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DOG-FRIENDLY RENO

The Truckee Riverwalk is just a few blocks from the downtown hotels and a wonderful place to spend the afternoon. All the trails and parks are pet-friendly and along the way, you are welcome to stop at many of the local businesses who offer complimentary water basins and even a few treats for your pet pooch.

Reno is now home to a new Downtown Dog Park located right next to the infamous Reno Arch!

Wild River Grille Offers a Dinner With Your Dog during the summer months.

We do take pride in our Riverwalk and ask that you respect the residents and visitors to the area by cleaning up after your dog.

DOG-FRIENDLY RENO

The Truckee Riverwalk is just a few blocks from the downtown hotels and a wonderful place to spend the afternoon. All the trails and parks are pet-friendly and along the way, you are welcome to stop at many of the local businesses who offer complimentary water basins and even a few treats for your pet pooch.

Reno is now home to a new Downtown Dog Park located right next to the infamous Reno Arch!

Wild River Grille Offers a Dinner With Your Dog during the summer months.

We do take pride in our Riverwalk and ask that you respect the residents and visitors to the area by cleaning up after your dog.

DOG-FRIENDLY RENO

The Truckee Riverwalk is just a few blocks from the downtown hotels and a wonderful place to spend the afternoon. All the trails and parks are pet-friendly and along the way, you are welcome to stop at many of the local businesses who offer complimentary water basins and even a few treats for your pet pooch.

Reno is now home to a new Downtown Dog Park located right next to the infamous Reno Arch!

Wild River Grille Offers a Dinner With Your Dog during the summer months.

We do take pride in our Riverwalk and ask that you respect the residents and visitors to the area by cleaning up after your dog.

DOG-FRIENDLY RENO

The Truckee Riverwalk is just a few blocks from the downtown hotels and a wonderful place to spend the afternoon. All the trails and parks are pet-friendly and along the way, you are welcome to stop at many of the local businesses who offer complimentary water basins and even a few treats for your pet pooch.

Reno is now home to a new Downtown Dog Park located right next to the infamous Reno Arch!

Wild River Grille Offers a Dinner With Your Dog during the summer months.

We do take pride in our Riverwalk and ask that you respect the residents and visitors to the area by cleaning up after your dog.

Dog Friendly
Dog Friendly
Dog Friendly

RIVERWALK NIGHTLIFE

Find the coolest places in Reno for Nightlife right in the Riverwalk.

Wingfield Park offers live music throughout the summer, perfect for dancing under the sun and the stars. From Hawaiian, basque, rock or even an occasional performance by the Reno Philharmonic, you’ll be able to dance to your own beat.

5 Star Saloon is an independent, local dance club located in the heart of downtown Reno within a beautiful facility one block from casino corridor. 5 Star Saloon has stood the test of time as the longest-running gay bar in Nevada. They offer a safe place for people to party and be themselves, offering premium drink specials, entertainments, and music.

FacesNV host and entertain some of the best live performers and DJs on the west coast. This is truly nightlife built for you. FacesNV makes going out something special. With an incredible Meyers sound system and the best bartenders, so you can get great cocktails any night of the week.

RIVERWALK NIGHTLIFE

Find the coolest places in Reno for Nightlife right in the Riverwalk.

Wingfield Park offers live music throughout the summer, perfect for dancing under the sun and the stars. From Hawaiian, basque, rock or even an occasional performance by the Reno Philharmonic, you’ll be able to dance to your own beat.

5 Star Saloon is an independent, local dance club located in the heart of downtown Reno within a beautiful facility one block from casino corridor. 5 Star Saloon has stood the test of time as the longest-running gay bar in Nevada. They offer a safe place for people to party and be themselves, offering premium drink specials, entertainments, and music.

FacesNV host and entertain some of the best live performers and DJs on the west coast. This is truly nightlife built for you. FacesNV makes going out something special. With an incredible Meyers sound system and the best bartenders, so you can get great cocktails any night of the week.

RIVERWALK NIGHTLIFE

Find the coolest places in Reno for Nightlife right in the Riverwalk.

Wingfield Park offers live music throughout the summer, perfect for dancing under the sun and the stars. From Hawaiian, basque, rock or even an occasional performance by the Reno Philharmonic, you’ll be able to dance to your own beat.

FacesNV host and entertain some of the best live performers and DJs on the west coast. This is truly nightlife built for you. FacesNV makes going out something special. With an incredible Meyers sound system and the best bartenders, so you can get great cocktails any night of the week.

5 Star Saloon is an independent, local dance club located in the heart of downtown Reno within a beautiful facility one block from casino corridor. 5 Star Saloon has stood the test of time as the longest-running gay bar in Nevada. They offer a safe place for people to party and be themselves, offering premium drink specials, entertainments, and music.

