Popular Rental Amenities in Indian Springs
The Weather in Indian Springs
This is the climate diagram in Indian Springs. The highest average temperatures are in the month of June. However, temperatures can go lower than 39° in Indian Springs in January. The rainiest month is June while the driest month is March.
Unwind in a vacation home in Indian Springs, close to nature and Vegas
Do have an upcoming group trip to organize? Or do you just want to enjoy a fun getaway with your family? If so, Indian Springs in Nevada makes an ideal destination to unwind. So pack your bags and treat yourself to a memorable vacation break. While touring as a group, it makes sense to consider vacation homes in Indian Springs. Whatever option you need, you will certinly find a condo, villa, cottage, cabin or a penthouse that suits your needs.
Cuisine: Places to eat
The Oasis Bar and Restaurant is a favorite spot in town for fries, Swiss cheeseburger, smoked wings, and drinks. They also open early for those that want to have breakfast. Further afield, Las Vegas offers a plethora of dining options, from vegetarian Chinese stir-fry to Indian food, American barbecue, and much more.
Activities with kids
If you want a place to relax and play with the kids, Indian Springs Park is a quiet and clean spot to have a picnic. Or take the kids to watch the racecars at the Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch. Adults can take simple courses from professional instructors.
Excursion destinations: Gardens, Ferris wheels, and mountains
In nearby Las Vegas, the Bellagio has much to offer, including the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. Designed with Japanese walkways, this garden is one of the most beautiful places to visit during the spring or summer. Don't forget to stop by by the Neon Museum to see signs from old casinos displayed outdoors on over six acres. Complete your tour by visiting the High Roller, the world's largest observation wheel that features 28 pods.
Nature lovers should check out the nearby Spring Mountains. Here you can hike through canyons and past waterfalls, or drive to the top of Mount Charleston to see snowy peaks, walk through pine forests or even go skiing!
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