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. 

stay with chcTake an extended stay vacation in Reno and stay with us!

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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