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Reno Travel Guide

Reno is a city in Nevada that’s located close to the stunning Sierra Nevadas and Lake Tahoe. The city is best known as a recreational destination and it’s filled with casinos and travelers passing through on their way to nearby ski resorts.

Things to Do in Reno

Top things to do include visiting the National Automobile Museum, which showcases vintage cars, the Animal Ark is a sanctuary, which is home to rescued bears, cheetahs and more, and visiting the Circus Circus Reno, which is a circus-themed hotel.

Best Time to Visit Reno

The best time to visit Reno is in the months of March and April, when the weather is much more comfortable than it is in the scorching summer months

A Local's Guide to Reno Vacation Rentals

Reno is generally undiscovered, but that is changing as Reno Nevada is quickly becoming a tourist hotspot thanks to its range of attractions and diverse surrounding landscape. Many people tend to just pass through Reno on their way to Lake Tahoe but the town offers so much more than just a pit stop, and it is well worth staying a few days to truly see the city.

A Reno vacation rental is ideal for exploring the great outdoors. The city is located only 40 miles from the world-renowned beauty of Lake Tahoe, which boasts he highest number of ski resorts in the country and is one of the largest alpine lakes in the world. However, you won't have to travel far to enjoy the great outdoors from Reno. The town's most local mountain is Mt Rose, which offers both summer and winter pursuits. In winter, the Mt Rose ski season is in full swing, whereas in summer the slopes are covered in both hikers and mountain bikers. There are also numerous golf courses to play on, such as Lakeridge which is open all year round.

If you prefer to stay in the city, there is still plenty to keep you entertained. One of the biggest draws to the town is the casino scene, with on-site gaming available in many of the hotels. If you are looking for a taster of Nevada nightlife, then Reno is a good place to start. Head up the world's tallest outdoor climbing wall, which towers above the famed Reno Arch at a height of 167 feet. The Ranco San Rafael Park is one of Northern Nevada's most diverse and largest parks, and is just a few short blocks from downtown. There is plenty to do in the park to spend the whole afternoon here, with fields, wetlands, a museum, playgrounds, gardens, trails and much more.

Those who enjoy the arts will appreciate a trip to the Nevada Museum of Art, the 7,000 square foot space houses a huge variety of collections, many of which are based around history and the Western landscape. The museum is also home town to the world's largest collection of Burning Man art. As well as in the museum, you will find much of this artwork in town, which is hardly surprising seeing as the town is the main gateway to the Black Rock Desert, where the festival is held. You will also be able to see some at the Bicentennial Sculpture Park, as well as other exhibits, where you can admire the pieces while wandering alongside the Truckee River.

Midtown and Downtown Reno are great places to look for some vacation rentals, as here is within walking distance to the city's restaurants, bars, galleries and shops. If you are looking for the perfect vacation souvenir, pop into some of the unique boutique stores where you are likely to find a hidden treasure.

The town has lodging options that range from some huge casinos to smaller Reno vacation rentals. Apartments in town or condos in the surrounding countryside are sure to make the ideal home away from home. Whether you are looking for a romantic trip away as a couple or as a larger family or group of friends, there are rentals in Reno that offer all the comforts of home and more. The town can easily be reach by the Reno Tahoe International Airport, making for a stress-free vacation destination.

Price and Availability in Reno

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The most expensive month to stay in a vacation rental in Reno is in June, while the cheapest month is in November. The most popular time to book a vacation rental in Reno is in the high season in July. Reno has its low season in November, when less people are visiting and the vacation home occupancy rate drops.
The cheapest day to stay at a vacation rental in Reno tends to be Tuesday, while the most expensive day tends to be Saturday. Vacation homes in Reno tend to be busiest on Saturdays, while it tends to be much quieter on Tuesdays.

The Weather in Reno

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This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Reno. The hottest month in Reno is June, when temperatures peak at 102 ˚F. The coolest month is February, when temperatures drop to 9 ˚F. The wettest month in Reno is March with 2.67 inches of rain, while the driest month is October with 0.13 inches of rain.

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Vacation Rentals in Reno

At AllTheRooms.com we have rentals from all of the best providers - Airbnb, Priceline, Agoda and many more. Reno has 657 hotels, vacation rentals and other special places to stay, with prices to suit budget travelers, extravagant travelers and everything in between. If you are trying to save money, the cheapest place to stay in Reno is just $16 a night. An average vacation rental in Reno costs on average $114 per night.

Those looking to get some work finished during their trip to Reno can pick from 203 places to stay that provide WiFi. We have 36 accommodations that include a breakfast included. Fitness addicts can get a workout in during their stay by choosing from 54 accommodations that have gym facilities. If you're planning on getting to Reno by car, be sure to choose from 203 accommodations that provide parking. 57 vacation rentals come with a pool or jacuzzi

AllTheRooms has 56 pet-friendly places to stay in Reno, so if you're traveling with your cat or dog you won't have any problems.

We combine a wide variety of Reno accommodations including vacation rentals, home stays, hostels and other unique places to stay into one easy search. We show results from more than 4 providers, including 173 places to stay from Airbnb, 19 accommodations from Priceline and 7 places to stay from Agoda.

388 accommodations in Reno have been reviewed; 70% are rated excellent or good. 85 places to stay in are instantly bookable.