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.”
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.
If you like seeing stars in the early mornings, it’s time to enjoy some of the better meteor showers of the year. But it might help to get away from the bright lights of the Strip.
With a change of the season comes changes for days and hours at some Southern Nevada outdoor recreation areas.
Entrance to the park typically costs $15 for cars, $10 for motorcycles and $5 for bicycles and pedestrians. Since fees are waived Saturday, the park is expecting heavy crowds.
Allison and John Messmore opened Red E Bike in 2019 and have been leading tours of the canyon’s Scenic Loop ever since.
Observances of Memorial Day begin Friday and continue through Monday. Here is a list of some of the memorials and celebrations planned.
As temperatures start to rise in the Las Vegas area, people are heading outside for various activities.