Known for its motto, “Escape, momentarily,” Mesquite, Nevada is certainly a unique place you can find
yourself escaping to and enjoying some of the best of earth’s natural environment. Originally
settled by Mormon pioneers in the late 19th and named Mesquite Flats, Mesquite lies adjacent to the
Arizona state line and is located about eighty miles from Las Vegas. If you find yourself visiting
there any time soon, you’ll want to check out these fun things to do in Mesquite, Nevada!
If you enjoy sightseeing, absolutely check out Whitney Pockets. Located within Gold Butte National
Monument approximately 30 minutes from Riverside, this stretch of desert and rock formations will
have you quickly grabbing your phone to snap pictures of its majestic views. In addition, there are
plenty of places to set up camp and enjoy a night out. You can even find walking trails in which to
get some exercise and see even more of what Whitney Pockets has to offer you.
One of the more popular dams in the United States, the Hoover Dam is truly a sight to behold. Located
at the intersection of southeastern Nevada and northwestern Arizona on Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam is
certainly a location to consider visiting during your travels. Keep in mind the COVID-19
restrictions currently in place, however. While much of the sight is open for public viewing, the
Visitor Center tours and exhibits are closed until further notice for public safety. For more
information, please visit TravelNevada.com.
Gregory’s Mesquite Grill
If you’re looking for an exquisite, fine-dining restaurant offering some of the savoriest steak
dishes you’ll find in the region, you’ll want to try Gregory’s Mesquite Grill. Started by owner
Gregory Lee to be a welcoming atmosphere to all who dine there, this restaurant offers a multitude
of steak dishes, seafood, salads, and soups to try. You can find Gregory’s Grill located just off
I-95 within Eureka Casino Resort, a short distance away from Pioneer Park.
Wolf Creek Golf Club
Golfers looking for a solid course to test their skills will want to give Wolf Creek Golf Club a try.
Not only does it offer its own set of challenges to the average golfer, but Wolf Creek also sits
within the most majestic set of canyons and rock formations to truly take your breath away. One of
the interesting aspects of Wolf Creek Golf Club is that it has been featured in both EA Sports Tiger
Woods and Rory McIlroy golf video game franchises since 2008. With a long history of giving golfers
a one-of-a-kind experience, Wolf Creek is one place you won’t want to skip over while in