Winchester is a town in Nevada with a population of 28,130. Winchester is in Clark County. Living in Winchester offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Winchester there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families live in Winchester and residents tend to be liberal.
Winchester is an unincorporated town and census-designated place (CDP) and part of Las Vegas Township in Clark County, Nevada, United States that contains part of the Las Vegas Strip. It is one of a number of CDP’s in the unincorporated urbanized area directly south of Las Vegas. The population was 27,978 at the 2010 census. It is governed by the Clark County Commission with advice from the Winchester Town Advisory Board. “Winchester, NV” does not appear in postal addresses; the United States Postal Service has assigned “Las Vegas, NV” as the place name for the ZIP codes containing Winchester.
Living in WINCHESTER
Even though there isn’t much to do for a teenager around Winchester, it has proven to be a very good place to call home. There is a lot of history in down town Winchester and we have a traditional holiday we celebrate every spring called apple blossom.
There are many different restaurants, retail stores gas stations around the area. I would like to see a Ryan’s restaurant to be put in the town.
Things to do in WINCHESTER
The unique and booming desert metropolis of Las Vegas continues to be a curiosity among today’s U.S. cities. Las Vegas is known for its famous “Strip”, an adult Disneyland attracting visitors worldwide to its gaudy hotel-casino reproductions of famous world places, like King Tut’s tomb or downtown New York or Paris. In fact, most of these “strip” sites are second generation, with older hotels being torn down and replaced with new fantasies apparently purposed as much to outdo each other as to entertain visitors.