Las Vegas Nevada Things To Do
Fun Things to do -
There's always something fun to do in a city that never sleeps. Las Vegas and the surrounding area have it all – free attractions suitable for families, cultural and natural attractions, shopping, casino entertainment, recreational activities and other things for guests to do. Ask the knowledgeable concierge at Silverton Casino for a list of attractions and fun activities to do nearby. With free shuttle transportation between the hotel and the Strip, the Silverton Casino is the perfect place to see and do it all.
Las Vegas Strip Attractions -
An attraction in itself, the Strip offers countless day and nighttime adventures. Tour historic casinos that put Vegas on the map, shop for Sin City souvenirs, ride roller coasters with the kids, and watch exciting outdoor shows that feature everything from volcanoes to rainbow-colored fountains. To learn more about Vegas attractions, visit www.visitlasvegas.com.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area -
Just 17 miles from downtown Las Vegas, skyscrapers and neon lights give way to a skyline of more natural proportions. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is a famous wilderness area that showcases the beauty of rugged desert terrain. In addition to spectacular scenery, Red Rock Canyon offers rock climbing, mountain biking and hiking trails, and picnic areas. A self-guided driving tour loops 13 miles through Red Rock Canyon. To learn more about things to see and do at Red Rock Canyon, visit www.redrockcanyonlv.org.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway -Las Vegas Motor Speedway is the top venue for car racing events. It is also one of the most important NASCAR motor racing complexes in the United States. Las Vegas Motor Speedway accommodates all sorts of car races thanks to its deluxe racing oval, dirt track, and drag racing strip. The stadium offers seating for thousands of car racing and NASCAR fans. To learn more about this attraction, visit www.lvms.com.
Nellis Air Force Base -Nellis Air Force Base is known as the "Home of the Fighter Pilot," and is the most advanced air combat training and test site for the United States military. The 14,000-acre complex offers limited public tours of the base. Pilots in training at Nellis Air Force Base train on such aircraft as specialized remotely piloted aircraft, HH-60G helicopters, and F-16s. To learn more about Nellis Air Force Base, visit www.nellis.af.mil/.