Spring Mountains Weekly Update

SMNRA RECREATION UPDATE AS OF 3/8/21 Nevada Outdoor Recreation Survey Outdoor enthusiasts of all types are encouraged to participate in […] Read More

Snow Season

Winter visitors to the Spring Mountains have the opportunity for all kinds of  recreation, start here for a safe and […] Read More

Plan Your Visit

Closures are in effect due to COVID-19. See our Weekly Update for full details.  The Spring Mountains rise up out […] Read More

Hikes & Trails

  Hiking in the Spring Mountains Over 60 miles of maintained trails wind through the area, most starting at over […] Read More

Deer Creek highway winds up into the snowy Spring Mountains under a bright blue sky

Spring Mountains Weekly Update

March 8, 2021

SMNRA RECREATION UPDATE AS OF 3/8/21 Nevada Outdoor Recreation Survey Outdoor enthusiasts of all types are encouraged to participate in […] Read More

snow shoe hike up hill

Nevada Outdoor Recreation Survey

February 26, 2021

  The Nevada Divisions of Outdoor Recreation and State Parks announce the release of a public survey on outdoor recreation […] Read More

snow in the spring mountains

Snow Season

February 1, 2021

Winter visitors to the Spring Mountains have the opportunity for all kinds of  recreation, start here for a safe and […] Read More

Group of men walk into a muddy meadow amid melting snow surrounded by forest and mountains

SMNRA – More Than a Backyard

January 15, 2021

It happens throughout the year, an influx of visitors excited to throw off the trappings of the city head to […] Read More

Our Mission

Southern Nevada Conservancy creates opportunities to discover, understand, and enjoy your public lands.

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Make your voice heard and share with @NVStateParks how you use outdoor spaces to recreate in the state! Your responses will help establish outdoor recreation priorities for NV:
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The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area

Also known as Mount Charleston, The Spring Mountains National Recreation Area offers opportunities for year-round fun. Learn about the area by exploring our Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway, join an interpretative program, or volunteer to conserve the forest environment!

Hikes, Camping, and much more!

Over 50 miles of maintained trails wind through the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, along with 4 campgrounds, 7 picnic areas, and remote areas for dispersed camping.

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