Entertainment - National Parks

Bonnie Springs in Old Nevada
An old western town in Red Rock Canyon 16 miles west of Las Vegas with a motel, shops, activities and western shootouts.

Death Valley
135 miles from Las Vegas, 40 minutes by plane, lowest elevation on North American Continent at 280 feet below sea level, Zabriskie Point, 20 Mule Canyon, Scotty's Castle, tours available.
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Grand Canyon
About 300 miles (480 km.) from Las Vegas, 1 1/2-hour flight by plane, tours available.
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Floyd Lamb State Park
9200 Tule Springs Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89131 (702) 486-5413) From Las Vegas take US 95 north. Exit right on Durango, then right on Tule Springs.

Hoover Dam
(702) 293-8367) Just 34 miles from Las Vegas and 726 feet high from bedrock. Engineering wonder of the modern world. Tours inside and outside of dam available: $5.00 adults, children under 10 free, 10-16 1/2 price. Black Canyon River Raft Tours available below dam. >From Las Vegas take Expressway 515 south, turns into US 93 south through Henderson and Boulder City to the Nevada/Arizona border along the Colorado River.
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Lake Mead National Recreation Center
Open 50 miles of shoreline, 25 miles west of Las Vegas. Swimming, water skiing, camping, boating, fishing, six marinas, tours available. From Las Vegas take US 93/95 south to Lake Mead Dr./Hwy. 146. On Lake Mead Dr./Hwy. 146 go east through Henderson to Lake Mead Recreation Area.
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Mt. Charelston
35 miles (56 km.) from Las Vegas, highest elevation 11,918 feet, winter skiing, picnicking, hiking, horseback riding, tours available. From Las Vegas take US 95 north to Hwy. 157, then west on Hwy.157 to Mt. Charleston. For info call Toiyabe National Forest, Kyle Canyon Ranger Station at (702) 872-7098.

Lee Canyon
Summer scenic rides. Weekend music festivals. For information call (702) 593-9500. From Las Vegas take US 95 north to Hwy. 156, then west on Hwy. 156, 17 miles.

Red Rock Canyon
Just 15 miles (24 km.) west of Las Vegas. 3,000-foot escarpment produced by thrust fault. A very scenic area of rock formations and open desert. Bureau of Land Management Visitor Center is open each day 8am- 4pm. From Las Vegas take Charleston Ave. west. Continue as it turns into Hwy. 159. For more information call (702) 363-1921.
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Spring Mountain Ranch National Park
At Blue Diamond, NV 89004 (702) 875-4141 Visitor Center is open Mon. and Fri. 12pm-4pm, Sat. and Sun. 10am-4pm. Closed Tues.- Thurs. Picnic area open every day. Entrance fee $4.00 per car. From Las Vegas take Charleston Ave. west. Continue as it turns into Hwy. 159 and pass Red Rock Canyon.

Valley of Fire State Park
Just 55 miles (88 km.) from Las Vegas. Scenic landscapes of hidden canyons and unique rock formations, petroglyphs and remains of ancient Indian civilization. Nevada Park Service visitor center open daily, 8:30am-4: 30pm, tours available. There is a $3 entrance fee. From Las Vegas take I-15 north to Exit 75 and turn right. For more information call (702) 397-2088.


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