Viva Las Vegas! The infamous location is best known for its gambling and easy going attitude, but there are plenty of places to boat. Before hitting the casinos you will want to experience The Grand Canyon aboard a river raft or pontoon, an experience that won’t easily be forgotten. You can also learn to wakeboard with the best or charter a fishing tour to Lake Mead where you will find Largemouth Bass. Also boat rentals are on offer, allowing you to ski, tube or take in the surroundings, without the need of your own vessel.
This tiny uninhabited island provides the adventurous kayakers an opportunity to explore the shoreline of the island. Once the sun comes out, it’s probably best to seek refuge in the cool lake waters. There are plenty of fishing opportunities as well in the area with catfish being the main catch. If water sports is more your thing, there are a number of rentals to choose from.
This is a fun place to spend time. You can enjoy the fishing docks near your departure point. During the summer months when the sun is blistering hot, this is the perfect place to pull the boat up to and lay back under your bimini or T-top. The area is secluded so there is not a lot of traffic that would create wakes shaking the boat making it the perfect place to stay for a day.
Wakeboarding is an adrenaline watersport that gets your heart pumping as you catch the air from wave to wave. One of the safest and most exciting places to practice this sport in on Lake Mead with a handful of watersport shops you can visit for your equipment rentals. And if you are a beginner, you could get certified instructors from Vegas Water Sports. They can help you get up and wakeboarding in no time or even help you get to the next level doing some stunts like the scarecrow and the hellside jump.
Flyboarding is the ultimate thrill, experiencing the freedom of flying on water pressure is an exciting activity for everyone who has ever tried. There is a flyboard rental location in Las Vegas called Flyboard Las Vegas, they provide you with a hydro jetpack that can send you flying in the air up to 30 feet high. An expert instructor is also provided to show you the ropes and get you comfortable maneuvering the water-propelled foot board. So even if you have never done this before, you are in safe hands.
The Rose Rosetta dragon boat race comes up annually and will take place this year in Las Vegas on Saturday and Sunday, October 8 & 9. Different teams ranging from families, friends, clubs, and even corporate groups will race head to head. A fun festival environment is held simultaneously with the race on the shore side. If you would like to watch a dragon race and won’t be there in October have no fear. The Las Vegas Dragon Boat Club is open year round for the perfect dragon boat experience.