Nevada State Travel Guide

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Explore the Silver State!

“Home, means Nevada, Home, means the hills,  Home, means the sage and the pine.” by Bertha Rafetto

On October 31, 1864, eight days before the presidential election of 1864, Nevada became the 36th state in the union. Set within the Great Basin, Nevada is largely desert and semi-arid and is home to approximately 8 National Park Units, 27 State Parks, 3 National Forests, 9 National Wildlife Refuges, 141,796 miles of river (none designated), 8 National Historic Landmarks, 6 National Natural Landmarks, and 381 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Plan your Nevada adventure by using our travel resource links to learn more about the “Silver State” including Articles, Podcasts, Videos, Parks & Public Lands, Towns & Cities, Lodging, Attractions & Activities, Food & Drink.


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