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For more information, call (702) 872-5486 or visit Mountain Ranch State Park – Nestled in the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area, the 520 acre park has trees more than 400 years old.
The ranch has a unique history filled with famous residents that developed the area into a combination of luxurious retreat and working ranch.
Dogs are welcome, but they are restricted to specific trails. For more information, call (702) 455-7522 or visit Lamb Park at Tule Springs – Located in the northwest corner of the Valley with over 2,000 acres to explore, walk, hike, ride and photograph, Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs includes Tule Springs Ranch, Tule Springs Archaeological Site and Tule Springs Wash.
Break out your fishin’ pole (and your Nevada State fishing license) because Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs also boasts four stocked fishing ponds.
Lorenzi Park – Located in northwest Las Vegas, Lorenzi Park and its pond are accessible for fishing.Valley of Fire State Park – Hunt 3,000 year old Native American petroglyphs, experience petrified wood and marvel at red sandstone formations that date back over 150 million years.Dogs are welcome, but they must be kept on a leash not longer than six feet in length.The 3-acre pond features rainbow trout and channel catfish (which are stocked seasonally); it also has a small number of largemouth bass and panfish.Limit 3 fish of any species of fish in combination. While there, you can also feed the ducks or just go for a stroll around the 59 acre park.