The most significant goal of Providence’s outdoor spaces is to create an environment where people can come together and get to know one another. Our parks, streetscapes, and miles of paved trails have been thoughtfully designed to encourage exercise, sports, fun, and public gatherings while maintaining a local, environmentally conscious composition.
7195 Egan Crest Lane (Elkhorn Road and Egan Crest Lane)
The Promenade is a linear walking park that serves as the community's centerpiece. The Promenade provides seating, lush landscaping, and a fun interactive playground.
10695 Dorrell Lane (Shaumber Road and Dorrell Lane)
Located in the southern area of the Providence community, Knickerbocker Park is a multigenerational park with breathtaking views of the Las Vegas skyline. For fitness enthusiasts, there are multiple workout stations throughout the nature trail located in the southern portion of the park. Play a friendly ball game on the dedicated baseball field. Kids can enjoy year-round fun at the playgrounds, cooling off in the hot summer months at the splash pad. Four-legged family members can also meet new friends in the large and small dog parks.
Park reservations contact The City of Las Vegas at 702-229-2279. Knickerbocker Park Rules & Regulations
10325 Farm Road (Farm Road and Egan Crest Lane)
Located in the northern area of the Providence community, Huckleberry Park is the perfect place to meet up with friends and neighbors for team sports activities. This park includes basketball, tennis, pickleball courts, and multi-use fields. Kids can enjoy year-round fun at the two playgrounds and cooling off in the hot summer months at the large splash pad. Four-legged family members can also meet new friends in the large and small dog parks.