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Open Daily - No Fee

Nature Center & Exhibit Hall Hours:
 9am to 4pm

Nature Center Closed:
Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day,
Christmas Day, & New Year's Day

Nature Preserve Hours:
Dawn to Dusk

Clark County Parks regulations


Clark County Wetlands Park provides lush habitats for hundreds of species of plants and animals while improving the quality of our water supply.

Clark County Wetlands Park's award-winning programs teach youth and adults about the wildlife and ecology of the Las Vegas Wash through engaging, interactive programs that promote a sense of place and a connection to nature. Our offerings for adults, families, children, students and teachers include guided discovery walks, family programs, events, art, recreation programs, and opportunities to be involved in meaningful stewardship projects. Click on “
Education & Events” to learn more.

Come to escape to nature, walk our trails, ride your bike, and learn something new!​​​

Quarterly Newsletter

Click below for current and past editions of Footprints, our quarterly Wetlands Park newsletter.

•   2016 Summer
•   2016 Fall

 Get Directions to Wetlands Park

Driving Directions
The Wetlands Park Nature Preserve and Nature Center are located east of Las Vegas off East Tropicana and Wetlands Park Lane.
 For directions to our other trailheads, please visit Trails and Maps.


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Wetlands Park ​
7050 E. Wetlands Park Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89122


Phone: (702) 455-7522
Fax: (702) 455-8747

What people are saying about the Wetlands Park:

The following comments were left by January 2015 visitors to the Wetlands Exhibit Hall:

“Interesting natural setting in the heart of sin city.”

“Beautiful Park. Volunteers extremely friendly / helpful.”

“Love this place.”

“1st visit and it’s awesome! Thank you for doing this in the desert.”

“White-crowned Sparrow, Ring-necked Duck, Pied-billed Grebe, Mockingbird, Gambel’s Quail, Phainopepla, Kestrel, Northern Harrier.”

“Great property. Very enjoyable walk.”


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