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Who knew that north of the strip you could find a beautiful and peaceful park of lush grass, tranquil ponds and assorted wildlife? It's like a hidden oasis that grants you sweet naps in the shade of trees, picnic tables ready for meals, trails to...More
I found this place while I was searching online for new things to do for our trip. This is not a park with play structures Etc, but more of a bird sanctuary feel to it. It was very cool to see an area around Vegas...More
An easy 25 minute drive to get there, $6 to park and you are in. A wonderful park with a few lakes, ducks, geese, peacocks abound, locals and their kids fishing and then an attached farm/ranch which was a "divorce ranch" - check it out...More
This is our own version of an oasis. For years and years this has been and will continue to be the place for picnics, fishing, the petting zoo and many many events. A great place to walk the dogs early in the morning when the...More
One of the best kept secrets in LV is this park, Ir has 3 small lakes, Peacocks roaming the grounds, ducks, fishing in the lake and horse riding. Farmers markets on weekends and special events from time to time. You can picnic and enjoy the...More
I have been coming to Las Vegas for over 25 years, bought a house here and am a seasonal resident. Today, I discovered a park that I never knew existed. It is up in the northwest corner on Las Vegas off of Rt 95, about...More
Go to this place at least two times a month. Military gets in free and they have plenty of outdoors stuff to see and do. When your there, you forget you are living in a desert. Has four ponds for fishing, a farm of animals,...More
The best remedy for a hectic Black Friday morning. We walked around the trails, enjoyed fresh air, soaked up sunshine and the stress faded away. Plenty of like minded folks also at the park fishing, playing and relaxing. This is a hidden gem in a...More
No. Did not see any. It's more of a visual and nature experience. Kids may like to see all the waterfowl, peacocks and other birds but beware of some of the male geese. They are protective of their haram and will nip anyone... More
No. Did not see any. It's more of a visual and nature experience. Kids may like to see all the waterfowl, peacocks and other birds but beware of some of the male geese. They are protective of their haram and will nip anyone who messes, or they think will mess, with them.