Las Vegas Is Ready To Play

With all its glitz, high-stakes games, and unbelievable shows, the Las Vegas Strip fuels your need for adventure — and Margaritaville Vacation Club by Wyndham - Desert Blue fuels your need for escape. This resort paradise is a short drive from the Strip, and a relaxing retreat when you feel the need to sit out by the pool, drink in hand. Feel free to go all in, it’s 5 o’clock somewhere. Plus, your resort has enhanced level of cleaning standards and safety protocols with Vacation Ready. You can count on a safe vacation.

OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS
Red Rock Canyon

You can take in the views of Red Rock Canyon at the Red Rock Overlook and Red Spring Boardwalk. The conservation area’s main attraction — the Scenic Drive — is open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The 13-mile drive through Red Rock Canyon showcases the stunning landscape and allows for parking to hop out of the car and hike or walk one of the trailheads. The Late Night, Calico Basin, and Kraft Mountain trailheads are all open for exploration.

Lake Mead

Lake Mead has a little bit of everything with hiking, swimming, and fishing in stunning surroundings. Plus, you can see the Hoover Dam from a distance. Boulder Beach is open to vehicles from 6 a.m. to dusk, and Cottonwood Cove, Willow Beach, Cabinsite Cove, Princess Cove, and the North and South Arizona Telephone coves are open for swimming.

Mount Charleston

Get a taste of the great outdoors at Mount Charleston in Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. Try hiking one of the eight open trailheads and break for lunch at one of five picnic areas. 

Valley of Fire State Park

See the famed bright red sandstone for yourself with a trip to Valley of Fire. The park is open daily from sunrise to sunset for a small fee where you can take on a number of day hikes or scenic drives.

MORE LAS VEGAS ATTRACTIONS
NATIONAL PARK DAY TRIPS
Grand Canyon National Park

Take a 4.5-hour day trip to Arizona to experience the majesty of the Grand Canyon. The park’s South Rim is open for vacationers, and it’s best to use the South Entrance in Tusayan to enter and exit the park. Some shuttles are in operation, and you can take in the views with your own scenic drive or by hiking the Canyon Rim trail. The Verkamps Visitor Centers and Yavapai Geology Museum to see the exhibits.

Zion National Park

Drive 2.5 hours to Utah’s first national park, Zion National Park. Shuttles are in service, and you can drive through the scenic landscapes yourself. Plan to get there early so you can drive the Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, which closes for most of the day once parking is full along the 6-mile road. If it is full, Zion-Mount Carmel Highway is also a scenic drive through the park, and the Visitor’s Center has more parking available for two additional trailhead hikes.

Where To Eat

Foodies can look forward to sampling fare from a variety of celebrity chefs. Make sure to call ahead. Most open restaurants are reservation-only for those who want to dine in. Of course, you can always order your food to-go, even at the higher-end joints.

Viva Las Arepas

Open for delivery, takeout, and limited seating, Viva Las Arepas is the spot for tasty, authentic arepa sandwiches. $

Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer

For a midrange meal, look no further than Black Tap. Order up a juicy burger and a Crazyshake for takeout or dining in. $$

CUT by Wolfgang Puck

If you’re a steak aficionado, CUT is the place to treat yourself at. The full menu is available for takeout or reserve a table to dine in. $$$

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