The city of Las Vegas active adult and senior centers offer exercise, fitness, crafts, arts, dance, music and computer classes Monday through Friday to residents age 50 and older. Many of these activities contribute to wellness and a healthy lifestyle.
Clark County will open eight pools and water parks Memorial Day weekend, kicking off the beginning of summer fun.
The Clark County Wetlands Park features a new Nature Center. The 45,000-square-foot complex boasts an 8,335-square-foot exhibit gallery, an 85-seat auditorium and information center in the heart of Wetlands Park, Clark County’s largest and most rustic park. The Nature Center and park are open and free .
With National Bike Month in full swing, cycling events, groups and infrastructure projects are making downtown Las Vegas a friendlier place for cyclists.
Las Vegas is completing renovation work on the historic west side of Lorenzi Park at 3333 W. Washington Ave. A grand opening is expected this summer. The western half of the 60-acre park has been closed since March 2012 to make way for the $15 million improvement project.
Las Vegas has plenty of summer fun for residents of all ages. City pools offer open swimming, swim lessons, exercise classes and special events, as well as novice teams for diving, water polo, competitive swimming and synchronized swimming for youth.
Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort kicks off its summer season Saturday. The resort will be open Friday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Activities include scenic chairlift rides, disc golf, hiking, mountain biking and lawn games.
About 25 miles west of the Strip is a nearly 200,000-acre playground in the Mojave Desert and mountain landscape. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area begins in the backyard of the master-planned community Summerlin and stretches along the western rim of the city, hosting a world of outdoor family fun, even in the hot summer months.
The biggest name in water park fun has returned to Southern Nevada with the upcoming grand opening of Wet ’n’ Wild Las Vegas. Positioned to be Nevada’s premier water park, it will be the place for thrill-seekers and families to create lasting memories in a safe and refreshing way to beat the heat.
Get your board shorts and bikinis ready, folks. Wet ’n’ Wild is about to open its floodgates.