Planning on visiting Reno's top attractions? Reno is a pretty RV-friendly city, so you shouldn't have much trouble getting from A to B. There's rarely a traffic jam on the south side of the city, and while the north side can be worse, it's still better than most major cities in the US. You'll also find many campgrounds located at casinos near downtown, where you can park your RV.
If you fancy spending a day away from the casinos, check out the National Automobile Museum. The museum is home to over 200 classic automobiles, many of which once belonged to celebrities. Highlights include Elvis Presley's 1971 Cadillac, JFK's 1962 Lincoln Continental, and John Wayne’s 1953 Corvette. Another excursion that's sure to please your whole crew is Animal Ark. This wildlife sanctuary features an array of native and exotic rescues, including jaguars, porcupines, and gray wolves.
You shouldn't miss out on exploring the great outdoors during your Reno trailer rental, and one of the best parks to visit is Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park. The park is split into several areas on the northeastern shores of Lake Tahoe, covering around 14,000 acres. If you're looking to make a splash, visit the beautiful beach at Sand Harbor or plan a backcountry hike at Spooner Lake. There are also boat ramps at each of the park's areas in case you fancy sailing around Lake Tahoe.