If you haven’t traveled to Nevada in the fall, you absolutely must. The weather is spectacular and downright pleasant. Head out for a round of golf, or maybe cruise Lake Tahoe on an old-fashioned paddle wheel boat. Nevada’s diverse regions offer visitors and abundance of autumn activities. With abundant outdoor recreation, unique attractions, exciting events, world-class entertainment, and special exhibits, there’s no shortage of things to do in Nevada. You just might have to extend your vacation.
Nevada is known for its open spaces and endless opportunities. And when it comes to staying and playing in our great state, the hardest part is choosing where to rest your head. From a high-roller suite in a luxury Las Vegas hotel to a rustic family dude ranch in Elko and everything in between, Nevada's accommodations are as wide open as the landscape. North to south, east to west, you're sure to find your perfect retreat.