From canyons to entertainment sources, this is a safe bet. Nevada is a land of discovery. From the northwest of the state rich in adventures to Las Vegas, a metropolis of the desert, a host of experiences are available to you. Whether it’s traveling across large spaces or participating in more social events, like concerts or art festivals, Nevada’s landscape and culture are made for cowboys, visionaries, dreamers and adventurers.
Road trips are at the heart of the Nevada experience. Take the US Highway 50 (known as the “most deserted highway in the United States”) to cross majestic mountain ranges while admiring spectacular sites, like the Great Basin National Park. Be sure to stop in historic mining towns and the ruins of Fort Churchill. At Lake Lahontan, Lake Tahoe and Pyramid Lake, there is plenty of water activity. On the way to Las Vegas, take the US Highway 95 south and spend the night in Tonopah, known for one of the darkest nights in the United States. Take classic roadside shots at The International Car Forest in Goldfield, then join Rhyolite at the exit of Beatty Town. If you’re looking for extraterrestrial experiences, take a detour to State Route 375 and stop at Little A’Le’Inn, where all creatures are welcome.
Nugget Reno in Nevada
Featuring a casino, nightclub and a luxury spa, Nugget Reno showcases Reno’s nightlife and entertainment. Offering free private parking (on-site), the resort offers 4-star star luxury accommodation and a lounge bar. Nugget Reno includes a golf course, hot tub, and indoor pool. Convenient services include express check-in and luggage storage. It also includes a gym with a pool. The Nugget Reno Resort theme rooms include free wireless internet access in the rooms and everything you need for a pleasant stay. Each room has a flat-screen TV, on-demand movies and a private bathroom with a hairdryer.
On-site dining options include Steakhouse, which is the perfect place for a meal. The Nugget Reno resort’s restaurants include Rosie’s Café and Oyster Bar. Guests can enjoy a drink at Tailgate Deli and Sports Bar.
For guests who like to explore local cafes and restaurants, there is a wide range of dining options within walking distance of the resort. Guests can visit nearby attractions, including the Riverside Hotel and the University of Nevada.
Breathtaking natural beauty
Nevada is the most mountainous state in the continental United States. Before leaving for the shimmering lights of Las Vegas, explore the natural sites. Visit the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for hiking, biking or even climbing. Then enjoy a well-earned spa treatment at one of Las Vegas fabulous spas. Discover the incredible sandstone formations of the Fire State Park, zip line in Boulder City and golf all year round on one of the state courses. Push to Laughlin in the Colorado River Valley to enjoy many outdoor activities.
After a visit to Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in the country, head to Carson City, a border town bordered by Sierra Nevada. Backcountry and ATV enthusiasts can take challenging steep trails dating back to the 1850s. Nearby, visit the Stewart Indian School to learn more about Native Americans and Aboriginal traditions. Then, join Reno, the “largest of the small towns in the world,” for a rafting trip on the Truckee River. Discover the culinary delights of Midtown, then head to the city center for a vibrant nightlife. Enjoy a stroll down the Strip to get to know Las Vegas, admire the historic casinos, the huge hotels, the luminous signs, and the dancing fountains before discovering this place in more detail.