Neighborhoods / Districts
Before the Las Vegas Strip, there was Fremont. Also known as the Glitter Gulch, Fremont remains a district of flashing lights and pure entertainment, with casinos, ziplines attractions, live music and more.
2. The Strip
The Las Vegas Strip is well known for its glitz and glamour, 24 hour casinos and relaxed view of the world. What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, right? The most popular street in town, The Strip is packed and ready for business, day or night.
3. Container Park
Container Park is comprised completely of renovated shipping containers that now house a variety of businesses and eateries. Great for families, Container Park has a playground for the kids and offbeat boutique shopping for adults.
4. Symphony Park
Symphony Park is the 61 acre arts and science hub of the Las Vegas area. With plenty of outdoor space, the Park also houses The Smith Center, Discovery Children’s Museum and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.
5. Boulder City
Just 20 miles outside of Las Vegas, Boulder City is home to many outdoor activities. Kayaking or canoeing, ziplining or bike trails - Boulder City has it! You can even visit the Hoover Dam.
5. Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon is a Natural Conservation Area about 15 miles outside of Las Vegas. A favorite for hikers and rock climbers alike, Red Rock Canyon is 10,000 acres of pure Nevada natural beauty.