Las Vegas Area Attractions

Las Vegas Strip • Red Rock Canyon • Mount Charleston • Lake Mead • Hoover Dam • Lake Las Vegas • Valley Of Fire

The Ideal Location For Your Extended Stay



Las Vegas

The Entertainment Capital Of The World
The Las Vegas Strip & Downtown Las Vegas are home to the
most famous gaming resorts in the world. However, Las Vegas
has so much more to offer including the finest dining and
shopping you'll find anywhere. Entertainment options includes
live shows and concerts and our new NFL sports franchise.

Red Rock Canyon

A Natural Geographic Wonder
Red Rock Canyon affords the perfect nature escape. Located
just 15 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip, this national
conservation area offers the amazing beauty of the Keystone
Thrust and the monumental Red Rock Canyon mountains. The
Canyon also features the Spring Mountain Ranch State Park, a
replica of a western ghost town and the village of Blue Diamond.

Mount Charleston

Amazing Mountains & Forests Minutes Fom The Strip
The trip to Mount Charleston passes through the Toiyabe National Forest
and travels up to a beautiful alpine mountain town with an elevation of
7,700 feet. Set in an amazing forest of ponderosa pine trees, the
Mount Charleston Lodge provides an amazing view of Kyle Canyon.

Lake Las Vegas

An Oasis In The Southern Nevada Desert
The Lake Las Vegas Resort is home to three world-class resorts
including the Aston Monte Lago Village Resort, Westin Lake Las Vegas
Resort & the Hilton Lake Las Vegas. Lake Las Vegas features a beautiful
man-made lake surrounded by hotel resorts, golf courses and shops.

Hoover Dam

One Of The Top 10 Engineering Achievements of the 20th Century
Constructed in the early 1930's, the Hoover Dam was the largest dam
of it's time and continues to draw crowds 80 years after its creation.
Attracting more than a million visitors a year, Hoover Dam is
located in Black Canyon, just minutes outside of Las Vegas.

Lake Mead

America's Most Diverse National Recreation Area
Boat, hike, cycle, camp and fish at America’s most diverse national recreation
area. With striking landscapes and brilliant blue waters, this year-round
playground spreads across 1.5 million acres of mountains, canyons, valleys
and two vast lakes. See the Hoover Dam from the waters of Lake Mead or Lake
Mohave, or find solitude in one of the park's nine wilderness areas.

Valley Of Fire

Nevada's Oldest State Park and National Natural Landmark.
Valley of Fire State Park is a public recreation and nature preservation area
covering nearly 46,000 acres located 16 miles south of Overton, Nevada.
The state park derives its name from red sandstone formations, the Aztec
Sandstone, which formed from shifting sand dunes 150 million years ago.