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Las Vegas is a destination spot, no doubt. But if you’re a local and need a break away from the Strip and surrounding areas, here are some great day trips to consider.
Whether it’s camping or boating, a visit to a park, a barbecue, mini golf or horseback riding, everything is available for your leisure time fun when you are in the Valley during Labor Day weekend.
You may not be able to get as up close and personal at some places as you could at the Las Vegas Zoo, but there are numerous other spots where children can still pet the animals and have a true “hands-on” experience.
Whether downtown or in the surrounding areas, Southern Nevada offers the chance to experience its past in present day Las Vegas.
You can even enjoy the ultimate show with a holiday theme when you visit over the Thanksgiving weekend. All this and more, courtesy of your favorite spot, Las Vegas.
If you’re feeling romantic, want to dance the night away or if you simply want to enjoy the beauty of the sun going down while the city lights come up, check out one of the following spots for the best places in town to watch the sunset.
To enjoy horseback riding with all the amenities while taking in a vista second to none, there’s no where like Las Vegas to head for the hills or hit the Ol’ Spanish Trail.
Here are five of the best Halloween venues in the Valley, rated from ‘G’ for suitable for all ages to ‘R’ for children over 14 years of age with parental accompaniment.