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Vegas makes the impossible a reality; a good example of that is this beach in the middle of the desert. This world-famous playground offers a wave pool, lazy river, three swimming pools, a jogging track, and 2700 tons (2,449,339 kilograms) of real sand. Relax in a chair by the water, or enjoy the scenic views from the comfort of a private cabana. Depending on the season, you'll also find concerts hosted here from time to time!
One of the largest parks in Las Vegas, Sunset Park is popular for festivals and picnics. Eight outdoor lighted tennis courts, baseball fields, basketball courts, picnic areas with barbecues, dog runs and even peace and quiet can be found here. There also is a fishing pond, popular mostly with children. The fishing is year-round, and in winter the pond is stocked with rainbow trout, and catfish in summer. There is a three-fish limit and children under 12 do not need a fishing license.
Evolution Expeditions offers kayak tours of some of the most scenic areas around Las Vegas, including the Hoover Dam, the Black Canyon, and Lake Mead. Whether you're a beginner or have advanced kayaking skills, these tours are suitable for you, so don't be afraid to get out into the water. If the dark casinos or busy shopping areas of Vegas aren't cutting it for you, head out and explore the natural beauty in the area with these great tours!
Vegas Water Sports is the perfect place to cool down from the heat of the desert sun while getting your adrenaline pumping. Located half an hour off the Las Vegas strip at the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Vegas Water Sports provides guests with guided trips filled with wakesurfing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding, water skiing or tubing.