Many different types of people live in every state, and Nevada is no exception. In Nevada, each town is made up of all sorts of different types of people. Listed below are some of these different types of people, whether they be residents or visitors, you’ll come across in Nevada. Which one are you?
You can't visit Nevada without coming across a casino or two. Also, wherever you go in Nevada, expect to see many slot machines. They're EVERYWHERE!!!
Nevada has some of the BEST food you'll ever eat! Well, we wouldn't get the chance to dine on this delicious food without the talents of Nevada's many chefs.
3. Car Enthusiasts
Reno is home to the National Automobile Museum. Car enthusiasts from all over the world love visiting this unique automobile museum. With over 200 unique cars, what car enthusiast wouldn't love it?
Over 40 million tourists visit Nevada annually.
5. Indian Tribes
Nevada is home to the Washoe, Northern Paiute, Western Shoshone, and Southern Paiute tribes.
Reno is home to the National Bowling Stadium - a 363,000 square foot ten-pin bowling stadium that bowlers from all over the country, and even world, love to visit.
Nicknamed "The Silver State," Nevada has a long history of silver and gold production. Some mines in Nevada are still operating today, so expect to come across a miner or two.
Nevada, especially the Las Vegas strip, is filled with many different types of entertainment. Singers, magicians, comedians, acrobats, etc. - Nevada has you covered!
Sure, Nevada is known for its many casinos and long mining history, but it's also known for its beautiful mountain ranges and glistening lakes. Expect to see many different types of outdoorsmen in Nevada such as hikers, bikers, campers and fishermen.
Considering Las Vegas is the "Wedding Capital of the World," you're likely to come across several newlyweds in Nevada.
What other types of people will you come across in Nevada? Post in the comments below!