It sometimes comes as a surprise to newly relocated Nevadans—as well as visitors from other states and abroad—that southern Nevada is a fantastic outdoor destination. Las Vegas, Clark County, Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Boulder City are surrounded by 7.5 million acres of public lands, many of which are connected by more than 1,000 miles of hiking and biking trails. There are also varied and beautiful parks and trails within city and county limits.
Get Outdoors Nevada has been a vital community partner in creating and coordinating programs and initiatives that connect residents and visitors to these beautiful outdoor venues while focusing on the need to care for these places for generations to come!
Nevada Outdoor Business Coalition
Las Vegas Community Healing Garden
Vegas Valley Rim Trail
Get Outdoors Nevada is an integral partner in a project to encircle the Las Vegas Valley with an uninterrupted, 100-mile loop trail for walking, running, and cycling. To date, Clark County, the City of Las Vegas, the City of North Las Vegas, the City of Henderson, the Regional Transportation Commission, the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition, and the Southern Nevada Agency Partnership have all passed resolutions in support of the initiative.
Lower Colorado River Water Trail Alliance
Get Outdoors Nevada is the home of this coalition, which obtained National Water Trails System status for the Black Canyon portion of the Colorado River (Hoover Dam to Davis Dam) with the goal of protecting the environment and promoting activities like kayaking, canoeing, fishing, cycling, hiking, and experiencing hot springs.
Great News! Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announced the designation of the 76-mile Mohave National Water Trail on October 22, 2020.
At the end of 2019, Get Outdoors Nevada partnered with dT alley, the first alley revitilization project in Las Vegas, to support this community project and to manage all donations. Located in the downtown area, this space incorporates art and interactivity for locals and visitors through the use of murals, sculptures, innovative landscaping, and multiple interactive “moments”.