Springtime is one of the best times to visit Reno Tahoe for a little relaxation. The area is looking its best – with snow-covered mountains, blossoming flowers in the valley, and a variety of weather conditions. In spring, you can golf and ski in the same day, hike or snowshoe, and paddleboard on Tahoe’s surface or take on the chilling rapids of the Truckee River.
Theses are a few of our favorite reasons to visit Reno Tahoe in the spring. Come enjoy!
Kayakers challenge the Truckee River’s large rapids in downtown Reno, as the snow melts in the Sierra.
Tahoe is looking its best during the spring – snow-capped mountains, blossoms and warm temps.
Pond Skims – if you dare!
Baby wildlife frequent the Reno parks.
Paddleboard on Lake Tahoe’s calm and clear water.
Experience pure bliss as you welcome the first step of the season into the refreshing Lake Tahoe.
Locals will recommend that if you’re going to do it, go all in right away.
Lastly, it’s not spring without frolicking in a field of flowers.
April 6: Pond Skim – Mt. Rose
April 11-14: Reno Ukulele Festival
April 25-27: Reno Jazz Festival
April 28-May5: NCHA Western National Championships
May 2-5 Genoa Cowboy Festival
May 10-12: Western Heritage Festival
May 10-12: Reno River Festival
May 17-19: Spring Wings Bird Festival
May 31-June 1: Reno-Tahoe Odyssey Relay Run Adventure
June 7-9: Street Vibrations Spring Rally