Get a Free 2016 Nevada Travel Guide

CARSON CITY, Nev. — Explore ghost towns, hike through bristlecone pine forests, enjoy world-class nightlife and entertainment, and relax in a hot spring while viewing the expansive desert landscape — there’s so much to do on a Nevada adventure. The free 2016 Nevada Travel & Leisure Guide offers ideas and insights into planning a Nevada visit and is now available online and at area visitors centers.

“Nevada offers so many experiences, from music festivals in Las Vegas to cowboy poets in Elko to extreme outdoor adventure around Lake Tahoe to historic train museums,” Claudia Vecchio, director of the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs, said. “It’s a place where you can let loose, be yourself and embrace the ‘Don’t Fence Me In’ spirit. This new guide will help our guests navigate this great state, and return home with more stories than souvenirs.” 

New to this year’s travel guide is a fold-out state map with details on “must-see” destinations, information on Nevada weddings and a suggested itinerary through Las Vegas’ midcentury modern neighborhoods. The guide also includes road trip itineraries along the Loneliest Road in America, the Great Basin Highway and the Las Vegas Strip. The guide offers insights into four of Nevada’s “worlds” — World of Taste, World of Adventure, World of Originals and World of Wanderlust — as conveyed in Travel Nevada’s recent marketing campaign. The guide encourages visitors to share their experiences via or on any social networking channel.

The cover design pulls directly from the marketing campaign and conveys a few of the unique characters people can meet while traveling through the State.

The 120-page guide won Best Special Project at the 2015 Nevada Press Association awards. It is produced by Travel Nevada and Nevada Magazine.

The Nevada travel guide is available free of charge at area visitors centers or by ordering through

The Nevada Division of Tourism is part of the Nevada Department of Tourism and Cultural Affairs. More commonly knowns as Travel Nevada, it is responsible for promoting and marketing Nevada as a travel destination to domestic and international travelers. Operating within a performance-based budget structure, Travel Nevada is funded solely by a percentage of lodging tax paid by overnight guests throughout the state. For more, visit