s Colorado River Heritage Greenway Park and Trails

Colorado River Heritage Greenway Park and Trails

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Pictures of the Trail Group at work

Bureau of Reclamation Photos


The Colorado River Heritage Greenway Park and Trails project, also known as Northreach, was dedicated on July 27, 2012 The project consists of 9 miles of trails in the Laughlin area for bicyclists, pedestrians and equestrian riders, and includes expansion of the Laughlin Riverwalk, fully developed restrooms and trailheads, picnic sites, shade shelters, fishing piers, and a highway pedestrian bridge overpass and underpass providing access to the Colorado River. Visitors of all abilities can enjoy the trails and accessible fishing areas.

Recreational Activities include walking, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, fishing, picnicking, bird watching, children's play area, and splash pad among many other recreational opportunities.



Development of the project concept began in 2000. Clark County Board of County Commissioners adopted a resolution to support increased recreational offerings on Davis Dam Lands in August 2001. Clark County and the US Bureau of Reclamation signed the Reclamation Recreation Purpose Lease on December 16, 2009 for 1,191 acres of land featuring a proposed Regional Park, special events area, Golf Complex and other facilities.  Amenities under development include the trails and day use areas. Clark County and the National Park Service signed a land use agreement on May 18, 2010 Construction Contract awarded November 2009 and Construction began in December 2009 The Trailheads

The Trailheads

Pyramid Canyon Trail

1.7 Miles
Hard Surface
Relatively Flat Surface
Water Available
Pedestrian, Wheelchair, Bicycle

Horseshoe Trail

2.7 miles
Native Soil
Moderate Climb
NO water Available
Horses, Hikers, Mountain Bikes

Dam Overlook Trail

0.8 miles
Native Surface
Moderate Climb
NO water Available
Pedestrian, Mountain Bikes

Desert Trail

2.8 miles
Packed Surface
Relatively Flat
NO water Available
Horses, Hikers, Mountain Bikes
NOTE: This is a Trail through the Desert, Native Wildlife may be encountered.