RV Rental – Visit Nevada and Las Vegas MotorHome Rental
For the adventurous side in us all, sometimes we just need to getaway. The problem with just picking up and going is “where do we go”?
Traditional travel comes with wasted time. Airport security, rent car lines, hotels all come with waiting and lines. So much of your getaway time is spent wasted. When you board your RV not only are you stepping into luxury accommodations, you and your family can start having fun.
So we’re back to the question “where do we go”?
For many Californians, Nevada is not that far to drive. Yes, you can go to Las Vegas, but there is so much more to this great State of Nevada.
Here are eight places you can visit:
- Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
- Great Basin National Park
- Hoover Dam
- Lahontan Reservoir
- Rye Patch Reservoir
- Ely Elk Viewing Area
- Grimes Point/Hidden Cave Archeological Site
- Ash Meadows Wildlife Refuge
- Desert National Wildlife Range
- Fallon National Wildlife Refuge
Road tripping is so much fun. Each of the listed destinations has fun things to do when you get there. From boating, hiking, nature trails and wildlife viewing, you will find plenty to do once you arrive. The fun, however, begins when you step into one of our luxury coaches. When you begin your journey you’re free to stop, get off the beaten path, the world is truly your oyster.
The lists of destinations above all possess hidden gems within each one. For example:
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is located in southern Nevada 90 miles northwest of Las Vegas. Encompassing over 23,000 acres of spring-fed wetlands, Ash Meadows is a desert wetland ecosystem providing habitat for at least 25 species found nowhere else in the world. Thirteen species are endangered or threatened and most depend on the isolated springs and wetlands found here. This concentration of native species is considered to be the greatest of any local area in the United States. Ash Meadows refuge is a unit of the Desert Refuge Complex. (source: recreation.gov)
The Desert National Wildlife Range encompasses 1.6 million acres of the Mojave Desert in southern Nevada 25 miles north of Las Vegas and is the largest national wildlife refuge in the continental 48 states. The range was established May 20, 1936, for the protection, enhancement, and maintenance of the desert bighorn sheep. It forms one of the largest intact blocks of desert bighorn sheep habitat remaining in the Southwest. Desert Range contains six major mountain ranges with elevations from 2,400 feet to almost 10,000 feet. Rainfall amounts vary from 4 to 15 inches; the various elevations, have created amazingly diverse habitats suited to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Over 500 species of plants have been identified in plant communities or zones varying from saltbrush on the valley floors to ponderosa pine, white fir, and bristlecone pine at the highest elevations. The wide variety of vegetative communities provides an ideal habitat for many birds, mammals, and reptiles. (source: recreation.gov)
These two examples of amazing adventures and things to see await you in Nevada. When you arrive, set up camp imagine the memories you will be sharing for years to come. Traveling with children, your children will be telling camping stories to their children. You can’t make those memories in an airport security line. Live life, see why thousands of families RV.
When we talk about camping you come in from the outdoors to your luxury accommodations, warm inviting bedding and luxury amenities that feel like home. For the adventurous roll out a sleeping bag and enjoy the beauty that the night sky has to offer.
LuxeRV is your first choice in luxury RV rentals. Our friendly staff can help you plan your next getaway.