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Things to See and Do in Nevada
• Las Vegas Strip
• Valley of Fire State Park
• Hoover Dam
• Bellagio Fountains
• National Automobile Museum
• Lion Habitat Ranch
• Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park
• Lehman Caves
• Red Rock Canyon National Conversation Area
• Tonopah Historic Mining Park
• Great Basin National Park
• Extraterrestrial Highway
• Loneliest Highway in America (Hwy 50)
• Lake Mead
• Mohave Desert
• Reno Air Racing Association
• Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden
• High Roller
• Angel Lake
• Mt. Rose Ski Resort
• Stratosphere Tower
• Nostalgic Street Rods
• Fremont Street Experience
• Mount Charleston
• Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah
• Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
• Sand Harbor
The 7th largest State in Land area, Nevada provides a vibrant assortment of nature, culture and non-stop entertainment. Also home of some of the most unique highways and byways.
- Scenic Routes
- National Parks
- Bodies of Water
- Entertainment (Live Shows, Casinos, etc.)
- Motorcycle Events (Las Vegas Bikefest, Laughlin River Run, Street Vibrations Motorcycle Rally)
No matter what time of the year you visit and no matter how long you stay, AZ Ride will turn your vacation into an experience. Rent a motorcycle or participate in our tours and you will come away with something you’ll talk about for a long time.
Enjoy some of Nevada’s Unique Highways and Byways, such as U.S. Route 50, also known as “The Loneliest Highway in America”, The Extraterrestrial Highway and Mt. Charleston Scenic Byway, to name a few. Join us at AZride.com and we will make sure that you make the right turns at the right time and stop at all the right spots to east, shop, stay, learn and have fun. This is what motorcycle touring is all about!
- Silver ore actually put Nevada on the map, not gambling.
- Nevada was admitted to the Union on October 31, 1864, making it the 36th State.
- California might be known as the “Golden” State, however, most of the US Gold comes from Nevada.
- Nevada’s name comes from the Spanish word “nieve”, which means “snow-capped”, which refers to the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
- Nevada is the driest state, receiving less than 10 inches of rain a year.