Ripping around the desert on an ATV easily ranks among the more popular outdoor activities in Las Vegas.
Located just outside the city, most operators provide both safety training and familiarization for novice riders as well as transportation from resorts on the Strip.
I figured it would be helpful to compile a breakdown of Las Vegas 4 Wheeler options for those seeking some adventure.
For each, I’ll be sure to add relevant details about the ATV experience as well as rough baseline pricing. I’ll also provide multiple links to book the excursion, so you can easily compare your options and get the best deal.
4 Wheeler Tours in Las Vegas
Las Vegas Hidden Valley Fun Run ATV Tour
Dubbed the “Hidden Valley Fun Run” this 4 wheeler excursion calls the Mojave desert just south of Vegas home. During the 2-hour tour, riders will explore extinct lava beds and ride through the McCullough mountains.
Complimentary pick-up and drop-off is offered at a number of resorts on the Strip. Pricing tends to land in the $239 range per person, and I saw Vegas.com (below) tended to be about $10 cheaper than booking directly with the operator.
SunBuggy Fun Rentals
Offering a number of ATV excursions, SunBuggy offers an impressive array of tour options on both traditional 4 wheelers and dune buggies. Tour options include a ride through the Valley of Fire, a dunes tour, and the highly-rated “Baja Chase” which is an adrenaline-filled rip through difficult desert terrain in a dune buggy.
SunBuggy Fun Rentals offers free transportation to and from resorts on the Strip.
While all of SunBuggy Fun Rental’s tours have absurdly high ratings on TripAdvisor, I found it difficult to easily understand and compare options when visiting their website. Fortunately, an easily digestible breakdown of their tour options can be found on both Groupon and Tripadvisor (linked below).
Pricing for ATV & dune buggy tours landed in the $130 – $300 range depending on the experience selected.
Las Vegas ATV Tours
Offering free transportation to and from your Strip hotel, Las Vegas ATV Tours boasts a fleet of 4 wheelers that range from 250cc – 450cc depending on your experience level. In addition to ATV tours, they also offer a UTV (dune buggy) option as well.
Although packages aren’t bookable directly from Las Vegas ATV Tours’ website (you have to call), they are currently offering a couple of deals on Groupon with pricing in the mid-$100 range:
Las Vegas ATVs
Offering a number of tours, options include exploring either the Nellis Dunes or the Colorado River & Lake Mead which includes a quick dip during the summer months.
Transportation from the Strip is part of the deal, and options start at around $200 per person and increase from there depending on the tour selected.
The easiest-to-digest breakdown of tours available is found on TripAdvisor, below, although Groupon appears to have some of the deeper deals.
Vegas ATV Adventures
Offering both 1 and 2-hour ATV tours, Vegas ATV Adventures offers free transportation to and from South Point, which is south of the Strip. Pricing for the 1-hour adventure is $135 while the 2-hour option will set you back $235. Uniquely, breakfast at the Pioneer Saloon in historic Goodsprings, NV is included in the deal.
Above All Las Vegas ATV Tours
Unlike other ATV tour operators in Vegas, All Above allows kids as young as 6 years old to participate, as they offer 90cc ATVs that are easy for them to operate.
Tour options include Mt. Charleston, Eldorado Canyon, and the Valley of Fire, with pricing starting in the low $100s per person. Hotel transportation is included in the deal.
Hopefully, we were able to help you quickly identify an ATV tour in Las Vegas that works for your group, itinerary, and budget! Enjoy your time in the outdoors.
Of course, riders will also want to review their selected tour company’s guidelines for what clothes to wear and supplies to bring before making the trip. Many suggest items like sunglasses, sunscreen, long pants, and closed-toe shoes.
See Also: Thrill Rides and Rollercoasters in Las Vegas.
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I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.