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Nevada is home to more than 330 casinos across the state. All casinos in Nevada are open 24 hours, and offer: blackjack, craps, roulette, slots and video poker.

The minimum gambling age is Nevada is 21.

Other games offered at Nevada casinos include: race book, sports book, baccarat, mini-baccarat, poker, Caribbean stud poker, Spanish 21, pai gow, pai gow poker, let it ride, crazy 4 poker, three-card poker, Mississippi stud, Texas hold’em bonus, ultimate Texas hold’em, sic bo, four card poker, big 6 wheel, keno, and bingo.

Nevada gaming regulations require casinos to have a minimum payback of 75% on all gaming machines, but most actually return closer to 90%. All Nevadsa casinos must release the payback percentages for slot machines to the public. Click here to see a full list of slot machine payback statistics for all Nevada casinos.

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TOP THINGS TO DO IN NEVADA

Nevada is a magnificent state filled with amazing natural diversity and many great places you can visit.  There are scenic drives, and many opportunities to enjoy outdoor activities. Although the state is overshadowed by the glitter and glitz of its biggest city, Las Vegas, it also offers mesmerizing, diverse landscapes. You are also going to find parks and recreation areas where you can go hiking, climbing, biking, fishing, and horseback riding.  Some of the best things to do in Nevada are listed below.

Las Vegas

There is no way to visit Nevada and not visit Las Vegas. It is home to the Las Vegas Strip which is regarded as the most entertainment filled two-and-a-half miles in the world. The Las Vegas Strip is dotted by huge resorts, theaters, gardens, restaurants, and hotels. The highlight of the city is Las Vegas Boulevard which runs from the pyramid-shaped Luxor Hotel to the Strat Hotel and Casino. The Strip is among the brightest spots on earth when seen from space. You should also make sure to explore the Fremont Street Experience located in downtown Las Vegas where you can enjoy overhead light shows every evening.

Fly Geyser

This attraction cannot be considered as a natural wonder and it can be found about two hours north of Reno in the Black Rock Desert. Fly Geyser is a brightly colored tower that spews hot water and offers mind-blowing photo opportunities. It was created when a geothermal power company drilled a test well in the area and they did not cap it properly.

Hoover Dam

This dam was constructed during the Great Depression to provide jobs and is a marvel of modern engineering. The dam stands 726-feet high and it is home to Lake Mead which is the largest reservoir in the United States. It is also the source of hydroelectric power to Nevada, California, and Arizona. The dam is about a 45-minute drive from the center of Las Vegas or just a short helicopter flight. The best thing to do here is to stroll out onto the dam to enjoy fantastic views over the edge, or just see Lake Mead. You can also join the tour of the Hoover Dam Power Plant to learn more about how hydroelectric power is produced.

Valley of Fire State Park

This park is among the top natural areas in the state. It features dramatic rock formations with panoramic views of colorful stone waves which create a dynamic landscape. Located northeast of Las Vegas; you can also go on a scenic drive through the park to enjoy this enchanting landscape if you only have a limited time for your visit. One of the best ways to explore this park is by enjoying its hiking trails. On the trails, you can enjoy fascinating scenery such as rock walls covered in petroglyphs, slot canyons, and old filming locations. You can also go camping in the famous Valley of Fire.

Great Basin National Park

This park can be found in east-central Nevada close to the Utah border and it offers about 80,000 acres of basin and range landscapes to visitors. Highlights of the park are the 13,063-foot Wheeler Peak and underlying Lehman Caves. The park also protects Bristlecone Pines which are about 5,000 years old. The park is a perfect place to go camping and offers diverse backpacking opportunities to tourists. You can also drive along the Wheeler Peak Scenic Drive if you have limited time.

Lake Tahoe

This lake covers more than 14,000 acres and it is comprised of four main areas: Spooner Backcountry, Van Sickle, Sand Harbor, and Cave Rock. The best spots to go for swimming, boating, and diverse water sports are at the Sand Harbor and Cave Rock areas. If you are searching for miles of trails to hike and enjoy picnicking, fishing, snowboarding, camping, and wintertime skiing, you should head to Spooner Backcountry. The Van Sickle area features a stunning network of trails filled with rock outcroppings with lake views and includes the popular Tahoe Rim trail.

 

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