Young and old love go karts! Four go kart tracks, including the longest in Nevada, are located at Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix. For those between the heights of 38 inches to 54 inches, Kiddie Go Karts are available. These tiny bodies can also ride for free with an adult in a regular Go Kart. Anyone at least 54 inches tall can drive the karts at the Sprint Kart Speedway; these are precision machines. With a driver’s license, one can drive the fastest karts at Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix: the Adult Gran Prix Cars.
Rides, Games, and Food
In addition to go karts, Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix has a couple of rides that are strictly for kids. The Dragon Roller Coaster is perfect for youngsters, and adults are allowed to ride it as well. The Super Fun Slide is a 90-foot tall slide that kids go down while on top of a potato sack. Inside the arcade, gamers can play ski-ball, air hockey, and other favorites. Score big on your game to earn tickets that can be traded in for a novelty item at the Prize Center. With all the fun you will be having at Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix, you are sure to work up an appetite. Stop in the restaurant for items like sandwiches, chicken fingers, pizza, and sodas.
If you are planning a party, you will want to visit the attraction’s website for details on what party packages include. However, if you stop in with your family or by yourself, you will need to purchase tickets for rides or a wristband. The cost of a single ticket and up to four tickets will be $8 each. If you purchase 5 tickets or more, each will cost $7.50. Each type of go kart requires one ticket. Other rides vary; for instance, the Super Fun Slide requires ¼ of a ticket. With the $23 wristband, an individual can do as many attractions as possible for 1 hour.
Top Tip: Before visiting Las Vegas Mini Gran Prix, check the website for special deals and promotions.