Reno Casinos

Including Sparks Casinos

 Let's face it, one of the biggest draws to the Reno area is the gaming casinos and resorts. They've been a mainstay of the area for decades, and it is what people are most likely to think of when they consider the Biggest Little City. Reno casinos range from tiny little spots with a few slot machines lined up against the walls to huge resorts with famous names that also have table games, showrooms, hotels, swimming pools, restaurants, spas and more. Many of the Reno casinos have players' clubs for you to join. The more you play, the more you can rack up points that can be used for a variety of perks, not the least being meals at the on-site restaurants, but they can also include special discounts on rooms or entertainment. When you're ready to take a break from gambling, many of the Reno casinos have lounges that feature superb local musical talent and showrooms that present some of the biggest names in the music world today. Some of the casinos also have sports book betting for those who want to put a wager on the big game. And if you time your visit right, you might be able to participate in a poker, blackjack or slots tournament. If you'd like to edge up your knowledge of gambling regulations before you come, check in with the official Nevada Gaming Controls Board information.

Finding the Reno Casinos

The downtown area is where many of the big-name Reno casinos are located. Some of them are even connected so that you can go from one to another without ever going outside. A few of the other casinos that can be considered destination resorts are spread out in different parts of the city, and their size and architecture help give Reno a distinct and interesting skyline.

Downtown Reno

Reno Casino
40 E 4th St, Pavilion A, Reno
(775) 313-4080

Downtown Reno is a vibrant and exciting area to visit, offering something for everyone. It's home to the famous Reno Arch, numerous casinos, more

Downtown Reno is a vibrant and exciting area to visit, offering something for everyone. It' more

Close to the airport on the Reno-Sparks border, Baldini’s has more than 500 video poker and slot machines as well as keno. This is a place to go if you’ more

A family-owned and -operated business, Bonanza Casino first opened its doors in 1973, and a friendly atmosphere keeps it a locals' favorite to this more

Club Cal Neva has been a top choice with guests since it opened in downtown Reno in 1962. It provides a classic Reno experience. Gaming includes slots, more

Located inside the Reno Ramada Hotel, Diamond’s Casino has more than 200 slot and video poker machines. For a nostalgic trip to yesteryear, there are more