Guide to the Suburbs of Las Vegas

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Las Vegas has always been popular for its crazy nightlife, including gambling, gaming, and playing around. But, there’s more to Las Vegas – it’s also a lovely place to live because of its warm weather, beautiful scenery, plenty of outdoor activities, and economic opportunities. Here are the top suburbs surrounding Las Vegas for you to live in.

  1.     Summerlin South

Summerlin South is a smaller, but one of the top-ranked suburbs in Las Vegas. Since it locates close to the famous Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and the Spring Mountains, Summerlin South is full of natural beauty and a great tourist destination. Also, it has a 150-miles long trail allowing the residents to stay active through walking, running, and cycling. The population is 24,085 and the median home value is around $401,400.

  1.     Henderson

Henderson, which lies about 16 miles southeast of Las Vegas is also a delightful suburb to live in, especially due to access to fine dining, shopping, and various entertainment options. Residents in Henderson have the opportunity to attend year-round tours and wine tastings, organized by Artisan distilleries, breweries, and wineries there. In addition, there are many parks and trails like River Mountain Loop Trail, Lion Habitat Ranch, and the Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve in Henderson for those who love outdoor recreational activities. The population is 310,390 and the median home value is around $293,500.

  1.     Paradise

Most of the Las Vegas Strip is located within the boundaries of Paradise, one of the best suburbs in Las Vegas. It’s well-known for various adventurous activities, such as hiking, mountain climbing, cycling, and many more. Also, it’s the home to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and McCarran International Airport. Moreover, the city of Paradise offers you fine dining, different entertainment options, and large shopping centers. The population is 223,167 and the median home value is around $217,000.

  1.     Boulder City

Although Boulder City is the smallest suburb on this list, it owns rather big adventures and it is located in the proximity of the engineering marvel of Hoover Dam. The adventures here in Boulder City range from white-water rafting to antiquing to touring old gold mines. And it’s the perfect place to live for people who love exciting, big adventures. Moreover, the educational system here in this small suburb is of a high standard. The population is 15,977 and the median home value is around $269,200.

  1.     North Las Vegas

North Las Vegas is the second-largest suburb on our list and one of the best suburbs to live in. The North Las Vegas Campus, the College of Southern Nevada is also located here, and therefore, it’s a vibrant city full of youth.  Fine dining with live music attracts people to spend a few relaxed hours with their loved ones. Also, there are dunes nearby and you can engage in a high-intensity ATV adventure if you’re a fan of it. The population is 245,949 and the median home value is around $208,100.

If you want to escape the busy, stagnant life, you can try these suburbs in Las Vegas and you can enjoy your life the way you’ve always dreamt of.

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