in Las Vegas, NV (showing 1 - 9 out of 9)

There’s nothing better than breathing fresh air and getting in touch with nature. State parks, botanical gardens, trails, lakes, and farms are exactly the place to do it – and this area is full of them.

Take a look at all the options within driving distance – you’ll be surprised at how close your next adventure is. We provide the driving directions, but the sunscreen’s on you!

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

3600 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109   Directions

(702) 693-7111


Catch a glimpse of nature's glory at the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. As you stroll through this attraction, you'll see a variety of flower species in full bloom, spotlighted to show its exquisite features. These are definitely not your every day flowers, as some of these blooms hail from around the globe.

Flamingo Wildlife Habitat

3555 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109   Directions

(702) 733-3111


To accompany its namesake, the Flamingo Casino Hotel is home to Vegas' only Flamingo Wildlife Habitat. In this beautiful sanctuary, you'll see a flock of Chilean flamingos, swans, ducks, koi, turtles and more, living amongst waterfalls and lush greenery.

Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary

8103 Racel St
Las Vegas, NV 89131   Directions

(702) 645-4224


Head to the Gilcrease Nature Sanctuary and see what kind of animals they've saved recently. The organization provides safety for a variety of animals in hopes of finding them a loving home. Tour the outdoor facility and see animals like birds, llamas, goats, donkeys, pigs, ponies and more. Who knows, you may even bring home a new pet!

Grand Canyon Tour Company

795 E Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89119   Directions

(702) 655-6060


By bus, boat, or helicopter, you decide; let Las Vegas Grand Canyon Tours take you on a trip to a true Wonder of the World. You'll learn all about the outdoor destination and its history as you get killer views of the world-famous attraction.

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Las Vegas, NV

(702) 515-5350


Step away from the strip and head to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. You'll find the nature conservation located in the easternmost part of the Mojave Desert, about 15 miles west of Las Vegas. The area is home to the Keystone Thrust, or Wilson Cliffs, which is a large red rock formation with sandstone peaks and walls up to 3,0000 feet high. Explore one of the city's most popular destinations for hiking, rock climbing, bicycling, and camping.

Shark Reef Aquarium

3950 S Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89119   Directions

(702) 632-4555


Take a deep sea dive without ever getting wet by exploring the Shark Reef Aquarium. The 1,300,000 gallon tank is the third largest in North America and is accompanied by other stunning attractions like the shark tunnel and the shipwreck exhibits. All exhibits afford underwater views of an ocean scene starring sharks, sea turtles, stingrays, sawfish and many other species of fish. You'll also be able to get a closer look at other animals like golden crocodiles, a Komodo dragon, Asian water monitor, freshwater stingrays, giant arapaima, pacu, parrotfish, pufferfish, butterflyfish, angelfish, lionfish, moon jellyfish, piranha and Giant Pacific Octopus.

Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat

3400 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109   Directions

(702) 791-7188


Take a closer look at some of nature's most enchanting creatures at the Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat. Explore this attraction to see white lions, white tigers, panthers, leopards and Atlantic bottlenose dolphins in habitats that were created to closely mimic their natural environment. Palm trees, waterfalls, and lush foliage create home for the jungle cats while the dolphins thrive in a 2.5 million gallon tank, equipped with a sandy bottom and coral reef system.

Spring Mountain Ranch State Park

6375 Nevada 159
Blue Diamond, NV 89004   Directions

(702) 875-4141


Explore the 520 acre outdoor oasis that is the Spring Mountain Ranch State Park. You'll find this destination nestled under the cliffs of the Wilson Range. As you tour the park, you'll get to see landmarks like the main ranch house, the Board and Batten bunkhouse, the blacksmith's shop and horse corral, the two-hole outhouse, the Wilson Cemetery and more.

Sunset Park

2601 E Sunset Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89120   Directions

(702) 455-0000


Spend a day outdoors at Sunset Park, the city's largest and most beautiful park. You'll find a variety of recreation available at the park, including walking trails, a lake for fishing, softball fields, and volleyball, tennis, and basketball courts. Sunset Park also provides a retreat for your pet, as there is also an on-site dog park. The park is the best place in Vegas for some fresh air and recreation.