I-515 Trail


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I-515 Trail Facts

States: Nevada
Counties: Clark
Length: 4.4 miles
Trail end points: N. Maryland Pkwy. and I-515 (Las Vegas) and E. Flamingo Rd./SR 592 and Hazelcrest Dr. (Paradise)
Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 6573698

I-515 Trail Description

The I-515 Trail runs through eastern Las Vegas, providing a useful alternative route along the busy highway, which is also known as US 95. This pathway starts downtown, off N. Maryland Parkway, and winds through commercial and residential areas with distant views of the mountains.

Midway, the trail stops at the southwestern corner of the upscale Desert Pines Golf Club, before picking up again at Stewart Avenue and running to E. Charleston Boulevard.

The final segment begins at E. Sahara Avenue and travels to E. Flamingo Road, not far from the neighborhood shopping centers of Sandhill Square and Paradise Marketplace.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking can be found at Sandhill Square or Paradise Marketplace at the southern end of the trail along E. Flamingo Road. Follow the sidewalk to the start of the trail at Interstate 515.

I-515 Trail Reviews

Read the other reviews they are accurate. This is an older part of Vegas and there's no need to do this trail unless you are looking to sleep on the concrete.

Read the other reviews they are accurate. This is an older part of Vegas and there's no need to do this trail unless you are looking to sleep on the concrete.

Not comfortable walking here-

I like to use the Flamingo Arroyo Trailhead near DI on Pecos. Its near my home. However, many times there are homeless men sheltering under the public structures and living under that overpass. I use a walker, and I'm not comfortable walking near that underpass. I just go somewhere else if there are men using the shelters to spread out. I think the area should be policed more often to discourage anyone taking up residence along the wash and trail.

I-515 Utility trail

I would not consider this a recreational trail, It has utility value for locals and homeless, with expensive overpasses. However it has some interesting views of human made structures as well as mountains , but is very noisy from I-515 traffic. Also several multiple street intersection crossing with signals. Due to lack of trailheads I accessed this trail from the Flamingo Arroyo Trail that crosses I-515 at N36.14226 W115.09173 1.5 mile NE of Flamingo Arroyo Trail Head, off Emerson Ave & Pecos-McLeod Interconnect. This Flamingo Arroyo Trail is not on traillink. Noel Keller 26 Aug 14

Negative Rating for the I-515 Trail.

Last week, July 1, I searched for the I-515 Trail. After much driving around, I found it. It wasn't worth the effort. The neighborhood is run-down, as is the Trail. The Trail appears to be very old, and in need of repair. The asphalt is cracked and broken. and the Trail is lined with trash. I was afraid to leave my car at the dead end, which is the start of the Trail. Needless to say, I would not rcommend using the Trail for any activity.

Ben Mathews
Jacksonville, Florida.

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