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Nevada is a state located in the western United States.
Regions in Nevada : Great Basin, Mojave Desert, Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas Valley
Cities in Nevada : Carson City, Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Reno, Sparks
Counties in Nevada : Churchill, Clark, Douglas, Elko, Esmeralda, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Lincoln, Lyon, Mineral, Nye, Pershing, Storey, Washoe, White Pine.
State capital Nevada : Carson City.
camping, car hire, holiday rentals, hotels & inns, tour operators, travel guides, travel to nevada
Camping / Campgrounds / RV Parks
Go Camping America - National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC)
Koa - Campgrounds of America
National Park Service Campground and Tour Reservation Site
Funroads - Get Outta Town!
Car Rentals in Nevada
Holiday Homes Nevada / Apartments
Holiday homes, condos, cabins and villas, offered directly by owner. Simply browse and search the properties for that perfect vacation spot.
VRBO vacation rentals
GreatRentals.com - USA Vacation Rentals
Hotels in Nevada
Booking.com - Hotels in and around Nevada
Hotels in Las Vegas, Reno, Sparks, Henderson, Mount Charleston, Primm, Stateline, North Las Vegas.
Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.
- Motel 6 and Red Roof
Nevada Hotels / Motels
Choice Hotels - Accommodations, Hotels, Motels, Lodging, Suites, Inns
Best Western Nevada Hotels - Statewide near the Best Nevada Attractions & State Parks
In over 15 cities you will find the warm hospitality and quality lodging you have come to expect from Best Western®.
National Parks / State Parks
Great Basin National Park
From the sagebrush at its alluvial base to the 13,063-foot summit of Wheeler Peak, Great Basin National Park
includes streams, lakes, alpine plants, abundant wildlife, a variety of forest types including groves of ancient
bristlecone pines, and numerous limestone caverns, including beautiful Lehman Caves. This wild and beautiful
land is a great place to spend a day, a week, or more. Basic information follows. Explore the pages of this site to learn more about the park and the opportunities it offers.
Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge
Located approximately 90 miles north of Las Vegas in Lincoln County, Nevada. Located within the Pacific
Flyway, Pahranagat NWR was established to provide habitat for migratory birds, especially waterfowl. Pahranagat's lakes and marshes are a rare sight in this part of Nevada.
Pahranagat's water originates from large springs to the north of the refuge and is managed to obtain the most
value for wildlife. Various types of wetland habitats support many plants favored as food by over 230
species of migratory birds and other resident wildlife. The refuge has four main water impoundments: North Marsh, Upper and Lower Pahranagat Lakes, and the Middle Marsh.
Nevada Department of Wildlife
Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
State Parks Nevada [ Nevada Division of State Parks ]
Travel Agents / Tour Operators
Kuoni - Las Vegas
Viva Las Vegas - One of America's most visited destinations is an all year round playground in the Nevada desert. Las Vegas is glitz, glamour and must be seen to be believed.
- Create your perfect trip to Nevada
Flight, Hotel and Car.
Local Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :
Grand Canyon Tour Company
Grand Canyon Tours, Hoover Dam Tours, Las Vegas Tours, Bus Tours, Airplane Tours, Helicopter Tours,
Train Tours, Rafting Tours, Jeep & SUV-Tours, Hiking Tours.
Grand Canyon Tour and Travel
Airplane Tours, Bus Tours, Helicopter Tours, Rafting Tours, Train Tours, Off Road Tours, Specialty Tours,
Horse Riding, Drive Yourself
Grand Canyon Tours are available everyday of the year from Las Vegas. Airplane tours, helicopter flights,
bus tours, Hoover Dam tours, Colorado River rafting, overnight stays, charter flights... They do it all for you.
Huge discounts for groups, plans for custom tours and off road tours. So give them a call. Just like Las Vegas, they are open 24 hours.
Travel Guides Nevada / Travel Related Books
For more than 60 years, Nevada Magazine has been telling Nevada's story. From the newest hotel attractions
to historic ghost towns to the best vacation spots, Nevada Magazine is the complete guide to the Silver State.
Nevada Magazine.com is an electronic version--albeit compressed--of the bimonthly printed Nevada Magazine
Travel Guides USA [ amazon.co.uk ]
Transportation / How do I travel to Nevada
Las Vegas Airport - McCarran International Airport
Carson City Airport - Carson City Airport
Lake Tahoe Airport
Located just three miles from the south shore of scenic Lake Tahoe, the Lake Tahoe Airport provides year round access to one of America's premier four season playgrounds.
