Road Trip LA to Las Vegas: 10 Best Things to See Along the Way 


If you’re looking for a memorable road trip, look no further than the drive from LA to Vegas. You’ll discover some of the best sights and experiences that California and Nevada have to offer. 

The Mormon Rocks are a series of sandstone formations that rise from the desert near Phelan, CA. They were named after the Mormon pioneers who passed by them in the 1800s. 

Mormon Rocks  


Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch is a whimsical collection of metal sculptures adorned with colorful glass bottles.  

Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch 


Calico Ghost Town is a former silver mining town that was abandoned in the late 1800s. 

Calico Ghost Town  


The World’s Tallest Thermometer is a 134-foot-high digital thermometer that displays the temperature in Baker, CA. 

World’s Tallest Thermometer 


Zzyzx Road is a 4.5-mile-long road that leads to a former health spa and mineral springs resort.  

Zzyzx Road  


The Mojave National Preserve is a vast area of desert wilderness that features sand dunes, volcanic cinder cones, Joshua trees, and wildlife. 

Mojave National Preserve 


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The Seven Magic Mountains are a public art installation by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone. 

Seven Magic Mountains 


The Hoover Dam is an engineering marvel that spans the Colorado River between Nevada and Arizona.  

Hoover Dam 


Relax at Lake Mead Content: Lake Mead is the largest reservoir in the United States, created by the Hoover Dam.  

Lake Mead  


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Red Rock Canyon is a national conservation area that showcases the beauty of the Mojave Desert. 

Red Rock Canyon 


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