Here Are The 10 Safest And Most Peaceful Places To Live In Nevada
There are many great places in Nevada to call home. According to Neighborhood Scout, the towns listed below have the least amount of crime overall and are considered to be the safest in the state. Here are ten of the most peaceful places in Nevada to call home! Check it out:
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Most Peaceful Places in Nevada
Where are some beautiful places in Nevada?
Nevada is one of those states that tend to go unnoticed in terms of its beauty. Like many other desert states, folks tend to assume it’s boring here – and they don’t realize what they’re missing out on. One of the most famous scenic places in Nevada is Lake Mead, a popular recreation area to which folks from all over the state – if not the whole southwest – come to relax and unwind. But there are other places, too, that deserve plenty of attention that they don’t ever get. For example, there’s a park at Tule Springs called Floyd Lamb Park, and it’s super gorgeous year-round, but most especially during fall. It’s a true hidden gem within the confines of Las Vegas. In northeast Nevada, you can find mountainous, green terrain, and we suggest a visit to the Ruby Mountains if you’d truly like to experience the best of Nevada’s natural beauty. Believe it or not, there are plenty of breathtaking and beautiful places – both natural and man-made – and each of them alone are good reasons to pay Nevada a visit someday.
What are the most dangerous places in Nevada?
According to RoadSnacks.net, at the time of this writing, some of the most dangerous places in Nevada include the cities of Sparks (population: 106,000+/violent crimes per 100k residents: 424), Elko (population: 20,600+/violent crimes per 100k residents: 334), Reno (population: 254,300+/violent crimes per 100k residents: 557), North Las Vegas (population: 249,800+/violent crimes per 100k residents: 863), and, of course, sin city itself – Las Vegas (population: 1.6 million+/violent crimes per 100k residents: 531). Interestingly, there are towns that were once much more dangerous than any of the towns listed here; Nevada’s past as a wild western “no man’s land” crawling with outlaws has lent some towns a pretty intriguing (and violent) history. Click here to read about one such dangerous place back in the day.