About Wetlands Park

Wetlands Park Mission

"Clark County Wetlands Park preserves and enhances natural and cultural resources, and provides educational, recreational, and research opportunities to the public."

Park History

Since its inception in 1991, Clark County Wetlands Park has evolved into a major recreational and educational resource for Vegas Valley residents and guests:

1991

Bond issue passed for development of Clark County Wetlands Park.

1995

Wetlands Park Master Plan completed, defining strategies for creating a system of trails, interpretive exhibits, a visitor center and picnic areas, as well as construction of about 15 erosion control structures.

1998

The Las Vegas Wash Coordination Committee is formed, creating a partnership between public and private agencies to develop the Park.

1999

The first Demonstration Weir – was constructed on the Las Vegas Wash

Park implements its first Guided School Field trip with students from Mabel Hoggard Elementary School.

Duck Creek trail built as a volunteer project.

2001

Nature Preserve trails opened.

2006

Bostick Interpretive Area completed.

2007

Sunrise Trailhead opened.

2008

Neighborhood Park Play Area installed.

2009

Mitigation Wetlands completed.

2012

Pabco and Wells Trailhead improvements completed.

2013

Nature Center opened to the public.

North Loop Trail paved from Sunrise to Powerline Crossing.

Duck Creek Trailhead completed

2015

South loop trail paved from Powerline Crossing to Pabco Trailhead. 

 


Clark County Wetlands Park
7050 Wetlands Park Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89122
Maps
Phone: (702) 455-7522
Email: wetlands@clarkcountynv.gov

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