March 20th began this year’s spring season and it’s safe to say that the majority of us can’t wait for the weather to warm up. Being cooped up at home can take a toll on your mental and physical health which is why it’s more important now than ever to get out and enjoy some fun springtime activities in Reno. Whether you’re an avid outdoor enthusiast or just want to get out of the house to breathe in some fresh air, there’s something for everyone in Reno to do this spring - even those who are staying in short-term housing. So, what do we have happening in the Reno-Tahoe area this spring? Here’s a list of things to do that will keep you busy until the summer hits.

Fun Springtime Activities To Do in Reno 

Spring in Reno is full of life and adventure. Not only are people getting out and enjoying the sunshine more frequently since the weather is warming up, but nature is in full bloom now. The Reno-Tahoe area offers many outdoor activities from casual walks around the river to breathtaking hiking trails. Take a look below to check out some of our favorite springtime activities to do in Reno!  

baseball game fun springtime activitiesBaseball Games

Here in Reno, we don’t just have baseball games, we have “Aceball” games. The Reno Aces is our city’s AAA baseball team and the locals are always excited to show their support and attend a game at the Greater Nevada Field. The games are fun for fans of all ages and they even go above your expectations with unique events and promotions like Star Wars Night and Fireworks Friday. You can also enjoy all of your favorite baseball treats such as hot dogs, candied apples, and beer. All you have to do is grab a seat, bring your hat, and have a good time! 

Skiing Near Lake Tahoe

Skiing is generally considered a winter sport, but in Reno, Nevada, skiing continues well into the spring season. The resorts are looking to stay open until May - and some even later. There are plenty of ski resorts to choose from including Tahoe Donner, Kirkwood, North Star, and Squaw Valley. Be sure to check out their websites for updated closing dates if you’re interested in planning a trip or hitting the slopes this spring.

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Something we all take for granted is the natural beauty that exists around us, and spring is the perfect time to finally take it all in. Reno is fortunate to have the Truckee River run right through it which provides hundreds of serene nature scenes. There are multiple walking and biking trails surrounding the river that offer some of the best views you might come across. Just don’t forget to bring your camera to capture all the beauty that Reno has to offer!

Hunter Creek Hiking Trail

The Hunter Creek Hiking Trail in Reno is probably the city’s most popular hiking spot - and for good reason. Found at the end of this 6-mile trail is a beautiful waterfall that visitors just can’t get enough of. The trail is heavily trafficked by friendly hikers often accompanied by friends and even dogs. Though this trail may be longer than most novice hikers are used to, it’s a relatively easy trek to get through. And with the unique waterfall at the end, you’re guaranteed to be very satisfied with your experience. If you do decide to hunt down this trail and give it a try, be sure to set aside a good portion of your day as this hike can take a while to complete. Also, be sure to bring your sunscreen! Some parts of the trail are shaded by tall trees, but there are many open areas where you’ll be exposed to bright sunlight. 

Go Golfing

One of Reno’s favorite springtime activities is hitting the greens for a round - or two - of golf. The great thing about golf is you get to enjoy the great outdoors while squeezing in some mild exercise. And the sport is fantastic for men and women of all ages. So, dust off your clubs and start practicing your swing because there are over 50 golf courses to choose from in the Reno-Tahoe area. For a full list of golf courses in Reno, check out the Golf Pass site here. 

Paddleboarding on the Lake

While it may still be too cold to swim in Lake Tahoe, paddleboarding definitely isn’t off-limits. The Lake Tahoe waters are extremely calm and clear during the spring, making it the perfect location for stand-up paddleboarding. Beaches are also less crowded at this time of year which is a rare experience as temperatures start to rise. There are also several shops around the lake that rent paddleboard equipment to visitors, so if you don’t have your own gear, no need to worry. 

Take an Extended Vacation this Spring and Stay with CHC

Are you thinking of taking a much-needed spring vacation? Stay with CHC is here for you! We strive to enhance your experience with us by offering luxury accommodations that will make you feel comfortable and relaxed during your extended spring vacation. 

