Children and families came out in droves Wednesday, January 11, to Sorenson Park during Clark County’s “Snowpocalypse 2017!” The December opening of Clark County’s newest park came just in time for kids and snow lovers alike to test out its sledding hill.
This 4.8-acre park is located at the junction of Northwest 26th Avenue and Northwest 109th Street, and was developed in 2016 as part of the Greater Clark Parks District program, after many years of advocating and planning. It offers state-of-art playground equipment in two areas, open green and walking spaces, benches, basketball half court, picnic tables, nature play area that includes boulders, lily pads and a dragon made out of logs and, of course, the sledding hill.
Help support our Clark County parks by leaving a legacy in Sorenson Park with purchasing an engraved paver! Each 8″ x 8″ paver is just $125, and can hold up to three lines of text, up to 18 characters per line, including spaces. Funds raised through the sale of these pavers go back to support Clark County Parks. For more information, please click here.