Are you hoping to find more thrilling Vegas experiences than staking out at the casino tables? Challenge yourself into trying out some extreme sports and adventurous activities such as Skydiving, Hot air balloon Ride, Flyboard, Exotic Car Racing, Machine Gun shooting, Axe Throwing and many more.
These are my Favorite Activities that you may like to try out the next time you visit.
~Trikke Las Vegas
It was fun getting on a three-wheel electric Trikke vehicles. The level of customer service and attention to detail was very satisfactory. You will find this place at Container Park and given some paperwork to fill out and helmets to wear. You get riding instructions and a few runs in an alley behind the meeting spot before heading out on the tour. You will learned about the history and the current developments in Vegas. It’s interactive and a great way to see the Downtown area up close and in the alleys.
~Vegas Indoor Sky Diving
Unique experience! You register yourself at the front desk, then the staff runs through all the basics of how to hold your body while flying, hand signals, and safety procedures. You are then geared up and then enter the wind tunnel area with a small group and the instructor. We each took turns whipping and turning in the air. It is pretty hot in the tunnel and my body started to get sore after a couple of times, it’s a good workout. Some spend about three minutes suspended over an indoor wind tunnel but with my weight I spend about probably 45 seconds each time. The staff were friendly and informative. I would recommend everyone trying this out for something unique to do.
An indoor glow-inspired amusement center featuring Laser Tag, mini golf, Rock Climbing, Skyscraper Ropes Course, Scale The City Climbing Wall, Ninja Challenge course, Spin Zone Bumper Cars, Bazooka Balls and Lazer Maze.
The place was clean and the staff were friendly. They even have a cafe and party rooms to throw private parties without closing the whole place down.
Glowzone Las Vegas is a fun place to release some energy and a memorable place for kids and adults.
~Number One Escape Room
I like the Red Riding Hood room. I would call to reserve the room but you can also reserve it online. The lobby is spacious and nice. The staffs are friendly. I noticed the design of the rooms are unique and I like the decor with a couple of high tech screen systems.
Red Riding Hood had way more diversity when it came to the types of puzzles compared to other Escape Room in town. What I like is there is not only locks to open but there are actually physical search for locks and thats what made it so much fun. We solved the room with 20 mins remaining.
This is one of the best Escape Room.
~Vegas Extreme Paintball
Gather some friends and family for a paint ball war. You will need to sign a waiver but I highly recommend filling it out online.
They have group discounts, just call them and they can give you a deal. We had minimum of 10 people and was able to get $40 for total but jackets and overall are extras. Call them for the latest price.
They have very well maintained air ball fields and one massive field in the back side. I heard it was built on an old golf course.
Inside they have an arcade and ping pong table. There are two large seating areas for big groups. One of those areas has a dry erase board if you want to use it for strategy with your team.
The staff is also very helpful, knowledgeable and friendly. There was a ref watching over all of our games at all times. Good Fun!
Take a break at Cowboy Trail Rides. An enjoyable way to spend a pleasant afternoon. I reserved the Coyote Canyon Ride on their website. You need to signed a release form. They had an option you don’t need to wear a helmet which is a good option. Then we got a complete safety briefing. Soon after we got matched up with the horses. Dusty, a mule was patient and he is very gentle and tame. There was a photo stop 10 minutes into the ride. The scenery is magnificent and we saw chipmunks and rabbits. You can take pictures while on the horse.
I like the fact that there are 52 horses/mules that take turns. The ride on the horse took an hour and thirty mins, which was perfect.
All of the staff members are very professional, friendly and knowledgeable.
~Adrenaline ATV Tours
You get picked up from your hotel at The Strip and head to Valley of Fire. The guides were friendly, knowledgeable and made sure we all have fun. I remember the name of the guide whom we followed on the ATV is Adam and the guide on Dune Buggy followed behind is AJ. They were well prepared and friendly. First they teach you to ride on a dirt and then everyone follows suits, nothing crazy if anyone is skeptical of riding. You get lunch and breaks and they take you to a spot where you climbed a small hill and see a beautiful view for photo ops. I got to experience both ATV and dune buggy too. The whole ride on ATV trails is about 24 miles and the ride, breaks, lunch and pick up and drop off and everything took 6 hours so give yourself plenty of time.
~Go Cart Racing
I like Gene Woods Racing Experience. If you didn’t wear closed toe shoes and socks you can rent for $2 and keep the socks. Lots of turns and long tracks and one of the fastest go carts I have been on. The attendants are very helpful and fun.
You sign a waiver and a trainer gives you a brief overview of how to hold the bow correctly and aim and to pick up the arrows when he says clear. It didn’t take long maybe 10- 15 minutes. After that we started shooting.
I got couple of bulls eyes. My hands hurt after a while so I would suggest bringing gloves. It was fun and a unique experience! Nice professional staffs. You can just wear sneakers and casual T-shirts.
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2 thoughts on “Fun Las Vegas Activities for The Adventure Junkie”
All of those sound great but I really would like the archery. Nice to know places besides the Strip.
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Hi Connie, next time you come to Vegas, let’s try archery!