Parks & Recreation: Trails System
Starting Saturday, June 21, 2014, the Sloan Ped Trail & Pedestrian Bridge along the Flamingo Wash between Nellis and Lamb will close for a yet undetermined duration. This is for work on the installation of the 104” SS line that runs directly below the trail. In addition there will be a one lane closure along the southbound outside lane on Nellis Blvd between will be closed between Sahara Ave south to the ped bridge. Business access, emergency vehicle access, and bus stop access will be maintained at all times. Please see this PDF which identifies the impacted trail area.
Starting on Monday, December 2, 2013, a section of trail behind Ruby Creek Drive at Sloan Lane will be closed to accommodate construction activities for the Las Vegas Wash Project. This closure is expected to last through July 2014. Please see this PDF which identifies the impacted trail area.
|Regional Trails and Open Space
Through the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition, Clark County works with a variety of agencies to coordinate the planning and building of an extensive network of trails in and around the Las Vegas Valley.
The Neon to Nature system is aimed at increasing people’s access to the regional trail system taking shape around them. It will ultimately consist of hundreds of miles of trails throughout the Las Vegas Valley with connections to the surrounding Federal lands. The Southern Nevada Health District hosts a trail finder tool under the Neon to Nature banner. Neon to Nature website: http://www.gethealthy
neon2nature/index.php : interactive map to locate trails and access trail information including length, location, maps, amenities and levels of difficulty.
The trails program is a plan to provide an extensive system of routes that provide outdoor enjoyment and accessibility to County residents. The County's commitment is to build safe, easily accessible, and aesthetically pleasing off-street trails to improve the general quality of life throughout Clark County. These trails offer needed open space and recreation areas to hundreds of people.
A primary trail system was cooperatively developed through the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition and Clark County. Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson are planning and building an extensive network of urban trails in the Las Vegas Valley. This system will create a regional trails network and provide interconnectivity with local neighborhood trails.
The County has completed about 50 miles of multi-use and 8 miles of equestrian trails in the Las Vegas Valley with 23 miles under development County wide.
Trails and Parks
A few County trails provide connections to several parks with two of the largest being Sunset Park and the County Wetlands Park. Parks and trails provide opportunities for physical activity and have the potential to help Clark County residents develop a healthier active lifestyle.
Clark County Trail Map - PDF Map that shows all the Clark County trails in the Las Vegas Valley.
Trails Program Maps - Clark County Comprehensive Planning's webpage that lists PDF maps of the Trail Program's Priority Trails & other trail maps on file.
Completed Trail Projects - Clark County Advanced Planning's webpage with details on completed trail projects, their phases & segments.
Current Trail Projects - Clark County Advanced Planning's webpage with details on current trail projects, maps & Aerial View PDFs.
Colorado River Heritage Greenway Park and Trails (aka North Reach) in Laughlin - Information regarding Laughlin’s northern Colorado River front trail project.
For additional information regarding Clark County Trails Program, please visit the Clark County Advanced Planning's Comprehensive Planning Trails Program webpage here: http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/Depts/comprehensive_planning/advanced_planning/Pages/Trails.aspx