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NEVADA TRAVEL GUIDE

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OVERVIEW



There's more to Nevada than just Las Vegas. A lot more. Nevada has several top-rated desert nature parks, including Valley of Fire State Park and Gold Butte National Monument. There are giant water reservoirs to play on, and many excellent museums to peruse through. If you head north, you can explore some of the wildest country in the lower 48. Nevada also holds the Burning Man event, the premier artistic, self-expression annual festival in the world.

5-STAR ATTRACTIONS IN NEVADA



There are many 5-star attractions in Nevada. I believe each of these attractions should be on your Nevada state bucket list since they are all noteworthy from a national perspective:

Northern / Northcentral Nevada (including Reno and Great Basin National Park)
ATV/ORV-ing near Lake Tahoe - there are several local guided tour/rental companies in the area
Burning Man (event) - an annual "community and global cultural movement" festival; words cannot describe this event; adults only!
Chollar Mine Tours, Virginia City - underground mine tours (goes about 400 feet in)
Flume Trail, Incline Village - famous mtn biking trail with stunning elevated views of Lake Tahoe; shuttle rides can make this a one-way ride
Fly Geyser, Gerlach - colorful geyser that spouts water more than 5 feet high; created accidentally by humans but beautiful nonetheless
Great Basin National Park - beautiful alpine environments and cave tours; excellent hiking, including Wheeler Peak and scenic lakes
Lake Tahoe - beautiful lake on the border of California and Nevada; surrounded by hiking, biking, and 4x4 driving trails; many ski resorts
Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest - uncrowded and beautiful landscapes in the largest national forest in the lower 48 states
Lehman Caves, Great Basin National Park - best underground cave tours in Nevada
Lexington Arch, Great Basin National Park - impressive 200ft wide limestone arch; requires a 5.4 mile round-trip hike
Loneliest Highway in America (US-50) - not a whole heck of a lot to see on this highway, but that's the point
Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe - arguably Nevada's best ski/snowboard resort; one of several ski resorts close to Lake Tahoe (most are in California)
National Automobile Museum, Reno - one of the premier auto museums in the U.S.
Nevada Northern Railway Museum, Ely - historic and scenic trail rides
Reno Arch sign - if you visit Reno, you might as well take a photo of the famous welcome sign at night (everyone else does)
Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park - scenic beach on Lake Tahoe; entry permits may be required starting in 2023

Central / Southcentral Nevada
Cathedral Gorge State Park - one of the most beautiful NV state parks; dramatic and unique formations of soft bentonite clay
Extraterrestrial Highway (NV 375 from Crystal Springs to Warm Springs) - several alien themed attractions and photo-ops; not everyone will be impressed by this (it certainly helps if you have an appreciation for aliens and/or ridiculous roadside attractions)

Southern Nevada (excluding Las Vegas)
Don Laughlin's Classic Car Collection, Laughlin - more than 80 vehicles on display
Gold Butte National Monument - 4x4 driving and remote hiking to beautiful desert scenery, including Little Finland and Whitney Pocket
Hoover Dam, Boulder City - the U.S.'s most famous dam; several viewpoints available; guided tours of historic tunnels and elevators available
Kayaking Emerald Cove on the Colorado River - great kayaking downstream of the Hoover Dam
Lake Mead National Recreation Area - giant reservoir upstream of Hoover Dam; one of the most famous boating destinations in the U.S.
Lion Habitat Ranch, Henderson - wildlife sanctuary with optional guided tours and feeding experiences
Little Finland, Gold Butte National Monument - wild rock formations accessible from a 4x4 driving road
Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Mem. Bridge, Boulder City - beautiful views of the Hoover Dam
Mt. Charleston Scenic Byway - one of the best scenic drives in southern Nevada; a great way to beat the Las Vegas heat in summer
Simpsons House, Henderson - replica of what's probably the most famous cartoon house
Valley of Fire State Park - NV's most beautiful natural landscapes; one of the finest state parks in the U.S.; outstanding hiking and scenic views

