Home to ghost towns, expansive deserts, pristine alpine lakes, and remote national parks, Nevada doesn’t slack at all when it comes to fabulous landscapes.
The ultimate way to see the most of the park is by driving its scenic 13-mile road, which cuts right through the park and provides fantastic viewpoints of the landscape.
During your visit, you can partake in all sorts of water activities, including swimming, boating, kayaking, canoeing, or just sunbathing at the beach!
Truly one of the greatest engineering projects in the country’s history, and at the time of completion in the 1930s one of the largest man-made structures in the world.
The park is a wonderful place to test out your desert hiking skills, with lots of easy and short trails available for visitors to get to know the area in a more personal way.
The main attraction at this historical town is Mining Park, where you’ll get to explore abandoned mines which provide a window into the past of this unique region in Nevada.
If you’re traveling during the warmer months, you’ll love playing around in the lake, with boating, kayaking, swimming, and canoeing being just a few of the activities on offer.