Homes range in price from $300,000 into the millions, with amazing views of two championship Signature Golf Courses, the lake and majestic mountains. Condominium townhomes start at $200,000 and extend into the millions, offering amenities you would expect in a luxury resort setting.
Lake Las Vegas offers several private club memberships in different areas of the community. Club enrollment options include the following:
- Lake Las Vegas Sports Club – This newly renovated athletic club features fitness classes, personal trainers, online classes, tennis, pickleball, card games, a bridge club and happy hour specials.
- Reflection Bay – The shore of this water-dominant region features a prestigious Jack Nicklaus Signature Design Golf Course created in 1998.
- Montelago Village – The quaint retail establishments in the village offer discounts to residents and members.
- South Shore Yacht and Beach Club – The members-only clubhouse features water sports, tennis, wellness, social and healthy lifestyle activities.
- Lake Las Vegas Marina – The year-round marina features discounts on store purchases and boat rentals, including paddleboards, kayaks, pedal boats, sailboats and yachts.
The Lake Las Vegas region in Henderson, Nevada, was built with three resorts, including the Aston MonteLago Village Resort, the Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort and the Hilton Lake Las Vegas.
The MonteLago Village made its name as an outstanding spot to spend a Sunday afternoon, tasting espresso or sharing gelato with loved ones. You can also enjoy year-round events like open-air summer concerts, movies under the stars and a winter ice rink for skating with your friends and family.
The Las Vegas Wash keeps flowing under the lake and dam, using 8-foot pipes supported at regular intervals to prevent collapse. Water redirection to fill the lake with 3 billion gallons of water started in 1990. The dam that holds water in the lake is an earthen bank-like structure that’s 18 stories high, 4,800 feet long and over 700 feet wide at its base. It’s made of soil from the Hoover Dam and was completed in 1991.
Movie actor J. Carlton Adair came up with the concept for Lake Las Vegas in 1967, as Lake Adair. He acquired the land and water rights at the time, but in 1987 Adair went bankrupt, and Ronald Boeddeker got the land from the US Government. Transcontinental Properties got the land in 1990. In 1995, Henry Gluck, the former Chairman and CEO of Caesars World, became the co-Chairman of Transcontinental Properties. With Sid and Lee Bass, two tycoons from Fort Worth, Texas, he built the Lake Las Vegas community for $5 billion.