Created by MajorMinor on September 8, 2006
We stayed at three different hotels/casinos and tried the food in all four casinos in Mesquite. Mesquite is a destination for golfers and also a good place to spend the night on a road trip from Southern California heading north on I-15. About midway from L.A. to Salt Lake City.
Created by GlendaS on December 29, 2004
It has great weather, beautiful sunny days, and cool breezes. The living quarters were comfortable but sparse. Sites to visit include Zion National Park and Valley of Fire State Park. There are a variety of casinos with great food. It is a small but plentiful town. We definitely enjoyed our visit and would definitely return.
Created by DaveWSr on August 8, 2004
Mesquite, NV, was a kick in the summer. We used the RCI resort location as a jumping off place for day trips to hike the Dixie National Forest, canoe Lake Meade, and visit Zion. We luxuriated in the resort and gorged ourselves with reasonably priced food at the local casinos.
Created by beachin on June 13, 2004
Read about our stay in Mesquite.
Created by jojowp on September 26, 2003
A nice place for family and a good jumping off point.
Created by Kim Campbell on June 3, 2003
We'd been here before and had high expectations. We were sorely disappointed.
Created by traveling wolfe on October 3, 2002
Some of the most beautiful scenery in the Western United States is within a 2-4 hour drive from Mesquite. And yes, plenty of gambling too!
Created by IWW639 on September 13, 2000
Mesquite, Nevada is one of the states fastest growing cities. It is situated about 8 miles from the Arizona border and about 30 miles from Utah via The Virgin River Gorge. It's most valuable attribute is being half way between Los Angeles and Salt Lake City.