What was once only known as a way to get to downtown Las Vegas from Hendersonville, Nevada State route 585 and Boulder Highway, is now becoming commonly referred to as “Boulder Strip.”
Spanning a total of 17 miles, Boulder Strip is located just 5 miles east of the Las Vegas Strip, conveniently close to McCarron International Airport, Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam.
Aside from its location, the popularity of Boulder Strip stems from its “all inclusive” hotels and casinos, and fine dining options.
A couple of the most popular restaurants in the area include Robert’s Taco Shop and the Sourdough Café. For more expensive dinner fare, check out Billy Bob’s Steak House. This western themed restaurant is one of the most popular restaurants in the area and a great place to experience the Old West.
Visitors to the Boulder Highway region can easily enjoy spending an extended stay in one of the many hotels. With a wide variety of things to do (see especially Sam’s Town) in the area and broad array of restaurants, the Boulder Strip is a popular alternative to the famed Las Vegas Strip.