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Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
#1 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
Red Rock is a nature lover's dream...with 52 peaks to climb, countless foot/bike trails, extraordinary red rock, sandstone, limestone formations, water falls, streams, breathtaking overlooks (best lunch views in t...
There are long and short trails of varied difficult (easy to strenuous) clifftop views of the Las Vegas strip, Native American Indian petroglyphs, wildlife, wildflowers, heat, rainstorms, snow, trees, desert, old...
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Clark County Wetlands Park
#7 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
Visitors are drawn to the park by a nature center that features a variety of birds, ducks, fish, turtles and other wildlife, lush scenery and marshes filled with plants, miles of paved walking paths and several pi...
Today Wetlands park is an impressive stretch of pristine desert with wide meandering walking paths, an incredible abundance of native plants and a very entertaining array of wildlife.
Springs Preserve
#8 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
The Botanical Garden at the Springs Preserve is home to the largest collection of Mojave Desert cacti and succulent plants, featuring 110 acres of display gardens, natural gardens, and wildlife habitats.
... to colorful desert botanical gardens, museum galleries, outdoor concert and event venues, an indoor theater, history photo gallery and a series of nature walking trails that meander through a wetland habitat.
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The Park
#9 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
A lot of restaurants, nice waterfall, the iconic dancing girl sculpture, and the new addition, the T-mobile Arena.We were there on a nice winter evening, so weather was just perfect.
Beautiful statues and trees surround the park with a lit up waterfall you walk through which is a true work of art.
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Flamingo Wildlife Habitat
#10 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
Beautiful tranquil area to visit, watch the rescued pelicans being fed, 8.30 and 2pm daily, spot different fish, carp, catfish, see the flamingoes and other species fo wild birds, very good.
There are many birds other than the flamingos (parrots, a heron, koi, a Mandarin duck, and a few visitors that wander in) and there is a great and entertaining employee at feeding time that tells you all kinds of...
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Desert National Wildlife Refuge
#22 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
... Nellis bombing range and Nevada Atomic Test Site, this is pristine upland desert that is verdant with plants, fish, amphibians, reptiles, insects, birds and mammals, including lots of coyotes and big horn sheep.
The whole center celebrates the desert -- from the sweeping views of the landscape to the lovely cactus and desert plant gardens, to the inlaid walkways to the natural history displays inside.
Escape Adventures and Las Vegas Cyclery
#23 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
Chris picked a truly great route that featured some of everything you could want- climbing, technical decent, flow, and scenery.
Red rock guided mountain bike tour
Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary
#27 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
This is an animal sanctuary that has probably over 100 parrots and other exotic birds, farm animals, llamas, emus, deer and horses.
The wonderfully tame farm animals give a different perspective on some of Nevada’s wild adventures.
Calico Hills
#28 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
We took the last right called Calico basin drive (or something similar) before the Red Rocks park entrance, and at the end of the road there is a place to park with an excellent trail off the right parking lot ent...
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Friends of the Wild
#66 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas
American Campground
#67 of 69 Nature & Parks in Las Vegas