Nightlife in Reno Tahoe

How to Spring Break in Reno Tahoe – College Edition

Nestled against the Sierra Nevada mountains, Lake Tahoe’s clear blue water makes it a must-see destination for all. North America’s largest alpine lake is home to world-class ski resorts and acclaimed beach shores. On the valley floor, Reno shines bright with neon lights as it showcases its vibrant art, food and entertainment scene. Coined as the Biggest Little City in the World, the area has a way of piquing everyone’s interests.

Experience the Art Scene

The art scene in Reno Tahoe is unlike any other. We have more than 100 murals throughout downtown and Midtown Reno and a collection of art straight from the playa. City Plaza is home to the iconic BELIEVE sculpture and Space Whale, and Bicentennial Park along the Truckee River features an eclectic mix of sculptures. Reno’s newest art district, the Neon Line District features several Burning Man sculptures that will rotate every few years.

Hit the Slopes

Don’t put your winter gear away just yet because Reno Tahoe ski resorts are known for their epic spring skiing conditions. Expect longer days, sunny skies and endless good times. Don’t know how to ski or snowboard? No worries, there are plenty of lessons offered so you can shred those slopes too! Use #RenoTahoe for all your epic snow pics!

Sip on Craft Beer

There are more than 20 breweries in Reno Tahoe, so if craft beer is your jam then you’re coming to the right place. Check out award-winning places like Brasserie Saint James, Great Basin Brewing Co. or IMBĪB Custom Brews. Still thirsty? Check out the Reno Tahoe Brew Map for a complete list of local breweries. If you’re in the mood to explore and sample a few Reno favorites, gather your crew and book a ride on the Reno Brew Bike for the ultimate pub crawl.

Happy Spring Break!

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Some scroll through the day. Others seize it. Go do something crazy. And tag it #RenoTahoe so we can see it.
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