7 Responses to “Moving to Las Vegas Guide – Tips, Costs and Advice”

  1. My family is thinking about relocating from New York to Las Vegas. We have to small children a 1 year old and a 2 year old.is Las Vegas a good place to raise children and are there children friendly things to do??

    • Eliza says:

      Honestly, I lived there before, and even though I would like to move back, i would home school, and also get out and get out of the city regularly too. The schools there sucked. But they do have a lot of churches, you could always call and just ask them…

      But i know lots of folks who have nice lives and normal families. Well, normal for Vegas. Butldnt honestly, i wouldn’t move their with any lil ones, it would seem to dangerous, too risky. A lot of folks go in and out of that town 24/7 and there are a lot of crimes. If you do go, have a safe way to leave and money set aside with someone you trust where u live now. (At least that’s what i wish i had done, lol)

    • Anonymous says:

      Las Vegas may not seem like such a great place to raise kids, but there are great places once you get away from the strip and all the casinos. Summerlin is probably the nicest community you could ever raise your children in. I would try there.

  2. Las Vegas is a great place for families. I helps if you join a group to get to know people with your likes and hobbies. Church groups have many things for youth. If you are involved with your children there is lots to do. Wasup flag football, soccer, the Lake, Museums, water sports, Hiking Mt Charleston, Red Rock, Ghost towns, national parks in utah 2 hour away.
    Green Valley Ranch movie in the park. And many more social events
    The ocean and beaches 4 hours away.

  3. Dave says:

    Hi I’m Dave from NJ I have been to Vegas many times and am thinking of moving there within a couple years or so to retire. I am near Atlantic city and gamble quite heavily on strictly slots. I know my then fixed income won’t allow such extravaganza when I move there. I am also single. But I love the city there’s so much to do and I hear the housing is dirt cheap and I adore the warm weather and the fact there’s a zillion more girls than guys. Question: do you think that I who will be around 60 then would or could acclimate myself to the environment on a permanent basis

  4. Thank you. We have been looking to move to Vegas for some time now and reading articles like this really helps.

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