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Parques y naturaleza en Las Vegas

Los mejores parques

Parque
“Las Vegas Springs Preserve consists of 180 acres (73 ha) dedicated to nature walks and displays and is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Valley Water District. The Preserve is located approximately three miles west of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The Preserve is built around the original water source for Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Springs. Check their website for upcoming events!”
  • Recomendado por 71 habitantes locales
Botanical Garden
“Beyond the gorgeous lobby of the Bellagio hotel, is the conservatory. Every time we go to Vegas, we must see the Bellagio conservatory. it is free, indoor botanical garden full of the most gorgeous flowers arranged in beautiful shapes with specific changing themes. A MUST SEE! ”
  • Recomendado por 26 habitantes locales
Parque
“Beautiful Park packed with Fun activities Duck pond, bbq grills, running trails, Beach volley ball courts .”
  • Recomendado por 40 habitantes locales
Water Park
“On summer months, you can visit the Wet N Wild park for an all day slides, music and theater shows.”
  • Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales
Parque
“TENNIS COURTS! Free! Walking trails, lots of outdoor art ... massive playground ... large open green space ... this park has it all!”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes locales
Parque
“To me this is the best park in Las Vegas and Its 5 minutes away. If you don't believe so just check it out. ”
  • Recomendado por 17 habitantes locales
Sendero
“The Clark County Wetlands Park is the largest park in Clark County, Nevada. Located on the east side of the Las Vegas valley, it runs from the various water treatment plants near the natural beginning of the Las Vegas Wash to where the wash flows under Lake Las Vegas and later into Lake Mead. The park has two purposes: (1) to reduce the environmental impact of the wastewater and stormwater runoff leaving the drainage basin area by building a constructed wetland via a series of dams and weirs and ponds and (2) to educate the public by demonstrating via displays within the park how the wash looked before major settlement occurred in the valley and the impact people have had on the environment. 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 picnic areas. Pack a lunch and spend a few hours in one of nature's hidden gems.”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Parque
“Great trail for walking or running. Equipment for an outdoor workout. Enjoy a picnic or hop in a soccer game.”
  • Recomendado por 13 habitantes locales

Parques infantiles

Parque
“Community park with 20-acre park with tennis & volleyball courts plus a lake, waterfall & dinosaur-themed kids area.with water falls, ”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes locales
Parque
“Indoor pool w/ Outdoor Slide- Baseball, Soccer Fields, Play- area- close by”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes locales
Playground
“This park and hiking trail is a favorite for people with dogs. Not only can you run around the park with your dog, but the park is connected to the Pittman Wash and another bike trail that can take you all the way to Boulder City. There's also a water feature that can be a wonderful way to cool off if you want to get sprayed with hoses and feel like a little kid again. We are only a few blocks from this park, so if you want to check and see how far the TIKI HOUSE is from a destination you're interested in, mark that destination in relation to Pebble Park and you'll have an accurate number.”
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante local
Playground
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Playground

Senderos

Sendero
“The Clark County Wetlands Park is the largest park in Clark County, Nevada. Located on the east side of the Las Vegas valley, it runs from the various water treatment plants near the natural beginning of the Las Vegas Wash to where the wash flows under Lake Las Vegas and later into Lake Mead. The park has two purposes: (1) to reduce the environmental impact of the wastewater and stormwater runoff leaving the drainage basin area by building a constructed wetland via a series of dams and weirs and ponds and (2) to educate the public by demonstrating via displays within the park how the wash looked before major settlement occurred in the valley and the impact people have had on the environment. 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 picnic areas. Pack a lunch and spend a few hours in one of nature's hidden gems.”
  • Recomendado por 10 habitantes locales
Sendero
“There are two nice hikes that can be accessed from the trailhead on Shaded Canyon Drive - Park Peak and Black Mountain Peak. Information about both of these can be found online. Park Peak has a total elevation gain of about 1,000 feet and Black Mountain has about 2,000 feet.”
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante local
Sendero
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante local