Paradise-Las Vegas Community Information

Situated just a few short minutes away from Las Vegas, Paradise residents have access to all the fun and games of the big city. The greater Las Vegas metropolitan area is home to roughly 1.5 million people who enjoy an exciting lifestyle and world-renowned attractions. Las Vegas was originally founded as a stop point by Mormon missionaries and was then reborn in the middle of the 20th century as a weekend getaway resort. In just one weekend in Las Vegas a person can go to Paris, visit the pyramids, enjoy the Big Apple, watch knights joust, and be part of ancient Rome.

Not only home to casinos and theme restaurants, the Las Vegas area offers plenty of opportunities for educational and cultural enrichment. Paradise residents enjoy proximity to the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, known for its multi-sensory exhibits, the Guggenheim Las Vegas, the Galerie Michelangelo, and of course, Madam Tussaudís Wax Museum. Locals are also within minutes of the Clark County Heritage Museum, the Liberace Museum, the Nevada State Museum and the Las Vegas Art Museum. Additionally, Paradise residents can enjoy cultural enrichment in the form of jazz ensembles, orchestral arrangements, and ballet and symphony performances.

The Paradise area is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. A number of renowned parks and recreational facilities are within driving distance. Floyd Lamb State Park offers opportunities for fishing, picnicking and hiking. The Red Rock Canyon Natural Conservation area is home to Spring Mountain Ranch State Park. The 196,000-acre conservation area encompasses a visitor center, a bicycle pavilion, campgrounds, and hiking and biking trails, and is famous for its renowned rock climbing.

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