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Grand Sierra Resort

Pet Policy

Please be advised that effective May 1, 2016 Grand Sierra Resort and Casino will no longer be allowing dogs on property. This change is being implemented in an effort to address and meet all of our guests’ concerns regarding safety and cleanliness. Service dogs that meet the requirements set forth by State of Nevada statute (NRS 426.510) will still be accepted on property.

It has been our pleasure to allow guests the privilege of bringing their pets when visiting Grand Sierra Resort, but unfortunately not everyone has been respectful of our pet policies and we find this change necessary. Should you require pet friendly accommodations the Hyatt Place Reno-Tahoe Airport is located a very short distance from Grand Sierra Resort. Thank you for your understanding.


The above policy update applies to the main Hotel and will not affect the existing policy for the RV Park. Dogs will still be allowed to stay with our RV Park guests and will be subject to the following policy:

  • Good behavior is required. Dogs of any breed that are hostile or aggressive will be asked to leave the campground, along with their owners.
  • Bring the leash. Dogs must be kept on leashes no longer than 6 feet when outside their owners’ vehicles. Do not leave a tethered dog unattended.
  • Remember manners. Constant barking bothers other campers. If your pet is too vocal, you’ll need to find other accommodations.
  • Please make sure to let us know you are bringing your furry friends. You can notify us by entering the number of pets in the ‘Comments’ in the online reservation form.
  • Pets need to be good neighbors, not excessively noisy, child friendly and non-aggressive (snarling, growling, jumping toward other people, etc. can scare other guests). If your pet becomes too un-neighborly, you may be asked to leave without a refund.
  • Please clean up after your pet(s), we provide potty bags for your convenience. Stepping in a pet’s deposit ruins the day for others.  We monitor surveillance daily, and a $50 clean-up fee will be charged each time we need to clean up after a pet.