The Cliffs Village is the newest and most southernmost village in Summerlin’s master planned city. It is located at base of Spring Mountains at base of Spring Mountains. The Cliffs is an 450 acre residential village with single and multiple family homes.
Cliffs Town in Summerlin was founded in 2015. Faiss Middle School and Wet ‘n’ Wild are located here). It is Summerlin’s southernmost town, encompassing slightly more than 418 acres. The Regency is centrally positioned in The Cliffs Village. It is a 100-acre senior community built by Toll Brothers. This is Summerlin’s first new community in over 15 years.
The Cliffs Village, one of Summerlin’s most recent and southernmost settlements, is located at the base of the Spring Mountains. The Cliffs is a 450-acre residential single-family and multi-family village comprised of 1,700 residences spread across 11 villages. Regency is a 55+ neighborhood comprised of 425 homes on 100 acres. It is open to people of all ages.
Bishop Gorman High School, Wet n Wild, Faiss Middle School, Faiss Community Park, and Shelley Berkley Elementary School are just a few of the Cliffs’ attractions. The Howard Hughes Corporation created Aquatic Springs Indoor Pool and deeded it to Clark County for maintenance and operation as a public resource. The Cliffs are located in the county’s southwest section.
The Cliffs community encompasses an area of more than five acres. Oak Leaf Park has a demonstration garden, four pickleball courts, and a total of more than five acres of ground. Additionally, a demonstration garden, four pickleball courts, a climbing tower, and a central lawn with an open play area are included.
Clark County Parks & Recreation manages Aquatic Springs, Summerlin’s newest aquatic facility. The facility includes ten lanes for lap swimming and a shallower pool. Aquatic Springs is a division of Clark County Parks & Recreation.
Wet ‘n Wild Las Vegas is a water park in Las Vegas, Nevada. The park is part of the Wet ‘n’ Wild water park franchise, which Village Roadshow Theme Parks operates in places throughout the world. The park is located at 7055 S. Fort Apache Road, slightly southwest of the intersections of Sunset Road and I-215. It first opened to the public in May 2013.