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Set your imagination free, here in the Weirdest, Wildest West. An otherworldly frontier waiting to be explored, Nevada gives you the space you need to roam and climb and laugh and dream as you make unforgettable memories. Explore far-away settlements, colorful characters, and hear unforgettable stories in Nevada.


Mt Charleston

Though Mt. Charleston National Recreation Area is closely monitoring its capacity with over 50 miles of maintained trails, the following trail heads are open and waiting for you to enjoy the Nevada outdoors: Cathedral Rock, Cliffrose, Fletcher, Canyon, Mary Jane, Trail Canyon, Deer Creek, Desert View Overlook, Juniper.


Valley of Fire

With 40,000 acres of red Aztec sandstone, Valley of Fire's landscape dates back over 2,000 years. Many hiking trails are available to day-time visitors, as well as shaded picnic areas.


West Wind Drive-In

West Wind All-Digital Drive-In was among the first drive-in movie theaters to embrace a modern experience with the largest digital projectors available. Showing double-features nightly, West Wind Drive-In is a great night time addition to your Nevada road trip!

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Las Vegas Strip

While traffic is light, drive the neon-soaked Las Vegas Strip and take in all the sites Vegas is famous for. From the fountains at Caesar's Palace to the gondola waterways at the Venetian, this 4 mile stretch is filled with quintessential photo ops!


Lake Mead National Recreation Center

Looking for a little fun in the water for your desert Road trip? Visit America's First National Recreation Area, Lake Mead. Swim, boat, hike, cycle, and fish against Lake Mead's picturesque landscapes and crystal blue waters. Note, you currently must have your park pass before you arrive as the park is offering no transactions at the gate.

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