Las Vegas Springs Preserve consists of 180 acres (73 ha) dedicated to nature walks and displays and is owned and operated by the Las Vegas Valley Water District. The Preserve is located approximately three miles west of downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The Preserve is built around the original water source for Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Springs.
The Springs Preserve includes colorful desert botanical gardens, museum galleries, outdoor concert and event venues, an indoor theater, historic photo gallery and a series of walking trails that meander through a wetland habitat.
The Gardens at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve, previously known as the Desert Demonstration Gardens opened in 1980 at another location. The gardens now occupy 8 acres (3. 2 ha) within the Springs Preserve site.
|Neon Museum (3.1 miles)|
Desert Breeze Park (5.6 miles)
Pinball Hall of Fame (5.8 miles)
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign (6.2 miles)
Whitney Mesa Park Recreation Area (10.2 miles)
|Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve (12.4 miles)|
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (13.4 miles)
First Creek Trailhead (15.6 miles)
Late Night Trails (17.4 miles)
White Owl Canyon (19.3 miles)
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Springs Preserve, 333 South Valley View Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89107
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