RIVERWALK NIGHTLIFE

Find the coolest places in Reno for Nightlife right in the Riverwalk.

Wingfield Park offers live music throughout the summer, perfect for dancing under the sun and the stars. From Hawaiian, basque, rock or even an occasional performance by the Reno Philharmonic, you’ll be able to dance to your own beat.

5 Star Saloon is an independent, local dance club located in the heart of downtown Reno within a beautiful facility one block from casino corridor. 5 Star Saloon has stood the test of time as the longest-running gay bar in Nevada. They offer a safe place for people to party and be themselves, offering premium drink specials, entertainments, and music.

FacesNV host and entertain some of the best live performers and DJs on the west coast. This is truly nightlife built for you. FacesNV makes going out something special. With an incredible Meyers sound system and the best bartenders, so you can get great cocktails any night of the week.

Dancing
Dancing
Dancing
Dancing

BIKE PATH

Biking in Reno has a long history and is an honored hobby in our area since the early 1800s with the Reno Wheelman. The Riverwalk District along with the rest of the northern Nevada area continue to evolve with paths, programs, and participation – making it a better city to bike in.

The Riverwalk has one of the prettiest paths to bike or walk along. The trail runs from the Idlewilde Park area eastward along the Truckee River through downtown along the Reno Riverwalk and runs all the way to the very eastern end of the city of Sparks. This trail is approximately 12 miles in length. It passes many parks and recreational areas. You will bike through industrial areas, wetlands, marshes, historical markers and residences all the while never leaving the banks of the Truckee River.

The trail is accessible through a variety of entrances along the route. This is an easy ride for children, adults and novice riders. Very few street intersections exist.

For maps and information on these rides, you can reference any local bookstore or check out the links to the local bike shops for further information. Or visit Sierra Cycle Smith and the City of Reno.

Reno has also recently introduced Lime Bike bicycles into the downtown area, for detailed instructions on how to rent a bike, and pricing visit li.me/how-to-lime

West St. Market

BIKE PATH

Biking in Reno has a long history and is an honored hobby in our area since the early 1800s with the Reno Wheelman. The Riverwalk District along with the rest of the northern Nevada area continue to evolve with paths, programs, and participation – making it a better city to bike in.

The Riverwalk has one of the prettiest paths to bike or walk along. The trail runs from the Idlewilde Park area eastward along the Truckee River through downtown along the Reno Riverwalk and runs all the way to the very eastern end of the city of Sparks.

This trail is approximately 12 miles in length. It passes many parks and recreational areas. You will bike through industrial areas, wetlands, marshes, historical markers and residences all the while never leaving the banks of the Truckee River.

The trail is accessible through a variety of entrances along the route. This is an easy ride for children, adults and novice riders. Very few street intersections exist.

For maps and information on these rides, you can reference any local bookstore or check out the links to the local bike shops for further information. Or visit Sierra Cycle Smith and the City of Reno.

West St. Market

Reno has also recently introduced Lime Bike bicycles into the downtown area, for detailed instructions on how to rent a bike, and pricing visit li.me/how-to-lime

BIKE PATH

Biking in Reno has a long history and is an honored hobby in our area since the early 1800s with the Reno Wheelman. The Riverwalk District along with the rest of the northern Nevada area continue to evolve with paths, programs, and participation – making it a better city to bike in.

The Riverwalk has one of the prettiest paths to bike or walk along. The trail runs from the Idlewilde Park area eastward along the Truckee River through downtown along the Reno Riverwalk and runs all the way to the very eastern end of the city of Sparks. This trail is approximately 12 miles in length. It passes many parks and recreational areas. You will bike through industrial areas, wetlands, marshes, historical markers and residences all the while never leaving the banks of the Truckee River.

The trail is accessible through a variety of entrances along the route. This is an easy ride for children, adults and novice riders. Very few street intersections exist.

West St. Market

For maps and information on these rides, you can reference any local bookstore or check out the links to the local bike shops for further information. Or visit Sierra Cycle Smith and the City of Reno.

Reno has also recently introduced Lime Bike bicycles into the downtown area, for detailed instructions on how to rent a bike, and pricing visit li.me/how-to-lime

West St. Market

BIKE PATH

Biking in Reno has a long history and is an honored hobby in our area since the early 1800s with the Reno Wheelman. The Riverwalk District along with the rest of the northern Nevada area continue to evolve with paths, programs, and participation – making it a better city to bike in.

The Riverwalk has one of the prettiest paths to bike or walk along. The trail runs from the Idlewilde Park area eastward along the Truckee River through downtown along the Reno Riverwalk and runs all the way to the very eastern end of the city of Sparks. This trail is approximately 12 miles in length. It passes many parks and recreational areas. You will bike through industrial areas, wetlands, marshes, historical markers and residences all the while never leaving the banks of the Truckee River.

