Things to Do in Rest of Nevada

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Located 108 miles north of Las Vegas, NV. Ash Springs is a desert oasis, part of a series of natural springs in the area, which sits in the middle of... Read More

A popular stop for visitors en route to Sin City, this casino is part of Buffalo Bill’s Resort in Primm, Nevada, just 40 miles southwest of Vegas.... Read More

The delightfully kitschy, 472-room resort has packed in the waterfalls, gardens, and pools to help you forget you’re in the middle of the desert.... Read More

The circus shows are free on the hotel's Midway stage. Read More

Check out Reno’s classic casino and the “biggest little” sign next door. Read More

Vegas is known for having scads of discount outlets, but the king of them all is 35 miles west, in the border town of Primm. Fashion Outlets Las Vegas... Read More

Here, on a lonely stretch of private land, for no particular reason, rest half a dozen outsize sculptures, including a 24-foot oxidized steel miner,... Read More

This remote desert park in east-central Nevada has plenty of groves of gnarled bristlecone clocking in at more than 4,000 years old, as well as aspen,... Read More

This kid-pleasing site has a 500-foot elevator ride down the canyon wall. The tour includes a walk-through of the generators, diversion tunnel, and... Read More

The base of the ski mountain is a whopping 8,510 feet above sea level. There are 10 trails; the summit of the ski lift is 9,370 feet, and you can... Read More

Take a cruise of the Colorado River on one of two boats tricked out to look like old-time paddle-wheel steamers. Read More

This otherworldly bowl-shaped hole is nearly 4,000 feet across and 430 feet deep, and was formed two million years ago when lava bubbled along a fault... Read More

The impressive National Automobile Museumfeatures a 1936 Mercedes-Benz Roadster worth more than $3 million. Read More

The formal downtown river walk follows both banks of the Truckee River for half a mile. Professional kayakers run its up-to-class-3 rapids. Read More

Once owned by Howard Hughes, the 520-acre oasis features more than 50 miles of marked trails and is always 20 to 30 degrees cooler than the Strip. Read More

During summer, Tahoe Whitewater Tours gives guided inflatable-kayak float trips on the city's churning waters. Read More

Located in Primm, Nevada, 40 miles southwest of Las Vegas, this miniature Wild West—themed amusement park is ideal for those who haven&rsquo... Read More

Brave the 180-foot tower from which you’ll do a combination skydive/bungee jump. Read More

Walk the red sandstone formations. Nevada’s oldest state park is made up of some 35,000-odd acres of petroglyphs and dramatic rock formations.... Read More

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