The Summerlin Council owns and operates more than a dozen major community parks, offering residents a wide palette of outdoor recreational activities and sports. Each park is typically designed to accommodate a particular sport, and provides well-maintained open space for gatherings and spontaneous play.
Arbors Tennis and Play Park
Summerlin Tennis Club
610 Sagebury Drive
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”, a charming pint-sized Summerlin village.
Cottonwood Canyon Park
915 Canyon Bluff Circle
This linear park is situated within a natural wash an d runs the leng th 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 Crest dale Lane
This twelve-acre park has two full-size lighted soccer fields that can accommodate up to a dozen games simultaneously. The park also features a children’s play area and picnic ramadas.
10401 Garden Park Drive
A multi-sports facility, the Gardens Park features lighting in all of the play areas which includes two basketball courts, two tennis courts, a roller hockey rink, sand volleyball, a children’s play area, three horseshoe pits, three bocce ball courts, and three shuffleboard courts. Also located in the park is the Gardens Community Center that hosts a variety of classes and programs for residents.
The Hills Park
9100 Hillpointe Road
This 7-acre park features a large central picnic pavillion, open lawn amphitheater and stage, children’s play area, two lighted tennis courts, sand volleyball court, half baskteball court and seven picnic ramadas.
12122 Desert Moon
This 12-acre community park includes junior soccer/T-ball fields, a basketball court, a sand volleyball court, an interactive water play area, a motorized toy play area, picnic pavilions and open turf areas. The 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 Pueblo Park
7663 Lake Mead Boulevard
At nearly 62 acres, The Pueblo Park is a linear park that meanders through The Pueblo village, providing miles of uninterrupted scenery for walkers, joggers and skaters. Considered one of the most beautiful desert areas in the Las Vegas Valley , The Pueblo Park features a desert interpretive garden, full-court basketball, picnic ramadas, children’s play areas and trails with an exercise circuit.
3600 Ridge Hollow Drive
This 6.3-acre park, nestled near the foothills of the Red Rock mountains, features a lighted tennis court, basketball court, picnic pavilion, a children’s play area, an interactive water play area and restroom facilities.
Summerlin Centre Community Park
10588 Marketwalk Place
Summerlin Centre Community Park is located in the heart of the community along Town Center Driv e . The 20.4-acre park, lined with huge palm trees, features two full-size, lighted soccer fields, a practice soccer field, a picnic area, walking trails, a shaded children’s play area and restrooms.
The Trails Park and Pool
9550 Trails Center Drive
The Trails Park is one of the busiest parks in Summerlin with a lighted baseball field and two lighted softball fields that serve as the home of the Summerlin Little League. The 14.6-acre park is also home to The Trails Community Center, a swimming pool, wading pool, interactive water play area, basketball court, meadow, children’s play areas and linear trail featuring majestic views of the Red Rocks.
The Willows Park and Pool
2775 Desert Marigold Lane
A multi-sports facility, The Willows Park features lighted fields, a lighted basketball court and a children’s play structure, as well as a linear park which meanders through the village and includes a children’s play area and trails. Four over-sized storybook sculptures from Aesop’s Fables – “The Lion and The Mouse” and “The Tortoise and The Hare” – line the 4.6-acre park’s walkways. The 12.7-acre park is also 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.
11311 Alta Drive
Opened in Spring 2007, the Vistas Park includes two lighted 60′ baseball/softball fields, a lighted football field, two lighted tennis courts, a basketball court, a group picnic pavilion, several barbeque araes, a shaded children’s play area, and restrooms.