Over 5 million people visit Reno each year, and with good reason. The entire Reno/Sparks area is surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, affording tourists with numerous recreational activities.
A world-class tourist destination with a rich arts scene, convention center and year-round outdoor activities, Reno has something for everyone inside its 100 square miles (and we're a mere 45 minutes away from Lake Tahoe and some of the country's best ski resorts.)
Reno rests at a comfortable 4,400 feet above sea level, and gets over 300 sunny days each year. We get about 12 inches of precipitation annually, with lots of snow falling at the 15 easily-accessible ski resorts in the Lake Tahoe area.
There is a Minyan every Shabbos morning at 10:00 a.m. followed by a Kiddush.Periodically, there are Minyanim during the week. Please call once you get here to see if there is a Minyan. Chabad's office number is: 775-825-8928
The Atlantis, Peppermill, and Vagabond Inn are all in walking of our shul.We suggest that you book early as there are a lot of events during the year as these hotels/motelsmay get sold out.
Kosher food in Reno is limited to basic supermarket products. These can be found at: Whole Foods Market, Trader Joes (Which has Kosher Meat and Cholov Yisroel Cheese.) and Walmart in Southwest Reno. Kosher food is even more limited in the Lake Tahoe area.