a Reno timeshare is a guarantee of a great family vacation every year or a weekend getaway for the parents to see some shows and enjoy the glamorous casinos.
Terrific Four Season Fun
Reno is a year-round vacation destination with fantastic skiing and other winter sports just a few miles away at lower prices than the Lake Tahoe slopes. Summertime brings mountain biking, hiking and the largest outdoor climbing wall in the world. Not to mention the numerous championship golf courses, including Lakeridge, that offer year-round play.
Just a three-hour drive from your Reno timeshare is Black Rock City, you can make a day trip to Burning Man, the art show in the desert if that is on your bucket list of things to do. If you prefer to remain in Reno, you can visit the Nevada Museum of Art which is the home to the largest archive of Burning Man art. Reno is also famous for its huge collection of public art, much of which came from Burning Man.
Activities Unique to Reno
While Reno has all the glamour and glitz of the celebrity guest performers, street entertainment and endless gaming, it also offers some of the most impressive attractions in the West. The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum is an interactive science attraction where adults and children are amazed. The National Championship Air Races are held over Reno’s sky in September. Animal Ark is a unique wildlife refuge that is just outside Reno. It gives a home to wildlife that cannot be released in the wild. The enclosures mimic the natural habitats of bears, cheetahs, wolves and tortoises and many more. The National Automobile Museum showcases cars that were once owned by Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra and John Wayne.
When you own a Reno timeshare you have a private vacation home that not only has all the comforts of home but also has access to luxury resort amenities. The upkeep and maintenance are taken care of, so you just arrive and enjoy your fully equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi, several flat-screen TVs, one or more bedrooms and separate dining and living areas.
Best Time to Visit
The city of Reno calls itself the Biggest Little City in the World and it is certainly big on year-round outdoor recreation and entertainment. If you want fewer crowds, visit in April or May or September or October. The summer and winter are the high seasons and the prices may be higher, but if you have a Reno timeshare, this isn’t a problem for you. Reno may not have the press attention Las Vegas has, but there is world-class entertainment for the whole family.