Las Vegas Springs Preserve
Las Vegas Springs Preserve

Las Vegas Springs Preserve

Öppet dagligen från 10 till 18.
333 S. Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas, Nevada, 89107

The basics

For a quick nature outing, Springs Preserve’s location inside the Las Vegas city limits makes it an easy visit compared with other outdoor areas like the Red Rock Canyon or Valley of Fire State Park. You can walk or cycle along 3.5 miles (5.5 kilometers) of trails, enjoy a 20-minute narrated train ride, and see desert wildlife at this protected site. Other activities include learning about the archaeology and history of the area, visiting the Nevada State Museum, and touring a solar-powered home.

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Things to know before you go

  • The preserve is wheelchair accessible, with the exception of a few unpaved portions of the trails.

  • You cannot bring your own bike, scooter, or skateboard into the preserve; to cycle along the trails, bike rentals are available.

  • There is a café on-site; you may not bring in your own food or drinks except water.

  • Comfortable shoes for walking, plenty of sun protection, and insect repellent are some of the items you'll want to wear and bring with you.

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How to get there

Springs Preserve is located at the intersection of South Valley View Boulevard and Alta Drive, about 3 miles (5 kilometers) west of downtown Las Vegas and 5 miles (8 kilometers) north of the Bellagio. Buses 104 and 207 stop near the entrance into the preserve. Parking is also available on-site.

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When to get there

The hours of Springs Preserve and its separate attractions can vary with the seasons. Many events take place throughout the year, from gardening workshops to temporary exhibitions. Annual events like the Spring Plants Sale, Blues and Brews Festival, Black History Month Festival, and Haunted Harvest draw both locals and visitors to the preserve.

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Nevada State Museum

Located on the grounds of Springs Preserve and included with admission, the Nevada State Museum features exhibits about the geology, natural history, and cultural history of the state. You can see the state fossil known as the ichthyosaur; browse displays about Indigenous peoples, settlers, miners, and ranchers; and learn about the Hoover Dam and the origins of Las Vegas.

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