Parks & Recreation: Wetlands
7050 Wetlands Park Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89122 MAP
Supervisor: Christie Leavitt, (702) 455-7522, CCParks@ClarkCountyNV.gov
Open dawn to dusk - Information Center open 7 days a week 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Wetlands Park Nature Center 2013 Holidays Observed:
New Year's Day, Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
Duck Creek Trailhead is closed through October for renovations. New features include paved parking, restrooms, and shaded picnic tables. Please access Duck Creek trails from the cul-de-sac on Wetlands Park Lane during construction.The Wetlands Park trail network is currently under construction throughout the 2,900 acre Park. Please observe closed and construction signs for your safety.
At the Wetlands Information center, volunteers welcome visitors from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., 7 days a week. Visitors can view Wetlands videos, displays and photographs that explain the County's plans for the area, the ecological and esthetic riches of the wetlands and the serious environmental problems the park will help solve.
The Wetlands Park Nature Preserve is located adjacent to the Visitor Center, off of East Tropicana and Wetlands Park Lane. The Nature Preserve features two miles of concrete walking trails, graveled secondary trails are ADA accessible. The Duck Creek Trailhead begins at Broadbent and ends at the Wetlands Nature Preserve. It is just over 1/2 mile in length. Visitors can also access the 1/2 mile Coyote Loop and the Quail Run Loop from the main Duck Creek Trail. If you are planning a visit to the Wetlands Park, contact the Wetlands Information Center. The staff can provide directions to the park and information that will make your visit more enjoyable. Organizations that would like to plan a group visit to the park should call at least one month in advance to avoid scheduling conflicts.
- For the safety of people and wildlife, dogs on leashes are only allowed in the nearby duck Creek Trail. Dogs are not allowed at the Nature Preserve at any time. Rollerblades and skateboards are not permitted at the Nature Preserve, these paths are for foot traffic only.
- Bicycles are permitted only on the Duck Creek Trail. It is highly recommended that visitors carry bottled water, since the only drinking fountain is located at the entrance to the Nature Preserve
- In addition, the water in the nature Preserve is not intended for human contact, so swimming, wading and fishing are not allowed.
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