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 city also houses the nation’s largest car collection at the National Automobile Museum.
The Reno casinos are especially well-known for offering very good video poker games with liberal pay tables, even at denominations as low as five cents.
The city itself is located near the California border and it draws most of its visitors from that state. Visitors also like to travel to Lake Tahoe which is just a 60-mile drive from the downtown Reno casinos. Carson City, the capital of Nevada, is another popular tourist destination and that is only 40 miles away.
The payback percentages for slot machines at all Reno casinos, as well as all Nevada casinos, are released as a matter of public record. So if you are looking for the best slot machines in Reno, just click here to see a list of slot machine payback statistics for all casinos in Reno.
All Reno casinos offer electronic gaming machines, plus most casinos also offer sports and racebook. All casinos in Reno with table games have blackjack, craps, and roulette.
Some casinos also offer some of the following games: Spanish 21, baccarat, mini-baccarat, pai gow, poker, pai gow poker, Caribbean stud poker, let it ride, three-card poker, sic bo, keno, big-6 wheel, and bingo.
Gambling Laws in Reno
The minimum gambling age is 21 at all casinos in Reno.
List of Casinos in Reno
Shown below is a list of all Reno casinos.
- Atlantis Casino Resort Spa
- Bonanza Casino
- Boomtown Reno
- Circus Circus Hotel Casino-Reno
- Club Cal-Neva
- Diamond’s Casino
- Eldorado Hotel Casino
- Grand Sierra Resort and Casino
- Harrah’s Reno
- Nugget Casino Resort
- Peppermill Hotel Casino Reno
- Sands Regency Hotel Casino, The
- Silver Legacy Resort Casino
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Overnight parking of an RV in a casino parking lot is prohibited in Reno.
For more information on visiting the casinos in Reno, call the Reno/Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority at (800) 367-7366 or go to www.visitrenotahoe.com.