Clark County Fair & Rodeo
Logandale, April 10-14, 10 a.m – 11 p.m.
Come to Logandale (57 miles from Las Vegas) for the 54th annual Clark County Fair & Rodeo. The event features a carnival, rodeo competitions, Wrangler Million Dollar Tour, concerts, arts and crafts, livestock show and big game raffle. Website: www.ccfair.com
Horses Wild Joker Run and Duathlon and Barnes Canyon Mountain Bike Trails
Caliente, April 13
Featured are a 28K trail run and 30k mountain bike/trail run duathlon, both of which are aimed at satisfying all your adventurous needs on the backcountry trails of Lincoln County. Website: www.rockyroadadventuresnv.com or call director Kristal Romans at (775) 513-0432.
April Showers Wine Walk
Elko, April 13, 4-7 p.m.
Pick up your map and cup at the commercial casino and make your way through downtown sampling wines. There will be a costume contest for best umbrella. The wine walk offers a designated driver program. Must be 21 with valid ID. $25 per person. Website: www.everythingelko.com/event/april
Las Vegas Highland Games
Las Vegas. April 13-14, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs
Celebrate all things Celtic with numerous traditional Celtic athletic events as well as piping, drumming and a shortbread competition. Many types of food will be available for purchase. Admission $5 – $30. Website: www.lasvegascelticsocieity.org
Springtime is just right for exploring some of the most popular hiking trails in downtown Reno. The Oxbow Nature Study Area Trail, located off Dickerson Road, and the Tom Cooke Trail in west Reno offer a low-key outdoor experience for beginners. The Tom Cooke Trail is part of the urban trail system which is maintained by the City of Reno Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department. Website: https://www.alltrails.com/ explore/trail/us/nevada/oxbow-nature-study-area-nature-trail