Enterprise is located on the eastern side of the Las Vegas, Nevada area and is a suburban neighborhood home to 110,000 residents. This community has the feel of a typical suburban town with family houses, local parks, and community amenities dotting its landscape. However, its proximity to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip, located just 3 miles west, infuses the neighborhood with a uniquely Las Vegas character and exposes it to its flashy neighbor's positive and negative impacts.

Local Attractions

Local attractions in Enterprise, Las Vegas include:

  • Wet'n'Wild Las Vegas. A water park with various slides, pools, and family-friendly attractions. You can ride the Colorado River Rapids, hang out in the lazy river, or plunge into one of their many slides.

  • Cowabunga Bay Water Park. This family-friendly park is home to some of the most exciting water rides and attractions in Las Vegas. With 19 water slides and 15 different pools, it has something for everyone wanting to cool off from Nevada's hot summer heat.

  • Sam Boyd Stadium. Home of the UNLV Rebels football team, this stadium is just minutes from Enterprise. Catch one of their games or attend various other sporting events and concerts hosted throughout the year.

  • Coyote Grove Park. This quiet little park is perfect for a picnic or a stroll. It has a playground, hiking trails, and even an outdoor theater where you can enjoy free concerts during the summer months.

  • Stoney's Rockin Country. Stoney's Rockin Country is the perfect spot to go two-stepping and line dancing for those feeling a bit more adventurous. With live bands and DJs playing all your country favorites, it will surely be a fun night out.

  • Lions Tavern. Step into the Wild West at Lions Tavern, a cozy bar and restaurant that offers classic American food, live country music, and even line dancing lessons. It's a great spot to grab a bite, drink with friends, or just relax after a long day.

Cost of Living

The cost of living in Enterprise is relatively low compared to other cities of the same size. According to Numbeo, Enterprise's cost of living index is 56.21% lower than in New York City. Rent prices are significantly lower than in other parts of Las Vegas, with an average two-bedroom apartment renting for about $1,100 monthly. Groceries, clothing, and entertainment costs are also quite affordable. 

Overall, Enterprise offers an excellent quality of life at a portion of the cost compared to more expensive cities in the United States.