Reno - Moana & Kietzke
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US-395 Exit #64, Moana
Going NORTH on US-395, most of the shopping will be found on your left on Moana.
However, there is one very worthwhile thing to know about EAST of US-395, and that is Simply Water – one of the five Water stations in Reno. To get there going northbound on US-395, turn right on Moana, then left on Neil Road, and then left again on Gentry. It will soon be on your left, with the airport being on your right.
Westwards on Moana from exiting US-395, there will be a strip mall on your left with Sportsman’s Warehouse and Aloha Sushi.
Staying on Moana, you will quickly come to Kietzke Lane. If you turn left and go south, further down the road are King Buffet and a Winner’s Corner Convenience Store and Gas Station. But more importantly, behind them is a huge parking lot fronted by Reno’s largest thrift store, Saver’s, as well as Grocery Outlet and Harbor Freight Tools International.
Peckham Lane is the major cross street here, and turning right (west) onto it, you will soon find your way to the Atlantis Casino Resort (a favorite among some burners).
South of here, you will find the South Virginia and Kietzke Lane hub.
But back if you were still on Moana Street at Kietzke Lane, you can also access El Monte/Budge RV-Truck Rentals north of this area, one of the few places that still rents trucks and RV’s to Burners! Turning Right on Kietzke Lane from Moana, about 1/4 mile up, at Gentry, take a left, and you will find El Monte on your right.
The Plumb Lane hub also lies north of here.
While staying on Moana, further west across Virginia, you will at about 3/4 of a mile find Reno’s oldest and one of it’s largest liquor stores, Ben’s Fine Wine & Spirits.
Groceries and Water
1070 Gentry Way – 775-337-8111 – map
Open Mon-Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-3pm, but will have special (8am-8pm) hours for Burning Man – call ahead for possible after-hours appointments. Closest option for those flying into or coming through Reno from the south. Purified water for 40 cents a gallon. Owner Mike Cadena’s been to Burning Man. Bring your own container, buy one, or fill your RV directly.
3800 Kietzke Lane – 775-826-7688 – map
Open daily 8am-9pm.
3800 Kietzke Lane – 775-284-4350 – map
Open Mon-Sat 9am-9pm, Sun 10am-6pm. Primarily clothing will be found at this LARGE thrift store. All Saver’s stores are affiliated with local charities, and the socially-conscious buyer who spends money here is helping support Friends of National Multiple Sclerosis in Reno.
Harbor Freight Tools USA Inc
3800 Kietzke Lane #150 – 775-331-1375 – map
Open Mon-Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 8:30am-6pm, Sun 9am-5pm. Next to Saver’s and Grocery Outlet, basic hardware and some camping supplies.
Ben’s Fine Wine and Spirits
3480 Lakeside Drive – 775-825-0244 – 775-829-2367 – map
Open daily 7am-10pm, Fri-Sat 7am-11pm. Good wine, spirits, and beer selection with some of the best sales in town. Ben’s can special order anything you want for you to pick up on your way to the playa — call to find out more.
Aloha Japanese Steakhouse
3338 Kietzke Lane – 775-828-9611 / 775-828-9612 – map
Open Mon-Fri 11am-9:30pm, Sat-Sun 11am-10pm. Several large sushi bars with lots of seating.
294 East Moana Lane # 1 – 775-828-7311 - map
Open Mon-Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11am-9pm.
Hotels & Hotel Casinos
RV and Truck Rentals
El Monte/Budget RV and Truck Rentals
85 Gentry Way – 775-825-8833 – map
One of the very few places in the region to rent an RV or truck for the playa. Burners are asked specifically to contact the owner Steve at 775-846-2725 or at renotruckrental(at)yahoo(dot)com to make rental arrangements. A fellow burner who loves taking care of fellow burners, Steve is making sure there are enough RV and trucks in stock for us. Recommended that you reserve ASAP!
RV Repairs and Parts
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