Northwest Las Vegas is just north of Summerlin at Cheyenne Avenue all the way up north and west to the foothills of Lee Canyon. This area has grown enormously over the past few years. You can find every home builder in this area. Residents enjoy just about every style and price range of housing found in the valley; from starter homes to elaborate horse estates with no HOA dues. Some of the large communities in the Northwest are Desert Shores, Centennial Hills, Providence, Silverstone, Los Prados, El Captian and many others.
Many enjoy the more residential, suburban feel of the northwest for growing families. The Northwest provides quick access to freeways so you can be in the city center in just 15-40 minutes. If you are looking for a great part of our valley, be sure to check out Northwest Las Vegas.
Bob Taylor's Ranch House: A western-theme steakhouse since 1955. This restaurant is a staple in the Northwest for generations. It's a popular dining spot for all occasions and the steaks will knock your taste buds off.
Looking for a mix of cereal and donuts? Check out Pinkbox Donuts in the Northwest. They mix some of your favorite cereal with donuts like a fruit loop donut. Pinkbox was just voted Best Donut shop in Las Vegas too.
Sante Fe Station Casino and Hotel is a popular destination for locals. As part of the Station Casino family of casinos you can come to expect a top-notch locals experience. It features a state of the art movie theater, bowling alley, sports bars and the dining choices are endless.
Mammoths, lions and camels once roamed along the wetlands of what is now know as Las Vegas, Nevada. Their history preserved at Tule Springs Fossil Beds. This newly named National Monument is best visited with a tour guide but you can find some fossil on your own too.