Las Vegas Park

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Overview

Las Vegas Park is a neighborhood park, just shy of two acres in size, located between Las Vegas Drive and Granada Avenue south of Stadium Boulevard in southwestern Ann Arbor. View the Ann Arbor Parks & Nature Areas Map for location context. The park has a large grassy​​​ field, a play structure, a small half basketball court and an accessible paved path going through the park. There is some lighting near the basketball court. Next to the playground are some honeylocust trees providing shade, and within the park there are a variety of trees including London plane trees, red maples, littleleaf lindens and more.​

​​Park Notices

Unless otherwise posted per City Council resolution, when a park is closed, no person shall remain in or enter it other than to quietly sit or walk.​

Refer to Chapter 39 of the City of Ann Arbor Code of Ordinances for park regulations and rules.

Park Hours

6 a.m. – Midnight

Amenities

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Bottle fill​ing

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Playground

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Paved Path

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Half Basketball Court

 

Open Field

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Picnic Tables​​

 

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Access and Parking

The park is openly accessible on its western side along Las Vegas Drive and along its eastern side along Granada Avenue. Both of these streets have street parking.

The park is accessible by foot and bicycle using the surrounding neighborhood streets. The streets immediately surrounding the park have sidewalks. Stadium Boulevard, the nearest large thoroughfare, has bike lanes and side walks. There are no bike racks at the park.

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Public Transportation

There is a bus stop​ on Stadium about a 5 minute walk from the park. ​​Visit TheRide for schedule and route details or check out the parks ride guide. ​​​​

History​​​

Ann Arbor's city parks sit on the ancestral and traditional homelands​ of several indigenous Native peoples. Read a land acknowledgement​​ from the city and learn more a​bout the early history of the land here.​​

The park was acquired by the city around 1960 as the surrounding neighborhood was developed.​



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