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Rancho Bel Air is a residential gated community, located west of Las Vegas' central business district. It is an 11-minute commute to the downtown area. Rancho Bel Air does not have local businesses, shops, restaurants, or services to walk to. You and your furry friend can enjoy walks in this beautiful community, however, with warm, dry, sunny weather throughout the year. 


Summer days in Las Vegas can be extremely hot. Get up early or walk your dog in the evening to avoid midday heat and ensure that you and your dog do not become dehydrated. Winter is cooler, but temperatures are still usually well above freezing. It may dip a little lower at night, so prepare with a light jacket. No matter what time of year it is, sunny, dry weather is the norm. There is more rain in the winter, but even during this season, sunny weather is common and rain is minimal.

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Rancho Bel Air is a gated community that is bordered by Rancho Drive to the east, West Mesquite Drive to the north, the Rancho Circle neighborhood to the south, and the Rancho Nevada Estates neighborhood to the west. Because access to the community is limited to residents and guests, this is a private, exclusive neighborhood with light local traffic. The neighborhood does not have separate pedestrian sidewalks for people and pets to use, but the restricted traffic flow makes the area safer. You should still walk facing oncoming traffic on the right side of the road when sharing streets with vehicles and keep your dog securely leashed and under control. 


The terrain is flat and there are no steep hills to climb up. Homes in the area are very large, single-family homes with generously sized properties, often with pools and recreational features. The area is landscaped with drought-tolerant desert plants and some traditional shade trees and lawns.

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Lorenzi Park is located just to the northwest of Rancho Bel Air. This park has two fishing lakes, a playground and spray park, picnic sites with shade structures, tennis and basketball courts, baseball fields, and a band shell with a stage where local performances take place. Paved trails intersect throughout the park and there are some trees and lawns, making this an excellent green space for visiting with your leashed pet.

If you don't mind a bit of a drive, you can take your dog to the Lake Mead National Recreation area, a 45-minute drive to the east. This is a vast greenway with many hiking trails. The River Mountain Trail Loop stretches for 35 miles and welcomes leashed dogs, joggers, hikers, cyclists, and equestrians. Watch out for cyclists and horses on the trail. The park has elevation changes and many hiking trails with views as well as the large lake.

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