Welcome to the Mojave Desert. Las Vegas has both oasis-like escapes and more natural desert lands. There’s something for everyone if you know where and when to look.
The parks are linked by a series of hiking and biking trails.
And if you enjoy these natural spaces, you might to visit the Ethel M Botanic Garden, a curated collection of desert plants with educational signage! Next to this garden is the Ethel M Store with chocolate for sale and an accessible and hygienic factory tour.
Vegas Valley Rim Trail
Our parks remain open. Please practice safe social distancing.
Find a park near you: https://t.co/Rme4MUeqVB Pictured: Floyd Lamb Park
— City of Las Vegas (@CityOfLasVegas) March 22, 2020
Weather should be great tomorrow – kids have the day off from school. Come out and enjoy this fun and educational event at Sunset Park Lake! #Vegas International #Migratory Bird Day. pic.twitter.com/ERvijAwoTs
— Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) November 21, 2017
I knew that had to be Clark County Wetlands Park — a real treasure. The nature center there is informative and fun.
Sloan Canyon is mesmerizingly quiet. I love roaming around in it. And after a rain the scent of the creosote bushes is almost overpowering. pic.twitter.com/aaE6biXIX9
— Marilyn Terrell (@Marilyn_Res) March 3, 2019
Hey @CNN @NewYorker @NBCNews @CBS @ABC #LasVegas is fighting climate change one Fabulous Oak Tree at a time. Palm trees need not apply! @OliviaDiazLV @mayoroflasvegas @CityOfLasVegas @JasonDinant @tsegerblom @LVCVA @SHillforVegas @JustinJonesNV @GovSisolak. Progress is fabulous! pic.twitter.com/Q0oW9Qnzrk
— Brian Paco Álvarez 🇺🇸🏳️🌈🇦🇷 (@LasVegasPaco) December 3, 2019