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Van Rental Las Vegas

Las Vegas has a lot to offer. Regardless of your plans, United Van Rentals can handle your needs when it comes to van rental Las Vegas.


When you think of Las Vegas you think of our casinos. They’ve been glorified on the silver screen for years and with good reason. Everything you’ve been told is true. The lights. The sounds. The people. The rhythmical energy. You’ll love every second! It doesn’t matter if you are a no-limit poker player or a novice slot enthusiast…Vegas casinos offer something for everyone.


Shows, Events and Concerts

There’s no competition when it comes to concerts, events and shows held in Las Vegas. Truly the Entertainment Capital of the World, Las Vegas is home to shows with dancing, singing, acrobatics and more. There’s comedy…there’s drama. …there’s magic…there’s music. Nowhere else will you find so many talented performers gracing the stage night after night.

The concerts are phenomenal. On any given weekend you’re likely to see the marquees lit up with events from legendary performers to today’s hottest live acts.

Las Vegas nightlife


Everybody knows about our casinos and showrooms, but nothing compares to the nightspots Vegas has to offer…the nightspots that you can’t find back home. The Vegas nightlife is unrivaled. All the celebrities are here, dancing, enjoying the music and celebrating life to the fullest at the same clubs and bars as you…that is if you are a true night owl and party animal! And yes, whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas!

Las Vegas Convention Center

Las Vegas Convention Center

Located adjacent to the famous Strip, the Las Vegas Convention Center encompasses approximately 2.2 million square feet of exhibit and meeting space. This centrally located facility is within walking distance of over 100,000 hotel rooms and is one of the most modern and functional centers in the United States.

There’s more to Las Vegas than flashy lights, casinos, nightlife and showbiz. Las Vegas has become one of the top tourism destinations in the world. So, what else is there to do in Las Vegas other than gambling and entertainment?


High Roller

First there was the London Eye, then the Singapore Flyer, but the billing of the world’s largest observation wheel now belongs to Las Vegas! At 550 feet tall, Sin City’s newest attraction offers breathtaking views of the strip and downtown area, expanding 25 miles out into the desert. Climb aboard one of the 28 air-conditioned pods for an experience you will never forget! The High Roller is a must while visiting Las Vegas.


Stratosphere Tower

Enjoy screaming at the top of your lungs? Want to see your life flash before your eyes? Adventurous enough to see if your body will sustain spinning in circles at 40 mph dangling at a 70 degree angle 900 feet above the Las Vegas Strip? If you answered “yes” than this is the place for you! Besides being the largest observation tower in the United States, the Stratosphere Resort offers one-of-a kind thrills unparalleled in Las Vegas. Take a dive off the tower at Sky Jump, Experience 3 “G”s of Insanity, get propelled 27 feet over the edge of the tower at X-Scream and get catapulted to heights in excess of 1,000 feet at Big Shot!



Featuring thrill rides, traditional carnival rides, bumper cars, midway booths, circus acts, arcades and much more, Circus Circus, Las Vegas is the largest indoor theme park in the United States. The carnival-like atmosphere is fun for the whole family!

When you’ve tired of the noise of the crowds and the constant dinging of the slot machines, it’s time to hit the road and grab some fresh air. Las Vegas is centrally located amongst some of the greatest natural and man-made attractions in the USA.


Lake Mead

One of the largest man-made lakes in the world, Lake Mead is a nice diversion from the hustle and bustle of Glitter Gulch. Less than an hour’s drive southeast of the Strip, you can swim, water-ski, fish or kayak in the soothing waters of Lake Mead. Fun for the entire family!


Red Rock Canyon

15 miles west of Las Vegas in the Mojave Desert, beauty comes in glorious shades of red. The towering red cliffs of Red Rock Canyon are full of wildlife – burros, rabbits, coyotes, bighorn sheep, golden eagles and red-tailed hawks – wild horses…and yes bobcats and mountain lions! Drive the 13-mile scenic loop for photo and hiking opportunities you will never forget!

Valley Of Fire

Valley of Fire

Considered Nevada’s oldest State Park, Valley of Fire is about an hour drive north of the Strip. With some of the oldest natural rock formations known to mankind, Valley of Fire offers breathtaking views and hiking trails full of wildlife.


Hoover Dam

Less than an hour’s drive from the Las Vegas Strip stands this immense concrete structure in the desert. Designed to confine Lake Mead and control flooding on the Colorado River, today the Hoover Dam generates power to over a million people. Walk across the new bypass bridge for heart-pounding views deep into Black Canyon or take an inside tour and ride the elevators down to watch the giant turbines in action. For a more close up look at the dam from down below, guided kayak tours are available.


Grand Canyon

More than any other attraction near Las Vegas, everyone wants to see the Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The west rim, about a 2 hour drive from the strip, is home to the Hualapai Indian Reservation and the famous skywalk. The skywalk is a U-shaped protruded glass walk that juts out 70 feet past the rim of the Grand Canyon. There you can experience breathtaking views spanning 3 miles and look down to see nothing but 2,000 feet of air between you and the bottom of the canyon! Truly an experience of a lifetime. The south rim of Grand Canyon National Park is the most visited rim and is accessible year round. About a 5 hour drive from the strip, the park offers helicopter tours , ground tours, guided hikes and the famous Colorado river rafting trips.


Zion National Park

Only a two-and-a-half hour drive from the strip lies one of the most beautiful parks in the world. Zion, Utah’s oldest national park, features incredible canyons and stunning views, 3,000 foot cliffs and some of the largest sandstone walls in the world. The hiking possibilities are endless with several easy, self-guiding trails along the Virgin river and the Riverside Walk is suitable for all ages. For the more experienced who enjoy more adventurous and strenuous hikes, there’s Angels Landing and the Narrows. No matter what type of hike you are looking for you will find it at Zion.

bryce canyon

Bryce Canyon

About four hours northeast of the strip, Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah features spectacular geological formations…towering hoodoos, narrow fins and natural bridges. Hikers are left with jaws open wondering how can this be? This surreal landscape attracts people from all over the world.


Lake Tahoe

Straddling the border between California and Nevada, Lake Tahoe is one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world. The summer months offer watersports, golfing and hiking while the winter snows make for some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the country. For those with a less outdoorsy side, Lake Tahoe offers gambling, fine dining, shopping and stellar views of the lake and surrounding mountains all year round.