Top 10 Parks in Summerlin
There is no community in Southern Nevada with more parks than Summerlin – with over 300 parks of all sizes and type, including 30 Regional Parks. In fact, every Summerlin village is centered around a large community park or open space, while each of the community’s neighborhoods is required to have its own smaller parks, reflective of a planning requirement which dedicates significant acreage to open space, parks, trails and recreational use.
The community’s nearly two dozen major community parks range from 5 to 20 acres and feature an impressive variety of recreational amenities, including 16 tennis courts, 8 pickleball courts, 14 baseball/softball/t-ball fields, 11 basketball courts, seven soccer fields, three sand volleyball courts, community centers and pools, a football field, outdoor roller-skating rink, and several interactive water-play structures and shaded picnic ramadas.
Most parks across the Las Vegas Valley are operated by Clark County, the City of Las Vegas, the City of North Las Vegas, or the City of Henderson. Summerlin parks are operated by the Summerlin Council, unique to our city.
Fox Hill Park is an 18-acre park located in The Paseos Village and is part of Summerlin West at 231 Antelope Ridge Dr., adjacent to Vassiliadas Elementary School. This park opened in December of 2018.
The “adventure play-themed” park offers 20 play structures, including a 32-foot climbing tower, two zip lines, embankment slides, a giant climbing structure called the Orange Beast, custom swings, a climbing fort and a spinning machine.
There are also 4 covered picnic ramadas as well as an 18-hole disc golf course. Most holes in this course are 130-150′. Beginner friendly, moderate elevation, and scenic views.
The Willows Park is a 12.7-acre park located in the Willows Village and is part of Summerlin South at 2775 Desert Marigold Ln. This park features multi-sports facility with 2 lighted softball fields, a lighted full-size basketball court with 3 hoops and a children’s play structure, as well as a linear park which meanders through the village and includes another children’s play area and trail.
Four over-sized story book sculptures from Aesop’s Fables- “The Lion and The Mouse” and “The Tortoise and The Hare” – line the 4.6-acre park’s walkways as well.
The Willows Park is home to a resident-only swimming pool that features a beach style entrance, two water slides and a fountain, as well as The Willows Community Center that hosts a variety of classes and programs for residents.
The Willows Park also hosts practices for Summerlin South Little League’s softball divisions teams and younger baseball division teams. It has two softball-style fields with dirt infields and is fully lighted for night practices. The fields have no pitching mounds, fixed bases, or outfield fences.
The Vistas Park is a 24-acre park located in the Vistas Village and is part of Summerlin West at 11311 Alta Drive. This park is home to Summerlin’s first lighted football field, two lighted softball fields with a concession building, two lighted tennis courts, a lighted full-sized basketball court with 6 hoops, two children’s play areas, a group picnic pavilions and community restrooms.
The Vistas Park is home to the third resident-only swimming pool that features a large slide, a child’s lagoon with frog fountains, lounge areas with chairs, and a bathhouse. As well as the 7,900 sq. ft. Vistas Community Center that is adjacent to the Vistas Park and that hosts a variety of classes and programs for residents.
The Vistas Park is also Summerlin South Little League’s second home and is the home of their girl’s softball program. It hosts most softball games, some baseball games and tournaments, as well as practices for the 50/70, Majors, AAA, or AA Divisions. It has two regulation Little League fields (lighted for night games and practices and convertible to 50/70), a concession building, and bull pens for each field.
The Trails Park is a nearly 15-acre park located in the Trails Village and is part of Summerlin North at 9550 Trails Center Drive. This park features a lighted baseball field, two lighted softball fields, a concession building, two children’s play areas, splash pad, meadow area, full-sized basketball court, picnic tables & community restrooms.
The Trails Park is home to a resident-only swimming pool that features a lap pool, diving board, wading pool and a bathhouse. As well as Trails Community Center, which is the first community center in Summerlin and hosts a variety of classes and programs for residents.
The Trails Park is also the home of our interleague partner of Summerlin North Little League and hosts some interleague games and tournaments. It has two regulation Little League fields, one regulation field (60’6″ pitching rubber and 90′ base paths), all lighted for night games and practices. It also has shaded bleachers batting cages, bullpens, and a snack bar.
The Gardens Park is an 18-acre park located in the Gardens Village and is part of Summerlin South at 10401 Garden Park Dr. This park has a multi-sports facility that features a lighted full-size basketball court with 6 hoops, two lighted tennis courts, sand volleyball court, a skate park, a lighted bocce ball court, horseshoe and shuffleboard courts, children’s play areas, large open festival lawn area, picnic pavilions and community restrooms.
Also located in the park is the Gardens Community Center that hosts a variety of classes and programs for residents.
The Mesa Park is a 19-acre park located in the Mesa Village and is part of Summerlin South at 5401 Mesa Park Dr. and opened in 2004.
This park features beautiful mountain views with large open play areas, two lighted tennis courts, three lighted softball/baseball fields, concession building, a lighted full-sized basketball court with 6 hoops, tot lot, playground, BBQ area, covered picnic ramadas and community restrooms.
This park is also the home of Summerlin South Little League and hosts most of the league’s baseball games and tournaments, as well as practices for the Majors, AAA, and AA Divisions. It has three regulation Little League fields (all lighted for night games and practices and one with stadium seating), a snack bar, and the league’s batting cages.
The Arbors Tennis & Play Park is located in the Arbors Village and is part of Summerlin North at 610 Sageberry Dr. and opened in 2003. This park features five outdoor lighted tennis courts (including a stadium court), a pro-shop, and a full-time tennis instructor. The Arbors Tennis & Play Park is also 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, a lighted full-sized basketball court with 6 hoops, and open play areas.
Stonebridge Park is a 11-acre park located in the Stonebridge Village and is part of Summerlin West at 860 Cross Bridge Rd. This park opened in the Spring of 2021 and includes; lighted soccer fields, a lighted full-sized basketball court with 6 hoops, exercise area, 4 lighted pickleball courts, cornhole court, playground, lawn areas, shaded picnic areas, community restrooms and connectivity to the Summerlin trail system.
Endless community and neighborhood parks spark energy, creativity, lifelong play, and a love of the outdoors. And many events each month are planned especially for Summerlin residents.
The Paseos Park is a 12.5-acre park located in The Paseos Village and is part of Summerlin West at 12122 Desert Moon Rd. and opened in 2003. This community park includes a junior soccer/T-ball fields, a lighted full-sized basketball court with 6 hoops, a sand volleyball court, an interactive water play area, playground, a motorized toy area, picnic pavilions and open grass areas.
Since this park is located at the center of The Paseos village and can be reached by a linear park that traverses the village from north to south.
The Paseos Park also hosts practices for Summerlin South Little League’s Tee Ball Majors and Minors Divisions. It has two tee ball fields with all grass infields. The fields have no lights, fixed home plates, pitching mounds, fixed bases, or outfield fences.
The Pueblo Park is a 60-plus-acre linear park located in the Pueblo Village and is part of Summerlin North at 7663 Lake Mead Blvd. This park features a desert interpretive garden, two children’s play grounds, eight-foot-wide multi-use path, natural areas, picnic ramadas, a full-sized basketball court, open grass play areas and community restrooms.
As you can see Summerlin has no shortage of parks to choose from! These were my Top 10 Parks in Summerlin because of all the amenities that these awesome parks have to offer. Here is a complete list of all major parks in Summerlin.
Summerlin is an oasis in the Las Vegas desert. Away from the strip and downtown area, it’s an ideal place to call home. If you’re considering buying or selling a home in Summerlin, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I’ll get back to you personally and promptly. Thanks for visiting!
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