Wetlands Park

About Wetlands Park

Clark County Wetlands Park spans 2,900 acres on the eastern edge of the Las Vegas Valley. With a 210-acre Nature Preserve and five Trailheads, the Park provides recreation opportunities and wildlife habitat as well as an outdoor classroom for scientific studies and educational programs for all ages. The Wetlands Park Nature Center offers a wide variety of programs to the public, including walks led by Certified Interpretive Guides, art, children’s programs, and group and individual volunteer opportunities. 

Wetlands Park Trails Open Daily

Normal Hours: Park Trails and Trailheads are open during daylight hours every day. 
Wetlands Park is free to visit.


Park Trails, Trailhead Parking, and Trailhead Restrooms
Open Daily Dawn to Dusk 
Park trails are open on holidays.

Nature Center
Visit the Exhibit Gallery, Nature Store, Auditorium, Spotlight on Nature Gallery, and Lizard Lounge picnic room
Open Tuesday - Sunday, 9 am to 3 pm

Fireworks are never allowed at Wetlands Park and pose a serious fire risk. 
Report fireworks at: 

Events & Programs

calendar - Copyiew a Registration Calendar

View, Print & Share PDF:
July Program Guide

Visit the Programs page for full descriptions.
Check out upcoming Art at Wetlands Park 

Wetlands Park Regulations

Check out the current edition of Footprints: Summer 2024

Current Weather
Earth Networks Live Weather Cam & Forecast

Park Notices and Alerts

The Nature Preserve Boardwalk is closed until further notice. Posted June 2023

The Wetlands Loop Trail is paved from Mile 0 to Mile 11.5. Due to flooding, the trail between Mile 13 and Mile 14 is impassible. Plans to complete the trail are in development.  Please review the
Park Map to plan your visit. Updated May 2024.

The Sunrise Trailhead and restrooms are currently CLOSED due to vandalism. Visitors may park near the trailhead entrance at the east end of S. Hollywood Blvd. Updated May 2024.



Clark County Wetlands Park
7050 Wetlands Park Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89122
Phone: (702) 455-7522


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