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Nevada (pronounced [ne- vae-da], with a short “a” as in apple)

Nevada is a state of bold contrasts: bright cities and rural landscapes, extravagant gaming and a movement toward farmers’ markets, local culture, renewable energy and a green building ethos. For those passionate for parks, wilderness, Indigenous cultures, responsible travel, and great fun, Nevada is your build-your-own-adventure.

Questions

  • What would locals like visitors to know about Nevada?

Google Maps
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Urban-Rural Connections
It’s time to connect Las Vegas, one of the world’s most storied cities to rural Nevada. We’d love to know more about Carson City and Reno. These are the hubs of the built environment, centers of employment and tourism. Our wish: tipsheets for locals and visitors – making the most of the cities and getting out into the country.

Indigenous Cultures
It’s time to celebrate Indigenous cultures, the cornerstone of human habitation in the Mojave Desert. Which are Indigenous-owned businesses open to visitors? Who are the Indigenous artisans? What places – museums, pow wows, art shows are open to the public? How do visitors connect?

2020

Nevada Reopens

Stay Home for Nevada

Cities

Carson City, Nevada

Las Vegas, Nevada

Laughlin, Nevada

Reno

Parks

Gold Butte National Monument

Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Lake Tahoe

Ruby Mountains

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument

Valley of Fire State Park

Las Vegas’ City Parks and Nearby Natural Wonders

Features

Nevada Day

Yucca Mountain

Nevada Day

Nevada Test Site

Nevada Tourism

State of Nevada

Burning Man

Planeta.com

Nevada Links

Wild Nevada

USA States

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