Reno, NV RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals

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Recent traveler reviews in Reno, NV

Information About Reno, NV

Casinos and ski resorts are on visitor's minds when they consider a trip to Reno, and the city is also a favorite destination for those that like boating, golf, or horseback riding. The city holds a number of annual events, including car shows, balloon races, and festivities for Cinco de Mayo. Reno is also the home of the Nevada Museum of Art and the National Automobile Museum. The nearby Lake Tahoe International Airport is big enough to handle virtually any flight, so you can fly in from almost anywhere. Rent an RV in Reno to explore both northern Nevada and California. The California border is only minutes away to the west, and Yosemite National Park is less than four hours away along a scenic southern highway. Aside from the glitter of the strip and the glow of a snowy mountain at night, Reno is also an ideal point from which to explore several parks, preserves, and wildlife management areas that preserve this unique temperate desert, mountain, and wetlands environment that rests in the shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Herds of mustangs still freely roam the grasslands of the nearby Truckee Meadows, an iconic symbol of the American west.

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Hunter Creek Trail Reno Nevada

Local RV Owners Suggest

Reno

Where
Reno, NV, USA
WhatEvent
Hot August Nights! One of the premier car shows in the country, the options for RV camping close to one of the casinos' are endless. Contact us for our recommendations. By Colin Robinson

Coachland RV Park

Where
10100 Pioneer Trail, Truckee, CA 96161, USA
WhatRV Park, Dump Station
Known for
24-7
Great spot in Truckee to stay. Close to lots of activities, and easy in/out. Donner Lake and Lake Tahoe are 15 / 30 mins away respectively. There's also Prosser & Stampede lakes close by. By Colin Robinson
Coachland is a great RV park located in Truckee that works in a pinch for either Propane or as a dump station. It's a great place to stay nearby as well. Close access to everything Truckee! By Colin Robinson

Full Belly Deli

Where
10825 Pioneer Trail #103, Truckee, CA 96161, USA
WhatRestaurant
Epic sandwiches at Truckee favorite Deli. I recommend the Dirka Dirka on Jalapeno Cheddar bread. Soooo Goood. By Colin Robinson

Burger Me

Where
10418 Donner Pass Rd, Truckee, CA 96161, USA
WhatRestaurant
Burger Me has been on the Food Channel and serves up some awesome eats. Parking is tricky depending on the time of day. We suggest parking next to the roundabout next to the train tracks if in the RV By Colin Robinson

Chevron

Where
12353 Deerfield Dr, Truckee, CA 96161, USA
WhatDump Station
Convenient dump station right off of I80 in Truckee, they also have propane and a full gas station/food shop. By Colin Robinson

Tahoe National Forest

Where
Tahoe National Forest, California 96126, USA
WhatSoaring Mountains
Known for
Dog-friendly
Tons of options close in the area. From Hiking to Soaring above Truckee in a glider, there's something for everyone. Contact us for help customizing your trip in the Tahoe area! By Colin Robinson