Turn your next long vacation into an unforgettable experience by staying in our Reno short-term housing facilities! Guests can book accommodations for as little as 2 weeks or as long as 1 month. We offer spaces of all sizes and are able to accommodate a variety of needs. Are you thinking of taking a long trip to the Reno area? We’d love to have you stay with us! 

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Winter is the perfect time to take a vacation and enjoy some peace and quiet away from the usual hustle and bustle of your everyday life. There are also a variety of activities to choose from that aren’t offered during a hot summer vacation. For instance, sleigh rides, snowshoeing, skiing, and relaxing by the fireplace are just a few of the fun things you can do during the cold winter months in the Reno area. This year, instead of being cooped up at home, consider an extended vacation and Stay with CHC Reno! There’s something fun for the whole family to enjoy in our cozy little town. Take a look below for some fun Reno winter activities you can do with friends and family this holiday season!

Visit Local Pubs

AT Stay with CHC Reno, one of our favorite things to do is support the local businesses around us. The Reno and Tahoe areas are well known for their breweries and pubs. While some of these locations are limited to only serving drinks, there are plenty of breweries that serve up delicious food along with their micro-brews. Whether you’re in the mood for an afternoon drink following a big skiing day or want to grab some lunch and a beer, the local pubs never disappoint. 

Some of our favorite breweries that also serve food are Great Basin Brewing Co. located in Reno, NV, The Brewer’s Cabinet located in Reno, NV, and The Brewery at Lake Tahoe located in South Lake Tahoe, CA. Each of these breweries has a selection of traditional American pub food, pizza, beer, and a variety of other specialty drinks perfect for the whole family! 

And if you’re just looking for a spot to grab a drink, then check out these local favorites and show them your support! Some of these spots are even pet-friendly, just give them a call before you head on over.

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Dog-Sledding and Sleigh Rides

Have you ever watched those magical movie scenes where characters get to go on a horse-drawn sleigh ride or be pulled by a team of sled dogs and thought, “Where can I do that?”. Well, those experiences aren’t just for the movies when you visit Lake Tahoe. The Borges Sleigh Ride at Lake Tahoe has been delighting visitors and providing unique winter experiences since 1969. Their sleigh rides include a fully decorated carriage complete with a majestic horse as your guide and breathtaking views of the lake and mountain ranges. 

You can also be pulled by a real team of sled dogs just like in the stories. Dog sledding in Lake Tahoe is a truly unique winter experience for the entire family. Guests can sit back in the comfortable sled while an experienced musher guides a team of huskies through the snow-covered forests and meadows of the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Ski Resorts

Thanks to our close proximity to the large mountain ranges of Lake Tahoe, Homewood, and Mt. Rose, we are fortunate to have several ski resorts nearby. Skiing and snowboarding are some of the most enjoyable Reno winter activities. And though they can often be done through the spring season, there’s nothing better than riding your board or skis down a fresh slope of snow. Some of the most popular ski resorts in the Reno-Tahoe area are Mt. Rose Ski Resort, Homewood Mountain Resort, Heavenly Ski Resort, Northstar California Ski Resort, and the Squaw Valley Resort

At these resorts, you’ll find a variety of neatly groomed runs ranging in level of difficulty from “bunny slopes” being the easiest, all the way up to double diamonds which are reserved for only expert skiers and boarders. There are also gift shops, dining areas, and lodging available for guests at each resort. 

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Snowshoeing Along the Beach

Cross-country skiing also called backcountry skiing, and snowshoeing is extremely popular in the Tahoe and Truckee areas. If you’re an avid hiker, then snowshoeing is just the Reno winter activity you need during a holiday vacation. There are plenty of flat trails along the beaches and meadows of Lake Tahoe that provide every outdoor enthusiast with breathtaking views and unique experiences. 

Cross-country skiing is also a common Lake Tahoe winter activity. Some of the popular trails for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are in South Lake Tahoe near Highway 89. They include Kiva, Baldwin Beaches, Fallen Leaf Lake Camp, Bijou Park, Grass Lake, and Hope Valley.  

