As restrictions ease in Governor Sisolak’s phase 2 reopening plan, travel into the Tahoe area still has its limitations.
Local parks and recreation departments are scheduled to start resuming some operations on Friday, but local officials warn not to expect business as usual.
The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Mounted Horse Unit is patrolling trailheads and parks instead of special events, keeping an eye out for safety.
The Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe announced Friday it would begin screening all traffic entering tribal lands for the next 60 days or until the COVID-19 pandemic has eased.
Take a look at the Tonopah Historic Mining Park, and 21 other Nevada destinations, through interactive photos on Travel Nevada’s Roam from Home webpage.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak followed through on a threat made Monday: If people don’t practice social distancing, he’ll tighten restrictions.
Vail Resorts’ Northstar ski resort was taken to court late last year after regulars were told they’d have to pay to park. One plaintiff recently prevailed against the company in small claims court.
Travel Nevada shares some ways to experience the Silver State during this time of social distancing, and to inspire you for future trips.
Gardeners wanting to get a start on this year’s crops and plantings can participate in the University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension’s “Grow Your Own!” series online.
Rod “The Tree Hunter” Haulenbeek hosts a tree tour March 14 around the Wilbur D. May Arboretum & Botanical Garden.