Visiting Las Vegas for the Gambler in Recovery

There's a lot of stuff to do in Las Vegas other than gambling.It's easy to avoid gambling, even around Las Vegas, if one avoids the "Strip" casinos. It's just to easy as a newly reformed gamer to be drawn in by the lights and the ping-ping-ping noises of the machines. We don't gamble this time, some other time, some other day, Las Vegas can still be a lot of fun to visit, even without gambling being involved.

The hotel desk clerks have free maps to offer visitors, so take one with you, you might need it. Sometimes the clerks will talk to you, other times the clerks are busy with a lot of guests – a lot of the desk clerks don't know much about Las Vegas. Tipping the desk clerk $1 – $3 is enough money for the help. Be sure to get a wake-up call for yourself, as you might oversleep.

Hoover Dam Tours cost between twenty and thirty dollars and can be a lot of fun to do. There are also dinner boat cruises on the Hoover Dam, complete with dancing. The Hoover Dam is located at Lake Mead, south of Las Vegas, there are days of activities there, and lots of things to do. Lake Mead is a beautiful man-made lake created by the Hoover Dam. There are a lot of hiking, bicycling, boating, and other outdoor recreational activities all around Lake Mead.

There are a lot of places to go camping around Lake Mead, …