2266 HENDERSONHAPPENINGS | Nov./Dec. 2020 Democracy
MAP A Black Mountain Recreation B BMI Pool
B Downtown Recreation Center
C Downtown Senior Center
D Henderson Multigenerational E Heritage Park Aquatic Complex
F Heritage Park Senior Facility
G Silver Springs Recreation Center H Valley View Recreation Center
I Wells Pool
J Whitney Ranch Recreation 1 Acacia Park & Demonstration 2 Allegro Park
3 Amador Vista Park
4 Anthem Hills Park
5 Arroyo Grande Sports Complex
6 Avellino Park
7 Aventura Park
8 Basic High Ball Fields
9 Bird Viewing Preserve
10 Boulder Creek Park
11 Brown Junior High School Park
12 Burkholder Park
13 Cactus Wren Park
14 Capriola Park
15 Cinnamon Ridge Park
16 Cornerstone Park
17 Desert Pulse Park
Arroyo GrandRose. St. Rose
Sun City Anthem
Visit cityofhenderson.com (search “Overview of Pools”) for more
information on pool features, admission, hours, and programming.
Not all features are available at all recreation centers. For more
information (availability, hours, activity calendars, etc.), visit
cityofhenderson.com; click on Recreation Centers in the Happenings
Adult Open Basketball
Gym availability is subject to change. Gym calendars are available online
and at the front desk.
Facility and Pool Rentals
Our recreation centers and pools offer a variety of rental options.
Reservations must be two weeks in advance of the rental date. For
details, contact the recreation center or pool. City of Henderson events
and programs have priority for all room usage. More information can be
found on the Aquatics and Rentals pages in this issue.
The City of Henderson offers support to Henderson residents needing financial
assistance to participate in recreation programs. Call 702-267-4AID (4243) or
visit cityofhenderson.com/FinAid. See the Youth Enrichment section of this
issue for more information.
Game rooms may feature air hockey, hoop shoot, pool tables, Foosball,
table tennis, board games, non-violent sports video games on big-screen
televisions, or seasonal sports video tournaments. Check online or at the front
desk for activities. A Participant ID card is required (see next page).
Healthy Henderson encourages people to get fit and stay healthy. See the
Healthy Henderson page in this issue for more information.
Free with a Participant ID card (see next page). Fourteen laps around
Henderson Multigenerational Center’s track is one mile; 12.5 laps at
Downtown Recreation Center is one mile.
Locker Rooms and Showers
Men’s/women’s/family showers and locker rooms at select
recreation centers. Showers at Heritage Park Senior Facility with valid
multi-fitness center membership (see this issue’s Memberships page) or
enrollment in a fitness/exercise class. Some restrictions may apply. Drop
in: $5 for adults, $3 for youth, teens, seniors, and veterans/military.
The City of Henderson offers a variety of affordable memberships to meet
your fitness and recreation needs. See the Memberships page in this
A Renew Active Benefit (see next page)
Jump on our treadmills, stationary bicycles, stair steps, and resistance weight
machines for a total body workout. Open during center hours. Ages 13-15:
waiver on file signed by a parent/guardian who must be present; ages 16 and
17: waiver on file signed by a parent/guardian. Resident prices: Pay as a drop
in (adult $5, youth/teen/senior/veteran/military $3) or purchase a membership.
Passes are non-transferable and non-refundable.