At Flipnout, you can bounce, do somersaults, pull out your favorite ninja warrior moves or go into James Bond stealth mode. The Xtreme Las Vegas Trampoline Park opened in the Summerlin area at 4245 S. Grand Canyon Drive, Suite 111, just before Christmas.
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Just east of the Sierra Nevada range, near the small tourist town of Lee Vining, Calif., is one of the most unusual bodies of water you’ll ever visit. Mono Lake is one of the oldest in North America and has no outlet, and for that reason, mineral salts have become so concentrated in the lake that fish cannot live in it. These high concentrations combined with other local conditions to form towers of rock tufa, extending high above the water surface and are equally beloved by birds and photographers.
The Historic Railroad Trail was added to the National Trails System by the Department of Interior along with trails from nine other states.
Northern-area residents can take advantage of cooler summer temps with night activities
As the dog days of summer are on the horizon, Henderson View gathered evening activities for residents to beat the heat.
The city of Henderson continues fueling its pride in parks as it adds No. 62 to the list.
The riding is casual and not taxing. At the entrance, elevation is about 3,950 feet and by the time you finish about eight miles deep into the park, the altitude is only about 500 feet higher.
Maybe it was too far away; maybe my schedule was too busy. Probably it was the fact that my golf swing is already close to perfect. Whatever, it’s been quite a while since I’ve been to the Callaway Golf Experience on Las Vegas Boulevard South. A lot has transpired. It’s now the TaylorMade Golf Experience. In November 2013, the owners and brothers, John and Ron Boreta, didn’t renew their agreement with Callaway Golf, which cleared the way for the relationship with TaylorMade.
As valley residents brace themselves for the summer, Cowabunga Bay Water Park offers locals a way to beat the heat.
Imagine sitting by the pool and enjoying a glass of homemade wine in the Las Vegas desert heat. It may sound like a dream made in heaven for some people, but Providence resident Marc Orenstein is hoping to make it a reality.