Most would consider Las Vegas an adult-only destination, but I will always consider it home. It’s also the first trip Jake ever took at just three-months-old. Lucky me, he slept the entire five-hour flight.
While the Strip gets the most attention, Las Vegas is also home to some incredible attractions. Whenever we visit we make sure to go hiking as much as possible, especially with my grandma that’s in her 90’s.
Just 17 miles west of the Strip, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is easy to get to. With miles and miles of hiking trails for all levels, as well as rock climbing, horseback riding, biking and more, Red Rock Canyon opens the beautiful Mojave Desert to adventure-seekers of all kinds!
Another amazing stop in Las Vegas is the Neon Museum. In the Boneyard, you will find a representation of Las Vegas’s unique history. The collection of old neon signs is beautiful yet eerie, and a treasury of relics you won’t find in most museums. Just keep in mind, there are hazards and this is not a place to run wild.