Clark County Trails Program
Clark County has been planning and constructing trails for over 15 years to increase recreational opportunities, improve public health and contribute to the social wellbeing of our community. Trails physically connect people with their community (to parks, schools, shopping, natural areas, and employment centers) but more importantly trails are used by people to satisfy social, physical and environmental needs.
So far the County has completed 74 miles of multi-use trails, 35 miles of equestrian trails, 10 pedestrian bridges and 15 trailheads/waysides. The Southern Nevada Public Lands Management Act (SNPLMA) has been the main source of funding for trails
Clark County is working closely with several local jurisdictions and Regional and Federal agencies to coordinate the planning and building of an extensive network of trails. The County trails are part of the Neon to Nature Regional system of trails in and around the Las Vegas Valley.
- September 9, 2015 - U.S. Surgeon General issues a call to action to "Promote Walking and Walkable Communities" (Step it Up! Animated Consumer Video).
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