Snowmobile Tours

Snowmobile tours are a great Reno winter activity to help you get close to nature. Breathe in the crisp mountain air during a snowmobile tour through valleys, meadows, and mountain trails of elevations up to 9,000 feet. This winter excursion is perfect for all ages and provides the most amazing panoramic views of Lake Tahoe. The most popular snowmobile tours are offered by Zephyr Cove Resort just miles from the California/Nevada Stateline. Check them out here and book your snowmobile adventure today!

Stay with CHC Reno This Holiday Season!

Take an extended vacation and Stay With CHC Reno! We strive to enhance your experience with us by offering luxury accommodations that will make you feel comfortable and relaxed during your extended winter vacation. Stay with CHC is located close to the famous Lake Tahoe – which is covered in snow during the winter months – providing the perfect winter wonderland for your family and friends. 

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Vacations are an important part of your work-life balance and you deserve some time off to help you unwind from the stressors of life. Most families choose to take extended vacations in the summer months, but winter vacations have a variety of benefits - both for your mind and your wallet. When it comes to vacationing, the place you stay in can greatly affect your experience, so it’s important to choose a location and venue that best suits the entire family. Reno short-term housing provides the ideal winter vacation destination.

Check out some of our short-term housing locations for yourself and see why people are flocking to the Reno area for their winter vacation!

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Benefits of Taking a Winter Vacation


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Mental Health Boost

Everyone needs proper rest and relaxation to destress and feel more balanced. One of the best ways to do this is by taking an extended vacation. Taking breaks from work and other responsibilities by going on vacation can help boost your mental health in several ways. and%20anxiety" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">Studies have shown that taking time off from work can make you happier and healthier. By removing yourself from the environments or situations that cause stress, your anxiety and mood are likely to improve. 


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Reconnecting with Family and Nature

Winter outdoor activities are a great way to reconnect with nature and family during a vacation. While many people enjoy being outdoors in warmer weather, there are a plethora of cold-weather activities that are extremely popular. For instance, skiing and snowboarding are among some of the most popular winter sports. And with our close proximity to the beautiful Lake Tahoe, you can bet that the Reno area is surrounded by amazing ski resorts. There are a total of and%20map%20of%20all%2015%20ski%20resorts%20at%20Lake%20Tahoe" target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">15 ski resorts in Lake Tahoe to choose from. Other common winter activities include sledding, snowshoeing, and ice skating, all of which are available in the surrounding areas of our facilities.  

Many families find great solace in spending quality time with one another, and what better way to do that than in the great outdoors? Getting some fresh air and venturing out into the natural world can help you reconnect with your environment and allows you to spend some much needed time with your loved ones. This in return may help you feel more refreshed after your vacation.


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New Experiences

If celebrating the holidays with gifts and material things isn’t your thing, then giving the gift of new experiences might be. Families value the chance to create new memories with one another much more than getting tangible gifts. Taking an extended winter vacation with your loved ones may be the holiday gift you and your family need to reconnect and share new experiences which is the best gift you can give yourself and others. Rather than struggling to find your relatives the perfect gift, spend some quality time with them during an extended stay vacation in Reno short-term housing.

Reno Short-Term Housing Options

Take an extended vacation and Stay With CHC! We strive to enhance your experience with us by offering luxury accommodations that will make you feel comfortable and relaxed during your extended winter vacation. Stay with CHC is located close to the famous Lake Tahoe - which is covered in snow during the winter months - providing the perfect winter wonderland for your family and friends. 

Turn your next long vacation into an unforgettable experience by staying in our Reno short-term housing facilities! Guests can book accommodations for as little as 2 weeks or as long as 1 month. We offer spaces of all sizes and are able to accommodate a variety of needs. Are you thinking of taking a long winter trip to the Reno area? We’d love to have you stay with us! 

Connect with Stay With CHC today to book your reservation!

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If quarantine has you feeling down, you’re not alone. Being stuck indoors for extended periods of time can make you stir crazy which is why it’s important to get out and enjoy Reno while you can. Maintaining social distancing and keeping safe right now is crucial. Fortunately, our big little city offers many outdoor activities that are safe and fun. Why not take an extended stay in Reno this fall for some adventure and excitement? 