Less than 15 minutes from the heart of Lake Tahoe's South Shore community, the Stateline Casinos and Heavenly Ski Resort.
Non-stop service is provided to the following cities from Reno : Boise, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Elko,
Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Oakland, Phoenix, Portland, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, San Jose and Seattle.
Sacramento Airport - Sacramento International Airport [ California ]
Gateway to Napa Valley & Lake Tahoe
Denver Airport - Denver International Airport [ Colorado ]
Flagstaff Airport - Flagstaff Pulliam Airport [ Arizona ]
Phoenix Airport - Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport [ Arizona ]
Salt Lake City - Salt Lake City International Airport [ Utah ]
Santa Fe [ New Mexico ] - see Visit Santa Fe
Tucson - Tucson International Airport [ Arizona ]
Book cheap flights to Nevada at ebookers and benefit from discounted airfares.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines take you to hundreds of destinations everywhere in the world.
- Flight Tickets Las Vegas
Whatever class you fly in with Virgin Atlantic, you'll always experience that little bit extra – a quality that sets
Virgin Atlantic apart. Your journey begins as soon as you board your Virgin Atlantic flight – great entertainment, free drinks throughout the flight.
Airline Tickets Nevada / Bargain Flight
Looking for maps? Current road and weather conditions? Speed limits on rural highways? see Nevada Department of Transportation and look for 'traveler information'.
Travel Nevada - Nevada's tourism department
State of Nevada [ Government Web Site ]
Carson - State Capital Nevada - Carson City - Nevada Online
Carson - Visit Carson City - Tourist Board
Nevada's capital offers more than you might think. Carson City's rustic beginnings as a frontier town shine bright with history, museums and events and more.
Like many towns in Nevada, Carson City was founded in the boom days of mining -- in the case of Carson
City, silver mining. It was the county seat of the former (1861-1969) Ormsby County, and was named for explorer Kit Carson. The largest nearby city is Reno.
Great Basin Nevada
Part of a large, arid region of the western United States, commonly defined as the contiguous watershed region, roughly between the Rocky Mountains and the Sierra Nevada.
The Basin has remained among the most sparsely-inhabited areas of the United States. The two largest cities
in the basin are Salt Lake City, Utah on its eastern edge and Reno, Nevada on its western edge. Smaller cities
in the basin include Carson City, Nevada; Winnemucca, Nevada; Elko, Nevada; Ogden, Utah; Provo, Utah; and Logan, Utah. See for more info USGS and/or Desertislands.org.
The Mojave Desert occupies a smaller part of southern Nevada. To determine your entry is by observing the
presence of Joshua Trees. The Mojave Desert contains a number of ghost towns. Las Vegas, Nevada is the
Mojave's largest city and metropolitan area. Incorporated cities include Boulder City, Henderson, Jean, North Las Vegas, Laughlin, Pahrump, and Primm
The Mojave Desert receives less than 6 inches (150 mm) of rain a year and is generally between 3,000 and 6,000 feet (1,000 and 2,000 m) in elevation.
Lake Tahoe - Lake Tahoe Travel & Tourism
Lake Tahoe is the highest lake of its size in the United States and the largest alpine lake in North America.
Las Vegas Valley
Death Valley - Death Valley Chamber of Commerce
A wonderland that stretches as far as the eye can see - where you can soak up spectacular sunsets and
star-filled nights and the only sound you hear is the caw of the raven. Immerse yourself in nature - tour historic museums - relax in a hot bath, a luxurious Inn or on a golf course.
Pack your hiking boots - your palette and paints - your camera - your birding books and binoculars - your
journal - your star maps - your bike - your tent - your 4WD vehicle. Guaranteed you'll leave your troubles behind after entering the land of Death Valley and Beyond…
The Solitudes - Pioneer Territory
Nevada's Pioneer Territory just may be the last place where visitors can find the true spirit of the Old West.
The Pioneer Territory covers the South-Central third of Nevada (and a small sliver of California), a part of the
state spotted with historic mining towns, vast scenic vistas, and geologic wonderlands.
