Let's Explore Lake Las Vegas

Lake Las Vegas is a spectacular residential and resort destination situated on a privately-owned 320-acre lake, home to 1,100 hotel rooms and picturesque luxury resorts, each just minutes away from on-the-water fun, championship golf courses, fantastic dining, and more. If you’re looking to experience Las Vegas by day, but also to escape the bustle of the big city, welcome to your “getaway within a getaway.

It rises like a mirage out of the Southern Nevada desert—a glimmering freshwater lake surrounded by an impressive Mediterranean-inspired village. Welcome to Lake Las Vegas, Nevada, a spectacular residential and resort destination situated on a privately-owned, 320-acre lake, just 17 miles from the famous Las Vegas Strip. Visitors have all the glitz and glam and always-on action of the Entertainment Capital of the World at their fingertips, yet can return to a haven world-class golf courses, luxury spas, on-the-water fun, and elegant lodging at a small cluster of Lake Las Vegas hotels and resorts. 

Lake Las Vegas was the grand vision of actor J. Carl Adair back in 1967, who imagined a palatial waterfront retreat in reach of the Las Vegas Strip, but just far enough away to get away. But it wasn’t until 1990 that 3 billion gallons of water were diverted from nearby Lake Mead. Several years and $5 billion later, opulent Lake Las Vegas was born. Throughout the 2010s, more resorts sprang up, as well as the Lake Las Vegas Event Center, cementing Lake Las Vegas, Nevada as the southern Nevada destination loved by vacationers today.

And then there’s the lake itself, where fun on the water abounds. Lake Las Vegas Water Sports rents out stand-up paddleboards, kayaks, and electric boats, and also welcomes adventurous visitors to its Cable Park, where wakeboarders and tubers can get pulled by a machine, and water-loving kiddos to its Aqua Park, a huge, floating playground with slides, trampolines, and other fun features.

Meanwhile, the La Contessa offers luxury Lake Las Vegas yacht cruises aboard their 84-foot vessel, complete with two fully stocked bars, which come to life during sunset cruises, mimosa brunch cruises, and other on-the-water events with live DJs, musicians, and catered dining experiences.

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