The city of North Las Vegas, Nevada shares the Las Vegas Valley in the Mojave Desert with its better-known Sin City neighbor, just four miles to the south. While the nearby casinos and 24-hour entertainment offerings of Las Vegas are a great reason to book North Las Vegas hotels, the city has other attractions of its own. Among them are many parks and outdoor recreation areas, an extensive network of trails, and scenic views of the Las Vegas Range, a mountain range that's part of the ecologically-rich Desert National Wildlife Refuge.
Visiting North Las Vegas
North Las Vegas is served by McCarran International Airport (LAS) approximately 10 miles away. Traveling between North Las Vegas and the airport is relatively quick and easy via public bus, taxi, or a rental car. Just take an RTC Transit bus to downtown or the Strip, then grab a second bus that will take you directly to the airport. With a North Las Vegas car rental , however, you can drive along Las Vegas Boulevard into the heart of Las Vegas, where the boulevard is better known as "The Strip." This string of world-famous Las Vegas hotels and casinos is the main tourist hub of the region, with its distinctive skyline offering kitschy replicas of landmarks in Paris, Egypt, Venice, and New York City. Spend some time closer to hotels in North Las Vegas, and explore some of the city's 28 parks and more than 70 miles of trails and bike paths, which feature shaded rest areas and picnic areas. The trails in North Las Vegas connect to the Las Vegas Valley's "Neon to Nature" network, which offers more than 1,000 miles of trails through diverse desert landscapes. If you're a golfer, bring your clubs and play at the city's two municipal golf courses.
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