Wildfire Information

Wildfire Information

The health and safety of our visitors and residents will always be our highest priority. Reno Tahoe is working to compile information that may be helpful for visitors and locals being impacted by evacuations and smoky conditions. This information will be updated as often as possible.

Reno Evacuation Center

Reno-Sparks Convention Center - 4590 S. Virginia St., Reno, NV 89502

Reno Tahoe Hotels Offering Discounts to Evacuees

Some Reno Tahoe hotels with availability are offering discounts to evacuated residents and first responders. Hotel availability is rapidly changing. Please contact the hotel for the most up-to-date room information and potential discounts. Hotels may request proof of residency within affected areas.

Peppermill Resort Hotel

(800) 648-6992

Grand Sierra Resort

(800) 501-2651

Aloft Hotels Reno (pet-friendly)

(775) 501-6330

Boomtown Casino Hotel

(866) 553-8360

Courtyard by Marriott Reno Downtown/Riverfront

(775) 324-0400 (ask for Evacuee Discount)

Holiday Inn Express & Suites


The Jesse (pet-friendly)


Reno Suites

775-785-1111 EXT 1

Atlantis Casino Resort Spa


Hyatt Regency Lake Tahoe (pet-friendly)

775-832-1234 (ask for Lake Tahoe Discount)

Tahoe Biltmore Lodge and Casino


Sands Regency


Silver Legacy Casino Resort at THE ROW

(800) 687-8733

Circus Circus Reno at THE ROW

(800) 648-5010

Eldorado Resort Casino at THE ROW

(800) 879-8879

Pet-Friendly Hospitality 

Pet-Friendly Restaurants

Pet-Friendly Hotels

Lake Tahoe Area Road Closures

Currently, road closures are in effect around parts of Lake Tahoe, with US-50, CA-89, SR 88, NV-207 and NV-28 being impacted. Please check local information before planning travel in the area as these routes are being used by fire crews and evacuees.

California Road Closures

Nevada Road Closures 

Critical Information

In the event of a wildfire and any pending evacuations, it’s important to be prepared and ready to act.  For the most up-to-date information on park closures and access to trails and public land, please refer to these resources.


USDA Forest Service Temporarily Closes National Forests for Public Safety

Lake Tahoe California State Park Closures

Lake Tahoe Nevada State Parks Closed Due to Poor Air Quality

Cal Fire Incident Report – Caldor Fire  

Eldorado County Caldor Fire Information

Protecting Your Health  

Smoke from wildfires in California and Nevada can impact air quality. Your health is our number one priority, so please consider the Air Quality Index (AQI) before heading outside.

Lake Tahoe Basin – Smoke Outlook

How Can I Help?

Take the Traveler Responsibility Pledge

Donate to the Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to help support those affected by the Western Wildfires

Additional Information

The Discovery is partnering with Project: Camp, an LA-based non-profit organization, to offer day camps this Wednesday-Friday (September 1-3) to support children and families impacted by the fires.

The camps are for children ages 6-16 and run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a full day of activities. Participation is free.