Centennial Hills Park NV
Centennial Hills Park, NV is a beautiful spot for hiking. It’s located in the foothills of the Spring Mountains with stunning views of Las Vegas and Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. The park offers trails that range from easy to difficult, so no matter what your skill level you’ll be able to find one that suits you. Some of these include: Centennial Trail (easy), Woodbury Trail (intermediate) and Mount Charleston Peak (difficult). There are also plenty of spots along the trail for picnicking or just relaxing on a bench with spectacular views. Centennial Hills Park is a great place to come with the family, and it’s also dog friendly so you can bring Fido along on your adventure. Centennial Hills Park has an entrance fee of $7 per vehicle or $3 for individuals traveling on foot who are willing to hike into the park.
There is plenty of parking space at Centennial Hills Park, but if you’re visiting during peak hours you might find yourself driving around for awhile to find a spot. Once you get in the park there are lots of places along the Centennial Trail that will let you stop and take pictures while soaking in breathtaking views of Las Vegas. The Centennial Trail runs through Centennial Hills Park from east to west so once you reach one end of the park you can start a new trail and hike in the other direction. Centennial Hills Park offers so much to do that I could literally spend my whole day there, but for those with limited time here are some of our favorite activities:
Boulder-hopping across Centennial Trail like The Office’s Jim Halpert in search of Dwight Schrute viewing Peccole Ranch from Centennial Trail Centennial Trail; an easy, out-and-back hike through Centennial Hills Park along Centennial Parkway that is great for kids or beginning hikers One last thing to note…
There is no cell phone service in Centennial Hills Park NV. This means most people don’t go there if they’re not bringing family/friends with them because they will miss their cell phone and might accidentally take a wrong turn. Centennial Hills Park is one of the most beautiful places in Las Vegas, and it’s perfect for an afternoon picnic in between hiking through Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area or Mount Charleston Peak. Centennial Hills park is also located at the base of Centennial Mountain so if you’re feeling frisky after your hike up the mountain you could rappel down the side of Centennial Mountain! Centennial Hills Park NV is definitely one of my favorite stops on my Las Vegas guide. So what are you waiting for? You can see Centennial Hills Park from The Strip, but trust me– there’s so much more to this park than meets the eye!