Explore Las Vegas

Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Swim, boat, hike, cycle, camp and fish at America’s first and largest national recreation area. With striking landscapes and brilliant blue waters, this year-round playground spreads across 1.5 million acres of mountains, canyons, valleys and two vast lakes.

Flamingo Las Vegas

The mystique of the Flamingo dates back to 1946 when Bugsy Siegel opened his “class joint” near downtown. What remains is a resort overlooking lush Caribbean landscaping, pools, spas, waterslide, and wildlife menagerie with flamingos and swans. Hit the GO pool for a high-octane, pool-party vibe.

Valley of Fire State Park

Nevada's oldest and largest state park, dedicated in 1935, which derives its name from the stark red sandstone formations. Ancient trees and early man are represented throughout the park by areas of petrified wood and 3,000 year-old Indian petroglyphs.

Luxor

One of the most recognizable structures in Las Vegas, the Luxor Hotel stands majestically. The identifiable pyramid with its illuminating spotlight is one of the few manmade structures visible from space. Even more awe-inspiring sights await inside, with the world’s largest open atrium.

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is located just a few miles west of Las Vegas and encompasses 195,819 acres within the Mojave Desert.  Red Rock Canyon is an area of worldwide geologic interest and beauty with more than 30 miles of hiking trails, accessible off the 13-mile scenic loop road that takes you through

Bellagio Fountains

At Bellagio, more than a thousand fountains sway in front of the hotel, enhanced by music and light. The display spans more than 1,000 feet with water soaring as high as 460 feet into the air. There is nothing like seeing them in person.