Outdoor Initiatives

Uniting Communities, Preserving Nature

Discover the hidden outdoor gem that southern Nevada truly is, whether you’re a new resident or a curious visitor. Surrounding Las Vegas, Clark County, Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Boulder City are an astounding 7.5 million acres of public lands, interwoven by over 1,000 miles of scenic hiking and biking trails. Even within city and county limits, you’ll find an array of stunning parks and trails.

Get Outdoors Nevada is a vital community partner in creating and coordinating programs and initiatives that connect people to these beautiful outdoor spaces, while focusing on the need to care for these places for generations to come!


Red Rock Canyon

Nevada business owners recognize the link between public lands, outdoor recreation, and quality of life. The Nevada Outdoor Business Coalition advocates for outdoor recreation, highlighting its economic benefits tied to healthy lands and waters.


The River Mountains Loop Trail is supported by a public-private partnership to preserve and protect a 35-mile hiking and cycling path that links Henderson, Lake Mead, and Boulder City along gorgeous desert mountain terrain.


Children at Lake Mead

The Lower Colorado River Water Trail Alliance is an association of public agencies, local businesses, non-profits and individuals that are committed to the protection, enhancement and promotion of water trails within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

Love Lake Mead

Get Outdoors Nevada collaborates with the National Park Service to enhance and protect Lake Mead National Recreation Area, enriching experiences for today’s visitors and future generations.


Get Outdoors Nevada joins forces on this innovative project to finalize a 113-mile trail encircling the Las Vegas Valley, linking with other regional trail systems, tailor-made for walking, running, and cycling enthusiasts. With backing from various regional entities, substantial headway has been made, leaving only a handful of segments to be planned and constructed.

Your Vital Role

Volunteers posing for a picture around a tree they planted

By supporting Get Outdoors Nevada, you can play a vital role in sustaining these existing programs and helping to launch new initiatives. Please click the button below to donate now!