Summer spells boating, camping, backyard barbecues, biking, hiking and picnics. Be you the lazy type who wants to simply hang in a hammock or the energetic type who wants to fly a drone, Las Vegas is blessed with a myriad of things to do — even in this awful heat wave.
Summer officially began when you woke up to the solstice this morning (June 21) with the 5.24 a.m., sunrise. Summer officially ends Sept. 22. If you’re counting that’s exactly 93 days. And, we’ve found an activity for every one of them. Thanks to our friends at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority for helping us with this search for almost 100 summer activities.
Some are the expected, but several are off the beaten track. So check back every day for a new one to celebrate the lazy hazy days of the season.
Day 35 (July 25) “Defending the Caveman” – A play about the comical differences between men and women at the D Las Vegas starring Kevin Burke.
Day 34 (July 24) The Mob Museum – Learn the history behind organized crime’s original days trying to control Las Vegas at The Mob Museum.
Day 33 (July 23) Spend an hour or more at the Summer Garden in the Bellagio — where the new bright and beautiful plantings prove Vegas isn’t just about horrible heat and mighty monsoons!
Day 32 (July 22) Emerald Cove and Emerald Cave – Enjoy the fun of the Kayak Tour through Emerald Cave at Lake Mead.
Day 31 (July 21) Neon Museum Special Events – Enjoy yoga at the Neon Museum with certified yoga instructor, Eileen Lorraine, as she leads an outdoor class in the shade of the Neon Museum.
Day 30 (July 20) Neon Museum – A program of special events at the Neon Museum amidst the relics of old Vegas signage.
Day 29 (July 19) Seven Magic Mountains – View the public art installation and check out the seven magic mountains that is vibrant with color. South on Las Vegas Boulevard.
Day 28 (July 18) Pink Jeep Tours – Tours of the Hoover Dam, Grand Canyon, Valley of Fire and more at Pink…