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Mountain's Edge

More Mountain’s Edge Parks

Mountain’s Edge Regional Park (Built by Clark County)
Community residents also enjoy the benefits of the beautiful new Mountain’s Edge Regional Park, developed by Clark County through various funding sources. The 18-acre first phase is fitness-themed with several unique features, including a sports wall for racquet sports, soccer and other games, and a bike town area with miniature stop signs and crosswalks to teach young children how to safely ride bicycles and scooters. (Don’t forget the helmets!) A first for the Las Vegas Valley, an interactive series of 15 to 26-foot rings provide the park with both a distinctive entrance and a new outdoor climbing experience. Other amenities include exercise stations, multi-use turf fields, a meditation garden, a 1.5-mile walking trail, restroom and picnic facilities, shade shelters and lighting.

The 220-acre Mountain’s Edge Regional Park will be built in phases. A baseball complex is currently in the design stage. Future plans include hosting large community-wide events and activities, and having a regional center, cultural center, skate park, performing arts amphitheater, festival area, multi-use sports fields, practice softball fields, playground and spray feature, and enhanced picnic amenities with additional parking facilities.

To view the location of this park please see our Maps & Locations page.

Proposed Park
As the community continues to grow and nears build out, another neighborhood park is intended to be developed at Mountain’s Edge. This park also will be created with the master plan’s philosophy of conserving the environment and incorporating its natural beauty – while at the same time providing ample outdoor and recreational lifestyle amenities to everyone who chooses a new Las Vegas home at Mountain’s Edge.

Helen Stewart Park (Proposed)
From our city’s past comes one of its future parks. In the summer of 1884, Archibald Stewart was killed leaving his widow Helen to continue running the Las Vegas Ranch for the next 20 years. She eventually sold it to Senator William Clark of Montana in 1903 as part of his project for the San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad, soon transforming the area into the city of Las Vegas. Through her community and civic involvement and sought-after historical knowledge, Helen Stewart became known as “The First Lady of Las Vegas.”

To view the locations of these proposed future parks, please see our Maps & Locations page.