Nevada Bed and Breakfasts

Las Vegas Territory

Reno/Tahoe Territory

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Nevada, nicknamed the Silver State, is home to a wealth of treasures for outdoor explorers, families, or any visitor eager to be rewarded with eye opening experiences. Nevada is an exciting destination filled with resort spas, ghost towns, art galleries, shopping, and more! Among its famous destinations is Virginia City, part of the Reno-Sparks area, where visitors can tour the Chollar Mine, the fifth largest producer of silver. The area is surrounded by three major lakes, Lake Tahoe, Pyramid Lake and the Truckee River and is a haven for boaters. Let’s not forget the casinos! In addition to its famous boomtowns, Nevada is home to beautiful backcountry. Over 110,000 square miles of mountains, valleys, lakes, rivers, and desert, make up the state. Activities include sand boarding, fishing, horseback riding, and hunting. Laughlin, located in the southernmost tip, is third in casino destinations after Las Vegas and Reno. Laughlin is very family friendly, due to its locale on the Colorado River. While in Laughlin, a trip to Hoover Dam, built in 1933, is a must see. And the infamous Las Vegas Strip! The Strip is home to dramatic architecture, the most modern hotels, casinos, and restaurants. Free attractions on The Strip include water fountains at Bellagio, the volcano at the Mirage, and Festival Fountain at Caesars Palace. Las Vegas is home to the best of entertainment, including Celine Dion & Cirque du Soleil. Fremont Street, second in popularity to The Strip and its Space Frame are a must see for kids of all ages.