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.
We still have to visit Sloan Canyon.
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.
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 Alvarez (@LasVegasPaco) December 3, 2019