Stay With CHC provides cozy extended housing for families and business professionals, and is conveniently located close to the Truckee River, large popular parks, and more. Come visit and see all there is to do this fall right here in Reno, Nevada!

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extended staySunset Kayak Tours - Tahoe City 

Reno is fortunate enough to be less than an hour away from the famous Lake Tahoe which visitors flock to all year round. While the winter months tend to send chills over the Tahoe area, fall remains warm and sunny for months. Tahoe City Kayak helps extend the water sport season into the fall with their Sunset Kayak Tours which many locals call an unforgettable experience unmatched by other activities. 

The guided tour starts with you, your kayak and the open water of Lake Tahoe. Starting times will vary depending on when the sun is supposed to set that day and continues until dusk - usually lasting around an hour. This little excursion is highly recommended for novice and expert kayakers, and is a must-see for all nature lovers. Don’t forget to bring your camera along so you can savor the moment for years to come!

Outdoor Adventures at Ferrari Farms 

Ferrari Farms is a local favorite in Reno and has been a part of the community for over 100 years. During the summer months Ferrari Farms hosts one of their most popular events - Summer of Flowers, where guests can choose from 20 plus types of sunflowers to pick and photograph. Similarly, Ferrari Farms also hosts the U-Pick Vegetables event starting August where guests can bring home a variety of freshly picked veggies ranging from corn to pumpkins. 

Later in the fall season Ferrari Farms puts on their annual Fall Festival complete with a 5-acre corn maze, tractor hayrides, and Zombie Paintball in the evenings. And if you’ve ever wanted to do yoga surrounded by baby animals, look no further. Baby Goat Yoga is also incredibly popular and the experience is truly one-of-a-kind. 

Fall Fishing

Reno’s close proximity to Lake Tahoe, the Truckee River, Donner Lake, and more make it the ideal location for fall fishing. Many Reno residents are avid fishers and the abundance of natural water resources provide plenty of entertainment to them. Whether you’re interested in fly fishing, shore fishing, or boat fishing, we’ve got it all. Try fly fishing in the Truckee River at the designated catch and release area, or charter a fishing boat to catch some lake trout, rainbow trout, and kokanee salmon. 

Autumn Leaf Peeping 

If you’re like many others, the changing of the leaves probably makes you want to grab your camera and capture the beautiful fall colors. And if that sounds like you, then you should join the Reno community for leaf peeping in the park! Leaf peeping is similar to bird watching in which naturists will travel to spots where leaves change color in the fall so they can look at and take photos of the beautiful fall foliage. Check out Callahan Park, Mayberry Park, the Reno Riverwalk District, and Rancho San Rafael for the best views! 

Salmon at Taylor Creek

There are other ways for you to experience the full spectrum of fall colors near Reno. South Lake Tahoe is home to Taylor Creek, a popular sight-seeing spot known for its kokanee salmon. While many people enjoy recreational fishing, most visitors come to this spot just to look at the beautiful colors of the salmon! Starting in late August, kokanee salmon begin their spawning season during which their scales turn a bright, deep red color to attract a partner. This, combined with the changing leaves and Lake Tahoe landscaping makes for a breathtaking sight to behold. 

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We strive to accommodate all our guests with excellent housing for their extended stay in Reno. Whether you’re visiting for a much needed vacation or for a business trip, our corporate housing will make your trip one to remember. We understand that normal corporate housing can feel very, well, corporate. We strive to enhance your experience with us by offering luxury accommodations that will make you feel more at home during your extended stay. Connect with us to see how we can help make your extended stay more comfortable!


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When it comes to food, you may find yourself sticking to the same boring chains you've had over and over. And why wouldn't you? Your down time shouldn't be spent researching places to eat but enjoying yourself. So save yourself the monotony; Stay with CHC has created a list of our favorite places to eat in Reno, breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Peg’s Glorified Ham n' Eggs

The best and most filling breakfast in town. Peg’s Glorified Ham n’ Eggs has been voted best breakfast in Reno 12 years in a row! This petite but popular restaurant has grown from a small chain to over 4 locations throughout Northern Nevada, as well as one in California!

