What to do in Reno except gambling? Most people think of Reno as a place of cheap casinos and cheap brothels. Reno today isn’t just about gambling, it has a lot to offer to thousands of visitors each day. A bus trip to Reno is just about two and a half hour from Sacramento with a variety of scenic views along the bus route. The Amador Stagelines a major luxury bus company in Sacramento, operates a Reno bus service from and to Sacramento to Reno, Nevada including around Lake Tahoe in Sierra Nevada.
Reno was built in the 1860s as a railroad town and used as a staging point of gold prospectors and miners had become an important entertainment center famous for its saloons, brothels, casinos and later for quick weddings and quick divorce.
Today, Reno has grown more wild, offering more outdoor entertainment and extreme activities. The Truckee Whitewater Park offers an exceptional kayaking and rafting excitements on its eleven 3,000 foot drops of Class II and III rapids. The growing popularity of Standup Paddle Boarding had brought the Truckee River in the topmost list among extreme water sports enthusiasts.
For those who just wanted to laze out in Reno, there are several picnic areas where to enjoy. The Winfield Park is an ideal place to camp, picnic, hiking and fishing. It hosts a year-round festivals and a favorite summer hangouts by Reno residents and tourists alike.
Reno could be reached by plane through the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, the second busiest airport in Nevada. The Amador Stagelines also have the bus service providing air commuter as shuttle service from airport to any part of the city and to Lake Tahoe. Going around Reno and having some exciting fun in any of its several outdoor activities, call Amador Stagelines for an early booking or reservation. Reno isn’t all about gambling after all.