Travel & Outdoors
From places to pitch a tent to places to park your RV, Las Vegas has an option that will fit your winter camping needs.
Whether with family, pets, that special someone or as a group, there’s bound to be a great escape right around the corner.
For locals traveling out of town during the upcoming months, there are some holiday travel tips that can help relieve some of the stress.
You may not think of Las Vegas as the place to go for ice skating, however the valley has several options for you to enjoy the cold even when it’s warm outside.
Halloween is right around the corner and with all the haunted houses popping up around Las Vegas, you may be asking yourself, “Are there any real haunted places in Las Vegas?”
Flagstaff, AZ is a quick four hour drive from Las Vegas, but the climate and attractions are so different that you’ll feel like you’ve had a full vacation getaway in one short weekend.
When the dry, desert party atmosphere in Las Vegas leaves you longing for a trip into woody nature, a weekend trip to Mammoth Lakes can be just the thing to get your forest fix.
Plan an offbeat weekend getaway from Las Vegas by exploring some of the popular attractions, independent lodgings and unusual businesses the Phoenix area has to offer.
Las Vegas is a bustling city with a lot of entertainment, but sometimes visitors and locals long for a quiet getaway not too far from home. Lake Mead’s nearby natural recreation area and scenic drive offer plenty of draw, especially because the whole trip takes less than a tank of gas. Explore a road trip loop that will take you by beautiful views, restaurants, shopping and outdoor recreation that heavily contrasts the electronic flash and facades that lure locals and visitors to Las Vegas.
Whether you enjoy relaxing by the lake or action-packed wakeboarding, Lake Powell has it all. This is a perfect place to enjoy almost 2,000 miles of shoreline while taking a break from it all in a beautiful setting.