Wetlands Park allows some activities within the Park by permit only. This includes scientific and educational research activities as well as any commercial use (including professional photographers). If you are unsure whether your planned activity requires a permit, contact us at 702-455-7522 or email at email@example.com.
Research, Sampling, and Collections
In general, academic research, sampling, and collection activities within Wetlands Park that disturb the soil outside of open roads and trails, remove rocks, vegetation, seeds, and water, or require handling or removal of plants or animals (including insects or spiders) require written permission from the County. University and other educational institutions may use the Research and Collections Permit form for any research, sampling, or collection activities, including class, individual, and personal projects. Permit requests must be submitted at least 30 days prior to the desired activity date.
Photographers charging clients for photo shoots within Wetlands Park require a Film Permit to do business within the Park. To get started, please contact the Clark County Film Administrator at filmadministrator@ClarkCountyNV.gov or 702.455.3933. To receive specific permission from Clark County Parks & Recreation and Wetlands Park management, you must also complete this online form.
Other special uses (including but not limited to tour guides, weddings, or private parties) are not authorized in Wetlands Park at this time. Teachers wishing to bring a class to the Park outside of the School Field Trip or Dragonfly Self-Guided Tour programs should inquire about scheduling, availability, and permits to firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Nature Center at 702-455-7522.