The trail is accessible through a variety of entrances along the route. This is an easy ride for children, adults and novice riders. Very few street intersections exist.

For maps and information on these rides, you can reference any local bookstore or check out the links to the local bike shops for further information. Or visit Sierra Cycle Smith and the City of Reno.

Reno has also recently introduced Lime Bike bicycles into the downtown area, for detailed instructions on how to rent a bike, and pricing visit li.me/how-to-lime

RIDE SAFELY!

Here are some basic tips for riding along the Riverwalk

Ride with traffic and follow traffic laws. (Call the Office of Traffic Safety at 775-684-7470 to get a pocket guide of Nevada’s Bike Laws)

WEAR A HELMET

Wear brightly colored and/or reflective clothing even during the day.

INCREASING YOUR CHANCES OF BEING EASILY SEEN IS A GOOD THING

Put a mirror on your bicycle and keep an eye on what’s around you.

Use lights and reflectors. A big bright shiny light that can be seen at least 500 ft. in front, reflectors on the sides of your bike, and a bright red tail light that can be seen 30 to 500 ft. from the back of your bike.

Pick the loudest horn you can find, and use it!

RIDE SAFELY!

Here are some basic tips for
riding along the Riverwalk

WEAR A HELMET

Ride with traffic and follow traffic laws. (Call the Office of Traffic Safety at 775-684-7470 to get a pocket guide of Nevada’s Bike Laws)

Wear brightly colored and/or reflective clothing even during the day.

INCREASING YOUR CHANCES OF BEING EASILY SEEN IS A GOOD THING

Use lights and reflectors. A big bright shiny light that can be seen at least 500 ft. in front, reflectors on the sides of your bike, and a bright red tail light that can be seen 30 to 500 ft. from the back of your bike.

Put a mirror on your bicycle and keep an eye on what’s around you.

Pick the loudest horn you can find, and use it!

RIDE SAFELY!

Here are some basic tips for
riding along the Riverwalk

WEAR A HELMET

Ride with traffic and follow traffic laws. (Call the Office of Traffic Safety at 775-684-7470 to get a pocket guide of Nevada’s Bike Laws)

Wear brightly colored and/or reflective clothing even during the day.

INCREASING YOUR CHANCES OF BEING EASILY SEEN

Use lights and reflectors. A big bright shiny light that can be seen at least 500 ft. in front, reflectors on the sides of your bike, and a bright red tail light that can be seen 30 to 500 ft. from the back of your bike.

Put a mirror on your bicycle and keep an eye on what’s around you.

Pick the loudest horn you can find, and use it!

RIDE SAFELY!

Here are some basic tips for riding along the Riverwalk

WEAR A HELMET

Ride with traffic and follow traffic laws. (Call the Office of Traffic Safety at 775-684-7470 to get a pocket guide of Nevada’s Bike Laws)

Wear brightly colored and/or reflective clothing even during the day.

INCREASING YOUR CHANCES OF BEING SEEN

Use lights and reflectors. A big bright shiny light that can be seen at least 500 ft. in front, reflectors on the sides of your bike, and a bright red tail light that can be seen 30 to 500 ft. from the back of your bike.

Put a mirror on your bicycle and keep an eye on what’s around you.

Pick the loudest horn you can find, and use it!

Biking
Biking
Biking
Biking

DINING OPTIONS

Enjoy dining at one of the many choices of elegant eateries, cafes or bistros. Enjoy award-winning steaks, seafood, sushi, and culinary treats from around the globe.

The Riverwalk is home to a variety of nationally recognized chefs and restaurants. Many of our locations have been featured on the Food Network Channel, Travel, and Leisure as well as nationally recognized publications.

DINING OPTIONS

Enjoy dining at one of the many choices of elegant eateries, cafes or bistros. Enjoy award-winning steaks, seafood, sushi, and culinary treats from around the globe.

The Riverwalk is home to a variety of nationally recognized chefs and restaurants. Many of our locations have been featured on the Food Network Channel, Travel, and Leisure as well as nationally recognized publications.

DINING OPTIONS

Enjoy dining at one of the many choices of elegant eateries, cafes or bistros. Enjoy award-winning steaks, seafood, sushi, and culinary treats from around the globe.

The Riverwalk is home to a variety of nationally recognized chefs and restaurants. Many of our locations have been featured on the Food Network Channel, Travel, and Leisure as well as nationally recognized publications.

DINING OPTIONS

Enjoy dining at one of the many choices of elegant eateries, cafes or bistros. Enjoy award-winning steaks, seafood, sushi, and culinary treats from around the globe.

The Riverwalk is home to a variety of nationally recognized chefs and restaurants. Many of our locations have been featured on the Food Network Channel, Travel, and Leisure as well as nationally recognized publications.

