While you are in town and ready for a Reno RV rental, you might want to know what’s available. There are several types of RVs available for rent in the city, so you can choose one that is the right size for your family and has the amenities you want. Your options can include the following types:
With so many options for an RV rental in Reno, it’s helpful to have a listing of the available types, which is why RVshare’s RV classes page can be helpful.
Some of the best campgrounds in the area, like River Rest Resort, are great for providing you with a place to keep your RV while you get to know the Reno area. When you’re staying at a campground like this one or another in the area, you’ll also find that there are some noteworthy conveniences. For example, at just about any Reno RV campground, you’ll find electrical and water hookups, a friendly campground community, and an easy commute to the Reno strip. There are dozens of RV campgrounds to consider in the area, so you can check out more than one during your trip.
Nevada is known for a single national park: the Great Basin National Park. This park is about 387 miles away from Reno, but with an RV, this is a fairly easy and comfortable trip, especially if you make stops at Nevada RV campgrounds along the way. The park itself has 77,000 miles of land to explore and is also one of the newest national parks. If you love to off-road, this park has a lot of inclines and rough paths, so toy hauler camper rentals in Reno are very popular for visitors of this national park.
RV owners seldom utilize their RV for the entire year, and when it’s time to store their RV, most use a storage facility because these protect the vehicle from external factors like the elements and vandalism. There are several options in and around Reno, and pricing can be very reasonable. Businesses like Wells RV Storage and Caughlin Ranch Storage also are optimally placed, and getting to them from the strip is fairly easy.
From time to time, you’ll need to get rid of your grey and black water, which is why stopping at dumpstations become an essential part of your trip. With the exception of Wave Car Wash, most of the dumpstations in Reno are at campgrounds. These include Silver Sage RV Park, Sierra Valley RV Park, Bordertown Casino RV Resort, and Bonanza Terrace RV Park.
If you’re going to be in Reno during the July 4th weekend, then you’ll have a wealth of activities to engage in during your RV stay. For example, a trip from Reno to Carson City is only a 32-mile trip, and if you opt to travel there, you’ll be visiting the state capital of Nevada. Also, there’s always a wealth of shows that are family friendly in the city, but if you’re still unsure, RVshare has a trip planner that you can use to plan your trips.
When you’re visiting Reno, there’s a wealth of activities to do, even outside of the main gambling areas. For example, Reno is home to the National Automobile Museum (The Harrah Collection) as well as the Reno Air Races. Are you looking to see a show? Reno is also home to the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts.
When it comes to sporting teams, one of the biggest in the Reno, Nevada area is the Reno Bighorns. The Bighorns are a basketball organization with some popular players. Additionally, if you want to view celestial bodies, the Discovery and the Fleischmann Atmospherium Planetarium will provide a truly out-of-this-world experience.
One of the most convenient highways in Reno is Interstate 80, which covers the east to west traffic in and around Reno. Additionally, Interstate 580 is also an option in the area if you’re going north to south. Both of these interstates grant easy access to the city, and both are very convenient to use.