PARKS & TRAILS

With more than 450 acres of open space, Cadence makes it easy to get out and get active. Take a stroll through our parks and trails, like the 50-acre central park, complete with free Wi-Fi so you can stay connected. You can also pedal around in style on the various bike paths and help Fido keep his figure with visits to the dog park.

CENTRAL PARK

Central Park is a 50-acre expanse of turf areas, an amphitheater, pickleball courts, children play areas, six-lane lap pool, 2,000 square-foot splash pad, and free wifi and outlets to keep you connected.

The splash pad at Cadence's Central Park
Wide angle photo of the Cadence Central park showing the playground area
Rock Wall Water Feature in Cadence's Central Park
Cadence residents playing pickleball at the local sport courts
The pool at Cadence's Central Park

DESERT PULSE PARK

This 5-acre city park is home to a children’s play area, plenty of open space, and a special area for all your K-9 friends. The park is located within Cadence, but is maintained by the City of Henderson.

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DAKOTA DOG PARK

Within Desert Pulse Park is the Dakota Dog Park. The Dakota Dog Park consists of three areas with specific areas for little dogs and specific areas for big dogs.

NEIGHBORHOOD PARKS

Scattered throughout Cadence, these areas are perfect for when you just want to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors.

RIVER MOUNTAIN LOOP

Completed in 2012, this 34-mile long trail serves up everything the Mojave Desert has to offer. Hikers and cyclists can take advantage of the 12-foot wide paved path, and if you’re riding horseback there are secondary equestrian paths in certain parts of the trail.

River Mountains Loop Trail in Nevada

LAS VEGAS WASH

Wind your way through 13 miles of residential and desert landscapes, bridges and dry riverbeds along the Las Vegas Wash, with plenty of drinking fountains and shaded areas along the way.

LAKE MEAD TRAIL

Designated as a National Historic Trail, Lake Mead Trail is truly unique. Walk or bike along the elevated railroad through expansive tunnels all the way to the Hoover Dam.