In and around Las Vegas there are family friendly attractions. The Adventuredome, for example, is a five acre theme park located behind Circus Circus. It is sure to have something to please even the pickiest of children. For the thrill of your life, visit the Stratosphere Tower. At the top of this tower one will find a roller coaster to put fear in the hearts of even the bravest of the bunch. If one is looking for a more relaxing way to spend time with one’s family in Nevada, try one of Nevada’s animal attractions. Animal Ark is a thirty-eight acre wildlife sanctuary and nature center. Experience some of nature’s most beautiful creatures in their natural habitat. There is also the Sierra Safari Zoo. Families are sure to spot their favorite wildlife creature in Northern Nevada’s largest zoo.
Located in the southern part of the United States, Nevada is guaranteed to have warm weather. This may be very appealing in the winter months, but what if you are traveling to Nevada in the summer? Never fear. Consider visiting a Nevada waterpark. Wet and wild adventures await all who check out Wild Island Family Adventure Park. Located in Sparks, this Nevada waterpark wet and wild experience is sure to please everyone. Wild Island is open May through September and does offer special ticket promotions on Sundays through Wednesdays. General admission tickets cost $22.99.
Perhaps someone in the family will be celebrating a birthday while on vacation. What a better way to turn a year older than by celebrating at Wild Island. This Nevada waterpark wet and wild adventure will be the perfect setting for a lifetime of birthday memories. Birthday packages which include a picnic area, pizza or hot dogs, soda and ice cream are available.
This Nevada waterpark wet and wild playground offers a variety of slides and attractions sure to please just about anyone. For twists, turns, and lots of big splashes at the end experience Sting Ray or Shark Bait. The Eye of the Dragon and Dragon’s Tail will spin riders back in time to when knights fought dragons to save princesses. If having six hundred fifty gallons of water dumped on one’s head from atop a tree house sounds like a good time, check out Hurricane Cove. Water guns and rope swings add this adventure. Those who wish to test their courage may want to pay a visit to one of the speed slides in this Nevada waterpark wet and wild playground. New this summer, the slides Fire and Ice will take their riders through enclosed body slides with flashes of color lighting their way to the bottom. If one would rather spend the day relaxing he or she many want to spend some time floating around in the Montego Bay wave pool or simply soaking up the sun while traveling along the Lazy River.
Whether wanting to the see the bright lights of Las Vegas or looking for something for the whole family to enjoy, Nevada may have just what one is looking for. Amusement parks, waterparks, and zoos are just a few of the things families may enjoy while vacationing in Nevada.