John Ascuaga’s Nugget’s twin hotel towers illuminate the Reno-Sparks skyline with 1,600 rooms, nine restaurants, 110,000 square feet of convention space, full-service concierge, covered and valet parking, salon/spa, indoor/outdoor atrium pool, 1,288 slot machines, Bingo, live poker, table games, tournaments and attentive staff representing 32 languages.
Take A Trip To Pyramid Lake's Paiute Trive Museum & Visitors Center To Learn Important Information About A Tremendously Important Native American Site and Boundless Recreational Acitivies In This Fascinating Area
Pyramid Lake’s sparkling waters and tufa formations stand out like gem in Nevada’s desert landscape. Allow the state’s third National Scenic Byway to introduce you to it. SR 445 (Pyramid Way), which runs north from the city of Sparks, takes you along the ancient lake’s west shore. The first nationally designated scenic byway entirely within a tribal reservation, the road trip offers views of Pyramid Lake’s natural tufa rock formations – a pyramid-shaped rock juts out of the water and is the lake’s namesake.
Northern Nevada's largest family amusement park features a seasonal outdoor waterpark, miniature golf courses, large arcade and redemption area, go-kart raceway and bowling.