Nevada has no income tax and no sales tax on food and medicine Lower real estate property taxes Nevada is not just gambling but it has a rich culture that the state has many attractions throughout the year. Nevada is a sunny state with 300+ days of sunshine per year You don't have to worry about natural disasters in Nevada Nevada's desert is great for rock climbing, zip lining, camping, off road adventures and hiking Nevada is a great place for startups and entrepreneurs are welcome here. No more snow shoveling Las Vegas, Nevada is centrally located among Arizona, California, and Utah. Mohave Desert is a favorite destination for those who like off-road activities. A few hours from Grand Canyon, Death Valley National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, and the Mojave National Preserve. Lakes Mead, Mohave, and Havasu provide water sports recreation, and vast off-road areas entice off-road enthusiasts. Nevada is among the most mountainous states in the contiguous United States.
Why is VEGAS the best place to relocate to?
No state taxes! Give yourself a raise, move to a state where you keep your hard earned money!
Amazing weather year round! The temperatures here are averaging between 50-60 in the winter and 90-100 in the summer. It is dry heat in the summer so it’s not as sweaty as the more humid climates!
Plenty of outdoor adventures nearby! Red Rock National Park for hiking and exploring, Lake Mead for boating, Mount Charleston for snowboarding in the winter and hiking in the summer, natural hot springs, and more!
Proximity to destinations. Utah, California, and Arizona are just a few of the destinations that Las Vegas locals like to take a day trip to!
Low cost of living! Home prices average in the mid $300k range. This allows you to get in the market and start building wealth as a home owner!
24 hour and five star dining/entertainment!
Las Vegas Attractions
Mt. Charleston is 35 miles (56 kilometers) from Las Vegas with its highest elevation at 11,918 feet (3,615 meters). An average of 20 to 30 degrees cooler than Las Vegas, Mt. Charleston is perfect for skiing, picnicking, hiking and horseback riding. In addition to year-round hotel accommodations and tours, full-service camping is also available from May through September. For information, call (702) 873-8800.
Death Valley is located in western California, 135 miles (216 kilometers) from Las Vegas and a mere 40-minute plane ride away. This scenic wonder has the lowest elevation on the North American continent at 280 feet (84.93 meters) below sea level. Points of interest include Zabriskie Point, 20 Mule Team Canyon and Scotty's Castle. Tours are available.
The Grand Canyon in western Arizona lies approximately 300 miles (480 kilometers) - a one-hour flight from Las Vegas. Over millions of years, the Colorado River carved this natural wonder that is one mile deep and 277 miles long. Sightseeing air tours of the Grand Canyon depart Las Vegas daily for half-day, full-day and overnight excursions.
Red Rock Canyon is just 15 miles (24 kilometers) west of Las Vegas. It is a scenic area of rock formations and desert with a 3,000-foot (910-meter) escarpment produced by a thrust fault. Open to the public year-round, Red Rock Canyon has a Bureau of Land Management visitors center and is home to feral horses, wild burros, bighorn sheep, coyotes and a variety of desert plant life.
Valley of Fire State Park is only 55 miles (88 kilometers) northwest of Las Vegas and comprises scenic landscapes, hidden canyons and unique red rock formations. Petroglyphs and remains of ancient Native American civilizations can be viewed here and a Nevada Park Service visitors center provides tourist information. The park is open to the public year-round and tours are available.
Bryce Canyon is located 210 miles (336 kilometers) northeast of Las Vegas in southwestern Utah. This popular national park offers an outdoor exhibition of unique rock formations with imaginative names like Pink Cliffs, Silent City and Cathedral. Bryce Canyon is open throughout the year.
Mojave National Preserveis only 60 miles (97 kilometers) southwest of Las Vegas. This 1.6-million-acre preserve, which protects one of the most diverse environments in the world, abounds with sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, Joshua tree forests and mile-high mountains. The preserve's visitor centers, located in Baker and Needles, Calif., welcome visitors year-round.
Zion National Park is 158 miles (254 kilometers) north of Las Vegas across the Utah border, is a popular winter ski resort. Colorful sandstone canyons, hot rocky deserts and cool forested plateaus are all part of Zion National Park. Zion Canyon is the largest and most visited canyon in the park. Here, the Virgin River has carved a spectacular forge into the red and white sandstone. The 2,000 to 3,000-foot canyon walls loom high above the river and the tree and grass-covered canyon floor.
— Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority