I heard someone say once that Las Vegas is "like the moon" all rocks and sand. There really are places not far from the strip that have an abundance of green grass, and there is even a pretty lake, Lake Sahara, where you can escape for an afternoon.
A review of the Las Vegas KOA RV park at Circus Circus. Both the good and the bad of this campground.
Want to know the pros and cons of living in Las Vegas? This city is much like any other if you don't count the Strip. There are neighborhoods, schools, and stores, and the weather is generally great.
You don't have to be a gambler to have a memorable time in Sin City. This article tells you all of the ways to have fun in and around Las Vegas without placing a bet.
Lake Tahoe is not the only site to see when you visit the area. Across the way on another mountain is historical mining town of Virginia City. It was a boom town in the mid-1800 and home of the Comstock Lode. It is well worth a visit for a day.
Las Vegas Curfew laws are somewhat difficult to unravel. The curfew for weekdays is different than the curfew for weekends. And Vegas Visitors are not immune to the law just because they are not residents. Adding to the complexity for locals are...
Just a short drive from the glitter and hustle and bustle of Las Vegas is an old ghost town and abandoned mine with a rich history. Ghost stories abound from this place, that has a history of turmoil and violence that happened back in the days of the "Wild West."
Visit Las Vegas back in it's Heyday! In the days of Bugsy Siegel, The Rat Pack and Elvis, back when it was called "Glitter Gulch."
Are you going to Las Vegas during football season? Learn the prime spots to cheer on your favorite team and the nearby options for dining, shopping and shows. Includes a primer on common football bets and how to place a football wager.
Free things to do on the strip in Las Vegas, and a shhhh, secret pizza place for great pizza at a reasonable price. Wonderful and entertaining attractions for the entire family that will not break the bank.