Lake Las Vegas offers a relaxed environment for tourists and locals.
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What To Do

Lake Las Vegas offers a plethora of outdoor activities! It’s the perfect place to rent paddle boards, kayaks, and electric boats this Spring. You can even try flyboarding, which looks like a water jetpack that’s attached to your feet. The inflatable Aqua Park floating obstacle course is set to open back up this May. You can spend the whole day out on the water!

Walk through The Village where you can enjoy several restaurants that offer a beautiful view of the lake. You’ll be able to find wine, gelato, a french cafe, Mexican, Italian, and Asian cuisine just steps away from one another. There’s a local market on the waterfront too. There’s plenty of space to sit outside to enjoy the views and get some fresh air. 

Play a round of golf at Reflection Bay Golf Club. This 18-hole lakeside course is gorgeous. Stop by to enjoy the views from the clubhouse, look around the golf shop, or grab a bite to eat at their restaurant. 

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Where To Stay

Lake Las Vegas is a great place for a vacation or a staycation. It’s right next to Lake Mead and it’s only 30 minutes away from The Strip. It’s a peaceful hideaway from the busy city. Stay at The Westin Resort & Spa or The Hilton Resort & Spa. Both are located right on the lake with great views and amenities. 

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Whether you’re visiting for the day or staying over the weekend, Lake Las Vegas has plenty to offer. Get out there and explore a hidden Vegas gem!

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