Nevada’s venomous rattlesnakes, Gila monsters and scorpions all can bite or sting. Here are tips to have positive interactions with wildlife in your backyard or hiking.
With the slow lifting of quarantine restrictions and the ongoing threat of the virus, travel is likely to look very different this summer than it has in other years. But there are still ways to get away from it all while maintaining social distance.
Nevada will remain in Phase Two of the state’s reopening plan through July. Masks are required in nearly all public spaces and testing has expanded.
Residents can cool down at more than 60 parks in Southern Nevada that include splash pads.
Whether paddling upstream or downstream, Colorado River excursion offers a peaceful escape.
Annual pass holders will have more access to Lake Mead National Recreational Area starting Saturday, park officials announced Friday.
A survey of some fitness clubs found that while most are not charging during the shutdown, other policies vary.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area announced more closures to park operations on Sunday in an effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The Lake Mead National Recreation Area announced Friday that it is closing several camping areas, trails and hot springs to promote “social distancing.”
The move came after officials struggled to implement social distancing among tourists to the dam, according to the announcement.
Lee Canyon announced in a statement Tuesday that it will remain closed for the remainder of the season, citing growing coronavirus fears.
Clark County is closing all park and recreation facilities on Monday because of continuing concerns about the spread of coronavirus.
With health authorities recommending the public practice social distancing to slow the spread of the new coronavirus, many Las Vegans flocked to Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Broken down by regions, the hardcover book features photography, maps and detailed information on hikes with stunning views.