The idea of a story about “dog-friendly” places in Las Vegas stopped making sense around the time Fashion Show mall started allowing pets. So we’re taking a look at places where you can absolutely spoil your canine companions.
Furnace Creek Visitor Center, Dantes View, Zabriskie Point, Badwater Basin and the Mesquite Sand Dunes remain closed due to flood damage.
From bighorn sheep to birds, these spots in Southern Nevada can provide views of wildlife.
One of the biggest events in the sport — the Ultimate Ninja Athlete Association World Series Final Championship — returns to Orleans Arena this week.
Some intrepid Southern Nevadans choose paths of darkness in their bid to keep hiking adventures alive during sizzling summer months.
The Bureau of Land Management has proposed fee adjustments at Red Rock Canyon to mitigate overcrowding issues.
As summer settles in, along with the scorching, dry heat, locals and tourists alike can escape the triple-digit temperatures by engaging in some of these cool activities.
As temperatures soar and scorch our concrete jungle, the forest shade and cooler air of the nearby Spring Mountains offer a reprieve.
Nevada state parks are planning to implement a reservation system that is expected to launch in spring 2023. This is an alternative to the parks’ current first-come, first-served system.
Some Southern Nevada public pools are offering free certification, retention bonuses and pay raises to find and keep lifeguards.
Travelers visiting parks across Southern Nevada should expect fire restrictions and some area closures.
Chasing iridescent and irresistibly charming hummingbirds is best done in the canyons of southeastern Arizona’s mountains from April to August.
Calville Bay, Echo Bay, Boulder Harbor, Temple Bar and South Cove were all closed due to low water levels at Lake Mead, according to the National Park Service.
It would take a lifetime to see all the wonders of the 1.87 million-acre Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, but you can see a lot in one short visit.
April kicks off the reemergence of desert reptiles. Among the easier species to spot are side-blotched lizards, zebra tails, yellow-backed spiny lizards, and chuckwallas.