National Bowling Stadium: The National Bowling Stadium has coined the Taj Mahal of Tenpin when it was founded in 1995. With over 70 lanes, it’s a huge bowling stadium that’s pretty epic to visit.
Reno Air Races: The Reno Air Races is a week-long air racing event in Northern Nevada. It makes the site of the former Stead Air Force Base a busy place every September and usually just after the Ballon Festival.
Pyramid Lake: Another of Reno’s best sightseeing spots is Pyramid Lake at the basin of the Truckee River. We actually visited here before heading to Burning Man and totally loved it.
Hunter Creek trail: If you’re a keen hiker, you’ll find this trail a breeze but for those newer to hiking, you’ll likely find this a moderate-paced hike. Whatever the case, it’s a gorgeous route and you’ll even get to spot the waterfall!
Explore the Casinos: Reno might not be as glitzy or on the same scale as Las Vegas but it still has a fair few casinos that are something of an institution in the city.
Washoe Lake: Around a 30-minute drive from Reno, Washoe Lake is well worth a visit whilst driving south to Carson City.