On one level, the name of the Park says it all: an eight-acre public park on the southern end of the Las Vegas Strip, nestled between New York-New York and Monte Carlo. In reality, the Park is much more. It’s an urban oasis, a hideaway with a tunnel-like water feature and shade structures to provide a break from Sin City and from its desert sun. It’s a glorified walkway to T-Mobile Arena. It’s a public-art gallery—the 40-foot Bliss Dance sculpture, which depicts a naked woman dancing to her own beat, is one of the most recognizable pieces in town. And it’s even a culinary destination, with a beer garden and a number of restaurants flanking the southern side. All aspects considered, the park provides an entertaining way to get some fresh air in Las Vegas.