Reno Tahoe is easy to navigate and even easier to access thanks to the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, as well as I-80 (or Interstate 80) and I-580/Highway 395, which run right through the city. Below you can find both a map of Reno and Sparks and a map of Lake Tahoe.
You’ll find attractions like the Reno Arch, National Automobile Museum and the Reno Riverwalk District on the map of Reno-Sparks below.
The blue dots on the map show lodging options in the cities of Reno and Sparks, and the blue line shows the Truckee River that meanders through the area. The red dots on this map of Reno, Nevada show attractions like shopping, restaurants, bars and more.
If you haven’t seen it before, looking at Lake Tahoe on a map is interesting because it resides in two states! While Incline Village is located in Nevada, other lakeside towns, including Tahoe City and South Lake Tahoe are located in California.
Check out the blue dots on this Tahoe map to find great lodging options in the area. The brown squares show Tahoe beaches while the green flags are golf courses. Be sure to also check out the red circles, which show attractions in both the Tahoe and Truckee Meadows areas.
Did you know that Reno is just a short drive away from Lake Tahoe? Reno is less than an hour’s drive away from North Lake Tahoe, so you can be sunbathing at the beach by day and experiencing the sights of downtown Reno by night. Check out all of the hotels and lodging options that Reno has to offer.
Catch a flight to Reno Tahoe and start your trip in the heart of the city, or go old school and arrive in downtown by train. But don’t worry, you can still get around the area by car or bus to make for a memorable Nevada-bound road trip.
Once you’re here and settled into your hotel, it’s time to find the best place to start your adventure. Be sure to check out the Northern Nevada maps above to see how to get to your hotel and find attractions to visit in the greater Northern Nevada region. The best place to start? We suggest the Reno Tahoe Ultimate Insiders Guide, which includes an interactive map with dozens of oh-so-awesome things to do. Thirsty? Our interactive Brewery Map will help you find the perfect Reno bar where you can raise a glass to a day of nonstop adventure.
Reno Tahoe is a central hub for all sorts of outdoor activities – hiking, biking, kayaking and more – along with other attractions in every direction, just waiting to be discovered. So take your pick and head out there!
For brochures or more information to help you plan your trip, please visit our Tourist Information page or stop by our Visitor Center in downtown Reno.
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