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Sunset Park is one of the largest public parks in Las Vegas, and has served the entire Las Vegas valley since 1967.
This oasis in the desert offers a little bit of something for everyone in Las Vegas. The park has tennis, sand volleyball and basketball courts, softball fields, a disc golf course, playgrounds, a dog park, walking and jogging trails, a 14-acre stocked lake where you can fish for free (with a fishing license) and plenty of open spaces.
The Sunset Park pond has provided fishing opportunities to Las Vegans for over 20 years. The entire shoreline is accessible for fishing, although during some RC Boat events parts of the southwest shoreline may be closed to fishing.
Sunset Park Fish Stocking
Sunset Park Pond is stocked twice monthly with about 23,000 rainbow trout from January until March and November and December, and with nearly 5,000 channel catfish monthly from April through October. Other fish present include bluegill, redear sunfish, black crappie, and largemouth bass.
Updated stocking schedules are available from the Lake Mead Hatchery hotline at (702) 486-6738.