Hotel - Circus Circus

Escape to the uncompromising comfort provided by more than 1,500 rooms and suites at Circus Circus Reno Hotel and Casino. Each room offers a casual and comfortable vantage point from which to take in views of the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains or downtown Reno’s luminous cityscape.

Hotel rate: $49.00 (single/double plus applicable taxes) if you are currently signed up to participate in the event!

Cut off date:  May 22, 2012

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Ten things to do in Reno and Lake Tahoe

It’s all here - whatever your pleasure, whatever your price

1. Golf
• 43 public golf courses and seven private courses
• Each within 90 minutes of the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.
• Reno-Tahoe is home to the Legend’s Reno-Tahoe Open, a PGA Tour stop.
• South Lake Tahoe’s annual Century Celebrity Classic held each July.

2. Trails
• Hike or mountain bike 968 miles of trail
• Leisurely recreational trails to mountains that challenge
• Intermediate trails and awe-inspiring vistas
• Just minutes from downtown Reno
• The ultimate adventurer challenge—
165-mile Tahoe Rim Trail that circles the Tahoe basin

3.Snow Sports
• Ride on more than 22,000 acres:
• 18 world-class ski, board and cross-country resorts
• all within 90 minutes of the airport.
• Annual national championships and demos
• special events such as the annual celebration of Elvis’ birthday at Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe—definitely a must see.

4. Water Sports
Water sports on more than 400 square miles:

• Lake Tahoe: As North America’s largest alpine lake, Lake Tahoe’s water could cover a flat area the size of California by 14 inches and is 99.9% pure offering visibility to 75 feet below the surface. See the Lake Tahoe Marina Guide
• Sparks Marina
• The Truckee River Whitewater Park, Wingfield Park, downtown Reno
• Boats
• Skis
• Wakeboards
• Kayaks
• Catamaran
• Wind surfers
• Sail boats
• Desert and Alpine lakes
Pyramid Lake, the second largest lake in the region, and Donner Lake.

5. Appreciate Art and History

Visit 31 museums:

Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, is Nevada’s only accredited fine-arts museum

Other museums including:
• The Stewart Indian Museum—offering a historical look at the Native American culture
• The Nevada State Railroad Museum—- offering a glimpse into Nevada’s heritage as well as home to the mint,
• The National Automobile Museum, home to the famed Harrah’s automobile collection

6. Try your luck

Lady Luck 15,000 times over:

• 14,000 slot machines
• 600 first-class tables
• Watch the top players compete in World Poker Tour Championships
• Bet on sports at any of the fine sports books

7. Fish

• 250 fishing holes:
• Kokanee salmon in Lake Tahoe
• Cutthroat trout in Pyramid Lake
• Fly-fish the Truckee River, home to both brown and rainbow trout
• Downtown Reno or just minutes by car

Discover great local fishing holes here.

8. Celebrate with special events

Festivals 175 days a year:
• 71 community-wide special events including:
• Wildest Richest Rodeo in the West
• Artown
• Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival
• Hot August Nights
• Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-oOff
• National Championship Air Races
• Great Reno Balloon Races
• Virginia City Camel Races
• Street Vibrations
• Legends Reno-Tahoe Open plus many more.

9. Meet and greet: Business or pleasure

More than 1.2 million square feet of space to meet:

Bring your next meeting or convention to America’s Adventure Place, where more than 1.1 million square feet of exhibition space awaits.

Meet at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, the Reno Events Center, the National Bowling Stadium or any of the local casino resorts.

10. Dine and dream

Dine 1,200 different ways and choose from 20,000 rooms: Our hotels and motels guide

• More than 1,200 restaurants
• A variety of combinations
• Tantalizing four-star meals
• Bottomless buffets
• Ethnic cuisine
• Little Nugget Awful-Awful hamburgers, a regional favorite.

And after a great meal, and all the adventure activities stuffed into a getaway, choose from more than 20,000 guest rooms at more than 32 resort casinos.

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Restraunt Directory

Visit the Restaurant Directory!

If you’re in Reno and you’re looking for food, you’re going to the right place. Search now to find the best restaurants in the Reno-Sparks area. Whether you love Chinese, Sushi, Mexican or Italian food, we can direct you to the best places to eat in Reno.



World’s Tallest Climbing Wall

CommRow has opened its doors, becoming Reno’s first “Urban Adventure Destination.” This property will inject a sample of the region’s outdoor thrills into the heart of Reno’s downtown corridor. Downtown’s first nonsmoking, nongaming, pet-friendly property will showcase many entertainment facets.

Towering 164-feet above the landmark Reno arch is the world’s tallest climbing wall on the 16-story building’s exterior façade. Inside, climbing enthusiasts or curious beginners will find a world-class bouldering center, plus event space and slacklines. The entire climbing facility, known as BaseCamp, is built to international competition standards but also first-timer friendly.

CommRow also features a menagerie of culturally-diverse eateries and bars dubbed “TheRow”, which were developed by two seasoned restaurateurs who have worked with such acclaimed chefs as Bobby Flay, Charlie Palmer and Bryan Voltaggio. Guests will find something to tempt any palate, from traditional tacos to fresh tuna tartars. Libations from classic cocktails to a selection of more than 100 tequilas can also be found. On the second floor, watch all of the bouldering action while enjoying either smoothies and housemade granolas, or wines by the glass and draft beers.

Two live entertainment venues known as Cargo and Centric will feature local performers and national touring acts. During the day, the 400-person capacity Cargo will transform into a fitness center with a focus on core training. Additional meeting and event space is also available.

Other attractions are slated to open in 2012, including the pet-friendly HANG Hotel in spring, and an outdoor “Adventure Deck” with BMX and skate parks, outdoor bouldering and more.

CommRow’s developer Fernando Leal of Chicago- and Reno-based L3 Development LLC states, “This is a huge opportunity to elevate Reno’s perception in the eyes of both locals and visitors alike, showcasing it for what it truly is – a vibrant, multi-faceted destination.”

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