Mountain's Edge developers realized the importance of outdoor recreational activity to the Las Vegas lifestyle, particularly for families. With this in mind, the community is planned around neighborhood parks, greenbelts, walking trails and a large regional park facility. Community parks include Exploration Park, Mountain's Edge Regional Park, Paiute Park, Helen Stewart Park, John C. Fremont Park, and Nathaniel Jones Park.
The western theme of the community is included in Exploration Park and includes an Old West-themed area and a Native American-themed area. Children will enjoy both the covered wagon-style play equipment and the teepee climbing structure. Mountain's Edge Regional Park is a 320-acre regional park centered on Arden Dome, also known as Tennis Shoe Mountain. Additionally residents can take advantage of the community's planned trails; some even wind up to the summit of the mountain.
The community has also been designed to conserve energy and water. The developer worked alongside water officials to find ways to make the community drought tolerant, without compromising the visual appeal. As a result, low-water usage plants were used for ground cover along roads and entries and turf areas are minimized.
For the full spectrum of entertainment, Mountain's Edge residents need only drive a few minutes into the heart of Las Vegas. The famous Las Vegas Strip is known for nightlife, fine dining, shopping and of course, gambling. There are also many excellent performing arts shows and art exhibits to enjoy.
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