Clark County is a place for community. Here, families enjoy wide-open parks surrounded by scenic landscapes, sprawling water parks and some of the most adventurous summer camps that your children have probably dreamed about.
Mountain’s Edge Exploration Park is a multi-use park for all ages which spans 80 acres. The park features an outdoor amphitheater, picnic areas, walking paths, exercise equipment — even a children’s bike town! Or, let the children go wild at the award-winning Sunset Park, which offers playgrounds, a splash pad, and courts for community sporting events.
Whether you are one or 100, Clark County has hundreds of family-friendly options to help you create memories for a lifetime.
of Clark County family households had children under 18
Parks throughout Clark County
Pools and Aquatic Centers in Clark County
Even an adult can feel like a kid again at Cowabunga Bay Water Park in Henderson, NV. Make a splash with the whole family on 16 slides and attractions across the park’s 25 acres.
Clark County offers 13 county aquatic centers and pools, including year round facilities and seasonal pools. No matter where you are in Southern Nevada, water is never far away!
Remember the joys of summer? The friendships forged, the marshmallows roasted over campfires, the excitement of learning a new skill or sport that you’ll carry with you for a lifetime.
You couldn’t find a place more better suited for these types of experiences than in Southern Nevada. Lee Canyon offers multiple youth camp experiences throughout the year, including archery sessions, wildlife identification, guided nature hikes with leave-no-trace education and more. Give your kids the summer of their life in Clark County.
In Clark County, there’s no shortage of kid-friendly parks and playgrounds. Over a hundred parks scatter the county, making access to a fun-filled afternoon in the great outdoors just a short drive away.
Let your children climb a maze-like safety netted structure at Mountain’s Edge Exploration Park, or watch them joyously dash through the water at Sunset Park’s splash ground. The county parks in Southern Nevada are meticulously maintained — providing safe, family-friendly experiences that are sure to bring the entire family closer together.
It’s no wonder more than 2.3 million call Southern Nevada home.