Its natural attractions spread over 38,000 square miles of mostly public land, range from Death Valley National
Park, containing the lowest and hottest point in the United States to the arctic tundra of Boundary Peak in the
White Mountains, the highest mountains in the Great Basin and highest point in Nevada at 13,140 feet.
Churchill County [ Government ] - see also City of Fallon
Douglas County is the site of some of Nevada's earliest development. Many small communities are scattered
along the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range, remnants of some of the first towns in the state. A
good number of these communities were established in the 1850's as trading posts and centers of ranching
and farming. Genoa, originally known as Mormon Station, is the oldest of these and was settled in 1851.
Esmeralda County - see also Death Valley Chamber of Commerce
Located halfway between Reno and Las Vegas, is the home to many mining communities and ghost towns.
Surrounded by rugged mountain wilderness, vast open basins and rich mines. Esmeralda County offers a
variety of spectacular scenery, a comfortable lifestyle and an excellent business climate. Goldfield, the principal city of Esmeralda County, is in fact a gold field of opportunity for businesses.
If you like fresh high desert air, stunning mountain views and no traffic congestion, you'll love Eureka County.
Located in central Nevada, Eureka County is comprised of three towns : Eureka, Beowawe and Crescent Valley.
Humboldt County is located in the rugged high desert region of north-central Nevada, bordered on the north by Oregon and by neighboring Nevada counties to the west, south and east.
Situated in the center of the state, the Lander County region attracted prospectors fanning out across the
Great Basin after the 1859 discovery of the Comstock Lode. The County originally encompassed the eastern
third of the State and was called "The Mother of Counties." It was later divided into the Counties of Lander, Eureka, White Pine, and Elko.
Lander County claims fame to celebrations and events which include Austin Gridley Days, the Claim Jumpers
Bike Festival, the Pony Express Open Road Rally, the Human Powered Race, Kington Chukar Day, the Covered Wagon Days Trail Ride, the annual Basque Dinner and Picnic, the Performing Arts Crab Feed, the
Community Christmas Celebration, the 4th of July Festival, the Lander County Fair and it's newest event, the Chukar Tournament and Feed.
Lincoln County [ Government ] - Visit Lincoln County Nevada - Get Primitive in Eastern Nevada
"The towns of Lincoln County Nevada are as different and colorful as the country itself. Alamo and the
beautiful Pahranagat Valley, Caliente and its magnificent mission-style railroad depot, Panaca's rich pioneer
history, Pioche and its outlaw image and Rachel located on the Extraterrestrial Highway. These towns are ready to greet the adventurous traveler."
Lyon County - see also Pioche, Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce
Mineral County [ Government ] - Mineral County Chamber Of Commerce of Hawthorne
At an elevation of 4255 feet, Hawthorne's high desert location ensures mild local weather since the
surrounding mountain ranges protect it from the effects of Pacific storms. To the west is the Wassuk Range,
capped by beautiful 11,239-ft. Mt. Grant. To the northwest the Gillis Range peaks span from 5,000 to 7,000 ft.
These mountain ranges, as well as the nearby Garfield Hills and the Sierra Nevadas, are "protectors" of
Hawthorne's weather. Temperatures are relatively mild in the winter and warm during the summer. The sun shines an average of 360 days each year.
Nye County was created in 1864 from Esmeralda County and is the largest county in the State of Nevada consisting of 18,294 square miles. It was named in honor of James Warren Nye, Governor of Nevada
Territory and a United States Senator from Nevada.
Pershing County offers plenty for sportsmen - including large game - deer and antelope; small game - rabbits,
chukkar, sagehen, geese and ducks; also gamefish - walleye, catfish, crappie and bass.
Rock hounds, bottle diggers, metal detectors, explorers and spelunkers can enjoy forgotten camps, deserted
town sites and mines, fossil areas and our vast sage-scented deserts.
For all those who enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing, camping, hiking, boating and swimming Rye Patch
State Park is east of Lovelock. A motocross course is located near the Giant Tufa Park west of Lovelock.
Interesting places to visit close-by include the wildlife viewing routes, the Lovelock Historic Walking Tour, the Marzen House Museum, the GiantTufa Park, and the Lovelock IndianCaves.
Legends of the Old West don't get any richer than they are here. Storey County earned its place on the map in
1859 when miners discovered the largest deposit ever found of gold and silver in Virginia City, which pumped
nearly half a billion dollars into the economy of the United States. This discovery ultimately heralded Storey
County's Virginia City/Gold Hill as "The Richest Place on Earth." Long after the gold and silver rush became a
memory, Storey County was left with a thriving tourism market that continues to attract over 1.6 million visitors annually.
