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WORK, PLAY, LIVE

HISTORY, CULTURE,
AND RECREATION
AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

Put on the map in the first half of the twentieth century by casinos, “The Biggest Little City in the World” has evolved exponentially into a highly desirable market for economic development. Significant investment in technology, data, and logistics has created thousands of area jobs. With new jobs came brand new housing, brand new schools, and brand new commercial development.

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Caramella Ranch
Caramella Ranch

OUTDOOR RECREATION

More than 300 days of sunshine per year is almost unheard of in the United States, but Reno, NV is a shining exception. Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas, South Reno offers camping, biking, and a multitude of hiking trails that offer something for every level of outdoor enthusiast.

In addition to these recreational opportunities, South Reno is still within a one-hour drive of seven major ski resorts and just a short drive to Mt. Rose Ski Resort and Lake Tahoe. Mt. Rose, a 1,200 acre resort overlooking both the Truckee Meadows and Lake Tahoe, offers eight lifts and more than 60 runs. Whether you’re looking for skiing in the winter or swimming and watersports in the summer, Lake Tahoe provides exhilarating recreation and breathtaking scenery all year long.

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CULTURE

From beautiful museums to collector cars and a modern take on street food, Reno’s culture is thriving. The Nevada Museum of Art, the only American Alliance of Museums accredited museum in the state, offers visitors meaningful art and cultural experiences. For a less traditional experience, visit the National Automobile Museum to see more than 200 cars from the Bill Harrah collection or grab dinner at Reno Street Food which features 20 local food trucks, live music, and craft beers.

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CULTURE

From beautiful museums to collector cars and a modern take on street food, Reno’s culture is thriving. The Nevada Museum of Art, the only American Alliance of Museums accredited museum in the state, offers visitors meaningful art and cultural experiences. For a less traditional experience, visit the National Automobile Museum to see more than 200 cars from the Bill Harrah collection or grab dinner at Reno Street Food which features 20 local food trucks, live music, and craft beers.