At Silver Nugget Casino, players pan for fun and winnings with an array of money-machines and sociable games. If you opt for bowling, blast pins away with a rolling bullet on a Friday or Saturday night, when cosmic bowling lights lanes with an unearthly hue and makes everything glow like swarms of hungry fireflies. The 24-lane bowling center is equipped with a slick scoring system, snack bar, and arcade area, so no one need tire or fossilize between bouts of pin-toppling. All three bowling games need to be used in one visit, but games may be shared among multiple people (only one shoe rental is included).
"Don't play games" might be classic dating advice, but Wildfire Gaming upends this adage, with gaming complexes ideal for a date night?or any type of night out, really. Couples can wink at each other across the blackjack table, or bet on their favorite team and cheer wildly at the Sportsbook TVs. For a friendly slots contest, there's more than 1,200 machines to try out, ranging from penny slots to high limit games. At one location, there's even a bowling center with a full bar, ideal for showing off excellent form or learning why people don't play kickball with bowling balls.
National Geographic Adventure magazine named Las Vegas the #1 Place to Live + Play, not for its casinos but because it has more outdoor adventure within a 200-mile radius than any other big city in the country. Twenty miles west of Vegas lies Red Rock Canyon, whose awe-inspiring sandstone formations developed millions of years ago. Around the canyon's varied terrain, scraggly shrubs brush against sand dunes that reach up to 3,000 feet high. The area is a favorite spot for hikers, mountain bikers, and hourglass makers.Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.