Nightlife In Reno Nevada

Are you thinking about taking a trip to Nevada? Perhaps, all that "virtual" gambling on PlayPoker is getting old. If so, forget about Las Vegas and give Reno a shot instead. This city sits high at the foot of the Sierra Nevada and offers a number of luxuries and amenities similar to the more-populated city of Las Vegas. To learn more about what this city has to offer, keep reading.

Nightlife In Reno NevadaMany people refer to Reno as "the biggest little city in the world" because of the high number of tourists and visitors the city receives each and every year. People come from around the world to enjoy Reno's first-class casinos, restaurants, shopping, shows and outdoor activities.

If you're interested in taking a trip to Reno and want to do some gambling, you should stop by the original Harrah's Entertainment. Founded in 1937, this is the birthplace of the Harrah's Entertainment business and is an iconic landmark in the gambling industry. Along with some fun gambling of your choice, you can also kick back and relax at Harrah's Steakhouse. Here you can enjoy New York Strips, Ribeye's or any other cut prepared by some of the top chefs in Nevada.

Of course there are dozens of other places to gamble in Reno as well. The Atlantis Casino is another popular choice that offers over 1,000 guest rooms and a variety of games including poker, blackjack, slots, roulette, craps and more.

There is plenty of nightlife to be had in Reno Nevada. If you're into the club scene, you should check out Edge. This dance club/nightclub will keep you busy until 5 in the morning with their live DJ, full bar and friendly atmosphere.

While your out in Reno, you should take a visit to Lake Taho. This majestic jewel of a lake sits on the border of California and Nevada and is considered to be the largest alpine lake (high altitude) in North America. Originally, it was formed 2 million years ago when the last ice age occurred. Today, it remains a popular tourist destination with people traveling from across the world to enjoy it's ski resorts, canoeing, kayaking, hiking and camping.