From the bloggers at Matador Network
Many people come to Las Vegas and burnout within the first night on the strip. Those are the tourists usually passed out on the floor just in front of the hotel elevator doors. So close, but so far to what should have been the landing pad of the hotel room bed. No worries, dilution of mother nature is the best fix for your next day hangover. With Las Vegas being your current hub, here are nine destinations to escape to.
1. Navajo Lake, Utah
From Las Vegas, head North on Interstate 15 till you hit Cedar City and take Highway 14 for 26 miles. A 3-hour drive from Las Vegas will transport you to this remote lake in the middle of the Dixie National Forest. Explore a variety of activities including trout fishing, canoeing, hiking, and trail biking. Navajo Lake has several spots for camping or choose from 11 rustic cabins (full kitchen) provided by the Navajo Lake Lodge. The “Blue Mirror of Heaven” is the native name for this location and is a sight to behold in the fall time when all the leaves are changing colors.
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