Tripps Travel Network knows that there are many ways to enjoy Las Vegas entertainment away from the bells and whistles of the Strip. That’s why Tripps Travel Network has put together a list of the top three things to do in Las Vegas this fall.
- Golfing: There are literally dozens of courses throughout Las Vegas and the surrounding areas that golfers of every handicap can take advantage of. From experts to beginners, golfers of all skill-levels are sure to find a course that fits their style of play. Tripps Travel Network recommends visitors make reservations for early tee times, as most golfers try to avoid the heat of midday, even in fall.
- Red Rock Canyon: People who want to enjoy their Las Vegas vacation outdoors but aren’t up for hitting the links will find plenty to do at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Red Rock Canyon is only a 25-mile drive to the west of the Strip. Once there, visitors can enjoy hiking, climbing and biking. Besides the many trails, there is a 13-mile scenic drive. Tripps Travel Network shares that the temperature highs drop significantly between September and November, from the mid-80s to nearly 60 degrees, so park visitors should plan ahead and bring a jacket with them.
- Hoover Dam: One of the most popular destinations for people on Las Vegas vacations, more than a million visitors come to Hoover Dam each year. For just $30 visitors can get a full tour of both the Hoover Dam and the power plant. Tripps Travel Network shares that the tour features a very detailed look at the dam as well as a spectacular view of Lake Mead. The tour usually lasts a few hours, so visitors should bring good walking shoes.
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