Las Vegas (in southern NV; see above for other attractions near Las Vegas)
ATV/ORV-ing near Las Vegas - there are several local guided tour/rental companies in the area (including ATVs, dune buggies, etc.)
Bellagio / Bellagio Fountains, Las Vegas - world-famous hotel with water fountain show (which is free and visible from the Las Vegas strip)
Caesars Palace, Las Vegas - world-famous hotel & many great shops
Dig This, Las Vegas - operate heavy construction equipment
Eiffel Tower Viewing Deck, Las Vegas - great views of Las Vegas from a viewing deck that's 46 stories high
Fashion Show, Las Vegas - large mall with hundreds of stores; one of the best shopping malls in the U.S.
Fremont Street Experience, Las Vegas - old-fashioned Las Vegas entertainment district; includes several notable roadside attractions
Gambling in Las Vegas - there are more than 60 major casinos in Las Vegas, and not all of them are on the strip
Helicopter ride to the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas - several companies in the Las Vegas area offer this scenic helicopter ride
High Roller, Las Vegas - gigantic Ferris wheel with excellent Las Vegas views; close to Caesar's Palace
Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas - excellent NASCAR track
Little Vegas Chapel, Las Vegas - get married or renew your vows, Elvis style!
Mob Museum, Las Vegas - probably the best mob-focused museum in the U.S.
Neon Museum / Neon Boneyard, Las Vegas - resting place of many retired Las Vegas neon signs, some of which they light up at night
Pinball Hall of Fame, Las Vegas - one of the best pinball museums in the U.S.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Las Vegas - beautiful hiking, rock climbing, and scenic driving just west of Las Vegas
Seven Magic Mountains, Las Vegas - giant colorful stacked stones in a desert setting; one of NV's best roadside attractions; I-15 south of city
Shooting ranges in/near Las Vegas - Vegas is famous for its shooting ranges and "machine gun experiences"; several companies offer services
SlotZilla Zip Line, Las Vegas - zip-lining off of the world's largest slot machine (which is a roadside attraction on its own)
Storybook Wedding Chapel, Las Vegas - one of Vegas's best "get married quick" churches
Stratosphere Tower, Las Vegas - has an observation deck with several thrill attractions, including SkyPod, X-Scream, and Big Shot
Strip, The, Las Vegas - world-famous hotel, shopping & dining destination; miles of casinos, restaurants, and attractions
Theatre performances in Las Vegas - there are always a few dozen amazing shows happening in Las Vegas (e.g. Cirque du Soleil)
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, Las Vegas - one of several Titanic-focused museums in the U.S. (all of them are fascinating)
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign, Las Vegas - classic photo-op when you visit Las Vegas

Are you aware of any other 5-star attractions in Nevada? If so, please email me at gparsons66@hotmail.com.

TOP 10 ATTRACTIONS IN NEVADA



Are you short on time or struggling to choose something to do or see in Nevada? Here are my selections for the top 10 attractions or experiences in Nevada, in no particular order:

Spend 2 full days exploring the world-class Valley of Fire State Park (only one hour north of Las Vegas)
Explode the senses by spending a few days and nights exploring "The Strip" of Las Vegas
Watch some world-class entertainment/shows in Las Vegas
Attend the free-spirited Burning Man Festival (this is definitely not for everyone!)
Explore the fascinating geology of Cathedral Gorge State Park
Go underground at Lehman Caves in Great Basin National Park
Drive the loneliest road in America, US-50
Visit the National Automobile Museum in Reno, one of the premier auto museums in the country
See the Hoover Dam from its various overlooks
Go offroad driving at Gold Butte National Monument

BEST TOWNS & CITIES TO VISIT IN NEVADA



These towns and cities in Nevada are generally regarded as the most interesting to travelers:

Ely - mining and stagecoach history; outdoor activities; eastern edge of the "loneliest road in America" (US-50); historic railway rides
Las Vegas - mega-casinos and resorts; museums; access to nearby outdoor activities (e.g. hiking, rock-climbing); gateway to southern Utah
Reno - "the biggest little city in the world"; casinos and neon lights; a generally cheaper alternative to Las Vegas; close to Lake Tahoe

My favorite city in Nevada is Las Vegas. If you'd like to visit and focus mostly on gambling, eating, and drinking (which most visitors seem to do), I recommend only staying for a few nights (maybe 3-4?). If you want to also enjoy the other attractions of Las Vegas, including outdoor activities, shopping, thrill attractions, and museums, I recommend staying for a full week

Virginia City and Elko may also be worth visiting, but I haven't been there yet to confirm whether it is or not. I know there is a small historic district in Virginia City and at least a few attractions in that area (including a mine tour).

If you are planning on visiting Reno, you might as well also visit Lake Tahoe in California since it's so close.

