The North Las Vegas park, which will tell the story of animals that roamed Nevada during the Ice Age, is set to open its doors in early 2024.
If you’re looking to add sparkle to your exercise routine and brighten your holiday spirit, try a December trek down the Las Vegas Strip.
If you close your eyes and listen, you can almost hear the ghosts. The ghosts of a visionary landowner, a restless outlaw and a murdered man.
McCullough Hills Trail in Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area mixes plenty of peaceful desert time with heaping amounts of healthy accomplishment.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area announced plans to switch to a cashless system for lake use, campground and entrance fees.
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and so are the annual Turkey Trots that let runners burn calories before the big feast.
Brian Head Resort has delayed its planned winter season opening, but experts say an El Niño weather pattern in the eastern Pacific could prove helpful.
The resort, which is getting ready for the winter season, was largely spared from the havoc that Tropical Storm Hilary visited on Mount Charleston.
Mount Charleston suffered extensive damage from Tropical Storm Hilary, but Lee Canyon was largely spared and is adding staff and unveiling new features.
Turquoise pools and glittery electric-blue pupfish stand out at Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, a remarkable oasis about 90 miles west of Las Vegas.
Death Valley and other parks are getting over $4.5 million of funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation to repair damage from Tropical Storm Hilary.
The Halloween-themed parade promises new floats and characters for the entire family to enjoy.
A visit to one of the West’s most stunning and heavily visited natural treasures can be filled with joyful and inspiring moments.
The southern Utah resort said it has more than $1 million in capital improvement projects.