This amazing 180-acre preserve is tucked right into the city. Known as the birthplace of Las Vegas, Springs Preserve show cases the past and the future of our city and its efforts toward sustainability.
In addition to the lush trails lined with native plants, Springs Preserve offers programs and exhibits the entire family will enjoy. The property features both the Orijen Museum and Nevada State Museum along with alternating exhibits.
Kids can trade in their fun finds at the Nature Exchange, crack a geode, play on the playground and splash pad (seasonal), ride a train to Boomtown 1905, or visit for story times on Monday, Thursday, and Friday. Wander the trails, peek at native wildlife, and learn about conservation all at Springs Preserve. Don’t forget to grab lunch at Springs Café while you’re there.
Admission for Nevada residents: $9.95 adults, $4.95 children (ages 3-17)
Family memberships start at $60 annually.
Hours: Thursday – Monday, 9am – 4pm
Toddler Story Time: Monday, Thursday, and Friday at 11am
Fun Fact: Springs Preserve was the original source of water for the Native Americans thousands of years ago.