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Mountain’s Edge Parks in Nevada

Mountain’s Edge Parks in Nevada

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Las Vegas has a lot of communities, and all of these communities have several Las Vegas homes for sale. When buying a house here, you have to consider these communities and see if they fit you and your family’s needs. These communities have a lot to offer after all, and not all of them are the same. Now, if you are looking for a community that will offer leisure, entertainment, and adventure in nature, then you might want to look at Mountain’s Edge Las Vegas. This master-planned community has three major parks that can be a good source of both adventure and relaxation. Read on for a chance to know more about these Mountain’s Edge parks!
 

Exploration Peak Park

Exploration Peak Park—more known as Exploration Park—is an 80-acre western-themed park sitting at the base of a mountain. Visitors will be able to see natural elements of Old West setting and find historical sites and objects such authentic sundials, western town with building replicas, an Indian village with web teepee climber, and even an archaeology dig site. The focal point of this Mountain’s Edge park is the Exploration Peak, a 2,846-foot-tall natural mountain complete with walking paths and bike trails that lead to the top, where stunning views of the Las Vegas Valley and Mountain’s Edge community await. Because of its expansive area and its desert landscape, Exploration Peak Park also serves as the venue of several events throughout the year.
 

Park Features and Amenities

  • Playground and equipment
  • Picnic Facilities
  • Walking paths
  • Biking trails
  • Water Spray Park
  • Outdoor amphitheater
  • Volleyball area
  • Horseshoe Pit
  • Restrooms
 

Nathaniel Jones Park

Nathaniel Jones Park has a more modern aesthetic compared to the Exploration Peak Park, considering the fact that it only opened back in 2012. The basketball court, paved pathways, modern playground equipment, and the splash park are the most notable features of this Mountain’s Edge park. Because of these, this park is a favorite among residents since the amenities cater mostly to children. Still, all the visitors can participate in various recreational activities around the park, relax under the sun and enjoy a simple picnic, or break a sweat by jogging around or playing a game of basketball.
 

Park Features and Amenities

  • Walking/Jogging Paths
  • Water Spray Park
  • Playground and equipment
  • Slides
  • Open Field
  • Outdoor basketball court
  • Picnic Facilities
  • Restroom
 

Paiute Park

The newest among the three parks, the Paiute Park offers a welcoming environment to enhance the outdoor lifestyle of Mountain’s Edge Las Vegas residents. This Mountain’s Edge park offers a lot of space and amenities for recreational activities for both kids and adults. Those who love the outdoors will surely have fun in Paiute Park. Not only that, but this park also honors the Paiute ancestors who occupied most of Southern Nevada and parts of the Colorado River, Southern California, and Utah. During the grand opening of the park in 2016, the Las Vegas Paiute tribe performed a traditional grass dance, while the chairman of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribal Council gave blessing by waving a feather.
 

Park Features and Amenities

  • Open multi-purpose field
  • Playground and equipment
  • Walking paths
  • Biking trails
  • Sand volleyball area
  • Basketball courts
  • Picnic facilities
  • Restrooms
 

Bonus: Mountain’s Edge Regional Park

The Mountain’s Edge Regional Park is a project developed Clark County. The first phase is a unique 18-acre fitness-themed area complete with a sports wall for racquet sports, soccer and other games. It also has a bike town area with miniature stop signs and crosswalks to the educate children in biking. Other amenities include exercise stations, multi-use turf fields, a meditation garden, a 1.5-mile walking trail, picnic facilities, shade shelters and lighting, and restrooms. More phases will be built soon to complete the 220-acre Mountain’s Edge Regional Park.

These various Mountain’s Edge parks give life to the residents and Mountain’s Edge community itself. If you happen to be in the community, or planning to move into Mountain’s Edge, these parks will surely make your stay in Las Vegas more exciting.

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