Discover a New Red Rock Canyon

Bonnie Springs Helicopter Tour

Taking off directly from Bonnie Springs Ranch, the tour spends every second in the actual canyon, meaning that guests get a chance to view and photograph the canyon’s remarkable scenery and wildlife for the entire trip. Thanks to Wild West Helicopters’ extensive history in the area, the tours proceed from the famous, rust-colored canyon walls to numerous sites at higher elevations that have been neglected by previous tours. Be among the first to see the canyon’s “hidden” bodies of water and peaks in-person, available now to the public exclusively through the Bonnie Springs—Wild West Tour. 

Go where no hiker, camper, or cyclist has gone before and witness Red Rock Canyon in full, from the lowest shrub to the highest secluded lake. With thousands of species of plant and animal life, a complex and often stunning geological history, and even seasonal waterfalls, Red Rock marks one of the premier destinations in the southwestern United States. Join us for a unique scenic experience, and view southern Nevada in all of its natural splendor.  

In the heart of Red Rock Canyon is Bonnie Springs Ranch

Book Your Ride at Bonnie Springs Ranch

With over 2 million visitors coming to Red Rock Canyon every year, one of the most popular destinations is the Red Rock Canyon Riding Stables.  Tucked at the base of the canyon at the Bonnie Springs Ranch, just 35 minutes west of the Las Vegas strip is the Red Rock Canyon Riding Stables.

This ride will take you right to the base of Red Rock Canyon.  The horses are well trained and experienced with riders of all levels.  Call us to book your ride: 702-875-4191

Tour Red Rock Canyon by Helicopter

Bonnie Springs Ranch is pleased to announce: Red Rock Canyon Helicopter Tours Starting February 24, 2018 Be one of the first people to take a Red Rock Canyon Helicopter Tour from Bonnie Springs Ranch!   You’ll experience a 17-20 minute helicopter flight through the majestic Red Rock National Conservation Area. The conservation area showcases a set of large red rock formations, a set of sandstone peaks and walls called the Keystone Thrust. The walls are up to 3,000 feet (910 m) high, making them a popular hiking and rock climbing destination. The highest point is La Madre Mountain, at 8,154 feet (2,485 m). The tour

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Snow at Old Town at Bonnie Springs

Holidays at Bonnie Springs Ranch

With the end of the year fast approaching and winter starting to show, now is the perfect time to experience the outdoors in southern Nevada and take a trip to Bonnie Springs. The ranch is a great place to take a mini-vacation, whether you are a local just looking for a weekend outside of the city or an out-of-towner who wants to experience the best natural life and scenery Nevada has to offer. Red Rock Canyon is located just five miles from the ranch, which means that all the hiking, cycling, camping, and sightseeing opportunities you could want are only

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Sarabi, Zoo, serval

Sarabi Update

Sarabi has made for an exciting year at the Bonnie Springs Zoo. Since her arrival in June, we have received numerous comments, both online and in-person, praising her inclusion at the zoo, and we could not be happier to have welcomed her to the family. An African serval cat, Sarabi has brought greater natural and aesthetic diversity to the zoo and continues to offer our staff the opportunity to work with a remarkable species. Though largely unknown to the public, the serval cat represents one of sub-Saharan Africa’s most remarkable creatures, and Sarabi is no exception. She remains as impressive

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The Old Town is currently in winter hours
10:30 AM to 5:00 PM – Monday and Tuesday are “Dark”  (No cowboys, shops or shows except the petting zoo & petting zoo shop).
Adults $10.00 and Children under 12 $7.00

The Restaurant and Bar
Monday – Thursday 9am-9pm
Friday 9am-10pm
Saturday 8am-10pm
Sunday 8am-9pm

Address:
16395 Bonnie Springs Road,
Las Vegas, NV 89124

Call us at 702-875-4191

Sorry, dogs are not permitted at the ranch.