As skateboards and roller blades are not allowed on most streets in Las Vegas, enthusiasts frequent the Desert Breeze Park to ... More
Desert Breeze Park
As skateboards and roller blades are not allowed on most streets in Las Vegas, enthusiasts frequent the Desert Breeze Park to satiate the adrenaline rush. The park has concrete tracks, benches and structures to suit the needs of beginners as well as advanced skateboarders. It also has a hockey rink, basketball courts and a host of other sports facilities. Helmets are compulsory and if you don't have your own, you can hire one at the park office.
Before Bugsy Siegel made it to town, the Mormon Church created this tiny settlement in 1855. It boasts the oldest
European American building in Nevada. The site was purchased by the State of Nevada in 1990 and restored as ...
Tucked away in West Las Vegas near Summerlin, this getaway of a Las Vegas hotel has everything you need to
make your stay in Sin City sublime.Located off the strip and away from the crowds of tourists, you'll get ...
The Rodeway Inn is conveniently located off the Las Vegas strip, only a five minute walk from the Las Vegas
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