If I could pick only one place to visit in Nevada, I would choose either Las Vegas or Valley of Fire State Park.

Click here if you'd like to see a complete list of towns and cities that I find interesting across the entire U.S.

WHAT IS NEVADA FAMOUS FOR?



Here are some things that Nevada is famous or well known for:

auto/car museums
buffets
Burning Man festival
desert scenery
gambling/casinos
gold & silver mines
golfing
gun ranges / shooting ranges
legal prostitution
military bases & bomb testing
mob history
neon signs
no income tax
performance theaters / world-class entertainment
trade shows
UFOs/aliens
wedding chapels / instant weddings

Click here if you'd like to learn what other U.S. states are famous for.

NATIONAL PARKS IN NEVADA



There are two official national parks in Nevada, plus many other federally-managed parks and properties, including:

National Parks
Death Valley National Park - only a very small amount of this park is in Nevada (the rest is in California)
Great Basin National Park - famous for its ancient bristlecone pine trees, the Lehman Caves (tours available), dark skies, and mountain scenery

National Monuments
Basin and Range National Monument
Gold Butte National Monument - 4x4 driving and remote hiking to beautiful desert scenery, including Little Finland and Whitney Pocket
Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument

National Forests
Eldorado National Forest‎
Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest‎
Inyo National Forest
Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit

National Recreation Areas
Lake Mead National Recreation Area - giant reservoir upstream of Hoover Dam; one of the most famous boating destinations in the U.S.
Spring Mountains National Recreation Area

National Historical Parks / Other National Parks & Properties
California National Historic Trail
Old Spanish National Historic Trail
Pony Express National Historic Trail
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area - beautiful hiking, rock climbing, and scenic driving just west of Las Vegas
Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area

If you enjoy hiking, I would plan on spending at least 2-3 days exploring Great Basin National Park. If you aren't as interested in hiking, one full day might be enough for the park (and that would include a guided tour of Lehman Cave).

For more information on many of Nevada's national parks, visit the Nevada page of the National Park Service. Take note that this state page on the NPS website typically doesn't include federal properties managed by the BLM, which sometimes includes some of the wilder and more remote national monuments.

For an overview of all U.S. national parks, click here.

STATE PARKS IN NEVADA



Nevada has more than two dozen state parks. Many would agree that these represent Nevada's finest state parks:

Flagship / Premier State Parks:
Cathedral Gorge State Park - fascinating geology, including dramatic spires
Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park - scenery along the northeastern shore of Lake Tahoe
Valley of Fire State Park - NV's most beautiful natural landscapes; one of the finest state parks in the U.S.; outstanding hiking & scenic views

Other Notable State Parks:
Kershaw-Ryan State Park
Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park - great scenery along the northeastern shore of Lake Tahoe, including Sand Beach
Spring Mountain Ranch State Park

My favorite state park in Nevada is Valley of Fire State Park. The scenery is simply world-class, especially once you start exploring from White Domes Road. This state park could easy be upgraded to a national park if the state of Nevada wanted the federal government to take control of it (they don't). I would peg Valley of Fire State Park as a top 10 state park in the U.S.. The park is also only 1 hour northwest of Las Vegas. When you visit Las Vegas, try to convince your hungover friends to rent a car and explore this park for a day. When I go, I always stay at the North Shore Inn and spend 2 days exploring the park. I've spent probably 5-6 days so far in the park, and I still have more on my list to see there (mostly off-trail stuff).

Cathedral Gorge is another outstanding state park. I haven't seen interesting geology quite like this anywhere else in the U.S.. This state park is 2 1/2 hours north of Las Vegas. You only need a few hours to explore this park, although camping there would be pretty awesome. I haven't done that yet.

To see my list of the top 100 state parks in the country, click here.

BEST WATERFALLS IN NEVADA



Nevada has an estimated 15-20 natural waterfalls, although most of them are considered seasonal. Here are the best waterfalls in Nevada:

Big Falls, Mount Charleston Wilderness
Falls Creek Falls, Santa Rosa-Paradise Peak Wilderness
Galena Creek Falls, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Hunter Creek Falls, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Kings Canyon Waterfalls, near Carson City
Mary Jane Falls, Mount Charleston Wilderness

For a listing of all known waterfalls in Nevada, visit the World Waterfall Database website.

BEST SCENIC DRIVES IN NEVADA



This section coming soon!

