fbpx
A person causing down a bike path on a Bindlestiff tour.

See What’s New Fall 2023

Rail bikes and ram cams and shows – oh my! Let’s fall into what’s new! From the shimmering lights of the Strip to the moonlit oasis on the outskirts of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas Territory is brimming with exciting ways to explore our corner of the world. From trails to rails, and new ways to reserve park space or save on show tickets, join us as we uncover what’s fresh, captivating, and ever-evolving in this dynamic part of the Silver State. Welcome to the pulse of Southern Nevada, where new discoveries await!

Nevada State Parks Now Offers Online Reservations

Nevada State Parks has welcomed a record number of visitors in recent years, and this fall launched a new online reservation system in response to the increased demand. While reservations are not required to visit or stay at a Nevada State Park, it’s recommended. With 28 parks to explore, visitors can go to Reserve Nevada for these types of reservations: campsites, cabins, group use areas, tours, special events, and to pay for day-use reservations at select parks or annual permits. Inventory becomes available each day for a period of 11 months in advance.

What's New Fall 2023 - this pic shows a tent in yellow and orange glow in between two giant red rocks and sandy path with a starry night above at Valley of Fire.

Trails to Rails… New Tour Showcases Southern Nevada’s Beauty Beyond the Neon

There’s many magical places to explore beyond the neon and throughout the Silver State. Las Vegas Territory partner Bindlestiff Tours. introduced its “trails to rails” tour this fall, showcasing the beauty of the Silver State. The tour basecamps in Las Vegas, so you can enjoy the neon nights and sites before or after you zip through our sister territory, Nevada Silver Trails. The tour launched in October 2023. Itinerary here. Booking here.

A female bicyclist treading downward on Ward Mountain in Ely.

Rail Bikes at Nevada State Railroad Museum Boulder City

This past summer the museum announced a new $23 million visitor center will open in 2026 to host even more programming and educational initiatives. Fall But first, rail bikes are back! Guests can now opt to take a ride on the American Rail Bike Adventures tour now open.

Ram Cam - Check in on Nevada’s State Animal From Anywhere, Any Time!

Get your fix of wildlife from wherever you are with Boulder City’s newest toy… a Ram Cam! Now you can access a 24/7 video live stream of Hemenway Park, a popular tourist attraction within historic Boulder City known for its daily visits from Nevada’s Bighorn Sheep. While they’re most known to come out around dawn and dusk when the temperatures are cooler, you never know when the bighorn sheep will come down from the mountain throughout the day.

A bighorn sheep relaxes the grass at Hemingway Park in Boulder City

Winter Upgrades at Lee Canyon

Skiing and snowboarding just got a little more thrilling at Lee Canyon with its upcoming $7 million upgrade set to debut at the start of the 2023/2024 Winter season. New features include a ponderosa quad chairlift with easy access to runs like Foxtail Alley, Limber Pine Lane, and Bonanza Ridge and a 450-stall parking area with quick access to the Ponderosa chair and Rabbit Peak terrain. If you are an avid snowbird and love checking out resorts in the Southwest and Northwest, Lee Canyon is part of the power pass system.

A view of the entry way to Lee Canyon slopes shows a group of people walking through the parking area to the resort.

“Show Your Ticket and Save”...

Las Vegas Monorail has partnered with attractions, shows and tours providing riders with some sweet deals on ticket purchases. All you have to do is use the link provided on your Monorail eTicket confirmation, or scan any “Show Your Ticket and Save” sign inside the Monorail faregates for promo codes, links and instructions on how to redeem offers. Or, simply visit a Monorail customer service desk. Show your ticket and save at these Las Vegas Territory partners… 

  • Papillon Helicopter Tours
  • Awakening at Wynn Las Vegas 
  • Flyover Las Vegas 
awakening at Wynn Las Vegas
People riding the Flyover Las Vegas attraction.

Don’t Miss Out On These Annual Fall Events

Best Dam Wine Walks start in the fall and go through the Spring. This homegrown event is the perfect way to cruise through historic Boulder City on foot while doing a little shopping and noshing along the way. Plus, if you are into themed events where you can gear up and get festive, each month hosts a fun new theme. Check out their Eventbrite page monthly for upcoming events.

Small town, hometown feels… don’t miss Moapa Valley’s Pomegranate Art Festival hosted the first weekend in November at the Clark County Fairgrounds. This free, two-day gathering features artisan craft makers, holiday gift shopping, and entertainment. One must not forget the pomegranate jelly and honey stands and other tasty treats.

If you are into off-roading, mark your calendar for Hump‘N’Bump in Moapa Valley. This internationally recognized, low-speed three-day event where participants are guided over existing trails of varying difficulty sells out. Find more details here.

And there you have it… the latest news from beyond the neon. For more information hit up our resources.

For inspiring ideas, follow us on Instagram.

Like this article?

Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Linkdin
Share on Pinterest