Restaurants
Restaurants
Restaurants
Restaurants

CITY FISHING

The Reno / Tahoe area has numerous places for kids and families to enjoy fishing, as well as challenging waters for experienced anglers. For fly-fishing, the Truckee River offers some of the best water in the west – including a fly-fishing only, catch-and-release section – easily accessible from the district. The river is perfect for children and adults of all ages.

The Truckee River has several types of fish including rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout, mountain whitefish, and largemouth bass (in lower sections) of the river.

CITY FISHING

The Reno / Tahoe area has numerous places for kids and families to enjoy fishing, as well as challenging waters for experienced anglers. For fly-fishing, the Truckee River offers some of the best water in the west – including a fly-fishing only, catch-and-release section – easily accessible from the district. The river is perfect for children and adults of all ages.

The Truckee River has several types of fish including rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout, mountain whitefish, and largemouth bass (in lower sections) of the river.

CITY FISHING

The Reno / Tahoe area has numerous places for kids and families to enjoy fishing, as well as challenging waters for experienced anglers. For fly-fishing, the Truckee River offers some of the best water in the west – including a fly-fishing only, catch-and-release section – easily accessible from the district. The river is perfect for children and adults of all ages.

The Truckee River has several types of fish including rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout, mountain whitefish, and largemouth bass (in lower sections) of the river.

CITY FISHING

The Reno / Tahoe area has numerous places for kids and families to enjoy fishing, as well as challenging waters for experienced anglers. For fly-fishing, the Truckee River offers some of the best water in the west – including a fly-fishing only, catch-and-release section – easily accessible from the district. The river is perfect for children and adults of all ages.

The Truckee River has several types of fish including rainbow trout, brown trout, cutthroat trout, mountain whitefish, and largemouth bass (in lower sections) of the river.

Fishing
Fishing
Fishing

DOWNTOWN RENO

The Riverwalk District only steps away from major Downtown Casinos and Events, not to mention a building-sized rock climbing wall!

RENO

DOWNTOWN RENO

The Riverwalk District only steps away from major Downtown Casinos and Events, not to mention a building-sized rock climbing wall!

RENO

DOWNTOWN RENO

RENO

The Riverwalk District only steps away from major Downtown Casinos and Events, not to mention a building-sized rock climbing wall!

RENO

DOWNTOWN RENO

The Riverwalk District only steps away from major Downtown Casinos and Events, not to mention a building-sized rock climbing wall!

OUTDOOR CONCERTS & EVENTS

Wingfield Park is the central location for some of the city’s most popular events including the Reno River Festival, many Artown events and the annual Nevada Humane Society Duck Race & Festival to name a few. One of the main features of Wingfield Park is the amphitheater where various plays and concerts take place during the summer months.

OUTDOOR CONCERTS & EVENTS

Wingfield Park is the central location for some of the city’s most popular events including the Reno River Festival, many Artown events and the annual Nevada Humane Society Duck Race & Festival to name a few. One of the main features of Wingfield Park is the amphitheater where various plays and concerts take place during the summer months.

OUTDOOR CONCERTS & EVENTS

Wingfield Park is the central location for some of the city’s most popular events including the Reno River Festival, many Artown events and the annual Nevada Humane Society Duck Race & Festival to name a few. One of the main features of Wingfield Park is the amphitheater where various plays and concerts take place during the summer months.

OUTDOOR CONCERTS & EVENTS

Wingfield Park is the central location for some of the city’s most popular events including the Reno River Festival, many Artown events and the annual Nevada Humane Society Duck Race & Festival to name a few. One of the main features of Wingfield Park is the amphitheater where various plays and concerts take place during the summer months.

Parks
Parks
Parks
Parks

TRUCKEE RIVER WHITEWATER PARK

The Truckee River Whitewater Park at Wingfield opened in 2004 as a Reno redevelopment agency project and has become a focal point of the Riverwalk.

For information on rafting trips, kayak rentals, instruction or other ways to enjoy the Whitewater Park, contact these concessionaires and operators that hold permits to operate issued by the city:

Sierra Adventures 775-323-8928
866-323-8928

TECHNICAL DETAILS:

Length: 2,600 feet, including 1,400 feet in the north channel and 1,200 feet in the south channel or one-half mile.

Difficulty: Class 2 to 3 course. (on a scale of 1 to 6; one being a lake, six being a waterfall)

Users: kayaks, canoes and rafts, inner tubes.

Maneuvers: freestyle including front and side surfing, cartwheeling, throwing ends, blunt moves, spoofing, and splatting, flat spinning, loops, front flips, slalom racing. Random boulders in channels.

TRUCKEE RIVER WHITEWATER PARK

The Truckee River Whitewater Park at Wingfield opened in 2004 as a Reno redevelopment agency project and has become a focal point of the Riverwalk.

