Planning to visit Red Rock Canyon? While set apart from the Las Vegas valley enough that visitors should pack supplies and a full tank of gas, there are other stops in the canyon worth noting to potentially add to your itinerary!
With miles of riding trails in a magnificent desert setting, a herd of beautiful, well-trained horses, and a staff of proffessional wrangler-guides, our ranch beckons to our guests who want to leave the city and the 21st Century behind.
Spring Mountain Ranch State Park
Sprawling and splendid, Spring Mountain Ranch State Park is adjacent to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and has been used historically as a working ranch and a luxury retreat by a string of colorful owners, including German actress Vera Krupp and millionaire Howard Hughes. Today visitors can explore some of the oldest buildings in Nevada, a 1860s blacksmith shop, the Sandstone Cabin that was home to the founding family and the ranch house. Hiking trails throughout the park, in addition to tree-shaded picnic sites with tables and grills, make day trips to the park a family favorite.
Cottonwood Station Eatery
A scenic eatery in the historic village of Blue Diamond just minutes from Las Vegas serving artisan pizzas, paninis, salads, small bites, fresh baked pastries, espresso, wine, beer and cider
Red Rock Casino, Resort & Spa
This 5 star resort sits at the northern entrance to the canyon and offers rooms overlooking the red cliffs as well as a variety of food options, gaming, convention services, pool and spa areas, and lots of entertainment options including movies and bowling.
Village Market and Mercantile
Nestled in the quiet village of Blue Diamond along State Route 159, this quaint shop offers general convenience items and snacks daily to residents and visitors. 1 Village Blvd, Blue Diamond, NV 89004
McGhies Bike Outpost
This rental and supply shop located in the village of Blue Diamond offers cycling supplies, snacks, apparel, and a full service center.