The city of Henderson, Nevada makes every effort to put every square inch of city property to good use. The city parks reflect this effort. No matter where you live, or where you are coming from you will find that Henderson is a well-planned city with parks that are designed to keep people, locals and visitors, coming back to them.
When I arrived at Sunridge Park the sun still had not risen above the mountain that bordered it on the east side. But, there were already a few people walking through and around the park. The park appears to be a place where locals frequent to get their exercise. Their ages ran from teen to seniors, with a couple of moms and toddlers showing up to put the playground to good use. One mom told me that she brings her kids her to tire them out so that she can get some rest. In the less than 2 hours that I was there a softball team showed up for practice, and a couple of men showed up at the tennis courts. Dogs were on leashes, but I did not see a dog walk.
All reservations are on a first come first serve bases. Reservations must be made 2 weeks in advance. For more info: http://www.cityofhenderson.com/henderson-happenings/facilities/rental-information/park-and-trail-reservation-information
Park amenities: 18 acres, picnic table, playground, baseball/softball fields, barbecues, open grass area, restrooms, covered picnic shelters, lighted tennis courts, lighted volleyball courts, lighted basketball court, open grass and multipurpose field. Walking paths are paved and easy walking.
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