Nevada

  • From Red Rock Canyon to the Neon Museum on the Vegas Strip, the Silver State of Nevada is a colorful vacation destination. And, with its light shows, lavish stage productions and miles of brightly lit casinos, the city of Las Vegas is perhaps the most colorful attraction of them all.

    A Nevada vacation can include tours of natural wonders and trips to manmade marvels. You may even find that a sunset hike through the Valley of Fire can rival the bright lights of Las Vegas.

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  • Las Vegas may not be the state capital of Nevada, but it’s arguably the gaming capital of the United States. White the city may have a racy reputation, there are plenty of family-friendly activities in Las Vegas and the surrounding areas.

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  • The Hoover Dam spans the Colorado River’s Black Canyon between Nevada and Arizona. Constructed during the Great Depression and dedicated by President Roosevelt in 1935, this impressive structure provides power to 1.3 million people across three states and forms the Lake Mead reservoir.

    Visitors can take a half-hour guided tour of the Hoover Dam Power Plant or a 60-hour Hoover Dam Tour that includes the dam, power plant and visitor’s center.

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  • The reservoir behind Hoover Dam forms Lake Mead, which covers 1.5 million acres. Lake Mead is popular for kayaking and canoeing, boating and waterskiing, and even freshwater scuba diving. Plus, Lake Mead and Lake Mojave, both on the Colorado River, offer some of the best sport fishing in the U.S.

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