For information on rafting trips, kayak rentals, instruction or other ways to enjoy the Whitewater Park, contact these concessionaires and operators that hold permits to operate issued by the city:

Sierra Adventures 775-323-8928
866-323-8928

TECHNICAL DETAILS:

Length: 2,600 feet, including 1,400 feet in the north channel and 1,200 feet in the south channel or one-half mile.

Difficulty: Class 2 to 3 course. (on a scale of 1 to 6; one being a lake, six being a waterfall)

Users: kayaks, canoes and rafts, inner tubes.

Maneuvers: freestyle including front and side surfing, cartwheeling, throwing ends, blunt moves, spoofing, and splatting, flat spinning, loops, front flips, slalom racing. Random boulders in channels.

TRUCKEE RIVER WHITEWATER PARK

The Truckee River Whitewater Park at Wingfield opened in 2004 as a Reno redevelopment agency project and has become a focal point of the Riverwalk.

For information on rafting trips, kayak rentals, instruction or other ways to enjoy the Whitewater Park, contact these concessionaires and operators that hold permits to operate issued by the city:

Sierra Adventures
775-323-8928
866-323-8928
www.wildsierra.com

TECHNICAL DETAILS:

Length: 2,600 feet, including 1,400 feet in the north channel and 1,200 feet in the south channel or one-half mile.

Difficulty: Class 2 to 3 course. (on a scale of 1 to 6; one being a lake, six being a waterfall)

Users: kayaks, canoes and rafts, inner tubes.

Maneuvers: freestyle including front and side surfing, cartwheeling, throwing ends, blunt moves, spoofing, and splatting, flat spinning, loops, front flips, slalom racing. Random boulders in channels.

TRUCKEE RIVER WHITEWATER PARK

The Truckee River Whitewater Park at Wingfield opened in 2004 as a Reno redevelopment agency project and has become a focal point of the Riverwalk.

For information on rafting trips, kayak rentals, instruction or other ways to enjoy the Whitewater Park, contact these concessionaires and operators that hold permits to operate issued by the city:

Sierra Adventures
775-323-8928
866-323-8928
www.wildsierra.com

TECHNICAL DETAILS:

Length: 2,600 feet, including 1,400 feet in the north channel and 1,200 feet in the south channel or one-half mile.

Difficulty: Class 2 to 3 course. (on a scale of 1 to 6; one being a lake, six being a waterfall)

Users: kayaks, canoes and rafts, inner tubes.

Maneuvers: freestyle including front and side surfing, cartwheeling, throwing ends, blunt moves, spoofing, and splatting, flat spinning, loops, front flips, slalom racing. Random boulders in channels.

WHITEWATER PARK FEATURES:

WHITEWATER PARK FEATURES:

WHITEWATER PARK FEATURES:

WHITEWATER PARK FEATURES:

Easy access from all directions.

Large size – 11 drop-pools; a total of 2,600 feet in length, or one-half mile. Five drop pools in the north channel; six in the south channel for kayaking maneuvers that decrease slightly in elevation with each successive pool, to keep them supplied with fresh water.

7,000 tons of smooth flat-top rocks and boulders installed along the river banks and in-stream for easy public access, spectators, and kayaking maneuvers.

Kayakers, at all levels, including beginners, can enjoy the whitewater park.

Deep pools with continual fresh water provide good habitat for fish, particularly Lahontan cutthroat trout.

Surrounds grassy park with amphitheater and facilities for concerts, festivals, picnics, outdoor sports, and recreation.

Kayakers can start anywhere upstream and enjoy a great experience.

Pedestrian walkway beneath Arlington Avenue for convenient mobility between east and west ends of Wingfield Park.

Water temperature ranges between 50 and 70 degrees. It doesn’t freeze.

All users need to wear helmets and flotation jackets for protection and safety.

Large size – 11 drop-pools; a total of 2,600 feet in length, or one-half mile. Five drop pools in the north channel; six in the south channel for kayaking maneuvers that decrease slightly in elevation with each successive pool, to keep them supplied with fresh water.

7,000 tons of smooth flat-top rocks and boulders installed along the river banks and in-stream for easy public access, spectators, and kayaking maneuvers.

Pedestrian walkway beneath Arlington Avenue for convenient mobility between east and west ends of Wingfield Park.

All users need to wear helmets and flotation jackets for protection and safety.

Easy access from all directions.

Deep pools with continual fresh water provide good habitat for fish, particularly Lahontan cutthroat trout.

Surrounds grassy park with amphitheater and facilities for concerts, festivals, picnics, outdoor sports, and recreation.

Kayakers can start anywhere upstream and enjoy a great experience.

Water temperature ranges between 50 and 70 degrees. It doesn’t freeze.

Kayakers, at all levels, including beginners, can enjoy the whitewater park.

