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Rent a Motorhome in Nevada

Explore the attractions of the Silver State

An RV rental in Nevada is one of the best ways to explore the many attractions in the Silver State. With the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas and Reno and the natural beauty of the mountains and deserts, there is much to experience here.

When most visitors think of Nevada, they think of the neon lights of Las Vegas and its famous strip. But there is much more to experience in Nevada, including the Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon, Lake Tahoe and the Ruby Mountains.

No matter where you are in Nevada, you can rent a campervan from motorhomebookers.com. We have rental partners all across the region to assist you. Here are some advantages of hiring a campervan for your trip to Nevada.

Top 5 facts about Nevada

  1. Las Vegas is the most popular destination in Nevada, and visitors come from around the world to experience its many theatres, resorts, restaurants and casinos.
  2. Just outside of Las Vegas, you can find the giant Hoover Dam, a marvel of modern engineering that provides hydroelectric power to much of the region.
  3. High within the snow-covered peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains is Lake Tahoe, a popular location for camping, hiking and skiing.
  4. The Valley of Fire State Park is one of the oldest and largest parks in Nevada and offers unique rock formations, ancient rock carvings and petrified forests.
  5. Every year, the Black Rock Desert outside Reno becomes the site of the Burning Man festival, which attracts tens of thousands of attendees.

These highlights await you when you visit Nevada with a motorhome

While there are many places to launch your motorhome holiday in Nevada, most visitors will choose to start their adventure in Las Vegas. This city is one of the most famous entertainment capitals in the United States, and many come to experience its fun and glitzy atmosphere. From elaborate theatre shows and fine-dining restaurants to offbeat museums and rides, there is plenty for the whole family to enjoy. Of course, many casinos can be found here. Remember to save enough funds for the rest of your journey!

Just outside of Las Vegas, there is much to discover. Just a short distance away is one of Nevada's oldest state parks, the Valley of Fire State Park, home to unique and fascinating geological formations as well as ancient petroglyphs carved a long time ago. Close by are Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam, an incredible engineering feat providing hydroelectric power to Nevada and the neighbouring states. Other nearby attractions include the Red Rock Canyon just outside Las Vegas and Tikaboo Peak, one of the few locations where you can legally view the mysterious Area 51.

Reno makes a great base to see central Nevada. Not far from Reno is the Black Rock Desert, home to the famous annual Burning Man festival, plus the brilliantly coloured geothermal Fly Geyser. Head into the Sierra Nevada Mountains to find Lake Tahoe, which is a popular spot for swimming, boating, camping, hiking, and even skiing in winter. Head east to explore the caves and rocky spires of Cathedral Gorge State Park, and take some time to camp under the stars and among the Bristlecone Pines at Great Basin National Park near the border with Utah.

Along the north of Nevada lies a range of mountains known as the Ruby Mountains. This is a popular location for outdoor enthusiasts, featuring activities including horseback riding, mountain biking and snowmobiling, scenic hiking trails, and camping options. There is also Lamoille Canyon in this region, which can be explored on foot and features lakes, streams, seasonal wildflowers and wildlife.

These camper routes through Nevada are a must

When you hire a campervan, there are many scenic routes to explore in Nevada. Take the Neon to Nature Route out of Las Vegas to explore the wonders of Lake Mead, Red Rock Canyon and the Valley of Fire State Park. If you are interested in the more mysterious side of Nevada, try the Extraterrestrial Highway, which will take you past the infamous Area 51 as well as a number of popular UFO-spotting areas.

From Reno, take the Lake Tahoe Loop to experience the unmatched natural beauty of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and maybe stop off along the way to take a dip in the lake’s waters. Finally, take the Cowboy Corridor to explore the scenery of Nevada’s north, and add on the Rubies Route to visit the beautiful Lamoille Canyon.

Camper van hire: Useful information for a trip through Nevada

The main airport servicing Nevada is Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas, though there are smaller regional airports in Reno, Boulder City, Elko and Henderson. When you book your campervan rental via motorhomebookers.com, you will be able to choose from many rental partners in and near these locations.

Camping is available throughout Nevada, and plenty of campsites are available in all state parks. Some of the best campsites for RV camping are Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort, Lake Mead RV Village at Boulder Beach, Washoe Lake State Park Campground and Great Basin/Upper Lehman Creek Campground.

Rent a motorhome now and discover Nevada

Nevada is a state with everything, from the glitz and glamour of Las Vegas to the beauty of Lake Tahoe. Book a campervan with motorhomebookers.com today for an unforgettable road trip in Nevada.

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