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- Bonnie Springs
Awesome in both scale and beauty, Bonnie Springs is a mile deep and over 280 miles long. Various local tour companies offer flight tour packages. Located 300 miles from Las Vegas via Highway 93, Kingman exit, turn eat on Interstate 40 to Williams and north on 64. For more information call (928) 638-7888.
- Hoover Dam
An exciting and educational sight-seeing stop for the entire family, Hoover Dam has many guided tours of this engineering feat. Located 30 miles from Las Vegas on Highway 93. For more information call (702) 494-2517.
- Lake Mead
With 550 miles of shoreline, Lake Mead is the largest man-made body of water in the United States. This extraordinary recreational area combines beauty with the fun of boating, waterskiing, swimming, and fishing. Boating rentals, fishing licenses and bait are available. Located south of Las Vegas via Highway 93. For more information, call (702) 293-8990. Park info Monday - Friday only. Visitor center open 7 days a week.
- Spring Mountains National Recreation Area
A serene forest setting, generally 30 degrees cooler than Las Vegas, with picnic areas, hiking trails, horseback riding, camping sites, winter skiing, and hotel/lodge accommodations. Located in the Toiyabe National Forest, 36 miles from Las Vegas on Highway 95. Park visitor information call (702) 515-5400.
- Red Rock Canyon
This is must-visit for rock climbers and hikers, vividly colored rock formations and desert flowers. Located 20 miles from Las Vegas via Charleston Boulevard. For information, call (702) 515-5350.
- Valley of Fire
A culturally-enriching experience for all ages, Valley of Fire’s Indian petroglyphs adorn the red and white sandstone formations. Nestled among the sandstone outcrops are picnic sites and camping facilities. Located one hour north of Las Vegas on 1-15. For more information, call (702) 397-2088.