Large size – 11 drop-pools; a total of 2,600 feet in length, or one-half mile. Five drop pools in the north channel; six in the south channel for kayaking maneuvers that decrease slightly in elevation with each successive pool, to keep them supplied with fresh water.

7,000 tons of smooth flat-top rocks and boulders installed along the river banks and in-stream for easy public access, spectators, and kayaking maneuvers.

Pedestrian walkway beneath Arlington Avenue for convenient mobility between east and west ends of Wingfield Park.

All users need to wear helmets and flotation jackets for protection and safety.

Easy access from all directions.

Deep pools with continual fresh water provide good habitat for fish, particularly Lahontan cutthroat trout.

Surrounds grassy park with amphitheater and facilities for concerts, festivals, picnics, outdoor sports, and recreation.

Kayakers can start anywhere upstream and enjoy a great experience.

Water temperature ranges between 50 and 70 degrees. It doesn’t freeze.

Kayakers, at all levels, including beginners, can enjoy the whitewater park.

Large size – 11 drop-pools; a total of 2,600 feet in length, or one-half mile. Five drop pools in the north channel; six in the south channel for kayaking maneuvers that decrease slightly in elevation with each successive pool, to keep them supplied with fresh water.

7,000 tons of smooth flat-top rocks and boulders installed along the river banks and in-stream for easy public access, spectators, and kayaking maneuvers.

Pedestrian walkway beneath Arlington Avenue for convenient mobility between east and west ends of Wingfield Park.

All users need to wear helmets and flotation jackets for protection and safety.

Easy access from all directions.

Deep pools with continual fresh water provide good habitat for fish, particularly Lahontan cutthroat trout.

Surrounds grassy park with amphitheater and facilities for concerts, festivals, picnics, outdoor sports, and recreation.

Kayakers can start anywhere upstream and enjoy a great experience.

Water temperature ranges between 50 and 70 degrees. It doesn’t freeze.

Kayakers, at all levels, including beginners, can enjoy the whitewater park.

Kayaking

Kayaking

Kayaking

Kayaking

ART & CULTURE ALONG THE TRUCKEE

The Riverwalk is home to the best Museums in our region and in addition to the highlights below and only a few very short blocks away you will stumble upon more of our neighboring museums such as Arte Italia, the Discovery Museum and the Nevada Museum of Art.

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For over 25 years, Arts For All Nevada, a non-profit organization, has provided quality arts opportunities for children and adults of all ages and abilities throughout Nevada. Annually, over 3000 workshops and art camps are conducted for everyone to participate in from pre-school to adult, locals and visitors, novice to pro including 300 plus workshops that are open-to-the-public. These affordable workshops are listed on our website and held in six different locations including the Lake Mansion on the corner of Court St. and Arlington Ave. The Lake Mansion is also available to rent for corporate, organization, or personal parties and functions. The “Art Access Gallery” at the Lake Mansion has fine artwork and crafts available for sale created by Nevada artists who have a disability.

Sierra Arts is the local regional arts organization dedicated to presenting and promoting the arts—visual, literary, music, dance, and performance—in our community. We develop new programs and provide facility management for gallery spaces while giving financial and technical support to artists and arts organizations.

The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) offers a wide array of more than 200 antique, classic, and specialty cars in both period street scene settings and changing special exhibits that transport visitors back to the time when those cars prowled America’s highways and byways. The National Automobile Museum is ranked as one of the “Top Ten” automobile museums in the nation.

Nevada Museum of Art

The Nevada Museum of Art is a museum of ideas. The only accredited art museum in the state, it is a private, non-profit organization supported by the generosity of its membership as well as by sponsorships and grants. Through creative programming and scholarship, the Museum provides the opportunity for people to encounter, engage and enjoy a diversity of art experiences. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm, late on Thursdays until 8 pm, and closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and national holidays. Admission is FREE for members, $10 General Admission, $8 Student / Senior, $1 children 6 to 12 years and free for children 5 and under. Annual Museum Membership starts at just $30.

ART & CULTURE ALONG THE TRUCKEE

The Riverwalk is home to the best Museums in our region and in addition to the highlights below and only a few very short blocks away you will stumble upon more of our neighboring museums such as Arte Italia, the Discovery Museum and the Nevada Museum of Art.

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For over 25 years, Arts For All Nevada, a non-profit organization, has provided quality arts opportunities for children and adults of all ages and abilities throughout Nevada. Annually, over 3000 workshops and art camps are conducted for everyone to participate in from pre-school to adult, locals and visitors, novice to pro including 300 plus workshops that are open-to-the-public. These affordable workshops are listed on our website and held in six different locations including the Lake Mansion on the corner of Court St. and Arlington Ave. The Lake Mansion is also available to rent for corporate, organization, or personal parties and functions. The “Art Access Gallery” at the Lake Mansion has fine artwork and crafts available for sale created by Nevada artists who have a disability.

