- Last Updated on 26 November 2013
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Location: Near the California border, 58 miles N.E. of Lake Tahoe and 32 miles N. of Carson City.
Reno may be best known for its neon arch on Virginia Street which welcomes visitors to “The Biggest Little City in the World.” The current arch is actually the fourth one since the original arch was built in 1927. The area also houses the nation’s largest car collection at the National Automobile Museum.
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Some casinos also offer: sports book (SB), race book (RB), Spanish 21 (S21), baccarat (B), mini-baccarat (MB), pai gow (PG), poker (P), pai gow poker (PGP), Caribbean stud poker (CSP), let it ride (LIR), three-card poker (TCP), sic bo (SIC), keno (K), big 6 wheel (B6) and bingo (BG). The minimum gambling age is 21.
Overnight parking of an RV in a casino parking lot is prohibited in Reno. For Reno information call the Reno/Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority at (800) FOR-RENO or go to: www.renolaketahoe.com
Shown below is a list of all Reno casinos. Click on a casino name to see a page of detailed information about that particular casino.
- Atlantis Casino Resort Spa
- Bonanza Casino
- Boomtown Reno
- Circus Circus Hotel Casino-Reno
- Club Cal-Neva-Virginian Hotel and Casino
- Eldorado Hotel Casino
- Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
- Harrah's Reno
- John Ascuaga's Nugget
- Peppermill Hotel Casino Reno
- Ramada Reno Hotel and Casino
- Sands Regency Hotel Casino, The
- Siena Hotel Spa Casino
- Silver Legacy Resort Casino