Count’s Kustoms; a one of a kind hot rod and chopper customization shop owned by Danny “Count” Koker. The Count’s Kustoms team puts great pride and care into every project, using only the highest grade parts available.
In this below-sea-level basin, steady drought and record summer heat a great diversity of life survives in Death Valley. Towering peaks are frosted with winter snow. Rare rainstorms bring vast fields of wildflowers. Lush oases harbor tiny fish and refuge for wildlife & humans.
The lower Colorado River is moving flatwater with no rapids – just beautiful green waters. It is perfect for beginner and seasoned paddlers alike. Watch for Desert Big Horn sheep, bald eagles, coyotes and striped bass.
Hoover Dam is as tall as a 60-story building and its base as thick as two football fields long. The amount of concrete used in building it was enough to pave a road stretching from San Francisco to New York City. The amount of water in the lake when full, could cover the whole state of Connecticut ten feet deep.
Signs from old casinos and other businesses, displayed outdoors on over 6 acres of property. Featuring a restored lobby shell from the defunct La Concha Motel, as its visitor center. The signs are considered not only artistically but historically significant, to the culture of the city.
Do you love classic cars? When you book a tour here at Nostalgia Street Rods, you’ll get access to a private collection of automobiles from 1910 to 1965. This includes everything from street rods to scooters. We also offer a large selection of memorabilia and antiques including signed sports memorabilia, music memorabilia …
Once-in-a-lifetime memories of Las Vegas’ most stunning on-road and off-road destinations. Providing one-of-a-kind unique adventure tours since 1960 and we have the largest customized tour vehicle fleet in the world.
Taking rusty old items and restoring them to their original glory. Whether a giant gas pump from the 40’s or a Hopalong Cassidy bicycle from the 50’s, every restoration is a high-stakes business project where worthless rust is transformed into valuable treasure.
The state park derives its name from; red sandstone formations and Aztec sandstone which formed from shifting sand dunes 150 million years ago. These features often appear to be on fire, when reflecting the sun’s rays.