Support Wetlands Park

Support Wetlands Park

Support Wetlands Park

Clark County Wetlands Park inspires and engages families, children, adults, students, teachers, and others to make a positive impact on the natural world around them. These efforts would not be possible without your support. Working together, we can ensure that our community and future generations have the opportunity to enjoy all that the Park has to offer.

Donations are used to directly benefit Park visitors by supporting recreational activities and events, educational programs, and resources that enhance educational and recreational experiences. Donations of any amount may be made online. Click here to donate.

To donate by check, please send to:
Clark County Wetlands Park
7050 Wetlands Park Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89122.

Wetlands Park Friends
Wetlands Park Friends, a 501(c)(3) established in 2019, provides funding for special projects and events at Wetlands Park. Learn more at

Donor Wall

For those visitors and organizations who wish to donate high dollar amounts, a commemorative wall plaque may be purchased for display at the Nature Center. Donor Wall sponsors are part of a prestigious group that offers significant support to the Park. Donation Wall Plaques are valued at $1,000 (Bronze level), $2,500 (Gold level), or $5,000 (Platinum level). 

An information and application packet for the Donor Wall is available for download here.

Thank you to our current Donor Wall sponsors and their families:

  • Mary Madrid
  • Wayne Hiatt
  • Nancy Gyori
  • 8 News Now
  • John & Lola Hinners
  • Jel & Marietta Tiberti
  • Circle K International, UNLV
  • Kathy Creech, in memory of Roy Creech
  • Nieman Family, in memory of Sharon Hind Ruymann
  • Walter Johnson
  • Edward & Patty Hayes
  • In Honor of Luis Espino
  • Pamela K. Radke

Memorial Benches and Trees
At this time, Wetlands Park does not offer memorial benches or trees for purchase.

Clark County Wetlands Park
7050 Wetlands Park Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89122
Phone: (702) 455-7522


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