and October and November. During these months you will enjoy temperatures in the 70’s during the day and plenty of activities for the entire family. If you enjoy hiking and amazing views, take the kids for a day at Cathedral Gorge State Park in Panaca. The park covers 1,600 acres and shows off a dramatic landscape. If you love history, be sure to stop by Virginia City where the town’s past life as a mining city remains intact. You can get a drink in an old-fashioned saloon, wander through the museums, or take a walking tour and listen to the interesting stories.
Great Activities in Nevada - Even in Summer!
When visiting a Nevada timeshare during the summer months, you need to plan for hot temperatures usually staying around 100 degrees from June through September. This doesn’t mean you can’t find anything to – it just means you need to hang out in the air-conditioning during the hottest parts of the day. You will always find a lot of action in Las Vegas or Reno where the casinos are cool, and the food is great. The kids will also enjoy spending time in the water at Lake Mead just 24 miles from Vegas. They can earn a Junior Ranger badge by completing activities and have fun playing in the recreation areas while picnicking on the grounds. You will also want to plan a tour of the Hoover Dam where you can learn about the hydroelectric generators and the immense size.
Nevada Timeshares = Great Accommodations
Staying in a Nevada timeshare is the best option when traveling to this beautiful state. If you enjoy the luxuries that come with a homelike atmosphere like an in-unit washer and dryer, fully equipped kitchen, and spa-like bathrooms, a timeshare is perfect. You will also love the convenience of free Wi-Fi, flat screen televisions, and awesome views from your patio or balcony. Many resorts in Nevada also feature amazing swimming pools where you can cool off, on-site restaurants and bars, and fun supervised activities for the kids when adults need some time for their own pursuits. Whether you are visiting during the spring, summer, winter or fall - Nevada has a lot to offer.