- Our list of the best things to do in Moapa, Nevada, features the top 8 nearby activities — including 4 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Moapa, NV has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Sports & Fitness, Outdoor Places, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Moapa, NV , followed by 6 popular activities in nearby cities, including Overton
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721 S Moapa Valley Blvd, Overton, NV 89040 MoreLess Info
Built on the site of an actual historical Anasazi pueblo, the Lost City Museum of Archaeology is home to many artifacts from the ancient civilization of the Anasazi, including pottery and artwork. The museum also contains a gift shop.
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Valley of Fire State Park, 29450 Valley of Fire Road, Overton, NV 89040 MoreLess Info
Located within Valley of Fire State Park, Arch Rock Campground offers primitive campsites in a secluded environment with red rock formations. The campground provides water spigots, sheltered picnic tables, grills and fire rings.
Artifacts of the Anasazi tribes that lived near the waters of Lake Mead are held in exhibits at the Lost City Museum. Programs at the site include archaeological research, school tours, and local outreach in addition to the shifting exhibits and archival library.
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Interstate 15 at Highway 169, Exit 75, Overton, NV 89040 MoreLess Info
The Visitor Center at the Valley of Fire State Park offers exhibits on the ecology, geology, prehistory, and modern history of the park and surrounding area. Outdoor activities at the park then involve hiking, RV camping, general camping, and picnicking.
An 18-hole landscape designed by Cal Olson is the designated course at the Casablanca Golf Club. The terrain itself is rather mountainous, creating challenging holes for seasoned golfers within the surrounding wildlife sanctuary.
A fair course with regular pricing specials is available at the Falcon Ridge Golf Club. The canyons and rises of the landscape can make distances deceiving though, which means even experience golfers should pay attention to the distance markers.