White Pine County [ Government ] - White Pine Tourism, Chamber of Commerce
Here you'll find information about one of the most interesting and beautiful areas in the west. From the
spectacular grandeur of the Great Basin National Park to the quiet serenity of Cave Lake State Park... From
the historic mining towns of McGill and Ruth to the 24-hour night life of Ely... We have a wonderful place to visit and live.
Boulder - City of Boulder
Carlin - Explore Carlin
Dayton - City of Dayton
Elko - City of Elko
Ely - City of Ely
Fallon - City of Fallon - Fallon Tourism
Fallon was born during the California Gold Rush when exhausted travelers stopped along the Carson River
after crossing the 40-Mile Desert, one of the deadliest stretches along the Emigrant Trail. The spot on the river
was called "Ragtown" because of the clothes and blankets that were seen drying, hanging from wagons and in the trees. Present day Fallon is just six miles east of that early settlement.
Fallon is the queen city on Highway 50, the "Loneliest Road in America." This east-west scenic byway that
parallels the original Pony Express route is filled with interesting people and places that define the "other side" of Nevada.
Fernley - City of Fernley
Henderson - City of Henderson
Henderson - City of Henderson ??
...Falling in love with Las Vegas is easy to do. 'The Entertainment Capital of the World' welcomes 35 million
people a year. Visitors love to enjoy luxurious hotels, unique shopping experiences, dazzling and unusual
stage shows, first rate restaurants, and world class gaming. Of course, Las Vegas is also a golfer's paradise, with plenty of championship golf courses.
Away from the man-made excitement is a world of natural beauty unlike any other place on earth. Red Rock
Canyon's unique rock formations are perfect for both the photographer and the rock climbing enthusiast. Mt.
Charleston offers hiking, skiing, camping and all the wonderful sensations of the High Sierras. Lake Mead is
perfect if you're into water sports. The Grand Canyon, Valley of Fire, and Death Valley are all short hops from the Strip... see for more Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce.
Laughlin - Laughlin Visitor Bureau
Visit Laughlin, Nevada for big city entertainment and gaming excitement, in a relaxing small town atmosphere.
Browse this Laughlin, Nevada travel guide and discover all that Laughlin has to offer.
Mesquite - City of Mesquite
Lovelock - City of Lovelock
North Las Vegas
Pahrump - Town of Pahrump / Pahrump Valley
If you are looking for a touch of rural life with the convenience of a large world class destination just 60 miles away, then the Pahrump Valley is the answer.
The Pahrump Valley offers a country-like atmosphere with clean fresh air, plenty of good water and friendly
people who are glad to call you neighbor. We have low taxes, NO personal or corporate taxes, quite affordable housing and an easy-flowing lifestyle.
In the Pahrump Valley, people are relaxed and enjoy life because there is no traffic to fight, very little crime
and more time to do the things they enjoy. The breath-taking sunsets with the picturesque Mt. Charleston and
the Spring Mountains to the east and the Nopah Vista Mountains to the west are a sight to behold. There are ample recreational opportunities associated with these mountains.
Pioche - Pioche Chamber of Commerce
Pioche ( pronounced - pee-oach) is located 180 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Hanging on the side of a
mountain in Nevada's high desert, it enjoys old-west charm, mild summertime temperatures, fine trout fishing,
hunting, and some of Nevada's most scenic state parks. Pioche is an old town by western standards, with
many of the buildings predating the turn of the century. Pioche is far enough from the beaten track to escape
the blatant commercialism that has plagued many tourist towns, but yet it has enough facilities to handle the modest summer crowds.
Reno - City of Reno - Reno-Tahoe - America's Adventure Place
Sparks - City of Sparks
Virginia City - Convention & Tourism Authority
Wendover - City of Wendover
Winnemucca - City of Winnemucca - Winnemucca Tourism
Winnemucca is a great jumping-off point for many types of outdoor recreation. Nearby are fabulous hiking,
hunting and biking trails, as well as miles of ATV and off-road adventure trails. In town, there are over 1,000
hotel rooms, several diverse restaurants, casino gaming, and plenty of other opportunities for fun.
