Knickerbocker Park at Providence
Located at 10695 Dorrell Lane, Knickerbocker Park in Providence Las Vegas was designed to offer incredible views of the Las Vegas Valley. Knickerbocker Park was named in honor of literary great Washington Irving, whose “Knickerbocker Tales,” a collection of stories from 19th century upstate New York include “Rip Van Winkle,” “The Headless Horseman” and others. Providence Las Vegas is dedicated to the literary arts and promotes reading lifelong love for learning.
Knickerbocker Park in Providence Las Vegas is a 15 acre park that cost a total of $2.2 million dollars to construct. The park includes two jungle gyms that have play areas for 2 to 5 year-olds and 5 to 12 year-olds. Features of the park include swing set, splash pad, youth baseball field, multi-use events field, jogging path with exercise stations and picnic areas.
Knickerbocker Park at Providence Las Vegas is also pet friendly. It features 2 gated dog parks for small and large breeds. Right outside of the dog park gates is a people and pet friendly water fountain so you and your pooch can stay hydrated.
Knickerbocker Park has also hosted many of Providence's events. The 4th of July event, "Stars, Stripes and Sparks", had the entire community raving about the incredible firework extravaganza. The 10-minute firework show incorporated a variety of multi-colored, patterned, color-changing special effects all while being choreographed to the music of popular patriotic songs. In addition to the fireworks, "Stars, Stripes and Sparks" featured live music, contests, food vendors, sponsor booths and an array of fun activities for the entire family within Providence.