The Strip continues much further than many out-of-towners realize. Beyond the bustling end of Las Vegas Boulevard lies the South Strip, which is home to M Resort, South Point Casino, and Silverton Casino. M Resort is a higher-end alternative for off-Strip gaming, featuring a spa, pool, wine bar, and cheeky eateries like Hash House a Go-Go and Baby Cakes. South Point Casino is the equestrian center of Las Vegas, hosting rodeo games and breaking records for the world's longest polo game. Silverton Casino is a down-to-earth gambling hall with the ambience of a hunting lodge, adjacent to a Bass Pro Shoppe offering fishing and hunting workshops.
Getting Around Las Vegas
If staying on the Las Vegas Strip, walking and taxis are the easiest way to get around Las Vegas. Renting a car is advised if you plan to explore the greater Las Vegas area. Taxis cannot be hailed on the street but are readily available at virtually all casnio entrances. Ask your driver to take side streets if you are trying to get down the strip.
- McCarran International Airport-LAS
Things to Do and See Near The Strip
- Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay
- Las Vegas Springs
- Mob Museum
- Circus Circus Las Vegas
- New York-New York Hotel & Casino
- Binion's Horseshoe
- Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign
- Old Las Vegas Mormon State Historic Park
- The Palazzo