Approximately 237 million people visited American national parks in 2020, representing a 28% year-over-year decrease attributed to the coronavirus pandemic. Stacker compiled a list of the closest national parks to Las Vegas.
Plans for a mountain bike park at Lee Canyon ski resort cleared a significant hurdle after the company settled a federal lawsuit brought aiming to protect an endangered butterfly species.
The Las Vegas High Rollers are making a mark in the world of wheelchair rugby.
A sense of adventure and plenty of hiking sensibility are what’s needed for Late Night Trailhead, where manageable and meandering trails sprawl into the Las Vegas outback.
Established in 1939, the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge encompasses more than 665,000 acres and protects more than 400 desert bighorn sheep and other wildlife.
Grapevine Canyon is one of the finest petroglyph sites in Southern Nevada. It is also one of the easiest to visit on a day trip.
Arizona’s Upper and Lower Antelope canyons offer easy access to dramatic rockscapes
An off-the-beaten fall foliage circuit is Kyle Canyon’s Acastus Trail, which offers the chance to spot Gambel oak leaves changing from greens to reds, golds and browns.
With Labor Day approaching, officials are reminding visitors not to bring pool toys to Lake Mead.
The group says it plans to upgrade and expand the 11-year-old site, which features six replica professional baseball stadiums.
Mermaid culture is about fun, inclusivity and conservation, and it’s catching on in Las Vegas
Last summer, Eric Poulin bushwhacked his way across some 17 mountain ranges in central Nevada, plotting the coordinates of a new route he christened the “Basin and Range Trail.”
The park, which is being developed to have accessible playground equipment and recreational fields, will be built at Russell Road and Stephanie Street.