Fernley is a city in Nevada located along Interstate 80 about 30 miles east of Reno. Fernley was best known in the United States as "that place most Amazon.com stuff ships from" due to the large depot the town had before Amazon moved their operations to Reno itself.

Get inEdit

By carEdit

From Reno: Take the I-80 east.

By planeEdit

1 Tiger Field Airport is the nearest airport, though it doesn't seem to have commercial flights through to it.

2 Reno-Tahoe International Airport (RNO IATA) is the nearest major airport with commercial flights available.

Get aroundEdit




If you win...

Chances are that, if you win it big in Fernley and you are not a U.S. citizen your winnings will be subject to a 30% withholding tax from the IRS. That $10,000 slot winning can dwindle quite quickly if that is taken off the top. Not to worry though you can reclaim your gambling winnings tax through a 1042-S form. You should get this from the casino so don't lose it...it is your starting ticket to getting your gambling winnings back.

Fernley has a few opportunities to gamble.





Go nextEdit

Reno- 80 West, home to casinos and is the "Biggest Little City In The World." About 35 minutes away.

Carson City- Alt 50 West to 50 West. About 1 hour away.

Fallon- Alt 50 East to 50 East. About 30 minutes away.

Routes through Fernley
RenoSparks  W   E  LovelockSalt Lake City
Ends at  Silver Springs  W   E  FallonEnds at  
Winnemucca via     N   S  Silver SpringsHawthorne

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