Welcome to Summerlin North!
The Summerlin Master Planned Community is divided into four associations (Summerlin North, Summerlin South, Summerlin West, and Summerlin Centre), which oversee two dozen commercial and residential villages. In this article I will go over what villages entails in Summerlin North and their locations.
(It is important to note that Sun City, Siena and Red Rock Country Club are private village developments with their own master associations and they are not a part of Summerlin’s master community association structure or The Summerlin Council.)
Development of Summerlin officially commences with the community’s first village – The Hills in 1990. A 394-acre residential village, The Hills is anchored by The Hills Park flanked by Ernest A. Becker, Sr. Middle School and William R. Lummis Elementary School.
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Summerlin North Villages include: The Hills, The Hills South, The Pueblo, The Trails, The Crossing, The Canyons, and the Arbors. The zip codes for Summerlin North are 89128, 89134 and 89144.
Here is a historical timeline as to when each of the villages in Summerlin North were built, along with other milestones in this awesome community.
Summerlin North Villages
- The Meadows School opens as first facility in Summerlin: 1988
- Summerlin Parkway was completed: 1990
- The Hills: 1990
- The Hills Park opens: 1990
- First Family moves to Summerlin: 1991
- The Hills South: 1991
- Tournament Players Club opens: 1992
- The Pueblo: 1992
- The Trails: 1993
- The Trails Community Center: 1993
- The Trails Park: 1993
- The Trails Paseo Park: 1993
- Summerlin Library & Performing Arts Center opens: 1993
- Lummis Elementary School opens: 1993
- Becker Middle School opens: 1993
- The Crossing: 1994
- The Canyons: 1995
- The Arbors: 1996
- Summerlin Hospital Center Opens: 1996
- Palo Verde High School opens: 1997
- John W. Bonner Elementary School: 1997
- The Trails Village Center opens: 1998
- Nevada Ballet Theatre relocates to Summerlin: 1999
- JW Marriot, formerly The Resort of Summerlin opens: 1999
- Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church: 2000
- Sig Rogich Middle School: 2000
- College of Southern Nevada: 2000
- Veterans Memorial Leisure Services Community Center: 2000
- Bob & Sandy Miller High Tech Center: 2003
Living in Summerlin North
Summerlin North Amenities
Large community parks, which are available for free public use, are located throughout Summerlin. As of today, there are 25 community parks that feature a variety of recreational amenities, which may include: community centers, barbecue areas, walking trails, playgrounds, swimming pools, interactive water features, soccer fields, baseball fields, football fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball courts, bocce ball and shuffleboard courts, and motorized toy areas.
In addition, the parks with community centers typically offer special events, classes, and children's camps.
The Hills Park – 9100 Hillpointe Road, 89134
This 7-acre park features a large central picnic pavilion, open lawn amphitheater and stage, children’s play area, two lighted tennis courts, sand volleyball court, half baseball court and seven picnic ramadas.
The Trails Park and Pool – 9550 Trails Center Drive, 89134
The Trails Park is a nearly 15-acre park that features a lighted baseball field, two lighted softball fields, a swimming pool with bathhouse, wading pool, children’s play area, meadow area, basketball court and picnic tables.
The Pueblo Park – 7663 Lake Mead Blvd., 89128
The Pueblo Park is a 60-plus-acre linear park that features a desert interpretive garden, two children’s play areas, eight-foot-wide multi-use path, four-foot wide jogging path, natural areas, basketball court, open play areas and an exercise station area.
Arbors Tennis & Play Park – 610 Sageberry Drive, 89144
With five outdoor lighted tennis courts and a pro shop, the Arbors Tennis and Play Park is the home of Summerlin’s youth and adult tennis program. The park also features a unique custom-built tricycle tract for toddlers set within “Arborville,” picnic pavilion, lighted basketball court and open play areas.
Cottonwood Canyon Park – 915 Canyon Bluff Circle, 89144
This linear park is situated within a natural wash and runs the length of The Canyons Village. In addition to children’s play areas, the park is lined with trails. The park’s linear-design accommodates one of the most popular trail areas in Summerlin and is used by runners, strollers and roller-bladers alike.
The Crossing Park – 1111 Crestdale Lane, 89144
The twelve-acre park features two full-size lighted soccer fields, a shaded children’s play area, and picnic ramadas.
Oxford Park – 700 Anasazi Drive, 89144
This park features a 90’ stadium-style baseball field and open play are for residents' enjoyment.
Tree Top Park – 600 Sageberry Drive, 89144
This 5.2-acre park in The Arbors village features a T-ball field, a picnic pavilion and children’s play area.
The Trails Community Center
1910 Spring Gate Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89134
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The Trails Swimming Pool
Trails Swimming Pool is at 9550 Trails Center Drive and is open seasonally.
Saturday and Sunday only, 12 – 5 p.m.
Monday – Thursday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday – Sunday, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
- Resident adult: $4
- Non-resident adult: $7
- Resident child (2 – 17): $3
- Non-resident child (2 – 17): $5
Season passes are available for $35 per person. The Trails Swimming Pool is open to the public.
Pavillion Center Community Pool
Pavilion Center Pool is located at 101 S. Pavilion Center Drive. They offer a variety of amenities and is open year-round. This community pool is managed by the City of Las Vegas.
- Enclosed 50-meter X 25-yard indoor pool
- 14-lane competitive pool
- One-meter springboard
- Three-meter springboard
- Outdoor pavilion and party areas
- Swimming lessons
- Water exercise classes
- Homeschool classes
- Log Rog Rolling classes
- Springboard diving classes
- Available for birthday party rentals
Daily fees at Pavilion Swimming Pool are:
Kids 3 & under: FREE
Kids 4-17 years: $2
Adults 18-49 years: $3
Adults 50+: $2
Pool Membership Passes are available. The cost of passes is as follows:
Child (age 4-17): 1-month $15, 3-month $35
Adult (ages 18-49): 1-month $30, 3-month $70
Senior (ages 50+): 1-month $15, 3-month $35
Pavilion Swimming Pool is open to the public.
Summerlin North Community Association
2120 Snow Trail
Las Vegas, NV 89134
Hours of Operation
Monday–Friday 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday – Closed