Summerlin offers more amenities than any other Southern Nevada master-planned community. This master-plan provides an active, outdoor, and healthy lifestyle to all its residents.
The community’s 300-plus parks and 200-plus miles of trails are the favorites of a large number of residents. However, Summerlin’s four resident-only private community centers, three with Olympic-sized pools, also offer many opportunities for social interaction, active play, and fun.
Summerlin’s community centers and pools have long played a role in nurturing the robust social infrastructure as host sites for classes and programming for children, teens, and adults; summer camps; seasonal celebrations; and as gathering and meeting places for community residents.
The first community center, The Trails, opened in 1995, is still one of the busiest hubs in Summerlin for learning and fun. All the community centers are also available to residents to rent for personal parties, weddings, and other gatherings.
Besides The Trails Community Center and Pool, which is located in The Trails Village, other Summerlin resident-only community centers with pools include The Vistas and The Willows. A fourth community center in The Gardens does not have its own pool, but is surrounded by basketball courts and other outdoor amenities.
At the three community pools, lessons and opportunities to participate in the Summerlin Seals team are available to resident children. All programs are offered through the Summerlin Council, the nonprofit arm of the Summerlin Community Association dedicated to the social enrichment of community residents.
Summerlin is also home to two public community centers that were designed, constructed, and funded by The Howard Hughes Corp. as part of its development agreement with local municipalities. These centers are operated by the city of Las Vegas and Clark County, respectively, and are open to everyone, regardless of Summerlin residency.
The Veterans Memorial Leisure Services Center and Pool, featuring an Olympic-sized swimming pool, a fitness center, classroom space, and outdoor recreation areas, is located within the city of Las Vegas. The Aquatic Springs Indoor Pool offers year-round water play and access via a 25-meter, 10-lap pool; a deep scuba pool; and a therapy pool with handicap access. The facility features tall overhead doors that, when open, create the feel of the outdoors and is located in Clark County.
The range of classes and programs offered at Summerlin’s community centers are as varied as the residents they are designed for, with everything from cooking classes to dog obedience, music classes, martial arts, arts and crafts, and more.
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