Top 10. Best Parks and Nature Attractions in Nevada

Top 10. Best Parks and Nature Attractions in Nevada

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3 Popular Attractions In Nevada

  • Neon Museum: Museum featuring signs from old casinos and other outdoor displays, located in Las Vegas, Nevada.
    • Lake Tahoe: Large freshwater lake on the Nevada-California border.
    • Count's Kustoms: Auto restoration service offering a showroom for public tours, located in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    Nevada Facts:

    • In 1899 Charles Fey invented a slot machine named the Liberty Bell. The device became the model for all slots to follow.
    • Grammatically, the proper term for the mountains is the Sierra Nevada not the Sierras. Robert Conrad almost called one of his television series High Sierra Rangers but changed it to High Mountain Rangers.
    • Hoover Dam, the largest single public works project in the history of the United States, contains 3.25 million cubic yards of concrete, which is enough to pave a two-lane highway from San Francisco to New York. The dam face was used in an amazing stunt for Roland Emerich’s “Universal Soldier” and has been seen in such films as “Viva Las Vegas” and “Fools Rush In.”
    • Legalization of gambling in 1931 encouraged other parts of the country to request the recall of Nevada’s statehood. Today there are forms of legalized gambling in 48 of the 50 states.
    Las Vegas, Nevada
    Downtown Las Vegas
    World Market Center
    Stratosphere Tower
    The Strip Las Vegas
    Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health
    Clark County Government Center
    Official seal of Las Vegas, Nevada

    Etymology: Spanish: Las vegas (English: The meadows) Nickname(s):

    “Vegas”,[1] “Sin City”, “City of Lights”, “The Gambling Capital of the World”,[2] “The Entertainment Capital of the World”, “Capital of Second Chances”,[3] “The Marriage Capital of the World”, “The Silver City”, “America's Playground”

    Interactive map of Las Vegas
    Coordinates:

    36°10′30″N 115°08′11″W / 36.17500°N 115.13639°W / 36.17500; -115.13639Coordinates: 36°10′30″N 115°08′11″W / 36.17500°N 115.13639°W / 36.17500; -115.13639 Country United States State Nevada County Clark Founded May 15, 1905 Incorporated March 16, 1911 Government

    •Type Council–managerMayor Carolyn Goodman (I) •City Council
    Members
    City manager Jorge Cervantes Area

    City 141.84sqmi (367.36km2) •Land 141.78sqmi (367.22km2) •Water 0.05sqmi (0.14km2) Elevation

    2,001ft (610m) Population

    City 641,903 •Rank 26th in the United States
    1st in Nevada •Density 4,527.46/sqmi (1,748.01/km2) •Metro

    2,265,461 (29th) Demonym(s) Las Vegan Time zone UTC−08:00 (PST) •Summer (DST) UTC−07:00 (PDT) ZIP code
    89044, 89054, 891xx
    Area code(s) 702 & 725 FIPS code 32-40000 GNIS feature ID 847388 Major airport LAS Interstate Highways I-15, I-515 Other major highways US93, US95, SR159, SR599, SR604, CC215 Website lasvegasnevada.gov

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    Top 10. Best Parks and Nature Attractions in Nevada: Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Las Vegas, Valley of Fire State Park Overton, Hoover Dam, Mount Charleston, Sand Harbor Incline Village, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Flamingo Wildlife Habitat Las Vegas, Great Basin National Park, Mt. Rose Ski Resort, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park