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Top Tourist Attractions
Las Vegas is full of exciting stuff to do! Whether you want to check out traditional tourist attractions, or would rather go for a hike, there's so many things to see and do in Sin City that you're sure to remain entertained no matter how long you stay!
Veteran’s Memorial Leisure Center 3 miles
Nevada Ballet Theater 3 miles
Wet ‘N’ Wild Water Park 9 miles - Fun for the entire family, this water park has over 25 slides and rides, including The Constrictor which was voted the Travel Channel's Extreme Water Parks #4 pick for 2012.
Springs Preserve 9 miles - Named “The Best Place to Take Kids in Southern Nevada” by Nevada Magazine and “The Best Place to Take Out of Town Guests” by the Las Vegas Review Journal, the Preserve features museums, galleries, outdoor concerts and events, botanical gardens and an interpretive trail system.
Bonnie Springs Ranch 11 miles - Good old fashioned fun - a train ride from the parking lot will take you to an authentic 1880s Old Nevada mining town for you to explore and watch the live performances of melodrama, hangings and gun fights or go next door to visit the restaurant, see the petting zoo or take a horseback or pony ride.
Spring Mountain Ranch 11 miles - Featuring Super Summer Theater May through September as well as living history programs which bring the past back to life, including costumed role playing, demonstrations and re-enactments of historic events such as the Civil War.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts 11 miles
Outdoor Things to See
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area 6 miles - Just up the road from our Resort lies some of the most spectacular desert scenery you could imagine - enjoy a leisurely drive around the 13-mile Scenic Loop, hike, bike rock climb, picnic and observe some of our native wildlife and breathtaking geology. Also see Red Rock Interpretive Association for guided hikes and events.
Clark County Wetlands Park 23 miles - The environment created by the run off of water from the Las Vegas Valley creates the ideal habitat for many species of wildlife and migratory birds.
Mt. Charleston 23 miles - Hike/Ski/Snowboard/Picnic - the State’s 8th highest mountain peak is a short drive away. For a total change of pace, drive to Mt. Charleston to relax among the aspen, ponderosa pine and mountain mahogany trees.
Valley of Fire State Park 62 miles - This spectacular area was named for the magnificent red sandstone formations that were created from great shifting sand dunes during the age of the dinosaurs, including elephant rock, the beehives and arch rock.
Ash Meadows Wildlife Refuge - (Just outside of Pahrump) The largest remaining oasis (over 24,000 acres of spring-fed wetlands and alkaline desert uplands fed from a vast underground aquifer system). This ecosystem is so unique that it is recognized as a wetland of international importance and is home to threatened and endangered plants and animals, including the rarest and smallest pupfish in the world – the Devils Hole Pupfish.
Several of Southern Nevada’s most prestigious golf courses are found a short distance from our doors:
Angel Park Golf Course 3 miles - Two courses and a lighted 12-hole (Par 3) Cloud Nine Short Course, all designed by Arnold Palmer. Take a swing at the Mountain Course (6,722 yards/Par 71) or the Palm Course (6,530 yards/Par 70).
Arroyo Golf Club 3 miles - Located in the prestigious Red Rock Country Club and the only course open to the public. A challenging course for every level of player (6,433 yards from the middle tees/Par 72).
TPC Las Vegas 3 miles - This course was designed by Bobby Weed and Raymond Floyd for the PGA Tour and is considered one of the best courses in Nevada (6,772 yards/Par 71).
Badlands 3 miles - Designed by Johnny Miller and Chi Chi Rodriguez, choose any combination of nines and shoot for a Par 72 on this 27-hole course (3 sets of 9) : (Desperado-Diablo 6,926 yards, Diablo Outlaw 6,802 yards, and Outlaw-Desperado 6,602 yards).
Bear’s Best 4 miles - The legendary Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus, selected his favorite 18 holes from all of the courses he designed, including Castle Pines, Muirfield, and PGA West (6,628 yards/Par 72).
Siena Golf Club 6 miles - The variances of length, direction, strategy and uphill-downhill holes make Siena both challenging and enjoyable for all golfers (6,538 yards/Par 72).