NewToReno.com

Sponsored Link


Sponsored Link

NewToReno Info

»Movie Theaters

»Highway Conditions

»Highway Webcams

»Events Calendar

»Weather Forecast

»Reno Webcams

»NewToReno Blog

»Site Map

2020 Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games

January 29 through February 14, 2020

Search NewToReno

Custom Search

Sponsored Link

Reno Area Hiking and Walking Trails

Hiking trails, Reno area, Nevada, NV There are plenty of hiking trails around Reno and Sparks.

Summer Camps for Kids

Summer camps, kids, Reno area, Nevada, NV Summer camps for Reno area kids.

Reno / Sparks Swimming Pools

swimming pools, parks, reno, sparks, nevada, nv Several public pools in Reno and Sparks.

What are the Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games?

The Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games is a program of competitions styled after the real Olympic Games and designed for area citizens age 50 and above. There are both individual and team competitions. Participants compete for gold, silver, and bronze medals within age groups. The Games run from January 29 through February 14, 2020.

Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games
Image courtesy City of Reno

Register to Participate in the Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games

Registration is open for the 2020 Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games. The information phone number is (775) 657-4602.

With the paper form, you mail or hand deliver the completed form, with payment, to one of the listed locations. You can request that forms be mailed or emailed to you by calling Senior Services at (775) 657-4602 or sending a message to SeniorServices@reno.gov.

  • Neil Road Recreation Center, 3925 Neil Road, Reno, NV 89502
  • Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center, 1301 Valley Road, Reno, NV 89512
  • Teglia's Paradise Park Activity Center, 2745 Elementary Drive, Reno, NV 89505

Get more details by visiting the Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games website. For more information, call (775) 657-4602 or email SeniorServices@reno.gov.

Registration Fees for the Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games

The basic registration fee for all participants is $30, which includes a T-shirt, pin and Closing Ceremony Dinner and Dance. Registered participants and the general public can purchase additional Closing Ceremony tickets for $30 each. There are additional fees for each sport that vary depending on the sport ($10 to $30 - check the website or registration form for fees).

Sports at the Reno-Tahoe Winter Games

As you can see, there is something for just about everyone, including those who don't do snow and ice. To see where and when the sports are happening, refer to the website or registration form. Venues include High Desert Archery, Baldini's Casino, Boys & Girls Club, Bundox Bocce, Need 2 Speed, High Sierra Lanes, Double Diamond Athletic Club, Neil Road Recreation Center, Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center, Mesa Rim Climbing Center, Mt. Rose Ski, Tahoe Donner Cross Country Ski Area, Eldorado Resort Casino and Fly High. Go to the website for details about each sport.

  • Opening Games Social
  • Archery
  • Bocce Ball
  • Basketball Skills
  • Beanbag Baseball (team)
  • Billiards
  • Bowling
  • Card Games
  • Climbing Wall
  • Cross Country Skiing/Snowshoeing
  • Fitness
  • Fly Casting
  • Go-Karts
  • Obstacle/Ropes Course
  • Pickleball
  • Shuffleboard
  • Ski & Snowboard Racing
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Valentine's Day Dance and Dinner

Reno-Tahoe Winter Games Sponsors

The Reno-Tahoe Senior Winter Games are sponsored by the City of Reno Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department, City of Reno Senior Advisory Committee and numerous others who host the various venues used for the Games.

Sponsored Links

Share NewToReno(dot)com
NewToReno on Facebook NewToReno on Twitter NewToReno on Pinterest NewToReno Blog NewToReno on YouTube


»Home »Contact Us »About Us »Privacy Policy »Disclaimer »Site Map
Copyright © NewToReno(dot)comTM