On the menu you will find a plethora of egg dishes, including 8 different kinds of egg benedicts. Peg's most iconic dish is the huevos rancheros, served on a full-sized skillet. But you better be hungry, because this dish includes hash browns, slaw, pinto beans, warm tortillas, a slice of cantaloupe, and their delicious huevos ranchero.

If you are planning on going, prepare for a bustling environment. Waiters with food piled high will be maneuvering between packed tables and hungry customers waiting to be seated. Speaking of waiting customers, arrive at Peg’s earlier so you can get your name on the wait list, becuase there'll most certainly be a wait.

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Living in Reno is not complete without an occasional visit to a local sandwich and soup shop. For Reno, that place is Süp. This quaint sandwich shop located in Midtown serves several kinds of soups and sandwiches each day. Each sandwich and soup is made from scratch from the freshest locally-sourced ingredients.

For a guaranteed winner choose the pesto turkey. But if you’re feeling a bit more adventurous choose The Pita. It includes chicken, celery, spinach, toasted almonds inside a warm pita.

Every day is a new set of 6 homemade soups, so be sure to check what they are serving before you head down. Treat yourself to a nostalgic meal during your  with the tomato bisque. This creamy classic pairs great with a warm grilled cheese or a tuna melt. For an even heartier soup, try the broccoli cheddar or the loaded baked potato, these soups will fill you up just by themselves!



Laughing Planet Café

Laughing Planet Café is easily one of the places to eat in Reno with the most personality. The quick-service restaurant is adorned with plastic toy dinosaurs on each table that fit perfectly with the lime green and turquoise color scheme.

The personality doesn’t end at the aesthetics. Each burrito and bowl that Laughing Planet serves is full of unique and fresh ingredients that create a one-of-a-kind experience.

For example, the Bollywood Bowl is a delicious combination of grilled chicken, curry-roasted chickpeas, spinach, yams, and roasted cauliflower all over brown rice, topped with spicy coconut sauce. You can’t get a meal like that anywhere else.

Along with a plethora of soups, salads, burritos, quesadillas, and bowls, Laughing Planet has a large selection of energizing smoothies. Each smoothie is packed full of fruits and veggies, grab one to kickstart your day or as a sweet treat after a long week.

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Sakana Sushi


Sushi is no stranger to Reno. With over twenty sushi restaurants, there are plenty of options to choose from, and plenty of discussion about which of the sushi places to eat in Reno is truly the best. However, one establishment stands out above the rest, Sakana Sushi.

Unassuming on the outside, Sakana Sushi is a much more intimate space than other larger, busier restaurants such as Ijji’s and Oceano. The smaller space provides customers with faster service and higher-quality food. 

Sakana’s menu is robust and full of plenty of options for both casuals and sushi lovers alike. Try the Ocean Delivered for a beautiful multicolored California roll topped with tuna, salmon, yellowtail, albacore, shrimp, and seaweed salad. It tastes as good as it looks.

For a roll with a kick, the Sharkbait contains spicy tuna, shredded crab, and avocado, deep-fried for crunch and topped with ponzu and savory unagi sauce.

For any hungry day the all-you-can-eat is the best option. Not only does it include unlimited orders of any roll, but you’ll also have access to their numerous appetizers such as potstickers, tempura, and calamari. If that’s not enough, after a delicious and filling meal your server will offer you a choice of several flavors of homemade ice cream!

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Reno is full of great places, restaurants or otherwise. You can find fun things to do in Reno by checking out our blog here.

Or, you can find a full list of monthly festivals and events in Reno.


Are you taking part in a Reno extended stay? There are many activities that Reno and the surrounding areas have to offer. The historic town of Virginia City is one of our favorites to visit, and has something for practically everyone. Why not take a short trip to what was one of the most affluent cities in Nevada more than 100 years ago?


Here are 5 reasons why we can’t stop going on about Virginia City.


