Summerlin Villages | Mesa Village

Established in 2004, this 504-acre village nestled against the awe-inspiring Spring Mountains is Summerlin’s southernmost village to date and is currently still building in Mesa Ridge. The stunning architectural style of this village draws those looking to surround themselves with the beauty of the desert Southwest.

Mesa Park, a 19-acre village park with little league fields, tennis and basketball courts, play areas for the kiddos, and walking trails, makes it a perfect centrally located park within the community. 

Several well-known builders have lent their craftsmanship to Mesa Village, including Woodside Homes, Richmond American Homes, Toll Brothers, Lennar, and Pulte. Houses range from 1,600 to approximately 4,500 square feet or more in both single and two-story plans. Each builder has a unique style and so much to offer. Some homes have elevated lots, while some are nestled into the side of a mountain. Living in Mesa Village in Summerlin is truly a visually stunning adventure into some of the finest homes in the Las Vegas Valley.

Mesa Village caters to those just starting on their homeownership journey, empty nesters who are looking to downsize, or large families looking for five bedrooms and three-car garages. At each stage of life, you can find what they’re looking for in Mesa Village. The luxury townhomes in Vista Dulce are ideal for those seeking lower maintenance, upscale residences. This Toll Brothers development features three-floor plans between 1,600 and almost 1,900 square feet.

If you have school-aged children at home, there are several summerlin homes for sale options to choose from. First, you have access to the excellent Summerlin schools within the Clark County School system. However, if you decide to go the private school route for your high school-aged children, you are also close to Bishop Gorman High School, the valley’s premier private Catholic college preparatory school encompassing more than 52 acres.

Mesa Park:

Located at 5401 Mesa Park Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89135

Mesa Park is a very popular and easily accessible 19-acre park with areas for the entire family. There is also plenty of parking for those times you might decide to bring the neighbors with you.


If tennis is your game, you have two tennis courts surrounded by our stunning Las Vegas mountains and lush open grassy area. As a bonus, these courts are open to the public.


If you’re more of a basketball kind of family, Mesa Park has a full-size basketball court for a quick pick-up game or a severe showdown with your most fierce rival team. However, if you don’t need the full court, there are three nets on each side, bringing the total to 8 nets for you to hone your b-ball skills.


Even if you need some open green space to throw a ball for your pets to retrieve, Mesa Park has that too. The design of the grassy area is brilliant since it’s essentially a “bowl,” so none of the balls thrown should go into the street unless you happen to play for the Aviators.


If you are having a get-together or want to cook up some food after a lovely day at Mesa Park, there is a barbecue area with shaded tables, trash cans, and barbecue grills. As the days heat up, you will be happy to know that this park offers plenty of shade. There are covered options around the BBQ and picnic areas. And the playgrounds offer some shade structures as well to keep the direct sun off the playground equipment. Of course, it’ll still be hot in the summer, but the shade is always a bonus in Las Vegas.


Mesa Park has not overlooked the littles either. There is a tot lot where they can play on all sorts of outdoor equipment. And there is a shaded play area with two sets of equipment, one for smaller children and one for older children.


Last but certainly not least, you have baseball and softball fields. You will find the Summerlin South Little League playing their hearts out in Mesa Park in the spring and fall. There are three different baseball and softball fields with plenty of shade for the spectators.  

If you’re looking to warm up or even just for practice, there is a batting cage. And who doesn’t need to grab something from the concession during a long day on the ball field? Not to worry, Mesa Park has that too, as well as an eating area centrally located within the baseball field areas. Mesa Park has everything you might need for a long day of watching the kiddos hone their skills, including restroom facilities.

Visitors will find plenty of parking in the various areas of the park. Those looking for a light cardio workout may be interested in the lap which runs from the parking lot, by the softball field, and back to the entrance, which is almost ½ mile.


If hiking and biking are more your style, Mesa Village is close to three trailheads that vary in length from 4.8 miles to 7.8 miles and are considered moderate in difficulty.

Flagpole Loop

Flagpole Loop is a 4.8-mile loop trail located near Mesa Village in Summerlin. When visiting this trail, there is a high likelihood that you will see wildlife. Once you live in Las Vegas, you know that wildlife is just part of our incredible landscape. Flagpole Loop is just that, a loop that has a rating of moderate. Many individuals use this trail for hiking and nature trips.

Bear’s Best Trail Loop

Bears Best Trail Loop is a 7.8 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Mesa Village in Summerlin also offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. Bear’s Best Trail Loop offers several activity options and is accessible year-round since the weather in Las Vegas is phenomenal. However, make sure you always bring water no matter what the season. BONUS…pups are also welcome to use this trail.

Permagrin & Flagpole Loop

Permagrin and Flagpole Loop is a 7.4-mile loop trail near Mesa Village in Summerlin that features beautiful wildflowers and is rated moderate. Permagrin & Flagpole Loop route is primarily used for hiking, running, and mountain biking.

Let’s chat

It’s easy to see why so many people love living in the Mesa Village in Summerlin. Mesa Village indeed does lend itself to the active lifestyle of its residents. So, when you are ready to start searching for your Mesa Village home, let’s chat, put together a plan and then make that dream a reality. 

If you enjoyed learning about Mesa Village, you may also enjoy learning about the Summerlin Villages that make up the northwest portion of the Las Vegas Valley.