Wells Trailhead is a Natural Preserve Trail in Clark County

Wells Trailhead

Wells Trailhead is located within Wetlands Park Nature Preserve a 210-acre section of the park that is home to hundreds of species of animals. The Preserve includes ponds, three miles of paved ADA accessible trails, restrooms, and a network of connecting unpaved trails and shady lanes that provide hours of nature exploration. Nature Preserve trails are accessed from the main parking lot by the Nature Preserve and Neighborhood Park. Click here for the map of Nature Preserve trails.

Wells Trailhead Features

  • Short walk through desert scrub habitat leads you to a hilltop viewing area with benches, providing enjoyable vistas of the Las Vegas Wash
  • Waterless restrooms
  • Open dawn to dusk
  • Connection to Wetlands Park loop trail along the south side of the Las Vegas Wash (unpaved)
  • Shaded picnic tables (no fires or grills allowed)
  • Located one mile west of Powerline Crossing on Galleria Drive.

Drone footage of Wells Trailhead in Las Vegas. This footage was recorded during the first week of June in 2020.

If you want to go to this location, type in "Wells Trailhead" on your GPS or visit this direct link to the location: https://goo.gl/maps/63tFMnDSmw5eBWoz6