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Nevada, the seventh largest state in the USA with regard to physical space, is also famous as ‘Battle Born State’ and ‘Silver State’ in the country. With an arid climatic condition, it has many things for tourists—desert landscapes, lush greenery, national parks, recreational areas and many other awesome places. The outdoor activities include horseback riding, climbing, biking, hiking and fishing. The astonishing thing about this state is that it also boasts ghost towns, with which interesting events are related.  There are also upscale shopping malls and swanky restaurants for tourists to indulge in shopping sprees and stir up their taste buds. From time to time, extravagant live shows are organized in its thoroughfares. For the accommodations of tourists, there are various types of vacation home rentals in Nevadavilla, cottage, condo, cabins and chalets.

Why Visit Nevada?

Nevada is a must-see destination for all those who are admirers of the landscapes; who are fond of photography, who are fond of enjoying nightlife; who are fond of visiting ghostly places and who are fond of stirring up their taste buds with different types of cuisines and beverages.

Things to Visit in Nevada

Nevada is not only famous in the US but also the world over. The credit for this goes to some prominent attractions that have given immense name and fame to this destination. They include the following: 

Lamoille Canyon: Located in the center of Ruby Mountains, this is a famous National Forest Road that curls around the bottom of the Ruby Dome. It is known to have been carved long before by glaciers.  It is bordered by meadows and is frequented by a large variety of birds, mountain goats and bighorn sheep. The enjoyable activities include hiking, fishing and camping.

Reno: This is the second largest city in the state after Las Vegas with regard to population. It boasts many impressive attractions for tourists. The popular annual events, which are organized here, include the Hot August Nights car convention, the Great Reno Balloon Race and the National Championship Air Races. It also boasts the National Automobile Museum and many other museums.

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area: This is one of the most popular hiking areas in the state. It covers many geological formations and many striking sites. Some of its appealing features include the Keystone Thrust, mountains and box canyons. The popular activities for tourists include picnicking, horseback riding, mountain biking, road biking, picnicking and road climbing.

Valley of Fire State Park: This is one of the most attractive natural marvels in the state. It provides tourists with amazing views of landscapes. It is suggested that tourists enjoy a trip in order to experience this park. Hiking trails are the most enjoyable activity here. Although these hikes are short, they take tourists through many spectacular sites—old filming locations,slot canyons and rock walls covered in petroglyphs.  

Lake Mead National Recreation Area: This is a huge area that covers nearly 1.5 million acres of land and provides plenty of activities to tourists—camping, hiking, boating and beaching. Boulder Basin is the most popular part of this area.  It is a beautiful place for setting tents and recreational vehicles. 

Beaches near Nevada

Nevada becomes a worth-enjoying destination in terms of gorgeous beaches during the summer season. Some of the most popular ones include the following:

Willow Beach: Located in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, this beach provides great respite to tourists from sizzling summer. It has cool sand, crystal clear water and soothing atmosphere to refresh tourists.

Burnt Cedar Beach: This is one of the most amazing places in Incline Village. It boasts BBQ grills, a snack bar, a swimming pool and clean bathrooms. Only residents of Incline Village are allowed to visit this beach. Other tourists need to have a guest pass to visit it. 

Nevada Beach: Located on the east shore of Lake Tahoe, this is a peaceful beach and provides many recreational activities to tourists—camping, boating, fishing and swimming.

Sand Harbor Beach: This is the most beautiful beach in Lake Tahoe. It has soft sand and blue-colored water. This is a perfect place for a get together with families and kids. Tourists are advised to land on it as early as they can since it is prone to getting crowded. 

Best Time to Visit Nevada

In terms of weather, the best time to visit Nevada is from April 23rd to July 1st. During this time, the weather remains warm and there are the least chances of snowfall or rainfall.

How to Visit Nevada?

Nevada can be accessed easily from any part of the world. The prominent airports located here are McCarran International Airport, Reno/Tahoe International Airport, Boulder City Municipal Airport, North Las Vegas Airport, etc. The local transportation includes bus and tram services. 

Vacation Home Rentals in Nevada

Tourists are advised to refer to Find American Rentals, one of the best Nevada vacation rentals by owner. It provides no booking fee vacation rentals to tourists at affordable prices. The vacation rentals are equipped with all modern facilities and amenities. In addition, grocery shops, bank/ATMs, hospitals and attractions are located near these rentals for the convenience of tourists.