Intriguing towns, oddball attractions and miles of all-to-yourself highways make the case for Nevada as the road trip capital of the United States. The new Nevada Visitor’s Guide supports that claim with itineraries for 10 adventure-filled road trips, from the Death Drive to the Loneliest Road in America. The guide also debuts a fresh, icon-based format for ease of use, a new “Nevada Inspirations” section and a QR code linking to a video of rock climbing in Rainbow Canyon.
From ice fishing at the remote and remarkable Wild Horse State Recreation Area in the north, to cool hikes through Southern Nevada’s Valley of Fire, 24 state parks dot Nevada, winter wonderlands, ripe to explore and ready to enjoy.
Beaver Dam: (Panaca) Always open, Beaver Dam was formed from more than 10 million years of volcanic activity and erosion. A designated Watchable Wildlife Area, its out-of-the-way location makes for rugged winter camping and hikes. Nearby OHV trails provide plenty of paths to enjoy the rustic beauty of the area. Continue reading →