky.
Fly fishing in the Truckee River
Enter the renowned city of Reno and you’ll be greeted by the red, yellow, and white lights of the Reno Arch, which features the city’s slogan: “The Biggest Little City In The World.” Known world-wide of its nightlife and casinos, the city has so much more to offer as far as recreation, attractions, and entertainment. For family-friendly fun, you can visit both Wild Island Adventure Park and Ultimate Rush Park for miniature golf and go-karts. Sierra Safari Zoo is the largest zoo in the state, and the Wilbur D. May Center features hands-on exhibits for kids. When adults want to get a taste of the nightlife for which Reno is known, there are numerous casinos throughout the city, including the Atlantis, the Peppermill, and the Grand Sierra Resort.
With 18 ski resorts in the area, it’s not hard to see why the city of Reno is a popular place for winter sports. More opportunities for recreation can be found at Lake Tahoe, Truckee River, and Pyramid Lake, with Lake Tahoe being a major tourist attraction. When you’re not hitting the slopes, check out one of Reno’s numerous shopping centers, which include Franktown Centers, Mayberry Landing, Meadowood Mall, Shoppers Square, and The Summit. Reno is also home to the National Championship Air Race, which is the world’s longest running air race. Rent an apartment in Reno, and you’ll see that there’s more to this little city than bright lights and casino play.