Springs Preserve

Reserve the springs Preserve is a unique Museum of nature and natural history of the valley of Las Vegas outdoors. On 73 acres of the Park are several exhibitions about the nature and development of the valley of Las Vegas, the new building of the Nevada Museum, amphitheater, numerous scenic Hiking trails for tourists and interactive camp devoted to life in the desert, where the technologies save water and achievements in the field of design and architecture.
Address: 333 S Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas
36.1707315/-115.1903047
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  • Erik, 23-06-2014

    I was BORED. My girlfriend and I are in our 20s and we were really bored. No people. Really hot. Barely any concessions. No animals. Most of the trees and bushes weren't great or maintained well.

  • Sherry, 04-11-2012

    You can hike around the Springs Preserve without paying to go into the main part. There are 1.8 miles worth of trails split between 4 themes. Trails open 10am - dusk.

  • Pj, 30-08-2012

    You wouldn't think to come here during the rain. But you'd be wrong.

  • Lux Delux, 14-06-2012

    Join the staff of on-site zoologists in a feeding of the Preserve's Living Collections, open to the public every Saturday and Sunday.

  • Finesse Media, 26-01-2012

    Foursquare Day 2012 #Vegas (@4sqdayLV) coming 4/16. RSVP @ http://4sqdaylv.eventbrite.com

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