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When you’re looking for some thrills with fun activities that will give you an adrenaline rush, head to one of the amusement parks or sports centers around Nevada. Several destinations around the state cater to families and travelers looking for some activities that will get their heart racing or put their sports skills to the test.
You could spend the day at the All American Sportpark is just a few miles from the Las Vegas Strip and is the only place in the city where you can race in a NASKART Stock Car replica. The NASCAR SpeedPark is a popular attraction here but the site is also home to a 40-foot rock wall and the Slugger Stadium where you can practice your baseball swing. Many locals and visitors head here just to watch a hockey game at the All-Sport Arena. Spend an afternoon skating or head to the putting course for a few rounds of putt-putt golf during your visit.
The Henderson Multi-Generational Center is a state-of-the-art fitness complex with a three-pool aquatic area, multi-sport arena and its very own rock climbing wall. You’ll also find a game room here if you want to just break away and enjoy some fun. The center encompasses more than 84,000 square feet and is located within easy reach of several restaurants and other attractions around Henderson.
Make your way to Vegas for roller coasters and water park fun. The Adventuredome in Las Vegas is a popular destination for an indoor roller coaster experience. It provides family-friendly fun year around with plenty of thrilling rides, a five-acre attraction nestled inside a pink glass dome. The temperature is always a comfortable 72 degrees, so you can enjoy a mix of water rides and theme park attractions. Don’t miss the shows at the 4D theater or enjoy a round of laser tag during your visit. This attraction is located inside the Circus Circus Hotel & Casino right on the Las Vegas Strip.
Car racing fans will appreciate a trip to the Las Vegas Gran Prix, a popular spot for go-karting and classic arcade fun. The venue also has a handful of carnival rides suitable for kids and adults. It’s an affordable destination for a day of fun and is open year-round.
If a day at the water park is on your itinerary on a hot summer’s day, head to Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas. This water park features several slides and turns into a winter wonderland for holiday celebration during the winter months. Head here to enjoy a variety of thrilling water park experiences, swim down the endless river, or try body surfing in Red Rock Bay to make the most of your visit.
When you find yourself in Sparks, Nevada, don’t miss the chance to play at the bowling alley or enjoy some time in the waterpark at Wild Island. This is one of the older parks in the state and has become a popular destination for locals and visitors alike since it opened in 1989. During the summertime, visitors flock to the waterparks but during the fall and winter, you can spend time bowling, playing at the putt-putt course, or enjoying some laser tag in the maze and billiards games. Season passes will help you save some money on several activities at this popular venue.
It’s been named one of the best kept secrets of Red Rock Canyon and could be the perfect destination to enjoy some fun and thrills away from the Strip. Bonnie Springs Ranch is a western-themed amusement park in Vegas and has its own zoo, horseback riding trails, and a restaurant. The site was originally built as a stopover for wagon trains and is now a landmark destination in Nevada. Head here to explore Old Town and watch a gunfight in the street or head to the Red Rock Stables for a horseback riding experience.
Located a few miles from the Las Vegas strip, All-American Sportpark caters to sports fans looking for hands-on excitement.
Guests can race in a NASKART Stock Car replica at the NASCAR SpeedPark, climb the 40-foot rock wall at one of the Rockreation Sport Climbing Walls, and practice your swing at the Slugger Stadium.
Watch your favorite Pop Warner football team or holler hockey team compete in the All-Sport Arena.
Other amenities at the park include a putting course and a skating rink – conveniently located in the Las Vegas metro area.
Covering over 84,000-square-feet, the Henderson Multigenerational Center & Aquatic Complex is a state-of-the-art facility set in Henderson.
The first like it in southern Nevada, the center is part of the Las Vegas metropolitan area.
The Henderson Multigenerational Center has a little something for everyone – including a three-pool aquatic complex, multi-sport arena, game room, and a rock climbing wall.