The Cliffs

The Cliffs Town in Summerlin was established in 2015 and is currently home to Faiss Middle School (2007) and Wet ‘n’ Wild (2013).

The Cliffs Town in Summerlin was established in 2015 and is currently home to Faiss Middle School (2007) and Wet ‘n’ Wild (2013). It is Summerlin’s southernmost village, spanning just over 418 acres, and is the city’s most southernly located village overall. At the heart of The Cliffs Village lies The Regency, a 100 acre, age qualified community designed by Toll Brothers that is the first new neighborhood to be built in Summerlin in more than 15 years.

The Cliffs Village is one of the newest and southernmost villages in the master planned city of Summerlin, and it is located at the base of the Spring Mountains at the base of the Spring Mountains. The Cliffs is a 450 acre residential single and multi family village that will have 1,700 residences in 11 communities during the course of its development. This includes the age qualified neighborhood of Regency, which will consist of 425 homes on 100 acres and be open to people of all ages.

The Cliffs amenities include Shelley Berkley Elementary School, Faiss Middle School, Bishop Gorman High School, Faiss Community Park, Wet ‘n’ Wild water park, and Aquatic Springs Indoor Pool, which was built by The Howard Hughes Corporation and deeded to Clark County for the purpose of maintaining and operating as a public facility. The Cliffs is located in the southwest part of the county.

The Cliffs settlement has a total land area of more than five acres. A demonstration garden and four pickleball courts are among the amenities at Oak Leaf Park, which was just completed and includes two shaded playgrounds, a climbing tower, a central lawn and open play area, shaded picnic shelters, and even a climbing tower. Aquatic Springs is the newest aquatic facility in Summerlin, and it is operated by Clark County Parks & Recreation.

This facility has 10 lap swim lanes as well as a shallow water pool that is warmer. Aquatic Springs is a division of the Clark County Parks and Recreation Department. Wet ‘n’ Wild Las Vegas is a water park located in the Nevada city of Las Vegas.
The park is a part of the Wet ‘n’ Wild franchise of water parks operated by Village Roadshow Theme Parks, which has locations all over the world. Located at 7055 S. Fort Apache Road, just southwest of the I 215 and Sunset Road intersection, the park first opened its doors to the public in May 2013.

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