Yerington - City of Yerington
Web site offers a multitude of different riding experiences like the views from Lake Tahoe's Flume Trail; the
solitude of cycling through the heart of Nevada on America's Loneliest Road (Hwy 50); or the inspiration of gliding on two wheels through the Red Rock Canyon near Las Vegas.
Great Basin Heritage Route
The Fremont, Shoshone, Utah and Paiute Indians, the explorers, trappers, miners, farmers and ranchers… all
traveled through this area. Some, finding a way to live, stayed and made their homes here. The sublime
attractions of the high desert valleys and mountains were irresistible. They found hidden treasures in this
semi-arid region -- the soothing green of a mountain stream, the jewel of an alpine lake tucked behind a high
ridge, the subtle colors of the landscape washed with wildflowers in a wet year, singed with earth tones in a drought.
Mohave Phone Booth
The Mojave phone booth was a lone telephone booth placed circa 1960 in the Mojave National Preserve
which attracted an online following in 1997 due to its unusual location. The booth was 15 miles from the
nearest interstate highway, and miles from any buildings. Its phone number was originally +1-619-733-9969, before the area code changed to 760. See also Mojave Phone Booth official movie site
The booth was removed on May 17, 2000 by Pacific Bell, at the request of the National Park Service.
News - The Nevada Observer [ Nevada's Online State News Journal ]
News - Sierra Sun - Daily Paper Covering North Lake Tahoe and the greater Truckee area
News - Tahoe Daily Tribune - Daily Paper Covering South Lake Tahoe
News - The Union - Daily Paper Covering Western Nevada County
Radio - Nevada Public Radio
TV - Northern Nevada Public Television
TV - KLAS TV
University of Nevada
Cuisine - Nevada Recipes
Nevada Beef Council - see 'Recipes'
Grilling, Stir Fry, Ground Beef, Roasting, Heat-N-Serve, Marinating. The recipes have been accumulated from several excellent chefs, including the prize winners from the National Beef Cook Off.
Foodtimeline.org - Traditional state foods & recipes
History of Nevada
Within this site you will find almost everything there is available on the web concerning Nevada's past. This
site offers a great deal of information as well as links to many other important sites to help you in the pursuit of knowledge on Nevada's History.
Nevada History in Maps
The historic maps included in this collection were published by the U.S. government, Nevada and other state
or territorial governments, publishers of commercial maps and atlases local and national, and associations
such as the Lincoln Highway Association. Most are published on printing presses but some are hand-drawn
manuscripts; most are in English but some of the earlier maps are in French. By constraint of available material
, the history presented is focused on western settlement. Although few were found, maps representing Native American settlements or culture were included.
Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation
The Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation (NTSHF) was founded in 1998 to preserve the Nevada Test Site legacy.
Nevada's history - Wikipedia
Music, Art & Culture
Nevada Arts Council
State of Nevada Department of Cultural Affairs
The mission of the Nevada Arts Council is "to enrich the cultural life of the state through leadership that
preserves, supports, strengthens, and makes excellence in the arts accessible to all Nevadans."
National Cowboy Poetry Gathering
The National Cowboy Poetry Gathering is a week-long celebration of life in the rural West, featuring the
contemporary and traditional arts that arise from lives lived close to the land. Poetry, music, stories, gear, film,
photography, food – all contribute to the texture of an event that has become an annual ritual for thousands of
people who value the people and cultures that live and work in the American West. See Western Folklife
A regional nonprofit organization based in Elko, Nevada, the Western Folklife Center works to expand our
understanding of ourselves and our neighbors by celebrating the everyday traditions of people who live and work in the American West.
Western Historic Radio Museum
Vintage Radio Equipment and Memorabilia 1910 through the 1950s
Winterbreak - along the banks of the Colorado River
Each year, thousands of kids celebrate Spring Break along the banks of the Colorado River. A typical Spring
Break, full of raucous teens, all-night beach parties, and wet t-shirt contests will be relived (30-50 years later
) during Winter Break, which will include activities near and dear to the hearts of this audience, such as all
types of dancing, bingo and slot tournaments, healthy cooking classes, wine tasting, fitness activities,
activities for Red Hat Ladies, singles functions, karaoke,a classic car show and more. Educational seminars,
a trade show, and ongoing live entertainment will also draw many participants to Laughlin for Winter Break.
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