110 Ville Dr.
Boulder City, NV 89005
Phone: (702) 293-6444
Fax: (702) 293-6547
110 Ville Dr., Boulder City, NV, US, 89005
- Phone: (702) 293-6444
- Fax: (702) 293-6547
The lush greenery of the Bicentennial Park welcomes all those looking for a break from the bustle of the city. Located in the heart of the city, this park plays a prominent role in the local community's life, providing a space where kids can run freely, where couples can stroll leisurely, and families can picnic enjoyably. Spread over 7 acres (2.8 hectares), the park comprises facilities like a bandstand and a children's playground. The park is also the venue for various special events, like the Bicentennial Celebration and the Boulder City Fine Arts Festival.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area encompasses 1.5 million acres (607,028 hectares) of land and water. The powerful flow of the Colorado River is interrupted by that famous feat of engineering, the Hoover Dam, thus creating Lake Mead, one of the largest man-made lakes in the western hemisphere. With 820 miles (1319.66 kilometers) of shoreline, the Lake Mead National Recreation Area provides ample opportunities for boating, swimming, biking, hiking, swimming and fishing. There are campgrounds, picnic spots, boat and jet-ski rental services, hotels, restaurants, beaches and four marinas.
Completed in 1935, this was the highest concrete dam in the world. Exhibits, theatre presentations, and guided tours offered.
Every third Saturday of the month, Joseph James Brewing Company opens its doors and allows beer fans to take a tour of the brewery. You'll get to ask staff questions about the brewing process and you'll receive a sampling glass to take home with you. Sample nine varieties of delicious brews and stay after the tour to enjoy even more refreshing beverages. Call or email to confirm the tour times and reservations.
Located just a few feet from the Las Vegas Bowl, the Silverbowl Park is the ideal spot to head for if you like the outdoors. Spread over 96 acres (38.8 hectares), the park comprises two softball diamonds as well as walking paths. Head here for an evening stroll, or take the whole family out for some good fun outdoors, catching a softball match or two, or, perhaps, a for picnic together. The park is also the venue for several community events like the Renaissance Festival. Call to know more.
This breath taking beauty of the botanical gardens called the Ethel M Botanical Cactus Gardens is spread over 3 acres of land. Known as one of the nicest places in Vegas, the garden offers a variety of cacti that is beautifully landscaped. Comprising of the names of cacti one must have never seen or heard of, the garden is Nevada's largest garden and consists as one of the world's largest collections. Featuring 15,000 cubic yards of special soil filled in to help a better growth, it also provides the best view of the garden to the visitors.
Open for dusk to dawn for most of the year, the Dog Fancier's Park is one of the few places where dog lovers can let their furry friends frolic freely without the need to be leashed. While owners are advised to exercise caution, control their pets and clean up after them, the atmosphere is friendly and charged as it's mostly dog enthusiasts who throng this area, and are understandably more understanding of the dogs antics than regular folks are. Dog shows are regular happenings too.
Imagine a park that is unaffected by the weather, climate-controlled, and features a laser show every two hours with music by the Indianapolis Philharmonic Orchestra. There are cooling waterfalls, birds, squirrels and even a bear and a wolf. Children and adults alike will enjoy this unique and fun experience. This all takes place in the atrium of Sam's Town Hotel. There are several restaurants, shops and a bar from which you can view the events.
Peaceful waters and lasers merge to produce a colorful and well-choreographed show involving the Old West. Featuring 16 channels of digital sound, and over 100 hidden speakers, the music will have your toes tapping and your eyes following the colorful light show at The Sunset Stampdede. The kids will love it, and you'll find it to be very relaxing and cooling on a hot summer Las Vegas afternoon. Between shows, you'll find restaurants, a bar and a gift shop, all located in and around Mystic Falls Park. Admission is free.
Home to the champions—the wild cats, the Las Vegas High School has everything what a school could ask for. Located off the Strip, this school is completely into studies, athletics and extra curricular activities, making it a great learning place. The teachers are helpful, friendly and tough task masters when needed. The school has a very optimistic approach to the overall development of a child and hence encourage one and all to be a part of their sports and cultural programs.
This stunning architectural marvel was built by the members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints as a place where members go to perform sacred ordinances. While admittance to the interior of the temple is reserved for members in good standing, the grounds are spectacular and the view of the city is one of the best available. Information on the church is available from their Web site or from any temple worker.
One of the largest parks in Las Vegas, it is popular for festivals and picnics. Eight outdoor lighted tennis courts, baseball fields, basketball courts, picnic areas with barbeques, dog runs and even peace and quiet can be found here. There also is a fishing pond, popular mostly with children. The fishing is year-round, and in winter the pond is stocked with rainbow trout, and catfish in summer. There is a three-fish limit and children under 12 do not need a fishing license.