Once known as Tule Springs Ranch, Floyd Lamb State Park not only has picnic areas and scenic paths but also provides four ... More
Floyd Lamb State Park
Once known as Tule Springs Ranch, Floyd Lamb State Park not only has picnic areas and scenic paths but also provides four stocked ponds where fishing is permitted with a Nevada Fishing License. The park encompasses 2,040 acres and houses volleyball and horseshoe facilities. The first use of this land was as a watering hole for both Native Americans and prospectors. In the 1930-40s, the Ranch was a popular place for movie stars and others who wanted to take advantage of Nevada's liberal divorce laws and six-month residency requirement.
I liked the four lakes, mature trees, quiet, birds, peacocks walking around, acres and acres of wildnerness plus historic buildings. Lots of grass and room to breathe clean air while walking my dogs or riding my horse. I would recommend this State Park to anyone interested in getting away from traffic, motorized vehicles, competitive sports and the LV Strip. It's a thoughtful park to picnic and enjoy the beauty of the Mojave Desert.
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