Boulder Strip is the name given to a neighborhood in Las Vegas, Nevada, that has grown around a part of Boulder Highway. The neighborhood is dominated by a large number of casinos, hotels, and entertainment venues. Because it's not in downtown Las Vegas, though, Boulder Strip is often less crowded than the city's main drag. This makes it a good vacation destination for travelers who want to experience Las Vegas without the large crowds and high prices.
Visiting Boulder Strip
Hotels in Boulder Strip are serviced by McCarran International Airport, which is about five miles to the west. The airport has several rental car agencies, but you can also take a cab from the airport to your hotel. Some of the hotels near Boulder Strip even have shuttles that will pick you up from the airport. Once you get settled into your room, you'll find that there are plenty of things to do in the area. Many of the Boulder Strip hotels have casinos, and slot machines are particularly prevalent in this part of Las Vegas, so you can win even if you don't have much experience. If you would rather spend time playing outdoors, make sure you book tee times at one of the golf courses near the Boulder Strip. Popular options include Stallion Mountain Golf Club, Royal Links Golf Club, and Desert Rose Golf Club. Boulder Strip is also near Clark County Wetlands Park, where you can walk trails and view the local wildlife. When you're hungry, visit one of the many restaurants along Boulder Highway or East Flamingo Road.
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