The Sunset Park Pickleball Courts are a newer addition to Las Vegas that has garnered a lot of buzz in the community. The county wanted to improve and expand its parks system, and pickleball was the perfect solution!
The Sunset Park Pickleball Complex was designed with the help of Las Vegas Pickleball’s John Sloan and North Las Vegas Pickleball Ambassador Felton Hyche. With player-level insight used to make design decisions, the Sunset Park Pickleball Complex became a stunning facility that’s seen great success in Clark County.
Bringing Pickleball to Clark County, NV
Data proves pickleball is one of the fastest-growing sports, and USA pickleball players are always on the hunt for new places to play. Prior to the Sunset Pickleball Courts being built, most Las Vegas pickle ballers played at Durango Hills Park.
While Durango Hills is a nice facility, it isn’t nearly big enough to accommodate the constant flow of players wanting their turn on the court. That’s what sparked the idea for the Sunset Park Pickleball Complex.
The county invested millions in building an impressive pickleball complex, and it’s paid off, to say the least. The courts were booked up for tournaments more than a month before opening, with a long list of players and clubs looking to play at the new facility. This large complex will bring even more people to Clark County, boosting tourism in the town while providing locals with a wonderful public amenity.
The Sunset Park Pickleball Complex has a convenient, central location in Las Vegas that makes it easily accessible for locals and tourists. The park is about a 15-minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip.
Visit the Sunset Park Pickleball Complex for yourself at:
2601 E Sunset Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89120
The complex is open daily from 6 AM to 11 PM.
The Sunset Park Pickleball Complex consists of 24 pickleball courts. Each court has a concrete base with acrylic court surfacing. Permanent court lines, nets, posts, and sleeves are included in every court. Overhead lighting turns the pickleball complex into a late-night facility enclosed with a chain link fence and windscreens. Additional funds went into planting and irrigation plans around the courts, creating a complex that’s as beautiful as it is functional.
Courts can be reserved for $6/hour for non-tournament use and $10/hour for tournament use.
Tournaments must be scheduled in advance with the Sports Park Office to ensure enough courts are available. Four championship courts are set off individually with fencing for tournament play.
The Sunset Park Pickleball complex offers several amenities, including:
- 17 metal shade ramadas
- Tournament command center
- IT and Sports Park Office facilities
- Sports lighting
- ADA-compliant picnic tables, benches, and trash cans
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