Top Tourist Attractions in Nevada, Most 48 Beautiful Places to travel In Nevada
Nevada (Spanish for blanketed; see elocutions) is a state in the Western, Mountain West, and Southwestern districts of the United States of America. Nevada is the seventh most broad, the 34th most crowded, and the ninth slightest thickly populated of the 50 United States. Almost seventy five percent of Nevada's kin live in Clark County, which contains the Las Vegas–Paradise metropolitan area where three of the state's four biggest fused urban communities are located. Nevada's capital is Carson City. Nevada is authoritatively known as the Silver State as a result of the significance of silver to its history and economy. It is otherwise called the Fight Born State, since it accomplished statehood amid the Civil War (the words Fight Born likewise show up on the state hail); as the Wise brush State, for the local plant of a similar name; and as the Wise hen State. Nevada fringes Oregon toward the northwest, Idaho toward the upper east, California toward the west, Arizona toward the southeast and Utah toward the east. More infomation please look at :
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3.Death Valley National Park,
5.Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area,
6.Valley of Fire State Park,
9.Lake Mead National Recreation Area,
16,Great Basin National Park,
18,Tahoe Rim Trail,
21,North Las Vegas,
26,Nellis Air Force Base,
35,Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area,
44,Caliente in Nevada,
45,Wells in Nevada,
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Travel Nevada’s ‘Loneliest Road in America’
Nevada is a road trip waiting to happen. At 109,781 square miles, it is the seventh largest state in the Union, with highways and byways past old mining towns, massive sand dunes and forested mountains. A trip on the Loneliest Road in America (also known as the stretch of U.S. 50 inside Nevada) is a great way to explore the Silver State.
A popular place to start is Reno, where downtown lodging options include the Eldorado Resort Casino, Circus Circus Reno and the Silver Legacy Resort Casino. Head east on Interstate 80, and around the town of Fallon, you will connect with Loneliest Road in America. That was how Life magazine described the road in 1986, adding “we warn all motorists not to drive there unless they’re confident of their survival skills.”
It might be lonely, but it’s also full of beauty and adventure. Gin and vodka fans may want to check out Frey Ranch Distillery in Fallon, while off-road enthusiasts will enjoy Sand Mountain Recreation Area, featuring a 600-foot-tall sand dune. On the eastern end of the state, there is Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park, with six 30-foot-tall beehive-shaped ovens used in the late 19th century, as well as Great Basin National Park, home of the amazing Lehman Caves. There’s also the historical Nevada Northern Railway in Ely, whose history is chronicled at the East Ely Railroad Depot Museum, and the McGill Drugstore Museum, a curious remnant of mid-20th century America.
If you’ve traveled the Loneliest Road as far as Ely, you may want to start heading north to the ranching and mining city of Elko, home of the Western Folklife Center, which puts on the annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering. You can head back to Reno on Interstate 80, which roughly follows the path pioneers took in the mid-19th century to reach the gold fields of California. Great stops include the California Trail Interpretive Center just west of Elko; the community of Winnemucca, home of the Humboldt Museum; and Lovelock, where you and your sweetie can “lock your love” in Lovers Lock Plaza.
For more on Nevada and Nevada road trips, visit TravelNevada.com.
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Welcome to Mesquite Nevada
Mesquite is a progressive, “family friendly” community possessing many unique qualities that offer an outstanding living environment. This is why Mesquite attracts new residents and tourists every year. Energetic business people are building thriving business sections while our residents enjoy our beautiful neighborhoods that dot the desert landscape.
Those who are looking to retire in Nevada, but want to stay away from the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas, should consider Mesquite. It is situated 80 miles from Las Vegas, yet is conveniently located on the Nevada-Arizona border. It is also just 40 miles away from St. George, Utah. There are currently less than 20,000 people who call Mesquite home, but the city is growing fast.
Mesquite is your gateway city to visit 1400 square miles of some of the earth’s most magnificent landscapes and archeological sites. Nine national parks, twelve national monuments, six national forests, three national recreation areas, and many state parks are within a day’s drive. Mesquite is a perfect place to stay and plan your trips to surrounding Bryce, Zion, Grand Canyon National Parks, Lake Mead, Snow Canyon and Valley of Fire State Park.
Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway or a new place to call home, Mesquite is a great place to be. We are always up to welcoming new friends or community members. Come and get to know us. You’ll be glad you did.