US 95 in Nevada
Travel Nevada on US Highway 95US 95 has the longest run of any major highway in Nevada, totaling 705 miles from the Oregon border at McDermitt to the California line about 20 miles east of Laughlin. It coincides with I-80 for 116 miles west from Winnemucca, and traverses eight counties (nine if you count the 76 miles of 95-A from Schurz and Hawthorne to Fernley). Walker Lake sparkles beside it in the summer sun, and side roads lead to hidden treasures like Gold Point and Paradise Valley.


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Age of Chivalry: Renaissance Festival

Who said chivalry is dead? Come join in on this fantastic festival that revives the age that inspired our favorite worlds of fantasy. Hosted on Sunset Park, there will be knights, knaves, and villages.  Magic, music, and performances. Even kids are welcome to join! So go grab your water, sunscreen, and holy grail (and let's […]

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Sunset Park, 2601 East Sunset Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89120 United States
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$8 – $45

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US Highway 95 Attractions:
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

To get to Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge travel south from Amargosa Valley on Nevada Highway 373 then turn east on Spring Meadows Rd. The Refuge is open from sunrise to sunset all year round.

The Beatty Museum

Beatty Museum

The Beatty Museum and Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation of the history of the Beatty, Nevada area, including the Bullfrog Mining District. The museum presents you with an opportunity to experience life in the early 1900s; learn how the early miners lived, worked and played; venture through the; “Bullfrog Gold Rush” era; and […]

Central Nevada Museum, Tonopah Nevada

Central Nevada Museum

The Central Nevada Museum occupies a unique place in the retelling of the annals of the West. The famous, not so famous, and infamous, all left their mark in central Nevada: film mogul and industrial magnate, Howard Hughes; prizefighting promoter, George “Tex” Rickard (who built Madison Square Garden); the founder of United Parcel Service (UPS), […]


Crescent Dunes Solar Project

The two most notable symbols of modern Tonopah are the 110-year-old Mizpah Hotel and the 640-foot concrete tower at the Crescent Dunes solar project a few miles north of town, the first of its kind in the world. It can produce more than twice as much net annual output (megawatt hours) as any other currently […]

Goldfield Hotel

Goldfield Hotel

By 1910 the Goldfield mines were in decline, but at its peak of prosperity Goldfield was an eccentric combination of wild western boomtown, and decorous, respectable city. There were miners and prospectors and saloon roughs, plenty of them, but there were also stenographers and telephone operators, shoe-shine boys and stock brokers. Goldfield was the largest […]

Hawthorne Ordinance Museum

Hawthorne Ordnance Museum

The mission of the Hawthorne ordnance Museum is to collect, preserve and exhibit in a patriotic and educational environment, those items that have had a significant impact on the freedom of our country. We focus on the Hawthorne Ammunition Depot for its on-going contribution and support of the United States Armed Forces.

Laughlin RiverWalk, Laughlin Nevada

Laughlin RiverWalk

This extraordinary 3-mile trail extends along the Nevada shore of the Colorado River from Laughlin to Davis Dam and at a leisurely pace take more than an hour to traverse, not counting pauses in the casinos along the way for nourishment or diversion. It’s one of the world’s most pleasant strolls, and in town most […]

Mount Charleston Nevada

Mount Charleston

Mount Charleston is Nevada’s third highest mountain, towering nearly 12,000 feet above sea level, and nearly 10,000 feet above the Las Vegas Valley floor. It is the focus for development of Forest Service recreation facilities in the 60,000-acre Las Vegas Ranger District of the Toiyabe National Forest, and the site of the Mount Charleston Wilderness […]

Pahrump Valley Museum

Pahump Valley Museum and Historical Society

Pahrump Valley Museum offers a particular view of Nevada’s history. Come to Pahrump and see what life was like in Pahrump’s early history. The Museum’s exhibits include farming and mining equipment, ancient man, military and Pahrump valley history.

Red Rock Canyon Recreation Area, Las Vegas Nevada

Red Rock Canyon

Red Rock Canyon consists of 195, 819 acres (about 130 square miles) of BLM land with a variety of usual and unusual forms of desert vegetation and wildlife including Bighorn Sheep and wild burros, wind sculptured sandstone, picnicking and outdoor camping sites, and the striking Red Rock Escarpment, a 5,000-foot eruption of rainbow-colored pinnacles and […]

The River Mountain Loop Trail

River Mountain Loop Trail

The River Mountains Loop Trail is approximately 34 miles in length and surrounds the River Mountains connecting Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Hoover Dam, Henderson, Boulder City and the rest of the Las Vegas Valley, expanding recreational and alternative transportation opportunities for the region’s growing population.

Mount Charleston in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area

Spring Mountains National Recreation Area

The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area (SMNRA) is part of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest. Better known to locals as Mount Charleston, it is located just 45 minutes from downtown Las Vegas and encompasses more than 316,000 acres of remarkable beauty and surprising diversity.

Walker Lake Country Club, Hawthorne Nevada

Walker Lake Country Club

One of Hawthorne’s most wonderful landmarks is rarely seen by visitors. It’s a five minute drive out of town to the north, but instead of continuing to Walker Lake — Hawthorne’s grandest wonder — turn west into “the Base.” This is the headquarters for the Hawthorne Ammunition Depot, a minor paradise enjoyed by its residents […]

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