Resort Amenities Outdoor swimming pool, hot tub, recreation center, pool table, arcade games, elevator, cover parking and nearby golf course.
Unit Amenities Fully equipped kitchen with microwave and dishwasher, washer and dryer, electric fireplace, cable TV with DVD player, stereo system with CD player, Wi-Fi (fee) and telephone.
Reminders Guests of owners, rentals or exchanges will be asked to authorize a refundable security deposit on a credit or debit card at check-in. Pets are not allowed in the units or on the resort property. Taxi service to the resort should not be more than $20. The elevation at the resort is 4,250 feet. Always check pass conditions before traveling. Snow chains are advised in the winter. There is no RV parking at this resort. Only one parking space is available per reservation.
Nearest Grocery Store Save Mart 525 Keystone (1 mile west of the resort) To have a starter supply of groceries in your unit on the day of arrival, order online at www.worldmarktheclub.com/grocery ($25 service fee applies to all orders).
Golf Information Lake Ridge........................(775) 825-2200 Red Hawk.........................(775) 626-6000 Sierra Sage.......................(775) 972-1564 Wild Creek........................(775) 673-3100 Please contact the front desk for information about tee times and possible discounts.
Important Contacts Chamber of Commerce.......................(775) 337-3030 Local Kennel...................(775) 331-5770 Road Conditions............(916) 445-1534 WBW Reservationsu....1-800-457-0103
Occupancy Maximum occupancy limits will be enforced. Limits apply to all ages, including infants.
Unit Assignment Units are assigned the morning of check-in by reservation number. This means you will be assigned the best available unit on the day you arrive, based on how far in advance you booked your reservation.
To Get You Started For your convenience, you will find a starter supply of spices, tea, coffee, creamer, sugar, paper towels, tissues, toilet paper and laundry soap.
Travel Arrangements Call WorldMark by Wyndham Travel at 1-800-953-5511 for all your travel needs. You can also visit your WorldMark website at WorldMarkTheClub.com.
_____________________________________________________________________ Things to See and Do in Reno
It's time to find out what the “Biggest Little City in the World” has to offer as you base yourself in your WorldMark resort in downtown Reno, Nevada. This historic destination successfully combines natural beauty with lavish evening entertainment, lively casinos, fine dining and some of the best shopping in the state. The Reno area also offers year-round vacation possibilities. You can go downhill or cross-country skiing at world-class resorts, horseback riding, rafting, water-skiing, biking or fishing. You might take in a stage show, try your hand at poker, roulette or blackjack. You can also test your golfing skills at one of the area's 40 public courses. Reno is definitely a whole lot more than just gambling.
Starting with Reno's wild side, there's the Animal Ark Wildlife Sanctuary—home to kit foxes, wolves, black bear, mountain lion, burrowing owls and more. In addition to being able to see animals, the ark also has picnic tables, docent guides, educational displays, animal demonstrations depicting natural behavior and a gift shop. But that hardly scratches the surface of Reno's natural storehouse. From enjoyment as simple and close-at-hand as a
walk or bike ride along the banks of the Truckee River in downtown Reno (where you can take advantage of the two-level promenade with its shops, restaurant and 12-screen cinema), to true mountain-loving action, Reno has it all.
For downhill skiing, Reno has two ski areas nearby, and many more near the Lake Tahoe Basin—including Mount Rose and Diamond Peak at
Incline Village. For cross-country, consider Diamond Peak or Spooner Lake. And with Lake Tahoe practically in Reno's backyard (only 25 miles southwest of the city, and easily reached by several all-weather highways), true year-round recreational paradise is also yours—from boating and fishing to watersports—all summer long. Of course, one can't overlook Reno's golf scene. The region is so varied you can practically name your terrain: mountains, deserts, forest or lakes. The scenery takes your breath away and your shots will soar through the thin mountain air.
As for museums, Reno seems to preserve just about anything that sits still long enough to put behind glass. You can see impressionist paintings at the Nevada Museum of Art, glimpses of the galaxy at the Fleischmann Planetarium and more than 200 antique, vintage and classic cars (not to mention displays with clothing and lifestyles of the period) at the National Automobile Museum.You might consider a visit to the nearby state capital, Carson City, where you can visit the historic mint building or the Nevada State Museum with its exhibits on local history and Nevada memorabilia. Possibly the most popular part of this museum is its underground mine in the basement. Other favorite Northern Nevada museums include the Nevada
Gambling Museum, Mark Twain Museum, Wild West Museumand, in Virginia City, Bullette's Red Light Museum (the only museum of prostitution in the nation).
But it wouldn't be right to talk about Reno and not mention the close to 30 casinosin the area. Reno's early mining days may be over, but the rush is still in full swing … and is waiting to take your money. If you're lucky, you may win more than you spend!
____________________________________________________________________ Driving Directions
From Sacramento, CA Take I-80 E toward Reno Take exit 13 for Virginia St Turn right at the stop sign on N Virginia St Turn right on Fourth St Continue three blocks and turn left on Arlington Ave. The resort is 2 blocks down on the left
From Carson City, NV Take US 395 N Take exit 68 to I-80 W, the Reno/ Sacramento exit Take the Virginia St downtown exit Turn Left onto Virginia St Follow the bold directions from Sacramento above
From Las Vegas, NV Take US 95 N At Tonopah, go west on US 6/95 Rejoin US 95, heading north through Fallon Take US 50 W to I-80 Go west on I-80, and take the Virginia St downtown exit Turn left onto Virginia St Follow the bold directions from Sacramento above
From Salt Lake City, UT Coming in on I-80 W, take the Virginia St downtown exit Turn left onto Virginia St Follow the bold directions from Sacramento above