Hour 15 – BlogAPalooza
Las Vegas was not always a barren wasteland, well not all of it anyway. In fact the city has a long history of water wrangling from a ground water supply way back when they believed would never dry up.
On the site of the original Las Vegas springs sits the Springs Preserve. A tribute to sustainable living the site will later hold other historical museums and attractions in the years to come. An art gallery graces the center of the main building.
The preserve offers hiking trails, indoor exhibits, a gift shop and bookstore, plus fine dining with Wolfgang Puck. The restaurant offers a relaxed weekend brunch service with views of the strip and surrounding Las Vegas valley.
You can design your outdoor living space with water friendly plants in the studios, exchange rocks for other rocks or flowers at the nature exchange, learn how to cook, and even buy native plants when the doors open for the great sale.
A nature hike just minutes from the strip that feels like you are out of city and doing your part for the environment.