1. Victorian Era Architecture

Whether you chose to go on a guided tour, or just explore the town for yourself, visitors cannot help but stare in awe at the buildings that cover the hillside. A schoolhouse with arching windows, a decadent church, vintage saloons and a breathtaking opera house are just a few of the many wonderful attractions.

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Oh yes, if you are in the mood for something sweet or savory, the restaurants in Virginia City aim to please. Many of them are located in historical buildings that have been refurbished over the years. Many of these restaurants bring to life the delicious side of vintage life with homemade root beers and candies.

3. Old West Saloons

Saloons offer the perfect time to sit down and relax with a drink while you experience old western history. Attractions such as the world famous Suicide Table enthrall visitors with stories of ghosts and robbers.

4. Events

No matter what time of the year, something wild is always going on in Virginia City. One of our favorites is Christmas on the Comstock. The entire town lights up this time of the year. Father Christmas awaits families at the Visitors Center, and daily events occur at the beautiful Piper’s Opera House. Later on in the year, visitors enjoy the International Camel Races, and the Nevada 150 Masquerade Ball.

5. Museums

There is a museum in nearly every other building on C. Street. Mark Twain spent much of his time in Virginia City, the influence of his experience, seen in many of his writings. Tidbits of his history can be seen in many of the museums around town. The Fourth Ward School is a favorite of many. Built in 1876, the school is almost perfectly preserved on account of a sharp attendance drop off in the early 1900’s.

Reno Extended Stay

While on your Reno extended stay, take advantage of the many adventures and activities that the Northern Nevada area has to offer. From Reno to Lake Tahoe and everywhere in between, there will always be something new for you to do on your free time. For more information fun things to do in Reno and nearby areas, check out our Relocating to Reno blog! It's full of fun locations and things to do.

The Reno-Tahoe area has some great events in store for March!

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Are you doing business in the Reno-Tahoe area during March? Apart from getting all your work done here are some awesome events to check out.

Genoa Bar- Summer Music Series

March 7-8th
The Genoa Bar is “Nevada’s Oldest Thirst Parlor” built in 1853. Genoa is a beautiful little secret that is tucked away between Carson City and Gardnerville. It is about 20 minutes from Carson City and 50 minutes from Reno.

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Virginia City Rocky Mountain Oyster Fry

March 15th
We talked about some of the great reasons to visit Virginia City in our last post but here is another! On Saint Patrick’s Day weekend more than 3,000 people flood the streets of historic Virginia City to watch and taste as cooks compete to see who can fry up the best Rocky Mountain Oysters. Virginia City is 36 minutes south of Reno.
For more information on the events going on in Virginia City, click here.

Wine Walk

March 15th
On the third 3rd Saturday of the month the Wine Walk, put on by Reno’s Riverwalk Merchant Association, takes place in downtown Reno. This is a great opportunity to enjoy the beautiful scenery and explore the establishments in the merchant district surrounding the Truckee River. While sipping wine, of course.
The Riverwalk Merchant Association has it’s own website with information on all the fun events they have coming up this summer, find it here.

Kerak Shrine Circus

March 21st-23rd
The Kerak Shrine Club of Reno is bringing the Circus back to town! It will be held at the Reno Livestock Events Center with the following showtimes:

Friday 7pm
Saturday 11am, 3pm & 7pm
Sunday 1pm & 5pm

Tickets are $14.00 for Adults and $12.00 for children and available for purchase here.

Beer Crawl

March 22nd
If wine isn’t your thing, then come down and check out the Reno Beer Crawl! It is on the 4th Saturday of the month in the same downtown district as the Wine Walk. The crawl is from 2-6pm with $5 admission fee that gets you a glass and map to go explore the more than 15 establishments participating.
Find out which businesses are participating here.

Broadway Musical HAIR

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The arts culture in Reno is on the rise, so come and experience “the rock musical that sparked a revolution and ignited a generation”! Come see HAIR at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts on:

Friday, March 28, 2014 at 8:00pm
Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday, March 30, 2014 at 2:00pm & 7:00pm

Ticket prices vary and are available for purchase online here.

