The friendliest stop on the road is the Alamo Casino and Travel Center just off I-80 in Sparks, Nevada. With a full casino featuring all your favorite slots and table games, a full-service bar, an Iron Skillet restaurant, Super 8 Motel and Petro Stopping Center, Alamo Casino is where professional drivers and local customers Stop, Play and Win!
Dotty's Casino - Sparks Review. Dotty’s Casino, a part of Nevada Restaurant Services Inc. has 6 establishments in Washoe County, Nevada. All Dotty’s Casinos feature a selection of electronic gaming machines including U1s and Powervision offering a mix of keno, poker and video slots.
The Sparks Parks and Recreation Department provides programming for all ages and abilities, including sports leagues/camps/competitions, aquatics, arts, dance, community classes, senior outings, kids out-of-school programs, activities for people with disabilities, special events and more.
Gator Swamp Park 255 Egyptian Drive, Sparks (click to view a map) Park Ranger: (775) 425-1866 A four-acre neighborhood park next to Alyce Taylor Elementary School, the park features a multi-purpose soccer/Little League field, shaded group and individual picnic areas (non-reservable), a children's playground area, volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, and a walking path.
Golden Valley Park Hillview Way, Golden Valley (click to view a map) Park Ranger: (775) 785-4512 A small covered group picnic area is available on a first- come, first-serve basis. Located off of Estates Road (turn left on Margaret), the park serves the Golden Valley community.
We offer a wide array of treatments and spa packages designed to pamper, restore, and rejuvenate. Grand Sierra Resort’s massage therapists will send your muscles into complete relaxation accompanied by aromatherapy to send your senses into full retreat from reality. We also offer couples massage. The offerings don’t end with massage, however.
The Great Reno Balloon Race. Mailing Address: PO Box 12695 Reno, NV 89510. Office Location: 1425 E. Greg Street Sparks, NV 89431. Phone: (775) 826-1181. Fax: (775) 829-2987. Feel free to email us with any of your questions or comments. For media inquiries, please visit our Media Page.
Huffaker Hills Trail is a 1.8 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Reno, Nevada that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
It's Last Chance Joe [according to a plaque next to the statue]. [Dennis Myers, 03/21/2007] Last Chance Joe, a smiling, one-toothed, white-bearded prospector with a floppy hat, was built in Los Angeles in 1952 and shipped out to Sparks on May 12, 1958.
Lazy 5 Regional Park Click here to view the 2018 Concert Series schedule! 7100 Pyramid Lake Highway, Spanish Springs (click to view a map) Park Ranger: (775) 424-1866 Lazy 5 Regional Park, located within Spanish Springs Valley, is named for a ranch previously operated in the area.
Nearby restaurants include Pizza Factory, Sparks and Smoke BBQ Takeout and Alderto's. 2346 Melody Ln is near Taylor Memorial Park, University of Nevada - Reno and Eighth Street Park. There are some bike lanes and the terrain has steep hills. 2346 Melody Ln is somewhat bikeable, there is minimal bike infrastructure.
Nevada’s State Historical Markers. Nevada has installed 266 roadside markers that bring attention to Nevada's heritage. In 1967, the Nevada State Legislature initiated the marker program to commemorate events as well as places as diverse as the Old Spanish Trail through Southern Nevada, the story of Diamondfield Jack Davis in Jackpot, and the ...
Rancho San Rafael Regional Park. 1595 North Sierra St., Reno, NV 89503 (click to view a map) Park Ranger: (775) 785-4512 The park has an enchanting variety of facilities. Don't be fooled by the sagebrush and dusty trail on the north side of the park. There are mysteries to explore and discoveries to be made in the wetland habitat.
Last Chance Joe Sparks Museum Events Conveniently located off I-80 on the corner of Victorian Ave and Pyramid way, the Sparks Museum and Cultural Center inspires dynamic connections to northern Nevada’s unique heritage through creative programs, exhibits and publications.
Last Friday on Victorian Square is a monthly event with free activities for families City of Sparks partners with Sparks Museum and Cultural Center to bring people downtown to experience... Senior Services. Community Sports. The City of Sparks offers community sports classes, teams, and activities for people of all ages and abilities.
This facility preserves the life and legacy of Wilbur D. May. In addition to his life as an adventurer and world traveler, rancher, artist, pilot, businessman, and Soldier, Wilbur was a committed philanthropist in the Reno community - in particular toward education and well-being for children.