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The Top Things to do in North Las Vegas

Introduction

A trip to the Western United States is never complete without visiting the three cities, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Las Vegas.

Las Vegas is a globally renowned city, - and you’ve everything from luxury resorts, casinos, a hub for shopping and entertainment, to the Spring mountains range sprawling across the Las Vegas valley area.

Most of the popular resorts, theme parks, reputed casinos, and shopping arenas fall in the southern districts of Las Vegas. But North Las Vegas, just 17 kilometers northward of the city center of Vegas, is a wonder in itself.

Although a part of the larges Las Vegas metropolitan area, it is considered a proper city in Clark county. North Las Vegas boasts of a peaceful locale dominated by traditional Nevadan life and a vast arid land stretch.

If your usa esta application has already passed, then start packing for a memorable trip to North Las Vegas because, despite the lack of hardcore nightlife, the North has a lot to offer.

North Las Vegas Parks

  • Craig Ranch Regional Park

    A huge park located at 628 W Craig Rd, North Las Vegas, the Craig Ranch is famous among the town folks. Why? Because it offers vast grass lawns for relaxing, playgrounds for kids and adults to play on, a skate park, and an amphitheater located on the lands of the park.

  • Tropical Breeze Park

    Now, compared to the Craig Ranch, the Tropical Breeze Park is relatively smaller – but no less beautiful. It features a water area where kids and adults play in the water splash—a nice relaxing spot for a picnic or taking a nap on the well-maintained lawns.

  • Seastrand Community Park

    Another large park is located at 6330 Camino Eldorado Pkwy, close to the Bruce Woodbury Belt. This community park holds multiple play arenas and children's playing equipment. Apart from that, the park is enormous, with sprawling trees and spots perfect for walking your dog, having a picnic, or to connect with yourself alone.

Indoor activities in Las Vegas

  1. Las Vegas Natural History Museum

    One of the most visited locations in Las Vegas apart from casinos and resorts, the Natural History Museum is located at 900 Las Vegas Blvd, parallel to North Main Street. Features many artifacts, educational scrolls, statues, and interactive activities for children, the Natural History Museum is where you want to be after you get your estaapproved.

  2. Fremont Street Experience

    Fremont Street is one of the most visited places in Las Vegas; it includes multiple indoor and outdoor activities. The neon-lit lights in the evening bring a casino-like vibe to the entire area. You will get an experience of entertaining video and LED shows, and can also treat yourself to some good food.

  3. The Bellagio Hotel & Casino

    If you have never been to a casino and this is your first time in Las Vegas, you do not want to miss the Bellagio! A world-famous casino featured in many movies, the Bellagio offers casino games like slots, variants of poker, video slots, dice games, and many more. Not interested in gambling? Well, there is delicious food and exotic drinks you can try at the restaurant.

North Las Vegas Hotels

Is Las Vegas dangerous, absolutely not, it is one of the safest cities to be in the US. Paranoid about nightlife and safety in Las Vegas? Well, how about booking a room for yourself on the safe side of the city, North Las Vegas?

  • Best Western Plus North Las Vegas Inn & Suites

    Features an outdoor pool, complimentary breakfast, and spa, Best Western Plus is a well-reviewed and reputed hotel with modest rates per day, ranging from $100 to $130.

  • SpringHill Suites by Marriott

    If you are looking for something more luxurious in North Las Vegas, SpringHill is where you should book your stay. Providing premium suites, a highly maintained pool, and food services, the stay at SpringHill per day ranges from $150 to $200.

  • Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino

    Not precisely in North Las Vegas, but in closer proximity to the city center, the Westgate is a reputable casino and a hotel. It is particularly well-known for offering budget stays around the year, except during peak season. The per-day rate can range between $40 to $100.

Conclusion

As soon as your esta visais approved, make a travel list for when you will be in Vegas. You do not want to miss out on the brilliant experience that the city of casinos offers.

And although shopping, nightlife, casinos, and entertainment is a big part of Vegas's culture, do not forget to visit North Las Vegas, which will treat you to a more conservative and relaxing experience.

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