Casino action draws thousands to Nevada. Since legalizing most forms of gaming in 1931, the state has remained a top attraction for thrill-seekers.

Vacation is serious business in Nevada. There are sights to see, bets to place, shows to catch, deserts and mountains to explore. You will work up an appetite.

Experience the energy of a drum circle, the exhilaration of traditional dancing and the appeal of time-honored hand games at one of Nevada’s many American Indian cultural events this summer.

Nevada is vast — it’s the seventh-largest state in the United States, in terms of land area.

The Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT) has launched a website to meet the needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, an increasingly lucrative and vibrant market within the travel industry.

From boat regattas to steam train rides to breathtaking fireworks, Nevada offers plenty of ways to celebrate Independence Day. This summer, make the most of the holiday by attending one of the state’s many spectacular Fourth of July events.

Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki and other Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT) officials honored industry professionals from around the state Thursday, presenting the annual VolunTourism Awards for exceptional achievement at the 21st annual Rural Roundup tourism conference.

Nevada Commission on Tourism selects Bethany Drysdale to head Public Relations department

Nevada’s statewide rural tourism industry will gather in Mesquite April 6-8 for the 21st Annual Rural Roundup conference to learn the latest trends in developing new markets and attracting more visitors from places far and near, including Las Vegas.

Applicants are being sought among Nevada high school seniors for the annual $1,000 June Stannard Memorial Scholarship to pursue a college degree that will lead to a career in the tourism industry.

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