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Campervan Rental Nevada

Nevada, often called the Battle Born State, is located in the Western United States. Even though Nevada is not a coastline state and is instead a landlocked state, it is quite close to the Pacific Ocean, with California acting as the only significant barrier. Nevada's weather is influenced by chilly fronts that flow inland from the ocean due to its closeness to a U.S. coastline. In terms of total area, it is the seventh-largest state in the U.S.

Nevada has the greatest share of public land of any state, at more than 80%. Nevada has a land region of 110,567 square miles, with a length of 492 miles and a width of 322 miles. Nevada has 0.69 percent water and 99.31 percent land in terms of percentages.

Points of Interest in Nevada

Hoover Dam: Hoover Dam is a contemporary architectural wonder. Lake Mead, the biggest reservoir in the United States, is contained within the 726-foot-high dam, which delivers hydroelectric power to most of Nevada, Arizona, and California. The dam is located on the Nevada-Arizona state boundary and is about a 45-minute drive or a short helicopter trip from downtown Las Vegas.

Lake Tahoe: This 22-mile-long natural lake is a renowned year-round resort located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains on the Nevada-California boundary. Most people come here during the summer to enjoy the lovely beaches, hike some of the area's great walking paths, or camp at one of the numerous campgrounds. In the wintertime, families and snow hunters from all over the country go to the Lake Tahoe area's resort towns to hit the mountains.

National Recreation Area of Lake Mead: The Lake Mead Regional Campground, located on the beaches of Lake Mead and Lake Mohave, comprises extremely stunning scenery and provides accessible entry points. On the coastlines and in the adjacent hills and valleys, this vast region of over 1.5 million acres offers options for beaching, fishing, hiking, camping, and much more.

Gastronomy

Nevada is well-known for its exquisite delicacies, attracting tourists from all around the country. This region's top cuisine include:

  • Strawberry Macarons
  • Smoked Garlic Butter
  • Prime Rib
  • Poached Shrimp Cocktail
  • Picon Punch
  • Late-Night Steak
  • Eggs Cornish Pasties

Annual Events in Nevada

  • Christmas at Coffinwood [November 26-December 31, 2021]: Coffinwood is the talk of Pahrump at Christmastime, where you may catch a glimpse of the season's enchantment in a show that rivals the state's most magnificent holiday light displays.
  • Fire and Ice Winter Festival [January 14-16, 2022]: The celebrations, which are usually centered around Cave Lake State Park and include the Nevada Northern Railway, Ward Mountain Recreation Area, and other Downtown Ely businesses, are a distinctive yearly event that has been a part of the Ely story for years.

Camping in Nevada

Nevada offers a wide range of topography, from dramatic desert landscapes to wooded mountain slopes. Nevada's seemingly endless and vast wilderness portals appeal, whether you're in the mood for climbing, camping, or hot springs under the skies. Rent an RV today to enjoy camping in Nevada.

  • Virginia City NV Canyon Campsite: Near the historic freight rail terminal, Bank of California, and Gold Hill Hotel in Virginia City's Gold Hill area. Virginia City is a one-mile drive away. $30 per four guests.
  • Alpine Valley Tahoe-Toiyabe NFS: This Alpine Valley, encircled by the Tahoe and Toiyabe National Forests, spans 10,000 acres at an elevation of 5,500 feet, with towering steep peaks reaching beyond 8,000 feet on three sides. $88 per night with a minimum of two people.
  • Muirs Muse: Muirs Muse is the ideal spot to unplug, with an elevation of slightly over 5,000 feet and a gravel road drive. Just a short drive to Nevada. $85 per night with a minimum of two guests.

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