Summertime means barbecue season, and the greater Las Vegas area is lucky enough to have numerous parks with grills to be used by picnickers who are enjoying a day outdoors.
Whether you are looking for a day at Cowabunga Bay or a family camping trip to Lake Mead, you can have it all and then some in Las Vegas over Memorial Day weekend.
Las Vegas residents love their dogs. This appreciation for the canine persuasion is shown by the number of parks and variety of walking trails appropriate for taking a stroll or a jog with your furry friend.
Visitors may want to keep up their physical activity, especially in a tourist town such as Las Vegas. Chances are good that your hotel will have some options available, but if you are looking for something different, there are choices.
Many people have the wrong idea about Las Vegas. Of course there are the casinos, the glitz and so many city lights, but there are also some wonderful seasonal activities for families.
After the summer heat and monsoon season, locals and tourists are ready to enjoy the beautiful fall weather and celebrate with festivals. Whether embracing ethnic diversity, a different era or indulging in art, food or music, Las Vegas features great fall festivities.
With such an abundance of natural beauty and convenient recreation center pools, there is always something ‘cool’ to do in the Las Vegas area.
Las Vegas’ desert location doesn’t mean the area lacks stunning picnic sites. From duck ponds and fishing to romantic desert views, this city has just the right picnic hideaway for every basket. Enjoy the little spot just outside of town where mountain goats come join dinner, but be sure not to miss out on the most stunning picnic locales in the neighborhood.