Pahrump

Pahrump

“Your Base Camp to Adventure”

Travel less than an hour west of Las Vegas on Route 160 and you’ll find yourself in the middle of PAHRUMP, NEVADA, one of the biggest networks of off-roading trails in the Southwest. Crisscrossing acre after acre of rugged mountainous terrain, these trails are a prime destination for motoring adventurers of all kinds.

For a taste of something more exotic, visit the Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch. See racing events featuring vehicles like Lotuses and Corvettes, or talk to your hotel/resort concierge to take part in a one-, two- or three-day racing school.

Ready to get dirty? Then travel 30 minutes north of Pahrump and hit the Amargosa Dunes, home to 500- foot vertical sand formations practically begging to be sandboarded, plowed through on your ATV, or simply explored on foot.

With Death Valley an hour to the west, and Las Vegas an hour to the east, it’s a natural that Pahrump is your base camp to adventure. Nestled between the 11,915-foot Mt. Charleston and the Spring Mountains to the east, and the Nopah Vista Mountains and Death Valley to the west, PAHRUMP offers plenty of opportunities for adventurers. Birders and wildlife lovers can enjoy the quiet beauty of thousands of acres of wetlands at the Ash Meadows Wildlife Refuge, only 30 miles to the northwest. And after a day of exploring all this wide-open country, it’s a great time to visit Pahrump Valley Winery, the only winery in the Mojave Desert.

You can visit the PAHRUMP, NEVADA TOURISM PAGE HERE.

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Lodging

  • 1101 S. Hwy 160 Pahrump, NV 89048

  • 775.727.5100

  • http://www.bestwestern.com/pahrumpstation

  • Discover the Best Western Pahrump Station, a tranquil hotel in the heart of the new Old West. Enjoy Nevada’s only winery, play at your choice of beautiful golf courses and test your luck at several exciting casinos, all located within minutes from this oasis in the desert. Conveniently located between Las Vegas and Death Valley (both just a one-hour drive away), the staff of Best Western- Pahrump Station is dedicated to making your stay a most enjoyable and memorable experience.

  • 301 W. Leslie & Hwy 160 Pahrump, NV 89048

  • 775.751.1174

  • http://www.nevadatreasurervresort.com/

  • Come and enjoy the most beautiful, clean, absolutely manicured RV Resort anywhere in Nevada. You and your party will feel spoiled by the staff and the activities and attractions that are at your disposal, both in the resort and locally within a short driving distance. The RV sites can accommodate large rigs with slides, and are close to the clubhouse and spectacular waterfall featured pool area. Review our website and then give us a call!

  • 1801 Crawford Way Pahrump, Nevada 89048

  • 775.727.4414

  • http://www.preferredrv.com/

  • Located in the heart of downtown and right next to the Pahrump Nugget & Gold Town casinos, Preferred RV Resort offers everything you expect from a highly-rated park – and more. Our spacious pool is always heated, and features a new retractable enclosure that can fully open or fully close with ease, allowing year-round comfort. We offer 270 sites (with over 100 pull-throughs, and 50 amp service at all of them), free newly upgraded WiFi, an indoor spa, billiards, exercise room, and restrooms that are impeccably cleaned. For those wanting more, we also offer RENTAL CABINS with full kitchens, an extensive wood shop, stained glass shop with available instruction, arts/crafts and sewing, and a full activities calendar. Preferred RV Resort accepts a variety of camp-club discounts including Good Sam, so contact us today.

Alamo

Alamo

There’s a whole wide state to explore out here, which means you’re about to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.

Amargosa Valley

Amargosa Valley

There’s some big terrain out here in Amargosa Valley, all ready to be explored by ATV’s and all kinds of recreational vehicles.

Ash Meadows

Ash Meadows

Originally inhabited by the Shoshone Indians, this area is now principally known for the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge – a great place to journey out and see many unique species.

Ash Springs

Ash Springs

After hiking, riding your ATV or birding throughout the region, you might find you need a place for an invigorating splash.

Beatty

Beatty

Beatty puts you just four miles from the ghost town of Rhyolite, and it’s at the heart of the state’s best wildlife watching.

Belmont / Hadley

Belmont / Hadley

Belmont is what’s called a “semi-ghost town.” A few residents remain, but the town is populated mostly by historical buildings.