Reno's Top Casinos Walking Tour, Reno

Reno's Top Casinos Walking Tour (Self Guided), Reno

Reno was the gambling capital of the USA until the middle of the 20th century, when it handed this status over to Las Vegas. But it still remains attractive for thousands of gamblers from all over the world. It turns into a town of lights in the evening and an exciting gambling adventure begins. Reno’s major casinos are concentrated in the downtown area so they can be easily accessed. You won’t find a place that is more fun, lucky and exciting than Reno. Don't leave Reno without visiting at least some of the casinos included in the guide below.
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Reno's Top Casinos Walking Tour Map

Guide Name: Reno's Top Casinos Walking Tour
Guide Location: USA » Reno (See other walking tours in Reno)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 8
Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.2 Km or 1.4 Miles
Author: ellen
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Club Cal-Neva
  • Harrah's Reno
  • The Nugget
  • Eldorado
  • Silver Legacy
  • Circus Circus
  • Sands Regency
  • Gold Dust West
Club Cal-Neva

1) Club Cal-Neva

Club Cal-Neva Casino is a great opportunity to hit the jackpot. It was included in the top 10 best Casinos in USA Today. It takes up three floors of exciting gaming and offers the best betting among city gambling casinos. It has 45 table games and is equipped with large screens where you can view all that is happening in the casino. Club Cal-Neva has been awarded best sports and race book in recent years. And it features 1,300 slot machines offering 99% payback. Playing just an hour, you eat for free. You won’t find more professional and attentive staff than in Club Cal-Neva.
Harrah's Reno

2) Harrah's Reno

Reno is the birthplace of Harrah's Reno Gaming Corporation founded in 1937. It was reputed as the largest gaming corporation in the world. The casino at Reno offers entertainment of high value and exciting gaming in a modern, comfortable atmosphere. There are lots of fabulous ways to win. The gaming area of 53,100 square foot offers 900 slot machines, video poker and video reel machines, Wheel of Fortune and other progressives. Roulette is the most famous gambling game in the world and you can try your luck at legendary Harrah's Reno.
The Nugget

3) The Nugget

The Nugget Reno Casino invites you to have fun and win Double Jackpots every fifteen minutes. Often called “little Nugget” by local people, it is the smallest casino in Reno, having no table games, but only 131 slot and Poker machines. The casino also organizes Poker tournaments of different levels. The Nugget serves the best hometown food in the city. It has a friendly atmosphere and you won’t feel like a stranger there.

4) Eldorado

The Eldorado Casino features one of the largest gaming areas in Reno, to the tune of 81,000 square feet. It offers entertainment to all types of gamblers and has been voted best in Reno for the last two years. The casino offers 1,300 slot machines of different kinds: video poker and keno, criss-crosses, progressives and others. Its 82-table games include Let It Ride Poker, Blackjack, Pai Gow Tiles, Roulette, Baccarat, Craps and Poker. Moreover, if you love sports, you can visit its Race and Sports Book and try your luck. Eldorado Casino is a non-stop adventure with much fun and excitement.
Silver Legacy

5) Silver Legacy

The modern casino with chic classic design and a large 85,000 square foot space at Silver Legacy invites you into a fascinating adventure in the world of gambling and luck. It is located in downtown Reno, in a magnificent building with domed architecture. The casino offers 85 table games and more than 1,500 slot machines. One of the favorite and oldest gambling games is Keno; you can play in the comfortable lounge on the mezzanine floor. There are also non-smoking zones with automated poker tables and one hundred slot machines.
Circus Circus

6) Circus Circus

With such an attractive name, Circus Circus is a not least attractive place for all gamblers. It offers a large 65,000 square foot zone with the hottest games: about 1,000 slot machines, video poker machines and 82 table games. The most popular are Sex and the City, Wheel of Fortune, Red Hot Jackpots, Blackjack, Craps, Big Six and Roulette. The Poker Room’s friendliest staff organizes tournaments every day. But remember that you should be 21 or older to play in the casino.
Sands Regency

7) Sands Regency

A not very large but comfortable and friendly casino of Sands Regency offers a large variety of popular games. It features 600 slot machines as well as 22 table games. Try your luck at Keno, Roulette, Poker, Let it Ride and Pipeline Sports Lounge. The Bingo room has up to 200 seats. Classic and most recent slot machine games will give you much excitement and joy. Sands Regency also houses six restaurants with superb cuisine.
Gold Dust West

8) Gold Dust West

Gold Dust West Casino’s policy is to make every visit enjoyable. It is located at walking distance from downtown Reno. This is a non-stop casino that offers superb gaming at excellent value. The casino features 500 from the penny to the dollar slot machines. Try its video poker, keno, reels and you will certainly hit the jackpot.

Walking Tours in Reno, Nevada

Create Your Own Walk in Reno

Create Your Own Walk in Reno

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Reno Introduction Walking Tour

Reno Introduction Walking Tour

In keeping with Nevada's overall gambling theme, Reno – nicknamed “The Biggest Little City in the World” – is big on casinos, as well as ski resorts. However, there's more to Reno than just that. If you're into cars, downtown Reno hosts the National Automobile Museum featuring over 200 vintage cars for your enjoyment. To see what else the city of Reno has to offer, follow...  view more

Tour Duration: 3 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.3 Km or 2.7 Miles