People who live in Red Rock Country Club homes can relax and get a break from commercial Las Vegas real estate at the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. This beautiful part of the city was the first to be named a National Conservation Area. Located 17 miles west of the Las Vegas strip, visitors feel they’re in a totally different world. People of all ages and abilities will find something to enjoy. Take the 13-mile scenic drive to get a good overview of the stunning red cliffs and maybe see some of the birds and animals that live in the park.
This is a great place for people from Red Rock Country Club homes to get fresh air and exercise. There are many miles of hiking trails, ranging in difficulty from flat and easy going to strenuously uphill. This is also a favorite spot for horseback riding. More adventurous people might enjoy mountain biking, road biking, or rock climbing. Pack a lunch to enjoy in one of the picnic areas, explore the special exhibits about the park’s plants and animals, and pick up a souvenir or a book to take home at the bookstore. Daily passes for cars are $7. Consider an annual pass for just $30.