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5 Outdoor Things to Do in Summerlin

Summerlin is a great place to escape the craze of The Strip, without losing that Vegas feel! As the weather cools off, it’s a great time of year to spend outdoors, so here are 5 things to do in Summerlin, while getting your daily dose of fresh air and sunshine!

Things to Do Outdoors in Summerlin

Gardens Park & Las Vegas Farmer’s Market

Garden’s Park has everything you could ask for and more – basketball courts, tennis courts, volleyball courts, shuffleboard, bocce, and a children’s play area.  The park also has a large open lawn, picnic pavilions, and a community center where you can take classes.  Additionally, the park also hosts the Las Vegas Farmer’s Market, every Thursday from 4pm – 8pm.

TPC Las Vegas Golfing

Check out the stunning TPC Las Vegas Course, with a level of play for every skill set.  Whether you’re a pro, a resort guest, or just want to play a few holes, enjoy the beautiful, serene atmosphere at TPC. Also be sure to check out their outings and events, the gift shop, and their dining experiences!

Downtown Summerlin

Walking around downtown Summerlin is a great way to get a little sunshine and fresh air, and do some shopping! From Hot Topic to AT&T, downtown Summerlin has tons of places to buy clothes, shoes, accessories, and technologies, as well as restaurants, bars, and more!

The Willows Park

A local watering hole, if you’ll pardon the pun, The Willows Park features a pool with a beach-style entrance! At 12.7 acres, the park also features a children’s play structure, a community center with classes, and four oversize storybook sculptures from Aesop’s Fables! These beautiful works of art are sure to surprise and delight the young and old!

Red Rock Canyon

If you’re in Summerlin, you might as well head just a little further out of the Valley and check out Red Rock Canyon! This beautiful Natural Conservation area is great for hiking, walking, bike rides, drives, picnics, and more! The beautiful landscape is sure to entrance. Be sure to bring a camera, as you never know what wildlife you’ll see!

 

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