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Reno Car Rentals

Fly In and Drive out of Reno Tahoe International

Reno, the self-styled "Biggest Little City in the World, is a study in contrasts. On the one hand, it has casinos and card rooms enough to entertain both dilettante and hardcore gamblers; on the other, in every season, it's a Mecca for fans of outdoor recreation. The nearby Truckee River, long a favorite with locals for summer swimming, rafting and floating on inner tubes, is now one of the nation's premiere kayaking venues. For winter sports enthusiasts, Reno is within 100 miles of eight major ski resorts including Squaw Valley, Heavenly Mountain and Sugar Bowl. In order to take full advantage of all the area has to offer, getting a RNO airport car rentals is the way to go. Whether you choose to pick up your Reno airport car rental at the airport or from one of the many RNO airport car rentals companies, you will find some useful Reno airport information below to help you get the right rental car for the right price. A RNO car rental gives you the freedom to see everything you want to see.

Reno's primary airport for regularly scheduled passenger flights is the Reno/Tahoe International Airport (RNO) three miles south of the downtown. Ten miles to the north lays Reno/Stead Airport, a general aviation airport, owned and operated by the Reno Tahoe Airport Authority. RNO, the second busiest airport in the state of Nevada, services not just the Reno area and western Nevada, it's also the closest commercial airfield to the great ski resorts of Lake Tahoe. Seven airlines including Southeast, Delta and Continental share its three terminals and three runways. All the major Reno airport car rental agencies can be found there. Tourism in Reno is alive and well. Some places of interest are North Virginia Street, the Celebrity Showroom at John Ascuaga's Nugget, the Truckee River Whitewater Park and Lake Tahoe itself. North Virginia Street is the last downtown casino corridor where mighty gambling palaces like Circus Circus, Silver Legacy, and the El Dorado, adorned with pulsating neon, invite you to spend an hour or two trying out your luck. Tucked among these venerable casinos you'll find the National Bowling Stadium, which is only open during tournaments. On the Sparks side of the city limits, the Nugget's Celebrity Showroom specializes in 70s and 80s nostalgia bands and comics; recent acts have included Loretta Lynn, War and the B52s. The Truckee River Whitewater Park which runs directly through downtown Reno, is half a mile of Class 2/3 whitewater mostly used for kayaking and whitewater rafting. Spend the day enjoying your favorite aquatic activities, and the evening enjoying great food and entertainment at any one of a number of fine restaurants, microbreweries, theaters and galleries in Reno's downtown RiverWalk District. Reno is approximately 40 to 60 miles away from Tahoe (depending upon what part of the lake you're visiting) and the most convenient way to get there is by means of an RNO car rental. Reno airport information can tell you if any extreme weather is expected on this route; if it is, you may want to delay your expedition. Reno airport information can get you around to all these great attractions in luxury, rugged SUV toughness or eco-friendly style. Expedia.com makes it easy for you to book your next Reno airport car rental. We work with the best Reno Tahoe International car rental companies in the region, bringing you the best car rental rates and a wide variety of RNO car rental classes including economy, compact, midsize, full-size, convertible, van, luxury, full size SUV rentals. Our partner car companies offer different pick-up and drop-off options. If you are ready to book your car rental, follow the links on this page to view more information and details on your next Reno Tahoe International, and RNO car hire.

Reno Adventures by Car

Find the best car rental prices in Reno with Expedia. With last minute travel options, and a broad selection of top rental car agency partners, and you are sure to find the best car rental rates in the country.

Find additional RNO rental car pick up locations and enjoy the best car rental deals available anywhere. Find the most convenient RNO airport car rental locations when convenience and easy access are the name of the game!

Reno Car Rental Locations

  • Hertz: 135 East Clearview Drive, Carson City, NV 89701, USA

  • Avis: 1595 Marietta Way, Sparks, NV 89431, USA

  • Enterprise: 1450 East Prater Way #113, Sparks, NV 89434, USA

  • National Car Rental: Reno-Tahoe International Airport, 2001 E Plumb Ln, Reno, NV 89502, USA

  • Alamo Rent A Car: Reno-Tahoe International Airport, 2001 E Plumb Ln, Reno, NV 89502, and USA

Book a Rental Car To See it All

A visit to Reno, NV doesn't just have to be a one-stop trip to gambling responsibly. This is a lively, exciting city with a tremendous amount to offer a visitor beyond the casinos, and when you book a car rental, Reno itself opens up for you like never before. If you're looking for a little culture as part of your Reno adventure, cruise over to the Nevada Museum of Art and take in the beautiful photography adorning its walls.

Seize the Day

You don't need to court Lady Luck when you have your own vehicle to explore the city in. Stop depending on taxis or shuttles or well-intentioned friends to cart you around, and enjoy your independence to plan day trips between Carson City and Virginia City. . Drive over to The Summit and fill the trunk with shopping purchases, or do your best to emulate "The Big Lebowski" at the National Bowling Stadium.

Where to Go

If you're flying into Reno, you can pick up a rental car at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) outside the terminal building. If picking up a car at the airport isn't on your itinerary, Expedia will show you the rental locations nearest you, as well as the type of cars available. Rent an SUV and head to nearby Lake Tahoe for a day trip, or drive your swanky convertible over to the National Automobile Museum to see how far the internal combustion engine has come.

Enjoy Your Getaway

Check out our extensive listing of Reno hotels and get started on selecting the amenities you want to enjoy. Do you want a ritzy casino, or a small, and intimate inn? Enjoy the glitter of 4th Street or the quiet ambiance of an inn along the Truckee River. Let us handle the details; you've got a trip to enjoy.

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Seize the Day

You don’t need to court Lady Luck when you have your own vehicle to explore the city in. Stop depending on taxis or shuttles or well-intentioned friends to cart you around, and enjoy your independence to plan day trips between Carson City and Virginia City. . Drive over to The Summit and fill the trunk with shopping purchases, or do your best to emulate “The Big Lebowski” at the National Bowling Stadium.

Where to Go

If you’re flying into Reno, you can pick up a rental car at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO) outside the terminal building. If picking up a car at the airport isn’t on your itinerary, Expedia will show you the rental locations nearest you, as well as the type of cars available. Rent an SUV and head to nearby Lake Tahoe for a day trip, or drive your swanky convertible over to the National Automobile Museum to see how far the internal combustion engine has come.

Enjoy Your Getaway

Check out our extensive listing of Reno hotels and get started on selecting the amenities you want to enjoy. Do you want a ritzy casino, or a small, intimate inn? Enjoy the glitter of 4th Street or the quiet ambiance of an inn along the Truckee River. Let us handle the details; you’ve got a trip to enjoy.