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Clark County Wetlands Park, Las Vegas

(4.6/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Walking the wetlands park was so nice. There are paved trails around the park with gravel trails intersecting them. The visitor's center is large with exhibits and information inside. The more you exp...  more »
  • Unfortunately there has been a severe drought in the west and this beautiful wetlands park is suffering by not having any water in the areas that normally are home to many kinds of birds and animals. ...  more »
  • Wife and I visited looking for birds. Stopped at the visitor center and talked to two very nice volunteers who gave us some ideas of whrer to look. Walked the trails, but did not see very much, excpet...  more »
Google
  • Great park. Easy to follow signage. Beautiful foliage and wildlife. We bike there at times, but I enjoy hiking up the hills to be amazed by the best view of the strip.
  • I really like this park. The bike paths, both places and dirt, are easy to ride and can be as long or short a ride as you like. The reclaimed water creek has a weird smell to it kind of like the plant department at a home improvement store but it's not a bad smell. Make sure to bring plenty of water if your going to walk or ride as most trailheads are waterless.
  • The park is a large wetland area created using reclaimed water spread over several miles of the Las Vegas Wash. It's an entire ecosystem in the making. Walk through the nature preserve for a close-up experience or strike out on the North or South loop trail for a more expansive view.
  • Not for real hikers or nature lovers. Smell is unbelievable. I walked the whole thing in 45 minutes, and I walk with a limp at 2.3mph. I heard it was a longer walking loop but I was mistaken. Garbage is everywhere. Sewage smell is breathtaking and scary. Half of the outer trail runs along a trailer park. Not scenic. Gross.
  • This park has really grown over the past few years. There are lots of trails - both paved and non-paved. It's fun to see so much water in the desert and water-type foliage. And you'll most likely see a lot of bunnies! The trail I've run the most starts at Wetlands and goes all the way to Lake Las Vegas. It's a nice trail. Starts out pretty mild, but there are a lot of crazy hills as you go along. It's mostly used by cyclists - at least when I've been out there. Not sure I've actually ever seen another runner while I've run this trail. There is also a really cool hidden canyon, carved out by the Las Vegas Wash. You can easily climb down into the canyon - just be sure to do it on a clear day. Wouldn't be very fun (or safe) during a flash flood. The park is well maintained and there are restrooms within the park (but not out along the trail). The restrooms were clean every time I've had to use them. Parking is plentiful, too. I doubt you'd ever had an issue finding a place to park.