- The list below includes 54 free or cheap things to do in or near Blue Diamond, Nevada, including 43 different types of inexpensive activities like Historic Sites, Scenic Drives, Movie Theaters and Hiking Trails.
- From Spring Mountains National Recreational Area to Bonnie Springs Old Nevada, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Blue Diamond and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson and Mount Charleston.
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1647 Nevada Hwy, Ste. A, Boulder City, NV 89005 MoreLess Info
A large number of adventure tours are available through Desert Adventures - Day Tours. The areas covered include the Colorado River and Black Canyon while guests are able to kayak, zip line, and travel by ATV.
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3601 South Highway 160, Pahrump, NV 89048 MoreLess Info
Driving and racing experiences are supplied through the Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch. Specifically, drivers at the ranch are able to enjoy high-performance sports cars, including Corvettes and the SR3 depending on what the driver desires.
In addition to historic train rides, there are many educational exhibits at the Nevada State Railroad Museum. The rail yard with historic engines and cars can be explored by the public during the week or when riding the train.
Offering visitors panoramic views of Boulder City and the surrounding valley, Red & Black Mountain is accessible by two hiking trails. The trail is recommended for intermediate hikers, with an elevation gain of 1,200 feet.
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601 Nevada Highway, Boulder City, NV 89005 MoreLess Info
Part of the National Park Service, Lake Mead National Recreation Area features boating, swimming, and fishing. Tour the Hoover Dam or hike through desert ecosystems. The park contains designated wilderness areas, hundreds of plant and animal species, and archeological sites.
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1305 Arizona Street, Boulder City, NV 89006 MoreLess Info
Learn the story of the Boulder Canyon Project with a visit to the Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum. Filled with interactive exhibits of how the dam was built and how the people survived the unforgiving desert climates to complete this monumental project.
Evolution Expeditions Kayaking has recently changed its name to Las Vegas Kayak Tours to better convey the service's focus on serving guests in the Las Vegas area. The tours cover several aquatic attractions, including Lake Mead, Lake Mohave, Black Canyon, and the Colorado River.
Hemenway Park allows visitors the opportunity to closely mingle with bighorn sheep that come down from the nearby mountains to graze. The park also has playground equipment, gazebos, sport courts, and a view of Lake Mead.