Camping in Reno offers a bit of everything – sweeping views of the Sierra Nevada mountains, convenient RV hookups and proximity to downtown and the Truckee River. You can truly tailor your camping experience to meet everyone’s expectations and interests.
Looking for the best campgrounds in Reno? You’ve come to the right place. Pitch a tent and experience your next unforgettable camping adventure.
Searching for your next RV destination? Reno offers several clean and beautiful RV parks throughout the city.
For those who love the open road but enjoy the comforts of home, there are a number of RV resorts and parks in Reno.
River West Resort, located west of downtown Reno on the Truckee River, offers views of the rushing river and Idlewild Park, all within minutes of dining and shopping.
For those interested in the casino action, amenities and close proximity to downtown, the Grand Sierra Resort & Casino RV Park puts you close to everything. Freeway access is just minutes away and all the amenities of the casino are right next door.
If you’re looking for a more peaceful, nature-filled escape, consider the Boomtown KOA RV park. Located at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountains, this RV park combines wilderness with upscale amenities. The Truckee River is nearby, offering campers the ability to explore and swim, and nearby Boomtown Casino offers plenty of entertainment for adults and kids.
There are a plethora of options for tent camping within a short drive of downtown Reno, including Boca Reservoir, Davis Creek, Washoe Lake State Park and Logger Campground.
Be sure to check ahead of time for reservation options and any seasonal restrictions that may be in place.
Reno campgrounds and RV parks offer some of the best when it comes to alpine and high-desert camping. A unique combination of forest and desert makes it a truly interesting area to explore. There are plenty of options for outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, swimming or boating, and almost all of it is accessible by car.
Want to know the best part about camping in Reno? No matter where you stay, you will always be close to all of the amenities that Reno has to offer, including restaurants, bars and events!
And whether you decided to stay in the city or outside of it, outdoor attractions are always nearby. Pack up and pitch a tent or park your RV. We can’t wait to see you here!
Interested in Lake Tahoe camping? Enjoy views of Big Blue at one of Lake Tahoe’s several campgrounds.
Cost of campgrounds vary depending on location, time of year and type of campground. Each campground and RV park lists camping costs on their websites. Learn more about RV park rates here.
Length of stay varies by RV park. Some parks in Reno offer extended or permanent stays, including River West Resort, Reno RV Park, Shamrock RV Park and Keystone RV Park, to name a few.
Most RV parks in Reno are pet friendly! We recommend checking with each individual RV park’s pet policies before bringing your furry pal along.
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