Like a blanket of jewels glittering in the desert, the neon-lit playground of Las Vegas sparkles..Boulder City Information
Boulder City was established in 1931 to house the builders of Hoover Dam and to be a model of the..Laughlin Information
Laughlin sits on a slice of land in the Colorado River Valley where Nevada, California and Arizona..Lake Las Vegas Information
Lake Las Vegas is a residential and resort destination situated on a privately owned, 320-acre lake..See all locations in Southern Nevada
The ever-growing resort destination of Mesquite is a desert paradise combining the best of small-town life with big-city attractions. Situated in the picturesque Virgin River Valley, Mesquite offers a majestic mountain backdrop and storybook sunsets. But Mesquite’s appeal doesn’t stop there. Visitors to the friendly desert community will find no shortage of things to do. From gambling and fine dining to championship golf and a selection of annual events, Mesquite has something for everyone.
For the outdoor enthusiast, Mesquite offers world-class mountain biking, ATVing and hiking trails, nature tours, a shooting range and more. Those looking for a peaceful retreat will appreciate Mesquite’s luxurious spas, while gamblers and golfers will find friendly casinos and spectacular greens. Mesquite is home to the Golf Channel’s The Big Break: Mesquite, an amateur competition among golfers with different backgrounds and different skill levels. They compete for an exemption into the 2008 Mayakoba Golf Classic, an Adams Golf endorsement contract and other cash and prizes. The sunny destination also hosts such popular annual events as the Mesquite Days Festival and the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championship.
Mesquite is an hour’s drive from fabulous Las Vegas. Visitors to Mesquite will find as much to do in town as out. It’s a short drive to natural wonders such as Valley of Fire State Park, Hoover Dam and Cathedral Gorge. Other attractions within a short drive include Lake Mead Recreation Area, Great Basin National Park and Zion National Park.
Nevada’s state capital, Carson City, is nestled in the northwestern part of the state only a..Reno Information
What began as a small community built to serve westward travelers in the mid-1800s has become a..Lake Tahoe Information
Welcome to the jewel of Nevada, Lake Tahoe. The largest alpine lake in the United States, Lake..Northwest Nevada Information
“America’s Adventure Place” is how some describe the Reno-Tahoe area. That said, you’ll..Genoa Information
Home to only 250 people, Genoa offers visitors a quaint town with historical charm. You can spend..Virginia City Information
Step back in Nevada time in Virginia City, a Storey County town nestled in the foothills of..Central Nevada Information
Much of Nevada looks just as it did when the pioneers traveled west more than a century ago. The..North Central Nevada Information
You won’t find much traffic as you drive over the mountain passes and across the..Indian Territory Information
The entire state of Nevada is known as Indian Territory, and no wonder. Native peoples have dwelled..Northern Nevada Information
Strap on your hat and pull on your boots for a visit to northern Nevada’s Cowboy Country, where..See all locations in Nevada