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About Nevada

Known more for the flashing lights and excitement of Las Vegas, it’s a safe bet that there’s a lot more to enjoy in the state of Nevada. Situated in the western part of the United States, Nevada boasts a variety of attractions and things to do that will provide the perfect balance of activity and relaxation in Nevada vacation rentals. Choose from skiing, water sports (yes, in the desert), art galleries, wildlife refuges, casinos, and more during your stay here.


Nevada is mostly made up of desert and semiarid climate regions, and the state is known its low humidity and for being the driest in the country. The climate does vary depending on where you are in the state and what altitude you’re at, though. During the summer, temperatures can exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit in the Las Vegas area. Winters in this part of the state are typically short and mild, while northern Nevada experiences a longer and colder winter season. When planning a trip to Nevada, pack lots of layers since there can be a variation of as much as 40 degrees between daytime and nighttime temperatures.


Popular places to find Nevada vacation rentals include: 
  • Las Vegas Territory: Nevada condo rentals can be found on and off The Strip and are perfect for experiencing the city. You can also find homes in Boulder City to be near the majestic Hoover Dam.
  • Reno-Tahoe Territory: Rentals in this part of the state put you close to the best Nevada has to offer – the thrill of casinos and adventure sports you can enjoy in the great outdoors. Search for places to stay in cities like North Lake Tahoe, South Lake Tahoe, Carson City, and Reno. 

Things to do

Las Vegas is an obvious place to visit in Nevada, and the city truly looks like a mirage in the desert. Although The Strip might look dwarfed by the surrounding desert when you fly in, you’ll never run out of things to do here in “Sin City.” Nevada vacation rentals let you take advantage of all Las Vegas has to offer whether it’s hitting the slots at Caesars Palace, taking a gondola ride at The Venetian, catching a Cirque du Soleil performance, or enjoying some spa time at the Bellagio. When you’ve had enough of the high-roller lifestyle, hike through Red Rock Canyon or simply admire the colorful rock formations on a scenic drive.

Just outside of Las Vegas lies Boulder City and its Hoover Dam. Situated near the border of Nevada and Arizona, this concrete landmark is an impressive sight to see as it tames the Colorado River. Nevada vacation rentals in nearby Henderson put in you a vibrant art district. You can enjoy eight championship golf courses in the area, as well as tour a bird preserve or experience top-quality shopping. Also nearby, Eldorado Canyon Tours offers historic mine tours of the oldest, richest and most famous gold mine in Southern Nevada.

Families will enjoy Reno, a less glamorous and more family-friendly resort town than Las Vegas. In this city, see a one-of-a-kind event at the Reno Air Racing Association, or check out the National Automobile Museum if you’re a car-enthusiast. Kids will love the Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum or catching a minor league baseball game at Reno Aces Ballpark.

In the northern part of Nevada, Lake Tahoe is the perfect place for outdoor recreation. In the summer, enjoy hiking, golfing, fishing and boating. The chilly waters can feel refreshing after an active day in the sun. During the winter, skiers and snowboarders flock to the slopes around Lake Tahoe. 

Food & Dining

Las Vegas has a great variety of dining options for vacationers with all different tastes. Among some of the best and well-known restaurants are Bobby Flay’s Mesa Grill, Emeril Lagasse’s Delmonico Steakhouse, and Daniel Boulud’s db Brasserie. If you’re looking to save money, feast at one of the many all-you-can-eat buffets. Eat like a cowboy at one of Carson City’s barbecue joints, or hit the Downtown Market Place for some organic veggies and prepared gourmet meals to eat in the comfort of your Nevada vacation rental.


Anytime is a good time to visit Nevada. NASCAR Weekend attracts droves of people in February for a chance to see drivers race around the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. March brings the rock-climbing festival called Red Rock Rendezvous, while May is when the ArtFest of Henderson takes place each year. In June, the skies of Carson City fill with color during the Minden Rotary Hot Air Balloon Race. USASA snowboard races are held during the winter in the Lake Tahoe area, so no matter? what you're interested in, you'll find a unique event taking place.

Whether you’re enjoying the great outdoors and the comfort of spacious Nevada vacation rentals, or you’re indulging in the glitz and glam of luxury condos in Las Vegas, you’ll be living life to its fullest here. You can’t go wrong with a vacation to this state no matter what time of year you visit.
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