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Spring Mountain Ranch
P. O. Box 124
Blue Diamond, NV 89004
Phone: 702-875-4141

In 1830 travelers on the Old Spanish Trail stopped at the base of Wilson Cliffs to rest and refresh themselves with a drink of water from the spring fed creek. There are picnic facilities, play area, trails and ranch house for you to enjoy.

Entrance Fee: Yes

Floyd Lamb
9200 Tule Springs Road
Las Vegas, NV 89131
Phone: 702-486-5413

The Indians used the Tule Springs as a watering stop in the early yeas. In the 1950s this area became a privately owned working ranch. There are picnic facilities, fishing, hiking, trap shooting and horseback riding for you to enjoy.

Entrance Fees: Yes

Valley of Fire
Box 515
Overton, NV 89040
Phone: 702-397-2088

This park may make you feel that you have been transported to another planet. The unusual sandstone rock formations and brilliant colors is a site to see. There are Indian petroglyphs for your viewing, too. Petrified wood, beehives, and desert plants make this a place to explore.  Hiking trails abound with a different site to see on each one. Camping is available on a first come first serve basis for a minimal fee.

Entrance Fee: Yes



Lake Mead was constructed in 1935. To date it is the largest man made lake in the United States.






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