Parks and Recreation in Boulder City

Looking to relax in Boulder City? Below is a list of amenities for you to enjoy, offered by the Parks and Recreation Division in Boulder City. View the amenities listed below, and click on the photo above it or the link below it to get more information about that amenity.

ABC Park

Located next to the Boulder City Library and Amphitheater, here you can find the Art Center, Weight Room, Youth Center and Gymnasium.

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Bicentennial Park

This park has 7 acres of beautiful green grass and trees for your enjoyment. This park is excellent for family get-togethers. The gazebo bandstand, built for the Bicentennial Celebration, is an excellent covered facility for special events. Bicentennial Park also includes a children's play area.

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Bootleg Canyon Park

This stunning desert park offers lots of hiking and mountain biking trails, all with spectacular views of Eldorado Valley.

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Boulder City Golf Course

A traditional layout, the Boulder City Golf Course features tree-lined fairways, and large receptive greens with water features on 7 holes. This par 72 golf course measures 6,600 yards from the back trees and has a slope of 117 for men and 123 for women.

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Boulder Creek Golf Course

This course features natural rolling terrain, diverse and extremely beautiful. A combination of oasis and desert themes and wide, lush fairways allow for excellent playability.  The lush fairways lead to subtle elevation changes, revealing beautiful vistas, cool creeks, colorful wildflowers, and smooth beach bunkers.

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Broadbent Park

This family-friendly park sits on 5 acres of green grass. The extensive facilities are available for reservations, so you can plan ahead for your family picnic or other outing.

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Del Prado Park

This small, intimate park sits on 2.5 acres of green grass. Its located right off Utah Street. It has many wonderful features, including its beautiful gazebo and spacious basketball courts.

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Frank T. Crowe Memorial Park

This small, centrally-located park sits on 1 acre of open green grass, right on Boulder City's main street. Its a quiet place to watch the town go by and have a picnic. There is an annual Christmas tree lighting held here every year.

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Hemenway Valley Park

This park is comprised of approximately 10 acres and includes playground equipment, gazebos, basketball courts, horseshoe pits, 2 lighted tennis courts and 2 lighted softball fields. One of this park's main attractions is the large herd of wild Bighorn Sheep that come down from the mountains to water and graze each day. This lovely park enjoys a fantastic view of Lake Mead.

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Lakeview Park

Located near Walker Way and Pyramid Lane, this 3/4 acre park includes a tot lot with playground equipment, basketball court, picnic tables, barbecue grills, trees and green open space.

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North Escalante Park

Located next to the Boulder City Hall and other municipal buildings, this park has beautiful views of down town Boulder City. Close to shopping, dining and other conveniences, its also a nice spot for a rest in the shade to people watch.

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Oasis Park

There are 5 acres of beautiful open green area in the Lewis Homes Subdivision off Sandra Drive. Enjoy the ball field, basketball courts, playground equipment and gazebos.

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Pool & Racquetball Complex

The Boulder City Parks and Recreation Department operates the swimming pool and racquetball complex located on the corner of Avenue B and 5th Street. Annual passes and 15 and 30 punch passes are available and are on sale at the pool complex.

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Recreation Center

The Boulder City Recreation Center offers a large indoor recreation area including classrooms and a gymnasium.

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River Mountain Loop Trail

The River Mountains Loop Trail is approximately 34 miles in length and surrounds the River Mountains connecting Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Hoover Dam, Henderson, Boulder City and the rest of the Las Vegas Valley, expanding recreational and alternative transportation opportunities for the region’s growing population.

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South Escalante Park

Located next to the Boulder City Hall and other municipal buildings, this park has beautiful views of down town Boulder City. Close to shopping, dining and other conveniences, its also a nice spot for a rest in the shade to people watch.

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Teddy Fenton Memorial Park Reflections Center

A beautifully landscaped area at the corner of Colorado and Railroad Streets. There are 7 sculptures, changing each year, that may be enjoyed from any of the many park benches provided along the walkway.

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Veterans' Memorial Park

This park is comprised of 25 acres of land and includes 4 lighted multi-use ballfields, 2 beach volleyball courts, restrooms, a 3 acre fishing pond, model boat pond, soccer fields, skateboard and bike park, splash park, gazebos, horseshoe pits and acres of open green space.

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Whalen Baseball Field/Bravo Softball Field

These fields accommodate youth and men's and women's baseball and softball leagues, and youth soccer programs. Together, they cover approximately 7 acres.

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Xeriscape Park

This small, 1/2 acre park features a small playground area for children. It is also a desert demonstration garden featuring plants and trees indigenous to this area.

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