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Nestled between rugged mountains in the Southwest, lies the gambling capital of the United States. Nevada consists primarily of the Great Basin Desert, though where that ends, thus begins the Mojave Desert. Both of which offer travelers with endless outdoor and indoor entertainment. Gaining some fame in the olden days as the Silver state, Nevada was put on the map because of the many silver deposits. Once on the map, the state continued to grow, though remains small in population even today. The biggest tourist draw to Nevada is without a doubt the prime conditions for skiing and snowboarding and, of course, gambling. Legalized early in the state's history, gambling has provided the framework for much of Nevada's hospitality and entertainment industry. That industry feeds the economy and biggest of Nevada's cities, resorts and hotel-casinos.

The biggest of all the gambling cities is Las Vegas. Relatively young, Las Vegas is growing at an exponential rate. Primarily focused on entertainment, the city is also called “The Entertainment Capital of the World”. Broken into several different regions, the Strip is most popular as that is the location of many of the famous Hotels, Casinos and Resorts. Many of these resorts are prime destination for business or eloping romantic couples. The resorts and casinos are typically fashioned after worldly destinations or style='mso-spacerun:yes'>  romantic themes. Off the strip there are few more hotel-casinos and motels that fit more modest budgets. Camping accommodations are also available outside the city. Another small, but growing gambling town is Reno, located to the east of the Sierra Nevada's, Reno is considered the gateway to outdoor activities and is the closest town to the location of the eight-day annual Burning Man Festival. Many local hotels and motels accommodate tourists and are booked well into the year.

Also east of the Sierra Nevada Mountains is Carson City. The state capital, Carson City is a great destination for history hungry travelers and welcomes business minded folk as well. Most of the hotels and motels in this area offer resort packages and business suites. Leisure seeking tourists will get the very most out of traveling to Lake Tahoe. This quiet, clear lake has a host of small towns and villages that entice tourism to the max! The most popular attractions in Tahoe tend to be skiing and snowboarding in the winter and boating, windsurfing, and fishing in the summer. Small towns like Homewood offer rental accommodations as well as high class ski resorts, Guest Ranches, house boats and camping locations to help tourists make the most of their stay.


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