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Nevada RV Rentals

Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

Nevada RV Rentals are is a great way to see the state. Pick up an RV in Las Vegas, Henderson or Reno and let’s go.

When we think of traveling in an RV through Nevada we all think of visiting the Las Vegas Strip and the Grand Canyon, but let’s look outside the box and see what other treasures are to be found when traveling in a Nevada RV rental.

Neon Boneyard

Las Vegas Nevada is known for its bright lights and its neon signs. What happens to those signs when they are no longer being used? Well, they go to the Neon Boneyard of course. This 3 acre lot contains over 150 decommissioned signs from Las Vegas’ past, including the original Aladdins lamp from Aladdins Casino and the original sign from the Golden Nugget. Tours are available daily and try to go at night so that you can see some of the old signs lit up.

Photo Credit: Molly Elizabeth

Fly Geyser

Atlas Obscura says it best the Fly Geyser is a collision of human error and natural geothermic pressure resulted in the rainbow-coloured geologic wonder. Off of State Route 34 outside of Gerlach Nevada nearly 100 years ago a well was drilled looking to provide water for farming. The water that appeared from this well was nearly 200 degrees, obviously not suitable for farming this well was just left. What formed was a 12 foot cone of calcium carbonate. The red and green colouring of the geyser is caused by thermophilic algae making these mineral structure breath taking. With a Nevada RV rental you can drive out to the geyser.

Photo Credit AtlasObscura.com

Area 51

Area 51 is located in Lincoln County Nevada. This famous top secret military testing facility is rumoured to be home to aliens and their spaceships. You will not get into Area 51, the closest you will get is to a no trespassing sign. It would make a great story though it you and your Nevada RV rental had to be escorted from the area by armed guards. (USA RV Rentals in no way endorses this behaviour:)

Rhyolite Ghost Town

Rhyolite Ghost Town is located 6 miles west of Beatty Nevada. In 1905 in the middle of a gold rush this town grew to 1500 people. The town boasted a 3 story building, a school for 250 children, hotels, stores and even an ice plant. 11 years later the lights were turned out and now the only things left were the ruins of a few old buildings.

Forest of the Last Church

Visit the International Forest of the Last Church. Over 40 automobiles, including cars, trucks and vans are scattered around stacked on one another and balanced on their ends. These vehicles have been painted by two artists whose vision was to create a place for people to get out and explore while speaking out against organize religion. You can drive out to Goldfield Nevada in your RV and take your time looking at this exhibit.

Bristlecone Pines

How about a stop at the Bristlecone Pines of the Great Basin. These trees are the oldest in the world. One tree names Methuselah is almost 5000 years old.

Photo Credit AtlasObscura.com

There is so much to see and do in Nevada. So rent an RV and let your next Nevada road trip begin.

If you are looking for more ideas of things to do in Nevada check out the following articles.

RVing Nevada National Parks

Valley of Fire in an RV

Rent an RV in Nevada

Recreation in Las Vegas

Top 10 Things to Bring to a Burner Festival when Traveling in an RV

Wednesday, February 4th, 2015

burningman.org is an experience like no other. It’s different for everyone who goes and changes every year. But it is still one of those festivals that cannot be missed. Traveling in style, in Burner Friendly RV rental that is, isn’t a must but it provides some creature comforts to the experience, that by the end of the week, you’ll be dreaming of.

Black Rock Desert

RV’ing at a Festival? Here are some “must have” items:

WATER! – You can never have too much water. From the water you need to drink, to the elusive water for a shower, to the lemon water needed to clean out all of that Playa dust. The lemon in the water will help with the alkaline in the dust and your skin will love it. More is better.

Hide-a-Key – If you’re traveling with more then just yourself, have a hide a key hidden somewhere on your RV is handy to have. That way people can come and go without worry of loosing a key or not having enough keys for everyone.

Shade – Even if you have a generator and air conditioning there’s nothing like sitting outside in the shade and enjoying the buzz around you and meeting new people. But make sure it’s sound enough to stand against those high winds!

Ziplock Bags – it’s always nice to have some fresh clean clothes to drive home in. Plus don’t forget to keep your electronics (phone, camera, etc) safe from the dust, along with prepared meals.

Garbage Bags – Remember that the Burner Festival runs on a ‘what you bring you leave with’ campaign. So when packing don’t forget to bring things that can either be cleaned and reused or burned, otherwise you’ll be driving out with more trash then your RV can carry.

Medical Kit and Extra Toilet Paper (1ply) – From stepping on rebar to just being plain clumsy, it’s important to stock up a medical kit. Extra toilet paper is a must as well, put together a personal washroom pack for when you are out adventuring as the port-a-potties always run out.

Bike and Lights (for yourself and your bike) – The Black Rock Desert becomes a small city, with last year holding over 65,000 people. Covering that distance by foot isn’t practical. Bring along a cheap bike to help you travel. And lights! It gets dark, I mean really dark. Help everyone out by attaching lights to yourself and your bike to prevent collisions.

Dust Cover for Your Bed – As much as you may try dust will be EVERYWHERE. Bringing a dust cover for your bed will help keep the dust down when you are sleeping. Even an extra sheet to cover your bedding will do wonders.

Oil for Your Generator – Either you or someone around you will run out of oil, it’s guaranteed. So why not bring some extra just in case.

Solar Power – Save your generator and use as much solar power as possible to run your necessities. Every little bit helps to keep our lovely planet clean.

Last but not least, remember to have fun and keep your mind open to all the wonderful possibilities that the festival provides.

Rent an RV in Nevada

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

Rent an RV and drive through the desert in Nevada, “The Silver State”. Nevada RV rentals are extremely popular because of the diversity in vacations one can have in the state of Nevada.

Nevada RV rentals are favored because of Nevada’s brilliantly glittery resorts, small town festivals, scenic attractions, man-made wonders, higways, and fascinating official byways.

Nevada - Grand Canyon

Nevada - Grand Canyon

The variety for RV rental fun is neverending, especially with the 24-hour entertainment. Drive your Nevada RV rental into Area 51, “The Loneliest Road in America” or “The Extra Terrestrial Highway” (Highway 50), visit the Hoover Dam that powers Las Vegas’ lights, see the authentic pyramid at Pyramid Lake, or go to some unique events like camel racing and cowboy poetry. Take your Nevada RV rental to the lively casino cities or travel into the isolated wilderness where you’ll discover hundreds of remote mountains.

Although the main thing on your mind may be a Las Vegas RV rental because of the casinos and shows, don’t forget that Nevada is centrally located to some spectacular National Parks like Yosemite, The Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce, and Death Valley. Your Nevada RV rental vacation will be fabulous if any of these parks are visited because they have some of the most beautiful scenery in the USA.

Mining heritage is deeply engrained into Nevada’s history. Take your Nevada RV rental to Tonopah, home of the first significant discovery of silver in Nevada. You could then take your Nevada RV rental over to Barrick Goldstrike Mine and tour one of the largest mines in North America. If you’re still looking for more, drive your Nevada RV rental to Rhyolite. Not only is Rhyolite scenic and accessible, it is the most well-preserved ghost town in all of Nevada.

RV rentals in Nevada often find their way toward the Las Vegas Air Show, Aviation Nation. Aviation Nation is at the Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas and is a two day event. It is one of the most distinct air shows in the USA and one of the largest public events in Nevada.

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