When it comes to recreation, Las Palmas Ranch has something for everyone. Recreation options include two park areas, hiking trails, and of course the Las Palmas Swimming Pool Facility.
Las Palmas Swimming Pool Facility -
Located along Las Palmas Parkway between the Prominence and Legends neighborhoods, the Las Palmas Swimming Pool Facility features two pools and a spa (hot tub). The facility is open year round and includes restroom facilities, an outdoor shower, picnic tables, and a beautiful lawn area, just perfect for relaxing in the sun.
Pool Facility Hours: 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM (decreased hours during winter months)
Access Requirements: Your Las Palmas pool card is required.
The pool facility is available for small parties (i.e. birthday parties) for Las Palmas Residents. Please complete the Pool Party Request Form
to reserve your date.
All homeowners agree to abide by and follow the rules
posted at the pool facility.
The lap pool and spa are heated year round, and the main pool is heated from May through October.
Fieldcrest Park -
The Fieldcrest Park is located at the intersection of Las Palmas Parkway and Willow Creek Way (just opposite the Buena Vista Middle School ball field). This park features a playground structure, picnic tables, and BBQ area. The Fieldcrest Park is the perfect place to spend a warm afternoon relaxing under the beautiful shade trees and extensive lawn area.
Acclaim Park -
Located at the entrance to the Acclaim neighborhood, this park features two playground structures, picnic tables, and a large lawn area.
Hiking Trails -
There are two areas of hiking trails within Las Palmas Ranch. The first is located at the intersection of Garden Valley Way and Fieldcrest Lane. This dirt road and unimproved trail will take you into the JO Stallard Wilderness area. The second is located at the end of Las Palmas Parkway, near the entrance to the Crowne Point neighborhood. This fire road will take you though a wooded canyon and will end at the Canyon Park which is located at the upper end of Las Palmas Ranch Phase I. Please use caution when hiking in these areas as they are often frequented by native/wild animals.