In January 1936, Nevada Highways and Parks – known today as Nevada Magazine – was introduced by the state highway department. The Silver State was hardly the tourist magnet is it now. Legalized gambling in Nevada was five years old, the population of Las Vegas was less than 8,000, and Hoover Dam was less than a year old. State highway publicist and Nevada Highways and Parks editor Fred Greulich wrote a majority of the articles and collected photos that promoted Nevada’s open roads – albeit in black and white. Always an information source for Nevada residents and tourists, what started as a digest-sized bulletin has grown into a colorful magazine.
Nevada Magazine & Visitor Guide
Summer in Nevada has it all, whether you’re searching for antelope herds, alpine lakes, or that perfect small town to spend a few days. Make it a season for exploration: We know you’ll soon discover your favorite slice of the West.View
Spring in Nevada means wildflowers waking up in the meadows and baby birds and beasts playing in our wide-open ranges. Spring is also a time of new beginnings and adventure, and whatever your interests, you’ll find endless opportunity and a welcoming smile.View
Winter in Nevada means plentiful snow- particularly in the northeast and the Sierra- for all kinds of outdoor fun, but winter is also a time to enjoy beautifully balmy days down south. Whichever way you recreate in winter, Nevada is sure to please.View
Fall is here, and with her comes cooler temperatures and gorgeous days perfect for exploration. The hills come alive with all the colors of autumn, and while the days are growing shorter, the list of ways to fill them is chock-full of events and activities.View