There is more to Las Vegas than just Casino's.

Southern Nevada
The Nation's most exciting community, nestled between beautiful mountainous terrain. Southern Nevada is one of the fastest growing communities in the U.S. and continues to succeed and prosper due to its  unparalleled lifestyle, favorable business environment and its reputation as one of the world's top resort destinations and convention sites. It is easy for family members of all ages to fall in love with Las Vegas. The community is an attractive place to live and raise a family. The vibrant cultural life of Las Vegas includes the Nevada Symphony, Nevada Dance Theatre, art galleries and numerous museums. The community offers a variety of recreational activities designed for individuals of all ages.
Las Vegas
Sunny days are abundant in Las Vegas and the warm, dry climate makes it a great place to live. Close proximity to the exciting surroundings of the "Entertainment Capital of the World". Close to it all scenic wonders, recreational activities, fantastic restaurants and unique shopping experiences.

North Las Vegas
Thriving, friendly community to the North of fabulous Las Vegas. The City's motto is "Living at its Best" and boasts a responsive City government. The community has seen a fast growth in the business community due to its business friendly atmosphere, quality affordable living and tax benefits. North Las Vegas is home to many manufacturing companies and regional distribution centers; and is easily accessible to Nellis Air Force Base.

Henderson, Nevada
Located 7 miles from the famous Las Vegas Strip and less than a mile from Lake Mead. Henderson is known for its' superior master planned residential communities, outstanding parks, recreation and cultural activities. 22 parks, 6 golf courses, 5 recreation centers, 65 churches. With a population of 166,739, numerous big city attractions and a rapidly expanding business community, Henderson still maintains its small town values. The City of Henderson still sponsors street dances, barbecues and parades.

Henderson has claimed a number of national titles in the past year:
-America's Fastest Growing City
-Ranked in the Top 50 for being "Kids friendly" and one of the
  "Safest Cities in America"
-Ranked 6th best city for "Home Based Business"
-More parks and recreation facilities per capita in Nevada
-One of the lowest property tax cities in Nevada

Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area holds a special place in the hearts of thousands of Las Vegas. In marked contrast to a town geared to entertainment and gaming, Red Rock Canyon offers enticements of a different nature. Peace, serenity and beauty are just a few words that will barely begin to describe what you will experience here. The Mojave Desert is not barren as you might think. It is teeming with life and beauty that in my opinion, is rare and

unique. Petrified sand dunes, frozen in time, offer you a unique perspective of nature as well as the effects of the passing of millions of years. The excitement of suddenly appearing waterfalls, cascading into the canyons, will make you appreciate the mysteries and the hidden dangers of the Mojave. Red tailed hawks search for their next meal while drifting on air currents high above the desert floor.

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Las Vegas Golf Courses
Las Vegas is home to numerous gorgeous golf courses. Las Vegas has ideal weather that enables golfers to play all year round. While thousands of tourist flock to Nevada to take advantage of our courses, residents have to luxury of having these courses right in their back yard.

With 20 new developments since 1998 (nearly all garnering national honors from GOLF and

Golf Digest) and irresistible hotel and air packages, there's never been a better time to buy a round of golf in Vegas. But even in this golfer's paradise, there are a few tricks to having a perfect par day.

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Mt. Charleston
In the summer, Mt. Charleston is a refuge from the heat, a hiker's dream and a camper's retreat. In the winter, it's a hot toddy in the Lodge, ski lifts and ski trails and snowballs.

At 11,918 feet above sea level, Charleston Peak is the second highest mountain of the Spring Mountain National Recreation Area, and the highest point of the Nevada portion of the Toiyabe National Forest. It is the eighth highest

peak in Nevada. The temperature on the mountain is usually 25-30 degrees cooler than that of Las Vegas, making it a nice place to go for a drive and picnic during the heat of July and August. Take State Highway 95 north to Highway 157, the Mt. Charleston cutoff.

Picnic areas are many in the shade of the ancient pine trees above the 8,000 ft. level. It's about 35 miles north and west of Las Vegas. Many areas are also suitable for camping in the late spring and throughout the summer. Hikers love the area. The trails are many, and the views are some of the most beautiful in Southern Nevada.


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