USA Volleyball. Triple Crown Sports. USA Fencing. Some of the most prestigious names in sports host their events here. They learned first-hand that Reno Tahoe is a destination that goes above and beyond the RFP. Believe us when we say our willingness to help your event succeed defines our hands-on approach. Become a believer.
Contact Shelli Fine, Director of Sports Development, to make your event too good to be true
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From mid-sized venues to 100,000 square feet facilities, we can accommodate any size event. Conveniently located hotels, close proximity to Reno-Tahoe International Airport, and access to taxis and buses mean peace of mind for your participants when it comes to travel to and around the region.
Over 300,000 square feet of contiguous, vastly columnless space makes it perfect for indoor athletic competition. The building includes five convention halls, a 30,000 square foot ballroom for ceremonies and more than 100,000 square feet of meeting space. With various configurations that allow multiple halls to be used simultaneously for competition, there is not a more versatile indoor sports-meeting facility on the West Coast. Now with bleacher and riser seating capacity for more than 3,000, the RSCC can provide your competitors with a world-class experience and save your organization a considerable amount of money all at the same time. Boasting average costs 30% less than competing destinations, what’s possible just might surprise you.
We have had events of every size utilize the RSCC for competition. Major events, like Jam On It Basketball Academy’s Memorial Day Tournament, put more than 50 basketball courts in the building at once. More than 70 courts were set for last year’s NCVA’s Far Western Championships. Is your event smaller in scale? We’ve hosted USA Handball’s Nationals, with six courts in two halls. No budget is too small and no event is too large.
Every square foot of Reno’s most versatile venue is built for hosting events. Its flexible 7,000 seat capacity and its location in the liveliest part of the city make it the pace to be in Reno. The NBA D-League, Big Sky Conference, Reno Tournament of Champions and many others have utilized the stadium atmosphere to produce brilliant competitions. Examine the attached floor plan to see if you can too.
The only facility of its kind in the world, the National Bowling Stadium is dedicated to the sport of bowling. Opening in 1995, The Los Angeles Times called it the “Taj Mahal of Tenpins.” Living up to its name, the Stadium was elegantly designed with the tournament bowler in mind.
In recent years, the NBS has undergone a sparkling update to the playing surface, while still maintaining an incredible atmosphere for a fun and competitive event. With 78 lanes upstairs and 10 in a private function space downstairs, we are confident we can produce an experience you and your competitors will remember for years.
As bowlers and visitors enter on Center Street, they are greeted by an impressive four story lobby. Two glass elevators and an escalator provide easy access for the bowlers and their equipment to reach the fourth floor Tournament Level. The 78 championship lanes beckon competitors to try their luck. The National Bowling Stadium boasts the longest video screen in the world which is capable of projecting video images as well as state-of-the-art scoring graphics across its 440 foot length. Here tournament bowlers can easily check in and register for their next event. A state-of-the-art registration area, which includes internet access and Wi-Fi, enables the tournament staff to conduct their tournament utilizing the in-house automatic scoring system with the latest tournament software to provide tournament standings, brackets, and side pots results almost immediately.
The Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center is the location of choice for many equestrian events, as well as the home of the Reno Rodeo and other prestigious events. The RSLEC is situated on 43 acres of land located a few minutes from downtown Reno and 10 minutes from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport. The building features two indoor and two outdoor arenas, 3,100 paved and lighted parking spaces, 660 stalls and a 20,000-square-foot exhibition hall. The climate-controlled main arena has seating for 6,200 people, three show offices and a 150-by-300-foot dirt-floor arena.
This state-of-the-art facility is located on 140 acres in Sparks and features 1.4 million square feet of artificial turf. The park is designed to accommodate the diverse needs of sports enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels.