Webcams are located in a variety of locations around Reno. The City of Reno operates a set of webcams showing downtown, the Truckee River Whitewater Park, and other locations that may change from time to time. Other webcams are operated by various government agencies, ski resorts, businesses, and colleges and universities around the Reno / Tahoe region. It's both fun and useful to check things out before heading to a particular area.
Like, how much traffic is on Virginia Street in downtown Reno before I head down there? Or, what is the Truckee River doing if I'm thinking about going to the Whitewater Park?
City of Reno Webcams
- Virginia Street Webcam at the Reno Arch
- Whitewater Park Webcam
- Aces Ballpark / Rink on the River Webcam (webcam location changes by season)
Webcams at Ski Resorts and other Spots Around Lake Tahoe and Nevada
Sierra Highways Webcams - I80, U.S. 50
When the snow is flying or construction is clogging up the works, these Caltrans webcams let you see conditions on I80 and at South Lake Tahoe.
Webcams at Lake Tahoe / Sierra Nevada Ski Resorts
- Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe
- Squaw Valley USA
- Tahoe Donner
- Sugar Bowl
- Heavenly Lake Tahoe
- Diamond Peak
- Sierra at Tahoe
Webcams at other Spots Around Lake Tahoe
Nevada Earthquakes Webcam
The NSL Helicorder Camera is a webcam showing earthquake activity, presented by the Nevada Seismological Laboratory at the University of Nevada, Reno. This webcam will show you what the big one looks like on paper.