Photo: Ron Mader, 2022 Bark (some rights reserved)

Henderson, Nevada – Among our favorite city parks: Cornerstone, 1600 Wigwam Parkway (in between Arroyo Grande and Stephanie). The park was a former quarry. Today that land has been converted into ample green spaces, trails, marshes and small lake (big pond). Please don’t feed the birds!

Google Map

Key Links
Cornerstone Park Phase II Master Plan

History: The park opened October 6, 2012.

Funded with a $16.4 million grant from the federal Bureau of Land Management

Birds: American avocets, great egret, black-necked stilt, long-billed curlew, ring-billed gull.

Resident species — pied-billed grebe, double-crested cormorant, Canada geese, snow geese, mallard, American coot, great blue heron, green heron, killdeer, Anna’s humming bird, Costa’s hummingbird, black phoebe, Say’s phoebe, cliff swallow, yellow-headed blackbird, and great-tailed grackle.

Bark in the Park
The parks hosts the annual Bark in the Park celebration the first or second Saturday in March.



Mining Sign, Cornerstone Park @cityofhenderson


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