BEST RAIL TRAILS IN NEVADA



Here is a list of some of the best rail trails (or similar cycling paths) in Nevada:

Historic Railroad Trail
I-215 West Beltway Trail
River Mountains Loop Trail

For detailed information on all known rail trails in Nevada, visit the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy website.

BEST AMUSEMENT PARKS / THEME PARKS IN NEVADA



Nevada only has a few amusement parks. The best amusement parks in Nevada include:

Adventuredome, inside Circus Circus, Las Vegas
Big Apple Coaster, outside New York-New York Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Cowabunga Bay Water Park, Las Vegas - formerly known as Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas
Wild Island Family Adventure Park

In my opinion, none of these are of national significance. But that of course doesn't mean you can't or won't have fun at these places.

BEST MUSEUMS IN NEVADA



Nevada has several excellent museums, including some of the best auto/car museums in the U.S.. The best museums in Nevada include:

California Trail Historic Interpretive Center, Elko
Counts Kustoms, Las Vegas
Don Laughlin's Classic Car Collection, Laughlin
Mob Museum, Las Vegas
National Atomic Testing Museum, Las Vegas
National Automobile Museum, Reno
Neon Museum, Las Vegas
Nevada Museum of Art, Reno
Nevada Northern Railway Museum, Ely
Nevada State Museum, Carson City
Nostalgia Street Rods, Las Vegas
Pinball Hall of Fame, Las Vegas
Shelby American, Las Vegas
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, Las Vegas

BEST DAY HIKES IN NEVADA



Nevada has a huge variety of hiking trails, from desert hikes to alpine lakes and mountains. Here are some of the best day hikes in Nevada:

Northern / Northcentral Nevada (including Reno and Great Basin National Park)
Alpine Lakes Loop, Great Basin National Park
Arc Dome, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Blue Lakes, Pine Forest Range Wilderness Area
Boundary Peak, Boundary Peak Wilderness, Inyo National Forest - high point of Nevada; difficult hike required
Island Lake, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Lamoille Lake, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Lexington Arch, Great Basin National Park - high-clearance vehicle recommended for dirt road leading to trailhead
Liberty Lake, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Bristlecone and Glacier Trail, Great Basin National Park - mountain views plus Nevada's only glacier
Mount Rose, Mount Rose Wilderness
Overland Lake, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Pole Canyon, Great Basin National Park
Smith Lake, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Star Peak, near Lovelock
Wheeler Peak, Great Basin National Park - 8.2 miles round-trip to highpoint of the national park (13,063ft)

Central / Southcentral Nevada
Cathedral Gorge State Park trails - one of the most beautiful NV state parks; fascinating rock spires

Southern Nevada (including Las Vegas)
Atlatl Rock, Valley of Fire State Park - impressive petroglyphs; easy hike
Bowl of Fire Lake Mead National Recreation Area - advanced navigational skills required!
Calico Tanks Trail, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Charleston Peak
Elephant Rock, Valley of Fire State Park - fragile natural arch that looks like an elephant
Fire Wave, Valley of Fire State Park - my favorite natural feature in the state park; beautiful natural sandstone rock patterns
Griffith Peak, Spring Mountains National Recreation Area
Gold Strike Hot Springs, Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Ice Box Canyon, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Mary Jane Falls Trail, Mount Charleston Wilderness - seasonal waterfall
Pine Creek Canyon, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Turtlehead Peak, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
White Domes, Valley of Fire State Park - 1.25 mile loop off of White Domes Road; my favorite trail in the state park

The highpoint of Nevada is Boundary Peak (13,147'), found within the Boundary Peak Wilderness of Inyo National Forest. A difficult day hike of 7.5 miles round-trip is required to reach the summit. Expect some rock scrambling and difficult walking on rock scree.

To find more hikes in Nevada or to learn more about the hikes I've listed above, I recommend purchasing hiking guidebooks on Amazon (or from your local retailer). Another option is using alltrails.com, but you have to be very careful when using that website as its information is often wrong or incomplete. Published hiking guidebooks will likely always be significantly better than the information you find online.

Visit the Bird & Hike website for many more great southern Nevada hikes.

