Reno Limo Services & Rentals
Limo in Reno: Luxury Limousine Service for Any Occasion
Luxury limousine service or party bus in Reno (NV) for every occasion, such as: airport ride (RNO
or another), birthday party, wedding, prom, excursion; night-on-the-town, corporate or group outing, concert,
sporting event, anniversary, bachelor party, bachelorette party, to and from cruise port, funeral, graduation,
holiday light tour, school dance and wine/private tour.
The following type of limo is usually available, depending upon location: luxury sedan & SUV,
stretch limo & SUV, van, mini-bus, motorcoach, antique, classic and trolley/carriage.
is the 3rd biggest city in Nevada, and lays claim to being the “biggest little city in the
world”. Many out of state visitors come to Reno expecting it to be a smaller version of Las Vegas, but Reno has a
character all its own. Those looking for casinos and gambling will find plenty here, but they’ll also find a number
of opportunities for outdoor adventure.
There are many good hikes in and around Reno Nevada. The Hunter Creek Trail is a 5-mile round-trip
hike down canyon walls and through the forest to a peaceful and attractive waterfall. For a view of the canyon from
above visitors should try the Jones Creek/White Creek Loop. Hiker in the mood for an alpine experience can take the
somewhat more demanding Mt. Rose trail and get wonderful views of Washoe Valley and the Tahoe Basin.
There are several state parks near Reno to enjoy. The Davis Creek Regional Park 20 miles south of
Reno gives visitors the opportunity to paddle around Washoe Lake, camp in the Toiyabe National Forest or hike the
Sierra Mountains. Galena Creek Park has cross-country skiing trails for use in the winter, as well as hills for
sledding. Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park’s 13,400 acres are chock full of outdoor adventure, including a bike trail
over the Comstock-era water flume 1,600 feet over Lake Tahoe.
The Truckee River Whitewater Park is open all year round in the heart of downtown Reno. There are
11 drop pools and Class II & III rapids to ride, and a kayak racing course is under construction.
Viva Las … Reno? The Forgotten Casino City
Oh, the city of Reno. It doesn’t quite have
the same ring as Las Vegas, does it? Don’t let the lack of publicity fool you, however. Reno is known as “The
Biggest Little City in the World.” That’s no small honor. In actuality, Reno is the third-largest city in the state
of Nevada. Driving through the main strip, underneath the lighted sign proclaiming the city’s slogan, visitors
experience a unique setting. Although humbled by the all-encompassing presence that is the casino home land Las
Vegas, Reno still has quite a lot to offer its many visitors.
Reno tries to match the large gambling cities
With the two giants of the U.S., Las
Vegas and Atlantic City, the smaller Reno loses some luster; but since 1931 when gambling was legalized in the
state, Reno has been on the fast track, even if slightly behind the race’s leaders. The media forgets the city;
young vacationers don’t find it sexy enough for their entertainment purposes. But that doesn’t stop Reno from being
one of the most flourishing tourist industries on the West Coast to date.
The city remains a vital transportation hub for the entire Western United States, not to mention a
thriving economic base; one that, as it so happens, is still proving vital during a recession. Atlantic City,
unfortunately, cannot say the same. In recent years, the city of Reno has undergone multiple and aggressive
expansion plans to include transportation aspects such as a modern railroad system. The downtown area has been
completely refurbished, knocking some of the cobwebs out and replacing drab and mundane hotels and casinos with new
and contemporary resorts.
Beginning with Elvis, Reno was forgotten
But how did Reno become the forgotten city to begin with? After all, everyone loves to gamble. Unfortunately,
especially when considering how swiftly it happened, Reno was a victim of popular culture. In the mid 1960s, acts
like The Rat Pack and Elvis Presley began calling Las Vegas their home. Now, not only could people stop in at Sin
City to partake in otherwise questionable behavior while receiving their gambling fix, they could also be
personally serenaded by Frank Sinatra in the process. Reno didn’t stand a chance.
Reno: Vegas without noise
The city still remains underrated, with large acts like Chris Angel, Penn and Teller and Cirque de Soleil playing
in Vegas, but that doesn’t stop thousands of people from packing Reno night after night. Today’s Reno is considered
a more toned-down version of its illustrious counterpart. A place where folks can go to simply have a good time and
not find themselves bombarded from every angle with relentless noise and distractions.
Reno isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. It doesn’t matter if some would rather drive north to
Vegas; that simply means you’ll always be able to get a great room in Reno. Rent a limo in Reno (NV)!