The Reno Tahoe Visitors Center is located at 135 North Sierra Street.
Reno Visitors Center (775) 682-3800

IMG_4602Here you will find everything you need to fully experience northern Nevada. From ghost tours to free maps for the Reno area outlining bike routes, zip line tours, horse-back riding, skiing and so much more in the region. You will be amazed at how much there is to do for every season. Our Visitors center is leaps and bounds beyond a standard rack of sightseeing brochures. Here you will find information for self-guided tours of some of Reno’s most vibrant art installations, boarding on sand dunes, stand-up paddle boarding, carriage rides or rafting down the Truckee River.

“If you think Reno is out of touch with hipness, then you obviously haven’t discovered downtown’s Segway tours, which you can also find info for in the visitors center. “
– Says Mike Vanhouten, Downtown Makeover

Beyond brochures, you can also find Aces and Wolfpack gear, Reno Envy’s high quality clothing lines, and Nevada-centric books for sale on all subjects, from Native American history to scenic Tahoe guidebooks.

If you’re new to Reno, stopping by the visitors center is a must ….because it’s not just for visitors. Stepping into this center and being surrounded with so many entertainment and adventure possibilities, I was reminded of why I love living exactly where I’m at; walking distance to the Riverwalk Dining District and midtown, a 45 minute drive to some of the best ski resorts in the country and the most beautiful lake I’ve ever set eyes upon, and then just a short drive to explore historic Fort Churchill, or Virginia City, or scouting out the perfect desert hot springs.

Reno-Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority

(RSCVA) Reno Visitors Center Inside Reno eNVy
135 N. Sierra St., Reno, NV 89501

Hours of Operation (excluding major holidays):
7 Days a Week: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.