There is lots of places you can camp at around Vegas, but there isn’t a lot of water to drink around Vegas. Doesn’t take being a rocket scientist to know how that effects where you WILL camp.Does anyone rough it around Las Vegas? I see plenty of land owned by Bureau of Land Managment (BLM), what are the rules? What about around Lake Mead, do you have to camp at the campgrounds?
I live in Las Vegas and probably go to the strip less than 10 times a year. There is sooooo much more to Vegas than Las Vegas Boulevard. Even the locals who go to casinos often tend to go to the ones that are removed from the strip.txprep is trying to continue the stereotypes. I go to Las Vegas to visit relatives and go hiking. We never go to the Strip or gamble since we live in Nevada and ignore a lot of the stuff that goes on here.