Free parking is available on site. During special events, guests may need to park in designated off-site overflow lots.
Electric vehicle charging stations are located in our main parking lot. Drivers must register with ChargePoint, a large electric vehicle charging network. Our charging stations are green-powered by on-site solar facilities.
Bikes, skateboards, scooters, dirt bikes, four-wheelers or other recreational vehicles are not allowed on the property of the Springs Preserve. Want to ride a bike on our trails? Learn about bike rentals.
With the exception of some unpaved portions of our trails not accessible due to their historic nature, the Springs Preserve is wheelchair-accessible. Strollers and wheelchairs are available for rent at our ticketing window on a first come, first-served basis.
- Single stroller - $3
- Double stroller - $5
- Electric convenience vehicle - $25
- Standard wheelchair - No charge
- Bronze and above members receive free stroller rentals
There is an ATM located within our Gift Shop.
With the exception of water, outside food and drink are not allowed inside the gates of the Springs Preserve. If you’d like to enjoy a meal during your trip, please visit our Divine Cafe.
For the safety of our guests, plants and wildlife, we ask that you remain on the designated paths. We suggest sun protection, insect repellent, plenty of fluids and appropriate walking shoes during your visit to the Springs Preserve.
Please do not remove plant materials or archaeological artifacts from the site. Do not disturb wildlife you encounter at the Springs Preserve.
The Springs Preserve is a non-smoking facility. Smoking is strictly prohibited.
Pets or other animals whose sole function is to provide comfort, companionship or support are not allowed in the Springs Preserve. The purpose of this rule is to ensure wildlife is not disturbed and to protect the archaeological artifacts on the site.
Service animals are allowed. A service animal is defined in under Nevada law as a dog or a miniature horse that is individually trained to do work or perform tasks for a person with a disability. A disability is defined in NRS 426.068 as a physical, cognitive, or mental impairment which substantially limits one or more major life activities.
Service animals may not, however, pose a direct threat to the health or safety of other people. The service animal must comply with state and local animal control laws and must at all times stay quietly by its owner’s side unless performing a specific task for its owner. Service animals must be leashed, harnessed, or tethered unless such a device interferes with the service animal’s work, or the owner’s disability prevents using such a device. In such cases, the owner must control the service animal through her or his voice, hand signals, or other effective means. Vests, tags, or other working-animal accessories are not required but may make it easier for people to identify a service animal.
Please note that due to permitting restrictions, we cannot accept donations of live animals. If you have a Desert Tortoise you’re looking to rehome, we recommend contacting the Tortoise Group.
If you have a plant you would like to donate, please send us an email.
The small amphitheater between the upper and lower parking areas in the Orientation Gallery has been designated for signature gathering and as a limited public forum where members of the community may exercise, to the extent permitted by law, their First Amendment rights to free expression, speech, and assembly. Such activities shall be consistent with the maintenance of Springs Preserve facilities and the free flow of persons and traffic and shall not interfere with other scheduled activities. Interference with entrances to buildings, or the Springs Preserve is strictly prohibited. To reserve the public forum area, contact the Las Vegas Valley Water District Public Information Office at 702-258-3930.