Recognized as the driest state in the U.S., Nevada is situated in the Southwestern, West, and Mountain West portions of the country. Its beautiful sprawling deserts make it one of the least densely populated states, and it is ranked as the 35th most populous state in the country. Much of the new housing developments are located in Las Vegas and the surrounding cities, as much of the state's land is owned by government organizations.
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Las Vegas is the state's most populated city, and it offers a number of recreational and entertainment venues. The Vegas strip is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the city, but it also provides a number of cultural activities with an established arts district and a number of notable museums. There are also a number of recognized golf courses and other recreational activities. If you are more interested in outdoor activities, the various towns located in the Sierra Nevada Range on the shores of Lake Tahoe might be more up your alley, as they offer an array of winter and summer mountain activities including skiing, sledding, waterskiing, mountain biking and hiking. Nearby Reno also provides easy access to the mountains and activities with a more urban atmosphere.