Mountains Edge real estate in Las Vegas, Nevada celebrates the Old Spanish Trails. The 3,500 acre Las Vegas master plan is located in the southwest valley and is in close proximity to the 19th century historical path.
Mountains Edge named the mountain at the entrance to the neighborhood Exploration Peak and its first park Exploration Park.
The master plan wants to create a high quality of life by informing about the character and depth to create a sense of community. By showcasing the people who traveled on the land and their heritage it will give a sense of familiarity and home.
Paiute Park in south Las Vegas real estate is named after the first inhabitants of the valley, the Paiute Indians. Other parks include Helen Stewart, a founder of one of the first ranches in Las Vegas, John C. Fremont, named the Old Spanish Trail and Nathaniel Jones, a Mt. Potosi miner during the 19th century.
The real estate developer of Mountains Edge, Focus Property Group, formed a partnership with to assist in the efforts to create Open Space System and A Southern Nevada Regional Trail with Outside Las Vegas Foundation. The finished trail will connect recreational areas, public lands and Las Vegas master plans including Providence, Inspirada, Kyle Canyon in north Las Vegas and Mountains Edge.
The Open Space System, is a non profit organization connects people with cultural and natural landscaped of Southern Nevada, is creating plans and working many agencies to integrate the trails system. Recreational enthusiasts will enjoy, hiking, biking and enjoyment of the beauty of the desert.
The south Las Vegas real estate has access to biking and pedestrian interconnectivity, with paths and paseos, which when completely finished will link Exploration Park to public parks and every community in the community. The other neighborhoods will include 10 miles of trails within Providence Las Vegas and 20 miles within Inspirada.
Mountains Edge Las Vegas community celebrates The Old Spanish Trails.