Nevada Nature June 28, 2016
9 Boardwalks In Nevada That Will Make Your Summer Awesome
Nevada may not have access to an ocean, but it does have its fair share of incredible boardwalks. Parks, wildlife refuges and downtown historic districts are just a few of the many places in Nevada where you’ll find an amazing boardwalk. Listed below are nine boardwalks that would be perfect to take a walk down this summer.
1. Red Rock Canyon Boardwalk
This boardwalk is located within Las Vegas' Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The views are incredible!
2. Crystal Spring Boardwalk
Crystal Spring is located within the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. This boardwalk gives visitors a great up-close view of the spring.
3. Point of Rocks Boardwalk
Point of Rocks is also located within the Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. This boardwalk allows visitors to enjoy the refuge without tearing up the terrain below them.
4. Sand Harbor Boardwalk
This boardwalk winds around Sand Harbor - Lake Tahoe's most beautiful beach! Lake Tahoe is North America's largest alpine lake.
5. West Upper Pond Boardwalk
West Upper Pond is located at Clark County's Wetlands Park. This park's main priorities are providing a safe habitat for hundreds of animal and plant species, and to continue improving the quality of the area's water supply. This boardwalk allows visitors to view the beautiful scenery around the pond.
6. Treasure Island Boardwalk
This heavily-walked boardwalk is located on the Las Vegas Strip and runs along the front of Treasure Island Hotel and Casino.
7. Red Spring Boardwalk
The Red Spring Boardwalk is located within the Calico Basin area of Red Rock Canyon. This boardwalk is also a popular hiking trail.
8. Laughlin Riverwalk
So, the Laughlin Riverwalk isn't necessarily a wooden pathway (boardwalk), but it's still a walkway that provides scenic views, including spectacular views of the Colorado River.
9. Virginia City Boardwalk
As you walk along the Virginia City Boardwalk, you'll be taking a step back in time. This boardwalk runs along Virginia City's historic downtown area, and many businesses are located along the way.
Have you walked down any of these boardwalks?