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5 Kid-Friendly Things To Do in Las Vegas

Best known as a slot machine filled, entertainment playground, the Las Vegas Strip welcomed more than 40 million visitors last year. But wander just past the 4 mile long Strip and away from the downtown area, and you will find more than 2.8 million residents and the fifth largest school district in the nation.

That’s a lot of kids, and it’s the reason why growing Las Vegas communities now offer sports fields, dog parks, picnic areas, and hiking trails for outdoor activities. So, don’t hesitate to bring your kids the next time you’re in Las Vegas and while you’re here, check out these kid-friendly things you can do with your family:

  1. Bootleg Canyon – Travel to the top of Red Mountain for an exhilarating zipline tour.
  2. Hoover Dam – Take a tour of this National Historic Landmark and one of America’s Seven Modern Civil Engineering Wonders.
  3. Lake Mead – Cruise the blue waters of Lake Mead on the Desert Princess.
  4. Old Spanish Trail – Live a moment in the old west and go horseback riding.
  5. Red Rock Canyon – Check out the Visitor Center and take a drive on the 13 mile scenic tour.