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Ever heard of glamping? If you haven’t, think along the lines of luxury camping. You get unbeatable outdoor access, five-star amenities, and some one-of-a-kind experiences. If you have heard of glamping, well then we don’t have to tell you—you’ve already come to the right page. Instead of spending your vacation in the city, in a chain hotel or a cookie-cutter resort, get away from the crowds and expensive prices for some quality time with your loved ones in the great outdoors. From fairytale tree houses to luxury safari tents, enchanting tipis and unique domes, or extravagant log cabins, glamping covers many different types of accommodations, so you’re sure to find something that works for you. If you’re looking to go glamping in Nevada, start browsing and see what catches your eye. We’re sure we have the perfect glamping getaway for you. Book unique cabins, luxury camping tents, cottages and hotel alternatives for the best Nevada vacation.
Book unique cabins, luxury camping tents, cottages and hotel alternatives for the best Nevada vacation
Places to visit in Nevada
Road trips are at the heart of the Nevada experience because they take you to some of the best places to visit in Nevada. Drive along U.S. Highway 50 - known as the loneliest road in the country - past stunning mountain ranges while taking in spectacular views, such as the Great Basin National Park. Don't forget to stop at historic mining towns and the ruins of Fort Churchill. Discover water activities at Lake Lahontan, Lake Tahoe and Pyramid Lake. On the way to Las Vegas, take U.S. Highway 95 South and spend the night in Tonopah, known for having the darkest night skies in the country. For classic roadside photo opportunities, visit the quirky art of the International Car Forest in Goldfield and then head to Rhyolite, which is just ouside the town of Beatty. For an adventure from another planet, take a detour on State Route 375 and visit the Little A'Le'Inn, where all creatures are welcome.There are incredible sandstone formations at Valley of Fire State Park, zip lining in Boulder City and year-round golf courses in the state. Drive to Laughlin in the Colorado River Valley to discover a wide variety of outdoor activities. All of these attractions are within easy reach from any of our unique vacation rentals, so that you can enjoy the best adventures and get back to your accommodation after a long day of adventures.
Things to do in Nevada
After visiting Lake Tahoe, the largest alpine lake in the nation, head to Carson City, a frontier town bordering the Sierra Nevada where you can find a wide plethora of things to do. Fans of the backcountry and mountain bikers can take on the challenge of the Flume Trails, which date back to the 1850s. Nearby, visit the Stewart Indian School to learn about Native Americans and their traditions. Next, head to Reno, known as the 'Biggest Little City in the World', for daytime rafting on the Truckee River. Explore the culinary culture that Midtown has to offer, then head downtown for exciting nightlife. Get a taste of the bold city of Las Vegas with a walk along The Strip, taking in historic casinos, sprawling hotels, glittering billboards and dancing fountains before soaking in the surroundings. Visit the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for hiking, biking and mountaineering adventures. Once you are in Nevada, you can not miss Las Vegas and Reno. The bright lights of Las Vegas and Reno attract millions of people to Nevada each year to gamble and enjoy the entertainment. In addition to the casinos, there are plenty of activities for the whole family in these cities. So now that you have a list of things to do, start looking at these unique accommodations and alternative rentals for the best stay in Nevada.