Comfort Inn & Suites
475 Marks Street
Henderson, NV 89014
Phone: (702) 387-6500
Fax: (702) 387-6520
You just can't beat the beauty of a mature course and this one has been in existence since 1963. It has melded nicely with its desert surroundings and is dotted with large trees. You can make a reservation up to 60 days prior to tee off. The course is known for its great play, especially the magnificent final hole. There is also a pro-shop on premises.
A great place for bird-watching, picnics and gatherings—Wetlands Park is the habitat for numerous types of wildlife and birds. Located on a seven by one mile strip of land it covers 2900 acres. Open for visitors seven days a week, the place is rich ecologically. The nature preserve has walking trails, secondary trails, ponds and bird viewing spots. A quiet walk at the edge of the town, you might find just enough shade under the willow trees or picnic benches to rest a while before moving on.
Annual host to the U.S. Open Qualifying and the American Junior Golf Association, the course is known for having 10th hole tee boxes in the shape of Diamonds, Hearts, Spades and Clubs. This is Las Vegas, after all. The par-72, 7,233-yard field of play is designed to make you use every club in your bag; it will challenge even the most experienced player. Resort Golf Schools and Academies offers lessons here, if you need to learn or brush up on your skills.
See Hoover Dam up close and personal from your own Kayak or Canoe, paddling through Black Canyon on the Colorado River. The construction of Hoover Dam transformed an arid desert into one of the most spectacular recreation areas in the Southwest. Boats launch daily at the base of the mighty Hoover Dam, and paddle to Willow Beach Marina approximately 11 miles down river. There are stops along the way to soak in the natural hot springs. You may encounter desert bighorn sheep, hawks and lizards, and explore ancient sea caves and hidden coves. Trips are available for all skill levels, from beginners to advanced paddlers, and we use the best equipment available. The professional and experienced guides will share their vast knowledge of the history of the canyon and the construction of Hoover Dam. Open daily 6am onwards.
One of the most known names in the equestrian events circle in the state, the Horseman’s Park is buzzing with events all year round. The park is managed jointly by Equine Event Management and the Parks and Recreation Department of Clark County. Among the facilities at this park are a 1300-seat Main Arena, a 500-seat Flamingo Arena, a barbecue pit, picnic areas, and parking spaces. To learn more about the upcoming events and other details about the Horseman’s Park, do see the website.
Imagine a park that is unaffected by the weather, climate-controlled, and features a laser show every two hours with music by the Indianapolis Philharmonic Orchestra. There are cooling waterfalls, birds, squirrels and even a bear and a wolf. Children and adults alike will enjoy this unique and fun experience. This all takes place in the atrium of Sam's Town Hotel. There are several restaurants, shops and a bar from which you can view the events.
Peaceful waters and lasers merge to produce a colorful and well-choreographed show involving the Old West. Featuring 16 channels of digital sound, and over 100 hidden speakers, the music will have your toes tapping and your eyes following the colorful light show at The Sunset Stampdede. The kids will love it, and you'll find it to be very relaxing and cooling on a hot summer Las Vegas afternoon. Between shows, you'll find restaurants, a bar and a gift shop, all located in and around Mystic Falls Park. Admission is free.
There are three different courses within the confines of the Stallion Mountain Country Club. The Citation Golf Course, Secretariat and Man O'War all offer challenges for any level of expertise. Amenities include an indoor practice facility, putting greens and a driving range. The clubhouse features a tennis area, swimming pool and gym. The membership fee runs around USD10,000 plus monthly dues. Golf packages are available if you stay at the Mandalay Bay, Venetian, Four Seasons, Paris Las Vegas or Monte Carlo resorts.
Located at Stallion Mountain Country Club, Secretariat Golf Course is the most recent addition and reportedly the most difficult of the three 18-hole golf areas here. Expect open fairways, fast greens and water hazards on seven holes. Word has it this course requires about eight strokes more than the Man O' War and Citation. Open to members and guests alike, it is a fun course to play and definitely a challenge.
Some players love this place and rate it one of the better courses in Las Vegas; others despise it. The 6,676-yard, par-72 golf course is located at Stallion Mountain Country Club. Water hazards on seven holes add to the challenge on the flat course. Even though the greens are small and fairways tight, many adjoining fairways make it easy to remedy any mistakes. You must be a member or a guest. Major hotels offer golf packages that include this course.
This par-60 executive course, designed by Billy Casper and Greg Nash, overlooking the Las Vegas Valley offers rolling terrain and well-placed hazards. It is a challenge for all level players and perfect for a quick round, averaging around three hours. The greens are fast and undulating with challenging bunkers placed in your path. The layout consists of 12 par-3 holes and six par-1 holes. There are also expert instructional programs available from a staff of qualified PGA pros.
One of the largest parks in Las Vegas, it is popular for festivals and picnics. Eight outdoor lighted tennis courts, baseball fields, basketball courts, picnic areas with barbeques, dog runs and even peace and quiet can be found here. There also is a fishing pond, popular mostly with children. The fishing is year-round, and in winter the pond is stocked with rainbow trout, and catfish in summer. There is a three-fish limit and children under 12 do not need a fishing license.