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Chip Crawl - Off Strip

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by Sniff009, Jan 11, 2019 at 12:18 AM.

  1. Sniff009

    Sniff009 Low-Roller

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    Reading trip reports and I have noticed that many members here have various chips from different casinos in and around Las Vegas. Is there a map of some sort or a good guide to figure out how to efficiently visit casinos not on strip?

    Any help would be great! Thanks!
     
  2. Guy

    Guy High-Roller

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    I think this => http://www.vegastodayandtomorrow.com/areamap.htm <= is the best map of the whole city I've seen, it's a few years old but I think covers everything of note and links to more detailed maps of areas like the Strip and Downtown.

    As for efficiency, you could drive a nice easy loop that goes:

    1) the cluster of Rio/Gold Coast/Palms/Palace Station
    2) Orleans
    3) Suncoast/Marriott/Red Rock
    4) Around the freeway to Silverton and on to Southpoint, M Resort, Green Valley, Sunset Station
    5) Maybe the smaller casinos in Downtown Henderson (not sure how many have table games?)
    6) Boulder Strip (Boulder Station, Sams Town, Eastside Cannery etc)

    That's pretty much all the big casinos other than the near-Strip places (Hard Rock, Ellis Island etc), the out of the way places like Aliante, the other Cannery and the smaller Station/Fiesta venues.