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The St. Rose Parkway Trail runs along both sides of the road of the same name in Henderson, a southern suburb of Las Vegas. In the south, the trail ends at the M Resort Spa Casino, one of the newest casinos in the area. In the north, the trail connects to the I-215 East Beltway Trail, which heads farther north along the Las Vegas Beltway towards Sin City.
The trail passes residences, shops, restaurants and the Siena Campus of Dignity Health's St. Rose Dominican Hospitals along its route. Numerous animal statues throughout provide artistic interest. Near Cactus Wren Park, pick up the Amargosa Trail to head east, closer to the heart of Henderson and ultimately to the base of the surrounding McCullough Range.
Near the M Resort, a side trip down lightly-traveled Bruner Avenue provides an opportunity to hear the unexpected sound of roaring lions. The Lion Habitat Ranch provides a sanctuary for approximately 40 lions, including those that once roamed the manmade habitat in the MGM Grand, and is now open to the public for a fee.
Parking and restrooms for the St. Rose Parkway Trail are available at the Siena Heights Trailhead (2570 Siena Heights Drive) and Cactus Wren Park (2900 Ivanpah Drive).
a good place to start cycling, short, with some hills but rather easy and a few off path safe places to ride
I run this trail probably twice a week.
I start at 7 Hills drive, parking at the Starbucks lot which is a safe place and
also gives you access to a restroom and
I head westbound (slight upgrade)toward the M which gives me a
total out and back of 6 miles.
Some days I head Eastbound, from the same
start point, cross Eastern and continue to
Coronado which gives me 4 miles total out and back. Good stopping point at the McDonald's
on Eastern for pit stop and/or water.
Or, do the entire trail of 10 miles which is a great training run for a half marathon.
I love the décor, hearing the lions, and seeing
others on the trail no matter when I go there.
My favorite trail.
Just glad I can still run at 73.
Parked at "M" Casino, nice shady parking garage, and rode to end of trail then returned. On the return trip took a detour loop past the Lion Habitat. Was quiet over there but nice wide road with very little traffic, so worth the little extra mileage. The trail it self is nicely paved with interesting signage along the way explaining some of the desert wildlife. Also has a fun tortoise and hare theme with a start and finish line. Shows a couple of the scenes from the fable. Fun to look at. Was a Saturday morning so some others (bikers, runners, and walkers) on the trail. Worthy of the effort to visit.
I ride this trail 3-4 times a week. I live close the M Resort so this is where I start, I usually will take the right turn down Bruner to ride by the Lion Habitat (MGM Lions) and if you go early enough (5:30-6am) you will hear them roaring, on the corner of Bruner and Bermuda is where the Habitat is located, I turn left on Bermuda to head back to the St Rose Trail, take a right and ride it down to Seven Hills and then head back. You can also do a little hill climb on Alper (right across the street from the CAT store) where there is a SW Gas Substation at the top of the hill.
I started upgrade, on my Tri-Cruiser, at Eastern Ave on the North West side of St Rose Pkway. The trail came to an end at west of the Shopping Center. I back- tracked & rode on the sidewalk, then entered the Bike lane the 4.4 miles to Las Vegas Blvd. Up- grade but with a tail wind. Crossing ST Rose to return, I found the Zero Mile entrance to the ST Rose Parkway Trail and rode the 4 miles back to Eastern Ave. Smooth trail some Street crossings. Lots of Sculptures of Wild life, Rest Stops with a little shade. Trail does continue on both sides of St Rose north of Eastern Ave. Great view of Henderson to the South East. One Problem, the Three Bullards guarding the entrance east of Bermuda Rd are to close together for a 34" Tread of the Tri-Cruised. I had to go off the trail to get past them. Noel Keller 2 May 13
I have really enjoyed some "senior time" on this easy to take and follow trail. It is not too far from home, is well paved, and lighted for those night or predawn walks (essential during our summer months).
Don't forget to bring some extra water to avoid dehydration, and use some kind of skin protection if you are out in the sun.
The traffic noise can be bothersome, so bringing audio resources along can be helpful.
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