These 10 Up And Coming Cities In Nevada Are Ready To Explode
Have you ever wondered whether or not you live in one of Nevada’s fastest-growing cities? Recently, the website HomeSnacks published a list that included the fastest-growing cities in Nevada. They got their results by analyzing U.S. Census data from 2010-2014 to calculate the growth rate for all 12 Nevada cities with a population of more than 5,000. Nevada is full of beautiful cities, and here are the ones that are growing the fastest:
Do you live in one of Nevada’s 10 fastest-growing cities? Have you been to any of the most scenic towns in Nevada? Let us know about your experiences in the comments.
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The Best Places In Nevada
What are the most unique places in Nevada?
The most unique places in Nevada include:
- Fly Geyser. This geyser looks like something from a science fiction movie. With otherworldly hues of rust and gold, it shoots water high into the air.
- Neon Boneyard. This is the resting place of neon signs from days gone by from the Las Vegas Strip.
- Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park. This place houses the only fully intact ichthyosaur skeleton in the nation.
- Area 51. It’s not open to the public, but it's a site that’s the source of many stories and conspiracy theories regarding UFOs and extra-terrestrials.
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What are the most scenic places in Nevada?
The most scenic places in Nevada include:
- Valley Fire State Park. Located in Overton, these rock formations of swirled rust and cream colors are an amazing sight.
- Cathedral Gorge State Park. This is 1,608 acres of majestic rock spires that are made of bentonite clay.
- Ethel M Botanical Cactus Garden. This garden in Henderson has over 300 species of plants, focusing on desert species.
- Jarbridge Wilderness. The vista views of trees and wildflowers here span 113,167 acres of beauty formed by glaciers.
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What are the best hidden gem attractions in Nevada?
The best hidden gem attractions in Nevada include:
- Mark Twain Museum. Located in Virginia City, this museum chronicles the life of Samuel Clemens, A.K.A. Mark Twain.
- Ward Charcoal Ovens. These beehive-shaped charcoal ovens were used in the late 1800s during the silver boom.
- Pioneer Saloon. This is the oldest operating saloon in Nevada and was featured in the video game Fallout New Vegas.
- Double Negative. This is a work of art hewn into the limestone, creating an intriguing optical illusion.
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