There is an Opportunity!

The Ice Age Park will be centered around the famous Tule Springs paleontological site in the heart of the Upper Las Vegas Wash. This site is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Park will provide a home for an organization with four basic goals: Research, Curation and Care of Fossil Specimens, Public Access and Interpretation, and Preservation of Sites. There is now an opportunity working with the Nevada Division of State Parks, Bureau of Land Management, UNLV, Nevada Site Stewardship Program, and other State and Federal agencies, to realize our vision in the next decade.

The Las Vegas Ice Age Park Foundation was formed in 2008 to assist in the development of the Ice Age Park. Our first goal is to raise $200,000 to commission a full Feasibility Study for the project. The Las Vegas Ice Age Park Foundation is a Nevada nonprofit corporation. Through its affiliation with the Southern Nevada Conservancy, an IRS 501 (c) (3) organization, the Foundation can accept tax deductible contributions.

We Need Your Help:

We need your help now:
To raise $200,000 to commission a full Feasibility Study for the Ice Age Park, which will be the heartbeat of the National Monument Site.


The Nevada State Legislature to designate the 315 acres of State lands within the CTA as a protected State Preserve.
6/2007 Assembly Bill 467

An Office of State Paleontologist.
7/2009 Assembly Bill AB-305

To protect and include Paleontological sites within the NRS Statues.
7/2009 Assembly Bill AB-289

To designate April of each year as Paleontological month.
7/2009 Assembly Bill AB-306