Western
Las Vegas
 Nevada

4295 Boulder Hwy.
Las Vegas, NV 89121

Ranger Station: (702) 451-4647

Address above is not to be used for mail delivery to members.
Please have mail sent to:
General Delivery, Las Vegas, NV 89125.

Located just six miles from the world famous Las Vegas Strip, this peaceful preserve is shaded by oak and pinzañata trees. Besides being so close to the “Entertainment Capital of the World” and its famous casinos, restaurants and shows, this preserve is a short driving distance to Lake Mead, famous Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon and the Valley of Fire.

Accommodations

Campsites: 205 full hookups.

Rentals: 2 trailers, 2 cabins and 1 Getaway.

Member Amenities

Family center, horseshoe pits, dog run, laundry facilities, playground, pool table, spa, swimming pool, trading post, Wi-Fi access.

Points of Interest

  • Las Vegas Art Museum, 6 miles
  • Nevada State Museum, 6 miles
  • Las Vegas Museum of Natural History, 7 miles
  • Clark Country Museum, 11 miles
  • Red Rock Canyon, 20 miles
  • Hoover Dam and Lake Mead, 30 miles

Additional Local Information

The Las Vegas preserve is in high demand November through May. We recommend you make plans 90 days in advance for reservations during these months. Our gazebo is available to rent for special events.

Directions

GPS Coordinates: N 36° 7' 41.30" W 115° 4' 48.01"; elevation is 2,028 feet.

From Los Angeles: Take I-15 north to Hwy. 93/95 (also known as I-515). Take Hwy. 93/95 south to the Boulder Hwy. exit. Turn left on Boulder Hwy. toward the Boulder Station Hotel and Casino, and travel about 1 mile. Watch for the brown, elevated Thousand Trails sign on your left.

From Reno: Take Hwy. 93/95 (also known as I- 515) to the Boulder Hwy. exit. Turn left on Boulder Hwy. toward the Boulder Station Hotel and Casino, and travel about 1 mile. Watch for the brown, elevated Thousand Trails sign on your left.

From Arizona: Take Hwy. 95 north all the way through Henderson. Stay on Boulder Highway. Watch for the preserve about 9 miles past Henderson on the right, one mile past Sam’s Town. Look for the brown, elevated Thousand Trails sign.