LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Clark County will reopen all of its tennis courts, pickleball courts, and disk golf courses throughout the Las Vegas valley on May 1.
The unlocking of tennis and pickleball courts will happen throughout that morning, and the county said it will also be replacing all baskets on the five disk golf courses by Friday afternoon.
The Club at Sunrise Golf Course will open on May 4 with tee times from 6 a.m. to noon. Tee times will be available for purchase here.
“Recreation has always been important for your physical health, but it is especially important now for your mental well-being during times of stress and uncertainty,” said Clark County Parks and Recreation Director Daniel Hernandez. “We are excited to start moving in the direction of reopening, even if it is a little at a time.”
Clark County operates 100 public parks, and a complete list can be found here. Officials said they are continuing to monitor the coronavirus situation and will keep the public advised of any further updates.
The county also recommended the Southern Nevada Health District’s website as an additional resource amid the pandemic.