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Accommodations Circus Circus (500 North Sierra St; 800-648-5010), the official host hotel of Reno Pride held the Friday night party in the ballroom and had special rates for Pride visitors.
Besides a gambling casino they have six restaurants, dancing, nightly cabaret and special events entertainment.
Media & Resources Doyles List has local Reno LGBTQ event listings and website links.
The Reno News & Review is the local alternative weekly with events and entertainment listings.
Right by Piper's Opera House, they have six guest rooms, each with king, queen, or double beds.
Nightlife 5 Star Saloon (132 West St) open 24 hours, sassy welcoming crowd for all comers, gay-straight-whatever.
It is here the annual Burning Man Festival takes place, each Labor Day weekend.
This wonder of nature has blue skies, sage sprinkled dunes and purple mountain majesty; a landscape lit as if from within, with colors that change dramatically as light shifts by the hour.
In summer, Lake Tahoe, the Truckee River, and Pyramid Lake provide visitors and locals with fishing, and water sports.
Skiing and snowboarding top the winter sports activities here, with many ski resorts around Lake Tahoe -- including Squaw Valley, Sugar Bowl and Diamond Peak. In the shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Reno doesn't get a lot of precipitation, but there's plenty of forest.
Faces NV (239 W 2nd St), gay/mixed nightclub, drag shows, DJs, dancing, go-go boys, karaoke, theme parties.
The Patio Bar (600 W 5th), gay neighborhood bar, video poker, TV sports, pool tables, darts, shuffleboard, patio deck, barbeques, bocce ball, sunbathing, karaoke, mixed men & women.
Live shows, DJs, dance floor, pool tables, internet jukebox, free Wi Fi, smoking area, and a monthly artist showcase on stage.