New, renovated parks around the Las Vegas valley just in time for summer

Posted: 10:36 PM, May 11, 2018
Updated: 2018-05-25 00:50:06Z
New, renovated parks around the Las Vegas valley
New, renovated parks around the Las Vegas valley
New, renovated parks around the Las Vegas valley

As summertime approaches and families prepare for the end of the school year, several local parks are putting their best foot forward to accommodate visitors from around the Las Vegas valley.

Whether they are new or renovated, the parks we have selected are offering a fresh new option for those looking to have fun outdoors this year.

Here are a few more details about the local parks:

Address: 415 South 15th Street near Charleston Boulevard and Maryland Parkway

  • Opened December 2017
  • Basketball court
  • Shaded playground for kids 2-5 years old
  • Shaded picnic tables
  • Jogging and walking paths
  • Four exercise stations
  • Bike racks

Address: 800 Upland Boulevard near Charleston and Jones boulevards

  • Remodeled 57-year-old park
  • Splash pad
  • Multiple basketball courts
  • Two dog runs for small and large dogs
  • Walking path
  • Water fountains for both people and pets
  • Updated parking and landscaping
  • Open grass turf
  • Three shade structures
  • Four exercise stations
  • Picnic tables and BBQ grills
  • Repaired baseball field

Address: 2801 West Oakey Boulevard near Sahara Avenue and Rancho Drive

  • Currently undergoing renovations and will open in late-June.
  • New jogging path
  • New restrooms
  • New splash pad
  • Playground
  • Picnic tables

Address: 650 North Tenaya Way near Washington Avenue

  • Currently undergoing renovations and will open in early-June.
  • Pickleball court
  • Basketball court
  • Splash pad
  • Shade shelters

Address: 3548 North Durango Drive near Gowan Road

  • New pickleball courts just opened in March 2018

Address: 1100 East Saint Louis Avenue near Maryland Parkway

  • Renovations to begin this summer.

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Henderson also has some renovations of their own at their city parks. 

Haley Hendricks and Saguaro Parks are getting two Sway playground pieces which will be completed in a couple of weeks. A Sway playground piece is basically an all-inclusive piece of equipment for both children with or without disabilities. The equipment was donated.

Henderson is also adding access from the neighborhoods surrounding Whitney Mesa Neighborhood park as well as adding a new swing set.

Reunion Trails, Hayley Hendricks, Potenza, Morrell, and the Black Mountain Recreation Center are all adding shelter over their playgrounds for shade.

The city is repairing and/or replacing the playground surfacing at Rodeo, Stephanie Lynn Craig, Horizon Crest, Morrell, Saguaro, Green Valley, and Amador Vista.

Hard court surfacing is going to be repaired and resurfaced on the tennis court, basketball court, and shuffleboard court at Paseo Verde Park.

Lastly, the city of Henderson will be adding additional access trail areas to the homes on the west side of Whitney Mesa Park. Whitney Mesa Park will also be adding a new swing set area.