Parks and Trails

Boulder Mountain Pickleball courts are among the busiest amenities in Las Sendas.
Sonoran Hills Tennis Courts at the Boulder Mountain Parke consists of four private courts including a stadium-style court. The Trailhead tennis center consists of two courts adjacent to the fitness center and Trailhead Pool.
The Boulder Mountain and Trailhead multi-functional swimming facilities provide a play pool integrated with a lap pool, separate children's wading pool and a luxurious spa with scenic views.
Boulder Mountain Parke, Sonoran Heights Parke and Desert Foothills Parke, totaling 28 acres, are completed with extensive amenities such as:
  • lighted basketball courts
  • lighted volleyball courts
  • lighted pickleball courts
  • bocce ball court
  • splash pad
  • large grassy play areas
  • softball or soccer field for daytime play
  • play stations and swing areas for children
  • covered ramadas
  • barbecue grills
  • seating areas
  • bicycle racks
  • restroom facilities and drinking fountains
  • walking and biking areas.
The entire community is integrated by miles of natural desert and hard surface pathways for walking or biking, as well as leading you to the recreational and school areas within Las Sendas. Some of the natural desert trails lead you to intimate settings or lead you onto the Hawes Trail, a part of the Tonto National Forest which is Las Sendas' northern boundary.  For more information about the Hawes Trail System, please visit the Hawes Trail Alliance. 
Las Sendas Community Map
Las Sendas Statues 
The Las Sendas community is proud to own and display this unique residential art collection.  We hope you enjoy discovering these figures and learning the stories of the people they represent.
1995  Developers, Scott Walker and Buddy Johnson, purchased 16 bronze sculptures for their planned community  “Falcon Ridge” They placed the figures along hiking trails. Their choice of subject was based on their perception of the individual’s contribution to the 20th century.
1995  Blandford Homes took over the project which, in addition to the land, included the statues and renamed the development “Las Sendas”.
1995 – 2002  Many of the pieces were relocated from the trails to more visible sites.
2007 Ten of the pieces remained on the property.
2016 The Las Sendas Community Association put plans in place to have four of the pieces still on trails, moved to more public areas.
2017  All of the pieces were cleaned, and polished for the first time in 22 years.  Missing identification plaques were replaced.
2018  Relocations were completed, minor repairs were made, lighting was added to nine of pieces, and landscaping was improved at all of the statue sites.  In addition plans were put in place for ongoing annual maintenance of the entire collection.