Places To Go

Some Days Are For Wondering

Where to grab your morning latte, or find the perfect pair of slingbacks. How to master just the right angle on the 8th hole, or choose a just-ripe tomato.

Whether date night might just need moved up to Wednesday.

What’s for dinner? Who’s winning? Is 3:30 PM too early for happy hour? The day is full of questions, and the answers are right here. Sit back and take in the wonder of it all.

Shop

Whether you’re out to adorn your table, your home, or yourself in a whole new look, Summerlin’s the place. From your neighborhood grocer to cosmopolitan shopping at Downtown Summerlin, you’ll find acres of shopping throughout our community.

Dine

What’s for dinner? In Summerlin, that’s a delicious dilemma, with a sampling of some of the community’s hottest restaurants, including: Andiron, BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse, Dave & Buster’s, California Pizza Kitchen, Grape Street, Lazy Dog, Makers & Finders, Maggiano’s, Nittaya’s Secret Kitchen, Public School 702, Red Robin, Sushi Loca, T-Bones at Red Rock Casino, Trattoria Reggiano, Vintner Grille, Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grille, just to name a few.

Stay

Get away to it all. Book your stay at one of Summerlin’s world-class resorts: Red Rock Casino Resort & Spa, J.W. Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa, or The Element, a boutique hotel. From full-service spa treatments to casual and fine dining, to bowling and movie theaters, it’s all right here.

Red Rock National Conservation Area

The neighborhoods of Summerlin are carved into the stunning backdrop of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for a reason: this 200,000-acre, federally protected playground holds international clout, and boasts more than 2,000 climbing routes. As one of the top five climbing destinations in the U.S., Red Rock gives hikers of all levels a choice of more than a dozen trails – from easy hikes for the whole family to more adventurous outings with double-digit mileage and 1,000 feet of elevation gain. Its scenic 13-mile loop is a hot spot for cyclists and runners. Adventure enthusiasts travel the globe to get a glimpse of these crimson beauties – and it’s all literally in your own back yard.

Red Rock Canyon

Catch a Game at Las Vegas Ballpark

In addition to serving as the 10,000-person capacity home to Las Vegas Aviators, the Las Vegas Ballpark hosts civic, community, nonprofit and sporting events. The festival-like atmosphere provides a wide range of seating options including 22 suites, party zones and decks, a kids’ zone, bars and a pool beyond the outfield wall. The Las Vegas Ballpark makes Downtown Summerlin not only a popular location to shop, dine and be entertained, but also as an emerging sports hub. 

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Las Vegas Ballpark

Hit the Ice at City National Arena

City National Arena in Summerlin serves as the team’s practice facility and administrative headquarters for the Vegas Golden Knights, and is also accessible to the public for public ice skating, skating academy, figure skating, youth and adult hockey leagues, and more.  

City National Arena

Catch a Wave at Wet ’N’ Wild

A great place for all ages to beat the heat! As one of the world’s most iconic water park brands, Wet ‘n’ Wild is Nevada’s largest water park, with more than 25 slides and attractions for families and thrill seekers alike.  Plenty of shaded areas, private cabanas for rent, and misting systems make sure everyone stays cool and has fun.

Wet N Wild Las Vegas

Make a Splash at Aquatic Springs Indoor Pool

This public indoor pool offers specified hours for lap swim and family swim times, private and group swim lessons, and swim programs for all ages, all year long.

Aquatic Springs

Climb an Atom at Luckey Climber

Who doesn’t want to explore the atom by climbing it? Downtown Summerlin’s Luckey Climber resembles an atom, but stands 24 feet tall and has 30 multi-colored platforms, inviting kids to explore various paths along its protons, neutrons and electrons. This unique climbing sculpture is designed by noted kid architect Spencer Luckey, and brings energy, laughter and play to problem -solving and spatial thinking. This is a fun, challenging gathering spot for Summerlin’s smallest residents.  

Located underneath The Pavilion. Open daily until 9pm.

Get Fresh at the Farmers Market

The Las Vegas Farmers Market offers a bounty of the freshest fruits and vegetables from the southwest, as well as authentic handcrafted European style breads and cakes, and local fresh breads and pastries. Shop amid the rainbow hues of blood oranges and many varieties of citrus, asparagus, beets, leafy greens, nuts, pasta, salad mix, avocados, squash, pomelos, bok choy, strawberries, fresh-cut flowers and bedding plants, and more.

Saturdays, 9am-2pm under The Pavilion at Downtown Summerlin

Get Fit4Mom Stroller Barre Class

Moms, it’s your turn to have a fit. Get energized with other moms and their babies through awesome strength training stroller-based workouts, while certified fitness instructors weave in songs and interactive activities for your little ones. Fun for all, and fit for you.

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday mornings, 9am-10am at Downtown Summerlin

Las Vegas FIT4MOM

Practice Your Golf Swing

Ten community courses. One incredible backdrop. And with nearly 365 days a year of constant sunshine, there’s nothing stopping you.

Summerlin holds one of the world’s first Jack Nicklaus-Designed Bear’s Best golf courses, and Nevada’s only two Tournament Players Club (TPC) courses.

Take in Some Art & Culture

Encore! From ballet to musicals, library events and art shows to concerts under the stars, this is the place. Cultural sophistication is a hallmark of life here in Summerlin. You'll find performances of multiple disciplines happening year-round in the Donald W. Reynolds Cultural Center, home of Nevada Ballet Theatre, and the Summerlin Library and Performing Arts Center. And be sure to visit the Warsaw Ghetto Remembrance Garden at Temple Beth Sholom, which is dedicated to the occupants of the infamous World Ward II enclave and features the nation’s largest collection of stones that once paved the streets of Poland’s Warsaw district.