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Interstate 15 is the main route of travel between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, crossing the California line at Primm. In Las Vegas it parallels the Strip for about 3 miles and then swings northeast around the center of the city past North Las Vegas and Nellis Air Force Base. There are turnoffs for Highway 93 north to Caliente and Pioche and east for Lake Mead and the Valley of Fire. At Mesquite it crosses into Utah after traversing 125 miles in Nevada.


The Nevada
Travel Network
Guide to
I-15 in Nevada

I-80 | US-6 | US-50 | US-93 | US-95 | US-395

Some Highlights along I-15


The Fremont Street Experience
Downtown Las Vegas wowed the world as Glitter Gulch. Now it's the Fremont Street Experience, and with 1.2 million light bulbs it's brighter than ever.


The Excalibur Casino Hotel
With its Toon-town architecture, this fanciful hotel at Tropicana and the Strip caught the national attention as the epitome of the kid-friendly casino in a "new" Las Vegas.


Valley of Fire State Park, 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas via US-15, is 26,000 acres of brilliantly colored sandstone contorted into a maze of spectacular shapes. Men have visited this astonishing place for more than 2,000 years. Park is open year around.


Primm, at the California line 45 miles west of Las Vegas, is a bright island of glamor in the featureless barrens. The highest roller-coaster in the world and Bonnie and Clyde's bullet-riddled car are only two of the attractions.

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