Sierra Arts is the local regional arts organization dedicated to presenting and promoting the arts—visual, literary, music, dance, and performance—in our community. We develop new programs and provide facility management for gallery spaces while giving financial and technical support to artists and arts organizations.

The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) offers a wide array of more than 200 antique, classic, and specialty cars in both period street scene settings and changing special exhibits that transport visitors back to the time when those cars prowled America’s highways and byways. The National Automobile Museum is ranked as one of the “Top Ten” automobile museums in the nation.

Nevada Museum of Art

The Nevada Museum of Art is a museum of ideas. The only accredited art museum in the state, it is a private, non-profit organization supported by the generosity of its membership as well as by sponsorships and grants. Through creative programming and scholarship, the Museum provides the opportunity for people to encounter, engage and enjoy a diversity of art experiences. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm, late on Thursdays until 8 pm, and closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and national holidays. Admission is FREE for members, $10 General Admission, $8 Student / Senior, $1 children 6 to 12 years and free for children 5 and under. Annual Museum Membership starts at just $30.

ART & CULTURE ALONG THE TRUCKEE

The Riverwalk is home to the best Museums in our region and in addition to the highlights below and only a few very short blocks away you will stumble upon more of our neighboring museums such as Arte Italia, the Discovery Museum and the Nevada Museum of Art.

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For over 25 years, Arts For All Nevada, a non-profit organization, has provided quality arts opportunities for children and adults of all ages and abilities throughout Nevada. Annually, over 3000 workshops and art camps are conducted for everyone to participate in from pre-school to adult, locals and visitors, novice to pro including 300 plus workshops that are open-to-the-public. These affordable workshops are listed on our website and held in six different locations including the Lake Mansion on the corner of Court St. and Arlington Ave. The Lake Mansion is also available to rent for corporate, organization, or personal parties and functions. The “Art Access Gallery” at the Lake Mansion has fine artwork and crafts available for sale created by Nevada artists who have a disability.

Sierra Arts is the local regional arts organization dedicated to presenting and promoting the arts—visual, literary, music, dance, and performance—in our community. We develop new programs and provide facility management for gallery spaces while giving financial and technical support to artists and arts organizations.

The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) offers a wide array of more than 200 antique, classic, and specialty cars in both period street scene settings and changing special exhibits that transport visitors back to the time when those cars prowled America’s highways and byways. The National Automobile Museum is ranked as one of the “Top Ten” automobile museums in the nation.

Nevada Museum of Art

The Nevada Museum of Art is a museum of ideas. The only accredited art museum in the state, it is a private, non-profit organization supported by the generosity of its membership as well as by sponsorships and grants. Through creative programming and scholarship, the Museum provides the opportunity for people to encounter, engage and enjoy a diversity of art experiences. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm, late on Thursdays until 8 pm, and closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and national holidays. Admission is FREE for members, $10 General Admission, $8 Student / Senior, $1 children 6 to 12 years and free for children 5 and under. Annual Museum Membership starts at just $30.

ART & CULTURE ALONG THE TRUCKEE

The Riverwalk is home to the best Museums in our region and in addition to the highlights below and only a few very short blocks away you will stumble upon more of our neighboring museums such as Arte Italia, the Discovery Museum and the Nevada Museum of Art.

lee molof

For over 25 years, Arts For All Nevada, a non-profit organization, has provided quality arts opportunities for children and adults of all ages and abilities throughout Nevada. Annually, over 3000 workshops and art camps are conducted for everyone to participate in from pre-school to adult, locals and visitors, novice to pro including 300 plus workshops that are open-to-the-public. These affordable workshops are listed on our website and held in six different locations including the Lake Mansion on the corner of Court St. and Arlington Ave. The Lake Mansion is also available to rent for corporate, organization, or personal parties and functions. The “Art Access Gallery” at the Lake Mansion has fine artwork and crafts available for sale created by Nevada artists who have a disability.

Sierra Arts is the local regional arts organization dedicated to presenting and promoting the arts—visual, literary, music, dance, and performance—in our community. We develop new programs and provide facility management for gallery spaces while giving financial and technical support to artists and arts organizations.

The National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) offers a wide array of more than 200 antique, classic, and specialty cars in both period street scene settings and changing special exhibits that transport visitors back to the time when those cars prowled America’s highways and byways. The National Automobile Museum is ranked as one of the “Top Ten” automobile museums in the nation.

Nevada Museum of Art

The Nevada Museum of Art is a museum of ideas. The only accredited art museum in the state, it is a private, non-profit organization supported by the generosity of its membership as well as by sponsorships and grants. Through creative programming and scholarship, the Museum provides the opportunity for people to encounter, engage and enjoy a diversity of art experiences. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm, late on Thursdays until 8 pm, and closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and national holidays. Admission is FREE for members, $10 General Admission, $8 Student / Senior, $1 children 6 to 12 years and free for children 5 and under. Annual Museum Membership starts at just $30.

