How to Spring Break in Reno Tahoe – College Edition
Spring Break is here and that means it’s time for sunshine, margaritas and sandy cheeks! If your in Reno Tahoe for your college Spring Break you’ll find that and much, much more. Whether you’re in town to hit the slopes or to just soak up the sun, one thing is for sure – in this region you can do both as a remedy for long classes and daily responsibilities.
Reno Tahoe has a serious case of spring fever this year! While the ski resorts are still open, paddle boarders are beginning to hit the water and Lake Tahoe is turning into the perfect destination for all kinds of outdoor activities. Exploring on your paddle board is the best way to enjoy the lake, even while there is still a little nip in the air and snow on the peaks. Pack some snacks so when you need a break you can take a seat on your board or lounge on the beach as you soak up the sun.
Many of the surrounding ski resorts have announced an extended ski season! Due to the abundance of snow Reno Tahoe received this winter, ski bums can extend their winter endeavors into Spring Break, so those reluctant to put away their skies or snowboards can enjoy some more time up on the slopes. It may seem to good to be true, but a Spring Break with sunny skies, sandy beaches and skiing can only be done in Reno Tahoe.
From fine dining options to sports bars, and all-you-can-eat sushi, the Riverwalk District in downtown Reno has some of the town’s best eateries that won’t disappoint. Tap into the springtime vibe as you can enjoy food and watch the Truckee River flow by. You can also check out Reno Tahoe Restaurants & Dining Guide to find a restaurant that best meets your Spring Break cravings.
Lone Eagle Grille on Tahoe’s North Shore is a perfect setting for recapping the highlights of the day spent at the lake with your friends. You’ll feel right at home no matter who you are or where you’re from as you gather around the fire, roast s’mores and take in an incredible sunset over Lake Tahoe.
Reno Tahoe Breweries
Reno Tahoe breweries focus on providing customers with a good time and even better brews. Emphasizing the local community, these breweries feature must-sip seasonal craft beers that will satisfy any Spring Break craving. Check out Reno’s Brewery Map for an interactive map of some local favorites.
A memorable night is sure to follow when affordable drinks, outgoing staff and dancing is in the mix. Put on your best outfit and favorite dancing shoes because the Grand Sierra Resort is bringing Chris Brown to host at LEX Nightclub, one of Reno’s hottest nightclubs in our region, on Friday, March 17. If this is more of your scene, gather your friends and enjoy a night out to begin your Spring Break the right way. Click here for more nightlife options.
For tips on how to pack accordingly for Spring Break visit our Spring Travel Guide – How to Pack for Your Trip to Reno Tahoe blog.
Happy Spring Break!
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