The National Bowling Stadium is one of Reno’s best-known attractions, and the 44 lanes at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center will be a sight to see, but once bowlers have finished their time on the lanes, the city and surrounding area have so much to offer visitors.
Reno hosts several annual festivals throughout the year, so no matter when you are bowling, there is sure to be a great event to attend.
Some of the bigger annual events include the Reno Jazz Festival, which will celebrate its 50th year of great music in late April, the Rock ‘N Roll Revival in early June and the Reno River Festival, also in June. The Whole Foods Hometowne Farmer’s Market in Sparks runs each Thursday starting in June and features fresh produce, live music, arts and crafts and much more.
Reno also offers great places to shop, play golf, enjoy water sports or a little gambling. For the sports fans, there's also the Reno Aces baseball team, and the National Basketball Association's Development League Reno Bighorns to entertain you.
When it’s time to take a break for lunch or dinner, you can always find a place for a great meal in Reno. The city has a diverse choice of restaurants and buffets, and many are close to the concention center.
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