Less than a third of U.S. adults meet suggested benchmarks for aerobic and muscle-building activities set out by health officials, according to a new study.
A study done by Travel Lens found Valley of Fire to be the second-most instagrammed state park in the country.
The company that installed the ramp said it will let boaters launch watercraft and keep the reservoir accessible to the public.
Starting off the new year with a Red Rock nature show has been my Jan. 1 choice most years for the past three decades.
The new Library Park Pass program allows Nevadans with public library cards to gain free entry to all 27 state parks.
Taking to the trails at Clark County Wetlands Park is good for the heart and mind, and a recently launched mobile app can help with both the exercise and education.
Fall makes a fine time to explore areas best avoided during scorching summer days, such as Valley of Fire and Sloan Canyon.
Three-time Olympic gold medalist Rowdy Gaines visited Skyview YMCA and presented a $7,000 grant that will help fund the YMCA’s safety-around-water program.
Though the name isn’t technically accurate anymore, Overweight Hikers for Health’s objective remains the same: sociable hiking more focused on fun than on logging miles.
Blasted out of the McCullough Range by Hong Kong tycoon Henry Cheng, the luxury Henderson community boasts more than 300 homesites.
If you’ve made the trek to Gilcrease Orchard, you’ve probably noticed more competition at the farm’s pumpkin patch and longer lines for its famous apple cider donuts.
Local nonprofit Trail Access Project invites adaptive hikers, along with their families and friends, to take part in an Oct. 29 outing on the Historic Railroad Trail.