Floyd Lamb State Park is a 2000 acre Nevada state park in Las Vegas, Nevada. The park contains the Tule Springs Ranch Historic Area which is an area that contains some of Las Vegas’ older buildings which were moved here over the years.
The area around the springs was a water stop for indians who frequented the area.
For part of its life, the area served as a dude ranch that was frequently used by spouses who needed a place to spend the 6 weeks it took to be able to obtain a divorce in the 1950s era.
The state acquired the park in 1977.
- State park website