Lake Tahoe/Reno

"COME OUT AND PLAY"

HARRAH’S TAHOE

  • Spa, health club and glass-domed swimming pool
  • Eight dining options, including Friday’s Station Steak, Seafood Grill, Food Court and Forest Buffet
  • 54,900-square-foot casino with the latest table and slot games
  • South Shore Room, an 800-seat concert and entertainment showroom
  • Promenade of shops and stores, including Promenade Deck Fashions and CV Sports
  • Access to year-round recreation, including skiing, golfing and boating
  • Peek Nightclub
 
"ROUTINELY SPECTACULAR"

HARVEYS TAHOE

  • 742 deluxe rooms and suites with bay windows to enjoy the panoramic lake views
  • Eight dining options, including Sammy Hagar’s Cabo Wabo Cantina, Sage Steakhouse and the Hard Rock Café
  • Fitness center and outdoor year-round heated pool and hot tub
  • 52,000 square feet of non-stop gaming action
  • Improv Comedy Club
  • Abundant choice of recreation, including hiking, skiing, golfing and fishing
  • Hi-tech Video Arcade
 
"COME OUT AND PLAY"

HARRAH’S RENO

  • 928 guest rooms
  • Full-service health club and swimming pool
  • The Spa and Salon, featuring a selection of body therapies, massages and facials
  • Sammy’s Showroom, featuring musical acts and Broadway style shows and Sapphire Lounge nightlife
  • 60,000-square-foot casino, filled with action-packed tables and slot games
  • Six restaurants, including the Steak House, Ichiban Japanese and Sushi Bar, and Carvings Buffet
  • Located on Virginia St. in downtown Reno at the base of the “Biggest Little City in the World” sign, only a short distance from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport
 

THINGS TO DO IN SOUTH LAKE TAHOE

Surrounded by pine-forested mountains rising more than 4,000 feet above the shore, Lake Tahoe has achieved international acclaim for its clear blue water, magnificent vistas, world-class entertainment, and year-round recreational opportunities. Lake Tahoe is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream come true.

Skiing - Seven world class ski resorts and another 8 that could rival the best in the country. An average of 400 inches of snow per year and 300+ days of sunshine means amazing conditions on the mountain.

Heavenly Gondola - Hop aboard an 8-passenger glass cabin and be whisked 2.4 miles up the mountain for breathtaking views of Lake Tahoe and the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

Biking - From leisure trail riding to adrenaline pumped single track trails, your adventure is waiting!

Fishing - Head out on one of the many expeditions offered by Tahoe Sport Fishing Co. for a blast that is suitable for the whole family.

Zephyr Cove Stables - Makes your horseback riding dreams come true. You want to see Lake Tahoe from atop a gallant steed, riding in Zephyr Cove

Lake Tahoe Cruises - From the decks of the spacious paddlewheelers, the M.S. Dixie II and the Tahoe Queen, you’ll be mesmerized by the beauty of Tahoe’s crystal blue waters and towering peaks.

The Shops at Heavenly Village - Lake Tahoe’s best shopping venue with local and national brands, popular restaurants, 8-plex cinema or try ice skating or mini golf at our seasonal outdoor pavilion. The Shops at Heavenly have it all.

Camp Richardson - A year-round Lake Tahoe destination resort of pure relaxation offering historic Tahoe lodging, camping, boating, biking, beach-going, lakeside dining, cross-country skiing, sleigh rides, and more.

Edgewood Golf Course - The only Lake Tahoe golf course situated right on the lakefront,with breathtakingly views of the surrounding nature.

 

THINGS TO DO IN RENO

Internationally known as “The Biggest Little City” in the World, Reno has an abundance of incomparable outdoor adventures, entertainment, dining and nightlife options. You’ll know why this legendary Western city is in constant celebration.

National Automobile Museum - Ranked among the nation’s top 10 automobile museums, the downtown facility displays approximately 175 cars, many of which came from gaming magnate William F. Harrah’s famous collection.

Nevada Museum of Art - Divided into five focus areas, the permanent collection consists of over 1,900 works of art organized around the general themes of land and environment.

Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts - From Broadway to Reno, from opera and dance to family shows and concerts, you’ll find all the excitement at the Pioneer Center.

Reno Riverwalk District - Take a stroll along the Truckee River and savor Reno’s exciting urban renaissance. You’ll find shopping, restaurants, bars and taverns, entertainment, even a whitewater park.

Freight House District - An exciting year-round dining and entertainment complex located adjacent to Reno Aces Ballpark in downtown.

Reno Aces - The Reno Aces are a minor league baseball franchise which belongs to the Pacific Coast League and is the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks, located just one block away.