In 1926, with the completion of the Lincoln Highway, city fathers wanted something that would make Reno stand out in the ... More
Old Reno Arch
In 1926, with the completion of the Lincoln Highway, city fathers wanted something that would make Reno stand out in the minds of those who visited the city. So the Reno arch was erected. In 1964, it came down and was banished to the scrap yard for a while. Since that time, the old arch has been moved to different spots in the city before finally finding a permanent home on Lake Street near the National Automobile Museum . Not as glitzy as the newer signs that have followed it, the old arch was a modern marvel that welcomed the likes of movie stars, politicians and divorcees to our fair city.
This park has something for everyone. You can find several interconnecting lakes in this beautiful, tree lined park. There is
no better way to spend an afternoon than strolling through the City of Reno Municipal Rose Garden. Smell the ...
This is a great course for beginners. The greens are small and there are just enough hazards to make a
round of golf interesting. Don't let the sagebrush and geese sway you from trying this course. The course is ...
This is the oldest known site for continuous hot spring activity producing surface mineral deposits in the world today. The
spa dates back to the Virginia City mining days, when Dr. Edna Carver used these healing waters and operated ...
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