Things to do in Truckee, California
The Barracuda Championship is located at Old Greenwood in Truckee, California. When you’re not at the tournament, be sure to take time to explore this charming small town. With its rich history, vibrant art culture and outdoor activities, Truckee offers something for everyone.
Wander through the town’s clothing boutiques, sports shops, and art galleries. Treat your taste buds to an old-fashioned milkshake from Bud’s Ice Cream or a pizza from Best Pies Pizzeria. Or take a tour of the downtown Truckee history museum. Take a hike and enjoy the beautiful mountain scenery.
For more information about this charming town or to book a hotel or mountain home, visit https://www.visittruckeetahoe.com/plan
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Things to do in Reno/Tahoe
Reno Tahoe isn’t your basic vacation destination. It’s a place were ambition thrives and your sense of adventure can run wild. Discover mountain peaks, alpine lakes and high desert – all converging to create a unique playground for whatever your heart desires. Explore downtown Reno where neon lights up the night, murals and art installations are larger-than-life and the food, coffee and brewery scene ensure you won’t leave hungry or thirsty. So come see what all the buzz is about. Where will you start? Check out VisitRenoTahoe.com for trip inspiration.
Visitor Information and Area Golf Courses
Our events calendar is filled with one-of-a-kind events, which might make it hard to decide when to visit. Almost every weekend of the year you can find festivals celebrating music, food, art and more. From iconic events like the Reno Rodeo and Hot August Nights, to recently added annual events like Off Beat Music Festival, you’ll find something to spark your interest, and perhaps your curiosity.
Reno Tahoe is well-known as a golf destination, with dozens of pristine golf courses within a short drive of downtown Reno. You can tee off against the backdrop of Lake Tahoe or the Sierra Nevada. And it’s been said that our mountain air means your golf ball flies farther. There’s only one way to find out – browse the area’s many golf courses.