Reno Tahoe Spring Break Ideas For the Family
Spring break is almost here, which means it’s time to plan a week away from your everyday life, and spend time with your family. With warmer temperatures expected in the coming weeks, Reno Tahoe is the perfect place to plan your vacation. Here are some spring break ideas for family fun in Reno Tahoe.
Ski in Tahoe
March has been said to be the best skiing month in Reno Tahoe and with all the snow that has fallen this winter season, there has never been a better time to take your family up to the slopes. Whether you’re a family of beginners or experienced riders, Reno Tahoe is home to over 15 ski resorts that can meet the needs of any family. Make this spring break a thrilling, outdoor adventure for you and your kids. For more information about ski resorts in Reno Tahoe, visit our ski resort search page.
Visit the Animal Ark
The Animal Ark is re-opening from winter closure and the animals are ready to play again. Bring your family to meet El Santo the jaguar, Gracie the black bear and Moyo the cheetah during spring break. The Animal Ark will be opening for the summer season on March 26 with tickets starting at $10 for adults and $6.50 for children. For more information, visit our events page.
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Take your family to the circus this year as the 69th annual Shriners Circus comes to Reno March 18 – 20. There will be 6 shows within 3 days, with tickets starting at $14 for children and $16 for adults. The circus will take place in the Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center and tickets can be purchased at participating Scolari’s and Sak n Save stores, or at the The Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center Box office. For more information, check out our events page.
Fun Quest Easter Egg Hunt
The Fun Quest inside the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino is hosting an Easter Egg hunt for children of all ages on Easter, March 27. Bring your family to meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for tickets throughout Tumbletown for the younger kids and the Battlefield arena for children over 7. There will be 3 hunts starting at 11 am, 2 pm and 4 pm, for $5 per child. Whoever finds the golden egg will win 5,000 tickets and each child entered will receive a $5 game play card. For more information, visit the Grand Sierra Resort and Casino website.
The Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum
Spend a day at the Discovery museum with your kids participating in hands-on science, art and nature galleries and exhibitions. The Discovery Museum is currently hosting an exhibition from National Geographic, “Monster Fish: In Search of the Last River Giants,” that ends on April 24. Tickets for the museum are $10 for adults and children. For more information, visit the Discovery Museum website.
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