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Northwest Las Vegas has rural preservation areas spread throughout. Riding trails help maintain access to open riding areas on BLM land on the northern and western boundaries. There is a very active horse community in this area, as it was an area that horse enthusiasts developed and inhabited before and during the population explosion. Encroaching urban development spurred much concern and involvement by the horse enthusiasts, which resulted in these riding trails, an equestrian-themed park, and the possibility of a huge 320-acre equestrian center at Floyd Lamb Park in the future. Currently, there are some interesting trails through the park and surrounding areas, and one can ride from there to the foothills of the Sheep Mountain Range if you are up for a long trail ride.
The Bradley Bridle Park is Las Vegas’ first equestrian-themed park, located on 5 acres at the corner of Horse Drive and Bradley Road. The park includes pull-through parking stalls with low dust-producing surfaces, hitching posts, watering stations, shaded corrals, bathrooms and a third of a mile of lit trails that are separated from the roadway. The park has three arenas, including a competition-sized arena with bleachers and lights for nighttime use. The main arena will be used for training, recreational riding and show events and includes a shade shelter.
Floyd Lamb Park, formerly known as Tule Springs, has recently been given National Park status due to its geological significance. Originally known as Tule Springs, this park was an early water stop for Native Americans. It later became a privately-owned working ranch, as well as a guest/dude ranch in the 1950s, where one could wait out the six-week Nevada residency requirement to obtain a quick divorce.
Eons ago when Tule Springs was much cooler and wetter than today, large mammals, similar to those in Africa today, lived in the canyons and lush valleys of this area. Remarkable fossil remains have been found of mammoths, bison, horses, camels, giant sloths, and other Pleistocene fauna that lived and died here. Tule Springs is well known in the scientific world as one of the best examples of Pleistocene paleontologic sites in Western North America. An extensive excavation project in 1962 was conducted to determine whether human populations were contemporaneous with these mighty mammals. The results of the dig placed early human use of the area at 10-11,000 years ago.
Within this northwest section of town, the historic Gilcrease Ranch area is a hidden jewel that holds an exclusive enclave of luxury horse properties ranging from 5 to 40 acres, beautiful underground spring irrigated pastures and mature trees, with large luxury custom homes. Among these are facilities for hunter/jumpers, dressage, cutting…including the Rocking K ranch – former home to prestigious national cutting horse competitions, high school rodeos, and other equestrian events. There are some outstanding properties available in this gorgeous area for those that can afford the price of admission. If you can’t, there are nice horse properties in the surrounding areas available, and you can still trail ride through this area and enjoy the gorgeous rural scenery.
The Kyle Canyon area is a few short miles from the northern boundaries of development and west of Highway 95, and provides miles of open riding area while remaining relatively close to the conveniences of the city. While all of the home prices are relatively low in our current market, the prices for Kyle Canyon properties are generally somewhat lower than other areas because it is a bit more remote.
The southern section of town has scattered areas of rural estates, generally built prior to 2000. Like most of Las Vegas, many of these pockets except at the furthest points, have been in-filled with tract homes and commercial development. Among the nicest of these additions to the area, at least for the horsey set, is the South Point Equestrian Complex.
The South Point Equestrian Complex is one of the finest indoor horse facilities in the country. With a 4,400-seat arena and 1,200 climate controlled horse stalls, the South Point Equestrian Center hosts some of the most prestigious equestrian events in the world. The Center features a 250′ x 125′ show arena floor and overlooking bar. In addition to the equestrian facilities, the Center includes 80,000 square feet of exhibit space and 20,000 square feet of meeting and pre-function space.
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The Southeast section of town has some outstanding equestrian estates. Among the more notable is Casa de Shenandoah, the beautiful estate that Wayne Newton developed for his Arabian horses. There are several other large (by Las Vegas standards) equestrian estates in the area that are equally beautiful. One generally needs a sizable lot in this section if he wants to ride without trailering, due to the density of development and traffic that occurred around these properties.
This area also has a couple attractive upscale equestrian planned communities:
- Sierra Vista Ranchos
- Equestrian Estates
The Southeast side of town is home to the Clark County Horseman’s Park, which hosts a variety of equestrian events and community programs each year including breed shows, competitions, rodeos, training, schooling and other events for amateur and open division equestrians.
Clark County Horseman’s Park includes:
- A 53,000+ SFt rodeo arena with seating capacity of 1,300
- The 43,000 SF Flamingo arena with seating for 400
- A 13,500 SF cutting arena
- Two practice arenas, show office, and facility PA system with announcer’s stand
- Stables with 320 stalls, corrals and livestock pens, and wash racks
- Restrooms/showers, an oversized parking
- RV parking with electrical and water hook up and picnic area with open turf
Click here to see the schedule of events for the year.