Welcome to Eagle Hills
A lush retreat in the desert.
Eagle Hills is a guard-gated community located in the master-planned community of Summerlin. Just a few minutes away from Downtown Summerlin, Eagle Hills residents can enjoy the serene neighborhood setting or venture out for a night on the town.
Eagle Hills is best known for being a community with beautiful tree-lined streets that lend to a midwest feel, designed to be a green escape from desert life. With its gorgeous park setting, tree-lined streets, playground, basketball court, and tennis courts, this gated community proves highly desirable.
Homes range in size and are custom-built for their inhabitants. This neighborhood is definitely for those with ritzy and refined tastes, with $1 million homes on the low end of the price range.
What to Love
- Luscious and green landscape
- A 10-minute drive from Downtown Summerlin
- Close to the Trails Village Center
People & Lifestyle
The suburban setting makes Eagle Hills a great place for professionals, retirees, and families alike. This neighborhood showcases a large range of architectural styles to appeal to many a discerning palate. Close to parks, walking trails, shopping, and dining, you’ll find all you need to live a full life in one of Summerlin’s premier suburban gems!
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
Get a strong sense of community pride by stopping by a Las Vegas Golden Knights
hockey game or catching a touchdown at a Las Vegas Raiders
football game. If musicals, plays, and live music are more your scene, head to The Space
performing arts center to watch a show.
is a great shopping center to find chic women’s clothing stores like Anthropologie
or small mom-and-pop businesses like With Love and Co.
, where you can purchase handmade natural skincare products. Another shop loved by locals and worth stopping by is T-Bird Jewels
, located in The Trails Center. T-Bird Jewels is a custom jewelry store and an official Rolex dealer, as well as a watch and repair spot for all your high-end accessory needs.
With so many fine restaurants to choose from, you will never run out of places to eat. For a delicious local favorite, Nitaya’s Secret Kitchen
serves up Thai food that focuses on seasonal produce. With an American/European flair, Americana
is available for a fine dining dinner experience, with an award-winning brunch on the weekends.
Things to Do
There are several community centers, parks, golf courses, walking trails, and annual events to keep yourself busy in Eagle Hills.
If you’re vegan or simply trying to get a taste of the veggie life, stop by Vegas Veg Fest
, where entry is free, and attendants can taste a plethora of different vegan and vegetarian cuisines. If you’re more inclined to drink some tasty beers and are philanthropic to boot, be sure to check out Brew’s Best Beer Fest
. Not only will you be able to try a variety of brews, but you’ll also be supporting the nonprofit charity New Vista
, which is dedicated to helping families with children and adults with intellectual development disorders such as autism spectrum disorder and Down syndrome, among others.
Willows Park Community Center
is a perfect family- and dog-friendly destination where you can hang out on the playground, shoot some hoops, take a walking trail, or simply get some fresh air. If you’re after a gorgeous day of soaking up rays and swinging some golf balls, Red Rock Country Club
is one of many luxurious golf courses you can visit. With two courses with stunning natural surroundings and scenic views, you can’t help but enjoy a relaxing day with a few pals.
There are several prestigious schools within close range of Eagle Hills, some of which include:
- The Meadows School, private, grades K-12, college preparatory school
- Faith Lutheran, private, grades PK-12, Christian college preparatory school
- Adelson Educational Campus, grades PK-12, Jewish college and career preparatory school
- Merryhill Elementary School Summerlin, private, grades K-6, fostering creativity with a focus on technology
- The Alexander Dawson School, grades PK-8, independent, Nevada’s first Stanford University Challenge Success partner school
- West Career & Technical Academy, grades 9-12, college preparatory with a focus on cutting-edge technologies
- Bishop Gorman, private, grades 9-12, Catholic college preparatory school
- Challenger School, grades PK-8, focus on well-rounded education in all subjects