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North Las Vegas

North Las Vegas  is usually frequented by more locals than tourists and is home to a number of casinos from the legendary Jerry’s Nugget which offers, delicious affordable dining options and is located far North on Las Vegas Blvd to smaller neighborhood casinos.

Many visitors to the Las Vegas Strip usually don’t venture too far from the Strip.  The most likely for this is because there is just so much to see and do that it can be a challenge to leave the confines of the Las Vegas Strip.  Even if you stayed for an entire week, you could easily only see a small portion of the strip.

If visitors decide that they do want to see some different parts of Las Vegas, they usually head towards the Downtown Las Vegas area to check out the Fremont Street Experience and the local area casinos on both east and West Fremont Street .  Also, due to the “rough” reputation of North Las Vegas, it seems that many people simply avoid the Northern part of town.

North Las Vegas or North town, as most locals refer to it, seems to have a higher incidence of crime and gang activity.  This is possibly due to the fact that there is no North Las Vegas Strip therefore the casinos are so much more spread out.

An interesting tidbit is that North Las Vegas has actually been declared a disaster area!

After five years of declining property taxes, massive layoffs and questionable spending, leaders of the blue-collar, family-oriented city just outside Las Vegas declared a state of emergency, invoking a rarely used state law crafted for unforeseen disasters.

There are many cities across the nation grappling with declining property values and growing expenses like North Las Vegas, but few, if any, have declared financial emergency.

If you decide that you’re adventurous and want to brave it, there are a number of casinos that call North Las Vegas home.  Station Casinos owns and operates a number of Casino in the North Las Vegas area such as Aliente, The Fiesta, Texas Station and the Wildfire Rancho. If you are looking for something a bit more authentic, then the Poker Palace and Opera House Casinos should be added to your list of places to check out.

Whether it is fair or not, the casinos located in the north do have a long standing reputation for being a  bit on the  “rough” side so if you do plan on venturing there, you should make sure you know where you are going, use good common sense and stay off of the side streets.


North Las Vegas

Poker Palace Casino