Absolutely stunning corner of the world. Had lunch here and a great hike near the mountains. Can't get over the views here.
About Spring Mountain Ranch State Park
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We went for the water, but the pond was drained. They did not mention this at the entrance where we paid. We made do with the hiking trail, but so much was off limits that we felt restricted in where we could go. It was...More
Grab a picnic and head out to Spring Mountain State Ranch. It’s a worthwhile outing from a hot Las Vegas. Sheltered past the Red Rock Canyon National Park, this State Park (like many of Nevada’s State Parks) is almost a hidden gem. Once associated with...More
What makes this place interesting are the previous owners: Actress Vera Krupp and millionaire Howard Hughes. The rooms inside the house are interesting by being furnished just old enough to be vintage (especially the kitchen with old fashioned stove and refrigerator). Outside offers a green...More
We tried twice to visit before successfully entering the ranch house. It is technically open only to 4 pm. The furniture, household furnishings, and other artifacts on display are fun. There is a lot of historical information available too. The staff on duty during our...More
Sadly I did not come on a day that they give tours. I was able to walk through the ranch but not the older parts of the property. The only name i knew of the owners was Howard Hughes, though he never stayed there. The...More
We stopped in after going through Red Rocks Canyon. Had no idea what to expect. Found the ranch and took the guided tour. Glad we did. The tour guide was very informative. Wish we had more time to explore the trails. Maybe next time.
Historic ranch house on state park lands about 15 miles out of Las Vegas in the Red Rock Mountains. Great hiking & scenery around the area with temps generally least 10 degrees cooler than LV. Volunteer docents are available for free informative tours inside the...More
We enjoyed our visit, but I guess I'm spoiled by our free state parks in Missouri. While it was very nice, it wasn't big enough or full of enough features to justify the admission fee. My favorite part was seeing the wild burros. The gate...More