You’ll Need The Whole Weekend To Explore All 5,380 Acres Of Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge In Nevada

Located just 90 miles north of Las Vegas is a sprawling oasis filled with fantastic scenery and an abundance of wildlife. Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge preserves over 5,000 acres of Southern Nevada, including various wetland habitats, and it’s well worth exploring if you’ve got a love of the great outdoors. Just be sure to plan a whole weekend, because there’s no way you can get the most of this breathtaking wildlife refuge with anything less!

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