Photo: superjoseph/Shutterstock


Trending Cities

Las Vegas



This Epic Burning Man Drone Show Blew Everyone Out of the Water This Year

Get Inside Georgia O’Keeffe Paintings in This Immersive Las Vegas Exhibition

New Study Claims It Found the 20 Most Seductive Cities in the World

This Las Vegas Restaurant Says Its Food Will Kill You — and People Have Actually Died There

These 8 US Airports Were Among the 10 Busiest in the World in 2021

Watch: New Killer Mike Show Explores Cannabis Culture in Four Weed-Loving Cities

Join the Mile High Club, the Legal Way, on a Love Cloud Charter Flight

Win a Free, Month-Long Vegas Residency Valued at $40,000

Videos From Nevada

The Desert Is My Canvas

Running Reno Tahoe With Coree Woltering

5 Artful Stops Along Nevada’s Extraterrestrial Highway

Neon To Nature: 8 Beyond-the-Strip Adventure Tips


The 10 Best Las Vegas Speakeasies and Hidden Bars (and How To Get In)

There's a Micronation in the Nevada Desert You Can Visit With Its Own Currency, Customs, and President

7 Pumpkin Patches in Las Vegas for Some Family-Friendly Festive Fun

The Best Art From This Year’s Burning Man

You Can Take a Free Autonomous Lyft Ride in Vegas

These Airbnbs Have Epic Waterslides To Keep Your Crew Refreshed

This Vegas Resort Is the Ultimate Adult Playground for Sports Lovers

This Hotel-Within-a-Hotel Might Be the Most Relaxing Part of the Las Vegas Strip

Ultimate Burning Man Packing List: 75+ Items To Bring To Black Rock City

Load More

Don’t believe for a second that Las Vegas is the only reason to visit the desert state of Nevada.

Read More

Speaking of the City of Sin, thanks to Facebook, Twitter, and shared online bank accounts, don’t believe for a second that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.

Nevada has over 6,000,000 acres of protected wilderness. For outdoor enthusiasts, there is hiking, climbing, and mountain biking all over the desert and the Sierra Nevada, water sports and skiing at Lake Tahoe, and fishing at Cave and Ruby Lakes.

Check out Matador’s articles on Burning Man, Portal Canyon, and of course, our guides to enjoying Las Vegas.


Regions in United States

Save Bookmark

We use cookies for analytics tracking and advertising from our partners. For more information read our privacy policy.