Stay with CHC loves for our clients to be able to enjoy our home as if it was their home. Our outstanding concierge service would love to help set you up with to experience any of these events while you are staying with us.

Call (775) 856-3333 for more information on accommodations.

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Drones in Reno… cleared for takeoff

If you haven’t heard, there’s been a lot of talk about drone companies moving out to Nevada, especially to Reno. And, as it turns out, our location is perfect for aviation testing. Not only do we have so much land, but our weather gives us almost 300 perfect days each year for flying. Perhaps most interesting though is the economic impact that this could have. And, while one drone company has already signed up, 20 more companies have submitted their applications to operate in Nevada. Even though it’s still early to tell, the possible number of drone companies doing business in and around the area could be very high and continue for a very long time providing a lot of opportunities for businesses and residents which also means an increase need for career housing.

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Drones aren’t just for wartime; they have the capability to keep citizens safe too. Tracking wildfires with drones and responding appropriately to them could reduce casualty rates. Where first responders couldn’t go, these drones can. Not to mention the benefit that Northwest Nevada’s mining industry could gain from it. Aside from monetary benefits, land-surveying technology could provide more efficient ways of locating natural resources and possibly reduce our carbon footprint; in addition to reducing the dangers miners face on a daily basis. For example, Hawkeye USA of America has drones that study grade measurements and topography.

Looking into the near future

While there are several major military installations in our state, it’s only reasonable to think they will be benefitting from this. However, it’s also important remember that this technology doesn’t just benefit the Department of Defense. By commercializing this technology, just about every part of our cities infrastructure will grow: public safety, health care and education. Aside from having ideal flight conditions, we offer the intellect too with schools like the University of Nevada, Reno and the Desert Research Institute.

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If you are in need of corporate housing or temporary housing in Reno, NV, Stay With CHC has you covered. Contact us today to get started on your next adventure. 


Relocating to Reno Tahoe

Reno Tahoe is the perfect place to explore during winter, especially if you are considering an extended stay or even relocating to Reno Tahoe. From the fun and exotic city life to the magical landscapes and snow filled mountains, Northern Nevada has something for everyone. Yet, nobody wants to be sifting through powder all day trying to find the best adventure. That’s why we’re here with our top five winter adventures worth exploring this season.

Cross Country Skiing and Snow Shoeing

Everyone knows about Tahoe’s ski and snowboarding attractions, but when it comes to long distance adventures nothing beats cross country snowshoe and skiing. This is perfect for a family or corporate group event. The carefully groomed and scenic trails can be a breath of fresh air for all ages. We recommend checking out Northstar’s 35 kilometer adventure for an all-day experience. Along the way you’ll even find a cozy hut, filled with hot chocolate and tea.

Sleighs and Sleds

On your feet a lot? Try kicking back in an open sleigh ride. Borges Sleigh Rides are available all year around, but the magic really comes out in the winter time. The powdery white backdrop is a gorgeous experience for anyone on-board. And if you’re looking for something with a little more bite, try dog sledding. Wilderness Adventures offers a wild experiences for any willing participants. Plus, the dogs are adorable!

Snow Parks

Let’s be real, the best part of anyone’s childhood during winter was sliding down a snowy hill on a tube. Yet finding a premium built slope was too much of a guessing game. North Tahoe Regional Park and Sierra Adventures provide the best recreation for the young and young at heart. Feel the rush from super steep slopes and surprise snowball fights.

Ice Skating

If it’s your first winter in Northern Nevada you must visit the Ice Rink on the River. Outdoor ice rinks are the best, and Reno’s is no exception. Strap on some skates and glide along this joyous experience. The best part is the rink is at the epicenter of town, perfectly located near plenty of other attractions.

Snowmobile Tours

If you want a rush that combines a little of everything, jump onto a snowmobile and weave through the forest in style. Escape the everyday life and go for the extreme in one of the most memorable adventures you can have while staying in Northern Nevada.
If you are considering a place for short term living, check out Stay with CHC for all of your corporate housing needs. The Reno Tahoe area is perfect for living life adventurously.

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