Despite being located in the middle of the Mojave Desert, Stewarts Point is situated along Lake Mead offering beautiful views and outdoor recreational activities! Valley of Fire State Park is known worldwide for the 40,000 acres of gorgeous red sandstone and limestone terrain. The park also has camping and hiking trails that beg visitors and their leashed dogs to come and experience them while you take in the scenery! If you and your pooch are staying the night or longer, the Valley of Fire State Park allows dogs at their RV park and campgrounds.
St. Thomas is another community in the middle of the desert that is located near water! Lake Mead and the Muddy River offer locals and tourists water features and quick access to the 40,000-acre Valley of Fire State Park. This state park invites leashed dogs to enjoy the unique terrain that consists of red sandstone and limestone hills and canyons, all of which can be viewed from designated hiking paths! The Lost City Museum chronicles the lives of the Anasazi tribe that used to live in the area; they invite pups to take advantage of their kennel and fenced-in, off leash dog area located behind the museum to rest and hydrate while their parents tour the museum.
This mecca for entertainment, events, food, and shopping also makes a great home or tourist destination to bring Fido, and is only a half-hour drive from Dry Lake. Jaycee Dog Park is a local off-leash dog park that is completely fenced-in with two separate enclosures for large and small pups! Bob Baskin Park is nestled on 6 acres of land, and includes a variety of amenities, including picnic areas, basketball courts, playgrounds and walking paths for residents and their on-leash dogs to enjoy. Hungry? Park on Freemont, Triple George Grill, and the Downtown Crown Pub are local restaurants that cater to our canine companions!