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Elections for 2021-22 Board of Directors

Elections for the Club board of directors will occur in May. Please consider stepping forward, we need volunteers to keep this Club alive! It takes some of your time, but you get the benefit of knowing you are making a difference for this Club and your Club friends.  It is fun to work together as a team as a board member.

Click the link below for the job descriptions for each position.

Please know that some of the responsibilities can be delegated to other Club members. For example, we have a volunteer who oversees the Club’s Facebook page to assist the VP of Membership/Public Relations. The VP of Social and VP of Skiing work with other Club members to lead hikes, organize social ski days, host parties (someday soon hopefully) and so forth.

If you have any questions or concerns, please ask any board member. If you would like to volunteer to put forward your name for any position, please contact Dianne Hilliard.

Join Now or Renew Your Membership!

It is time to renew your Membership for 2020/2021! Registering on Sportsengine, our new Web-host, is a two step process. Be sure to create/update your Sportsengine account AND renew your membership to RSRC, by submitting your payment by November 30th.

Sky Tavern

Sky Tavern is becoming more than just the Jr. Ski Program,  Check out the latest news about their plans at our Sky Tavern Affillation page.

Reno Ski and Recreation Club



We  are a Club for All Seasons.

​Reno Ski & Recreation Club is a social club for active adults who enjoy snow sports with an emphasis on skiing, group social activities, year-round outdoor recreation and trips.

Far West Ski Association News

Click this link to take you to the latest news from the Far West Ski Association.

National Ski Council Federation Newsbeat

Click the link below for the latest Newsbeat


Looking for Local Fun Events?







For a list of events in the Reno/Sparks area, click here.

For Fun Things happening at Lake Tahoe, click here to visit the Lake Tahoe Visitors Bureau.

Recreational Safety takes Responsibility & Control

Safety is important to everyone, every day.  We provide a variety of safety tips and information on every month.  But safety isn't something you do once in a while.  Safety is something you do every day.  To help you stay informed, we are providing all of our safety tips, both current and archived, as this practical advise never goes out of date.  Please follow the link below to view the safety information available to you.


Mark Your Calendar

April 13th - General Membership Meeting

New Event


Saturday July 10    9am – 8pm

Washoe Lake State Park Group Site

4855 Eastlake Blvd, New Washoe City, 89704


A day at Washoe Lake at the Group Area near the Main Day Use Area and the Boat Launch. Facilities include plentiful parking, a large covered pavilion, restrooms, picnic tables, barbeque grills, power, lighting, sink, counters, a sandy volleyball court, horseshoe pits, and lake access. There is also access to hiking trails nearby. A late afternoon BBQ meal will be provided by the club and is included in the price. Park Day Use fee of $5 per vehicle will be paid by each participant and will be collected at the pay booth upon entry. Nevada State Park passes will be honored.


$10 – Members        $20 – Nonmembers

Signup and pay on the website    Max capacity 75

Will start a waiting list after max reached


Contact Todd Betterton for more information

A message from Todd, VP Social

Hello all! We are going to take a break from Zoom TGIF’s for a bit, but I am hopeful that we might get a turn in the weather in March and be able to schedule a “Saturday (or Sunday) In The Park” event if we can get a weekend with cooperating weather…We can meet in the afternoon when the sun is higher in the sky and temps are warmer…Cross your fingers!

We also have been – and will continue - scheduling Private Movie Watch Parties. They have been well received, and our March movie I honor of Spring Training is going to be the classic Field of Dreams at 7:30PM on Wednesday the 24th at the Century Parklane.

If anyone else has any ideas for social, yet socially conscious, events let me know…