BEST BACKPACKING TRIPS IN NEVADA



Nevada offers only a few backpacking opportunities. You'll find a lot more backpacking routes in adjacent states (like CA or UT). Some of the premier backpacking trails/areas in Nevada include:

Great Basin National Park (e.g. Baker & Johnson Lakes)
Mount Charleston Trail
Lakes Loop, Ruby Mountains
Liberty Lake and Wines Peak
Little Lakes Loop, Ruby Mountains
Overland Lake, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
Ruby Crest National Recreation Trail
Tahoe Rim Trail
Toiyabe Crest National Recreation Trail

CLASSIC OUTDOOR ADVENTURES IN NEVADA



Nevada offers a few excellent adventures, including these classics:

ATV/ORV-ing near Lake Tahoe
ATV/ORV-ing near Las Vegas
ATV/ORV-ing near Moapa Valley
Backcountry skiing the Ruby Mountains (e.g. Terminal Cancer Couloir)
Backpacking Grand Basin National Park
Backpacking the Ruby Crest National Recreation Trail
Backpacking the Ruby Mountains
Cycling the River Mountains Loop Trail east of Las Vegas
Day hiking Boundary Peak
Day hiking Charleston Peak
Day hiking Wheeler Peak in Great Basin National Park
Heli-skiing the Ruby Mountains (e.g. with Ruby Mountains Heli-Experience)
Kayaking Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Kayaking the Colorado River below Hoover Dam
Mountain biking Bootleg Canyon in Boulder City
Mountain biking the Flume Trail in Incline Village
Mountain biking the Tahoe Rim Trail
Off-trail hiking / arch hunting in Valley of Fire State Park
Rock climbing in Red Rock National Conservation Area - one of the most famous rock-climbing destinations in the U.S.
Rock climbing in the Ruby Mountains
Rock climbing near Lake Tahoe
Snowmobiling near Lake Tahoe
Whitewater kayaking the Truckee River Whitewater Park in Reno

BEST SKI RESORTS IN NEVADA



There are only 3 ski/snowboard resorts open the public in Nevada:

Diamond Peak
Lee Canyon
Mt. Rose

Take note that the ski resorts of the Lake Tahoe area of California aren't too far from the Nevada border (near Reno or Carson City).

NEVADA TRAVEL TIPS



For offbeat and unique Nevada attractions, visit one or both of these amazing websites: Atlas Obscura and Roadside America

UNIQUE / SPECIALTY FOODS TO TRY IN NEVADA



Here are some unique / specialty foods to try while you are in Nevada:

basque dinner
buffets (breakfast/lunch/dinner)
shrimp cocktails

For a list of unique foods and mom-and-pop type eateries and restaurants in Nevada (or any other U.S. state), visit the Roadfood.com website.
For a list of unique foods to try in each of the 50 U.S. states, click here.
For a list of the top-rated beers to try in Nevada (or any other U.S. state), visit the Beer Advocate website.

OTHER KEY NEVADA INFORMATION



Capital = Carson City
Major airports = Las Vegas and Reno/Tahoe
Largest cities = Las Vegas (653,533), Henderson (329,586), Reno (271,953), North Las Vegas (271,641), Enterprise (244,501)
Primary U.S. interstates = I-11, I-15, I-80
State highpoint = Boundary Peak (13,147'); a hard day hike is required to reach the top
Professional sports teams = Las Vegas Raiders (NFL), Vegas Golden Nights (NHL), Las Vegas Aces (WNBA)

Take note that in general this travel guide intentionally excluded restaurants, lodging/hotels, breweries, wineries/vineyards, and certain other types of attractions (like arcades, ax-throwing, bowling alleys, and escape rooms). These types of places tend to come and go, and keeping up with that would be too challenging. I encourage you to use Google Maps, Tripadvisor, Yelp, and other travel sites that have reader reviews to find the latest and greatest places that I haven't covered here.


Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada
Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada

Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, Nevada
Welcome to Las Vegas Sign, Nevada

The famous strip of Las Vegas, Nevada
The famous Las Vegas strip, Nevada

The Beehives in Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
The Beehives in Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

White Domes Trail in Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
White Domes Trail in Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

One of many giant hotels on the strip of Las Vegas, Nevada
One of many giant hotels on the famous strip of Las Vegas, Nevada

Rhyolite Ghost Town near Beatty, Nevada
Rhyolite Ghost Town near Beatty, Nevada

mountain scenery in southern Nevada
mountain scenery in southern Nevada

Fire Wave, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
Fire Wave, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

White Domes Road, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada
White Domes Road, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

Cathedral Gorge State Park, Nevada
Cathedral Gorge State Park, Nevada

Extraterrestrial Highway (NV375), Nevada
Extraterrestrial Highway (NV Highway 375)

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