Self-guided tours of the ranch house interior are available.For more information, call (702) 875-4141 or visit Bonnie Springs Ranch – Bonnie Springs Ranch has a replica ghost town and all the old west attractions you might want.Live here for even a little while and you’re guaranteed to hear it.We totally get that people come to gamble and hang out at the Las Vegas strip, but there’s plenty to do here that isn’t just chips, cards, and regret.Dogs are welcome, but they are restricted to specific trails. For more information, call (702) 455-7522 or visit Lamb Park at Tule Springs – Located in the northwest corner of the Valley with over 2,000 acres to explore, walk, hike, ride and photograph, Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs includes Tule Springs Ranch, Tule Springs Archaeological Site and Tule Springs Wash.
While there, the self-guided viewing aisle inside the chocolate factory is also a great treat where you can grab a free sample at the end. Cowboy Trail Rides – If you’re ready to sit a-horse and take in some of the most beautiful scenery in the valley, then it’s time to head to the northwest to Cowboy Trail Rides.
It’s also a favorite for motorcycle enthusiasts and photographers.
For more information, call (702) 515-5350 or visit gov/nv/st/en/fo/lvfo/blm_programs/blm_special_areas/red_rock_Spring Mountains Visitor’s Gateway – Just off the 95 North, Kyle Canyon Road now leads visitors to a newly opened visitor’s center that gives locals and tourists alike an idea of what kinds of activities are available to them year-round inside the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest and the Spring Mountains highest peak, Mount Charleston.
For more information, call (702) 397-2088 or visit
Lake Mead National Recreation Area – With great hiking, boating, fishing, picnicking and sightseeing, it’s a popular destination for everyone.