Tammilee Tillison writes: “We find that a trip to Las Vegas can be either really expensive or really cost-effective depending on what you like to do and whether you spend any time at the tables or slot machines. We are not huge gamblers so we go to Las Vegas for the sites, people watching, amazing food, shows, and so much more. I love how many free things there are to do in Las Vegas.”
When you think of Las Vegas, what are the first things you think of? Bright lights, slot machines, and all-you-can-eat buffets? There’s a lot more to Vegas than casinos, showgirls, and abundant food and drink – all you have to do is leave the Strip. Get our tips on what to see!
Las Vegas area Natural attractions Arizona Hot Springs (mile 59.75) Out of all of the hot springs, these are located in the most dramatic slot canyon with canyon walls that are as narrow as 6 feet apart. Arizona hot springs is especially cool at night! The best hot springs are reached by climbing a 20 foot ladder that has been installed by the National Park Service.