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Road Trip From McCarran Airport

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Road Trip From Las Vegas to Top National Parks

Las Vegas is a great place to start any number of road trips, but especially when you want to explore some of America’s greatest national parks. In just a matter of hours, you’ll find yourself surrounded by immense beauty and captivating views. Las Vegas is not just about happy hour and all-nighters, it has amazing places to visit with unique travel destinations. Explore the road trip side of things and enjoy nature’s beauty!

After flying into McCarran International Airport (LAS), you can pick up your rental car from Avis’ McCarran airport car rental location. From there, you have a few options: take in the immensity of the Grand Canyon, enjoy the peacefulness of Zion, or check out historical Death Valley. No matter which national park you choose, your Las Vegas rental car will get you there comfortably.

Grand Canyon National Park

Northwest Corner of Arizona

Located in northern Arizona, the Grand Canyon is known for its epic views and, as the name suggests, it’s vast canyon. Other than driving around the park, there are a variety of other activities to enjoy including: visiting museums, walking, hiking, cycling, mule riding, and more. As the Grand Canyon is located in the desert, it is important that you take comfortable clothes, sneakers or hiking boots, a hat, sunscreen, and lots of water.

The Grand Canyon is also the perfect setting to sit back and enjoy sunrises and sunsets that are beyond comparison. Some of the best locations for a good view when it comes to sunrises are Mather or Yaki Points. For the best sunset experiences, try Hopi, Mohave, and Pima Points. Get there at a good time because these spots tend to fill up quickly—and don’t forget to take your camera with you!

Zion National Park

State Route 9, Springdale, Utah

Zion National Park was Utah’s first national park. When you arrive, you’ll be amazed at the beauty of it. The many observation points will make you feel as if you are on another planet as they offer exquisite views and fascinating red rocks that will fill you with curiosity. It’s the perfect place to capture some really amazing photos, and hiking trails with names such as The Narrows, Angel’s Landing, and Hidden Canyon give the sensation that there is adventure around every corner.

You can enjoy a variety of different activities. From river tubing and swimming to climbing and canyoneering, if you enjoy the outdoors, Zion has it all. Southern Utah also offers many cultural events throughout the year, so be sure to check out the events calendar to try to fit one in.

Death Valley

Located in California, Death Valley is known as the driest, hottest, and lowest national park in the west. With temperatures ranging from the 50s in the colder months to the low 100s in the hotter months, when you visit Death Valley make sure you wear appropriate clothing and take plenty of water. The views and canyons themselves, however, are well worth the trip.

Many famous movies have been filmed in Death Valley and with good reason as its vast land is incomparable. You might recognize it in movies like Star Wars, The Professionals, and Yellow Sky. Death Valley is a true treasure, and if you’re up to a little extra adventure, you may want to pay a visit to the ghost towns nearby.

Las Vegas Car Rental

You’ve made the right decision to start your road trip from Las Vegas as there are many unique places to visit. Once you rent a car in Las Vegas, you will be set for the beginning of a great adventure. Be sure to ask about any special deals and the fuel plans that Avis has available. We always believe in offering our customers the best rate so you only have to worry about packing the right clothes for your trip.