Moapa Valley is a census-designated place and an unincorporated town in Clark County, Nevada. This town lies in a valley that is also named Moapa Valley. This friendly community with a small-town feel is home to around 7,000 people and is located approximately 65 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Visit this place and have a great time with a bus charter in Moapa Valley, Nevada.
The Moapa Valley Art Guild is a non-profit organization of craftspeople, artists, and supporters of the visual arts. The art guild holds art shows and exhibits and has scholarship programs. The guild also holds the annual Pomegranate Arts & Crafts Festival in neighboring Logandale.
Also within the area is the Lost City Museum, which will give you a glimpse into the history of the Moapa Valley area. The museum focuses on the Anasazi or the Ancestral Puebloans, which is a Native American culture that inhabited the area. You can also see objects and old items made by the ancestors of the Southern Paiutes and the European settlers.
And while you are in the Moapa Valley region, you may want to check out Double Negative, which is a work of art that is dug into the ground by artist Michael Heizer.
You may also want to witness the Rise Festival, which takes place every October. The festival starts with live music and then the lighting of sky lanterns after sunset. You can release your lanterns with a message, a resolution, a prayer, or a dream. The event will also feature lots of food, a fireworks display, wine and beer.
Visit the Valley of Fire State Park, which is considered to be Nevada's largest and oldest state park. You can go hiking, camping or sightseeing from your car. You can check out the wonderful red rock formations and take amazing photos, as well as see the Native American Petroglyphs.
You can also ask your bus charter in Moapa Valley, Nevada to take you and your group to Lake Mead, which is the largest man-made lake in the Northern Hemisphere. You can go fishing, boating, and camping here.
There's also the Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge and the Overton Wildlife Management Area. And there's Logandale Trails System, which also has facilities for camping, picnics, horseback riding, mountain biking, rock climbing, and ATVs. The region also boasts Arrow Canyon, which is a great place to explore and hike.
You should try Moapa Valley restaurants like the Inside Scoop, which is popular for its sandwiches, burgers, salads, wraps, and, of course, ice cream. You may also want to check out Kim's Smoothie Cart, Carley's Pizza, Muddy River Bar-Grill, Red Rooster Bar, Sportsmans Bar, Tiffanys Pies-Subs, La Fonda, Carley’s Creative American Food, as well as Sugars Home Plate.
Meanwhile, the area has little shops and specialty stores from where you can get souvenir and gift items to bring back home.