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        STAGE-WORTHY PERFORMCES

        Reno is busy with local residents who love their movies, and performance art. The Riverwalk is home to four theaters including the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, Brüka Theater, Reno-Tahoe Comedy, and Century Riverside Theaters.

        Theater and comedy are available through the entire year in addition to the live performances and music at neighboring bars and restaurants through the summer months.

        Brüka Theatre is a performance art space located on the main street in the Biggest Little City in the World. Over ten years old, Brüka started as a children’s theatre and has since grown to include many forms of performance art. Original plays, classic and contemporary plays, musicals, children’s plays, and dance.

        The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts (PCPA) is a private, non-profit cultural organization. PCPA owns and operates the Pioneer Theater in downtown Reno. This 1,500-seat venue is the largest public performing arts facility in northern Nevada and is the performance home of our resident companies, the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, and A.V.A. Ballet Theatre. PCPA also hosts the “Broadway Comes to Reno” series, celebrating 20 years of bringing touring Broadway musicals to the community.

        Reno Tahoe Comedy specializes in hosting a wide array of stand up comedians and comedy shows every weekend at the Pioneer Underground in Reno.

        STAGE-WORTHY PERFORMCES

        Reno is busy with local residents who love their movies, and performance art. The Riverwalk is home to four theaters including the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, Brüka Theater, Reno-Tahoe Comedy, and Century Riverside Theaters.

        Theater and comedy are available through the entire year in addition to the live performances and music at neighboring bars and restaurants through the summer months.

        Brüka Theatre is a performance art space located on the main street in the Biggest Little City in the World. Over ten years old, Brüka started as a children’s theatre and has since grown to include many forms of performance art. Original plays, classic and contemporary plays, musicals, children’s plays, and dance.

        The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts (PCPA) is a private, non-profit cultural organization. PCPA owns and operates the Pioneer Theater in downtown Reno. This 1,500-seat venue is the largest public performing arts facility in northern Nevada and is the performance home of our resident companies, the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, and A.V.A. Ballet Theatre. PCPA also hosts the “Broadway Comes to Reno” series, celebrating 20 years of bringing touring Broadway musicals to the community.

        Reno Tahoe Comedy specializes in hosting a wide array of stand up comedians and comedy shows every weekend at the Pioneer Underground in Reno.

        STAGE-WORTHY PERFORMCES

        Reno is busy with local residents who love their movies, and performance art. The Riverwalk is home to four theaters including the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, Brüka Theater, Reno-Tahoe Comedy, and Century Riverside Theaters.

        Theater and comedy are available through the entire year in addition to the live performances and music at neighboring bars and restaurants through the summer months.

        Brüka Theatre is a performance art space located on the main street in the Biggest Little City in the World. Over ten years old, Brüka started as a children’s theatre and has since grown to include many forms of performance art. Original plays, classic and contemporary plays, musicals, children’s plays, and dance.

        The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts (PCPA) is a private, non-profit cultural organization. PCPA owns and operates the Pioneer Theater in downtown Reno. This 1,500-seat venue is the largest public performing arts facility in northern Nevada and is the performance home of our resident companies, the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, and A.V.A. Ballet Theatre. PCPA also hosts the “Broadway Comes to Reno” series, celebrating 20 years of bringing touring Broadway musicals to the community.

        Reno Tahoe Comedy specializes in hosting a wide array of stand up comedians and comedy shows every weekend at the Pioneer Underground in Reno.

        STAGE-WORTHY PERFORMCES

        Reno is busy with local residents who love their movies, and performance art. The Riverwalk is home to four theaters including the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts, Brüka Theater, Reno-Tahoe Comedy, and Century Riverside Theaters.

        Theater and comedy are available through the entire year in addition to the live performances and music at neighboring bars and restaurants through the summer months.

        The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts (PCPA) is a private, non-profit cultural organization. PCPA owns and operates the Pioneer Theater in downtown Reno. This 1,500-seat venue is the largest public performing arts facility in northern Nevada and is the performance home of our resident companies, the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, and A.V.A. Ballet Theatre. PCPA also hosts the “Broadway Comes to Reno” series, celebrating 20 years of bringing touring Broadway musicals to the community.

        Brüka Theatre is a performance art space located on the main street in the Biggest Little City in the World. Over ten years old, Brüka started as a children’s theatre and has since grown to include many forms of performance art. Original plays, classic and contemporary plays, musicals, children’s plays, and dance.

        Reno Tahoe Comedy specializes in hosting a wide array of stand up comedians and comedy shows every weekend at the Pioneer Underground in Reno.

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