It’s a remnant of Lake Lahontan, an ancient lake that was once sprawled over much of the state’s region.
IT’S THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST RESERVOIR AND FEATURES SEVERAL MILES OF WATERWAYS.
If you’re looking for a low-key vibe, head to Lake Mohave. Around 67 miles long, the lake’s western side is in Nevada while its eastern side is in Arizona.
Lake Tahoe is one of the most famous lakes in Nevada. Nestled in a mesmerising alpine bowl with mountains all around, it’s the country’s second-deepest lake
If you’re looking for a natural haven close to the glitzy entertainment scene of Las Vegas, this lake won’t disappoint.
From swimming, windsurfing, and horseback riding to picnicking and hiking, there is a plethora of recreational activities to indulge in here.
One of the most popular recreational activities to enjoy here is hiking. Hikers can take the popular Ruby Crest National Recreational Trail.