Sin City ATV Rentals Offers Las Vegas ATV Tours At Their Very Best!
How about some fun in the sun and sand in the Las Vegas Valley and surrounding area?
Las Vegas ATV tours are a great way to get off the Strip and out of the loud, smoke-filled rooms for a while and enjoy some nature.
We offer friendly and exciting tours for men, women and young adults (16 years and older, with valid driver’s license) with our professional staff of expert riders.
We specialize in tours to Nellis Dunes, Eldorado Canyon (includes Techatticup Gold Mine tour) and a Desert Adventure ATV Tour with a stop at the breathtaking Valley of Fire State Park. Each tour offers miles and miles of great riding and desert beauty.
Great Fun and Memories While Enjoying the Desert’s Beauty
Sin City ATV Rentals is here to provide you with a highly enjoyable and memorable outing in the desert outside Las Vegas.
We provide a friendly and professional tour for you and your guests, whether native Las Vegans or visitors from out of the area.
Round-Trip Transportation Service
We provide a free pick-up and drop-off service for you and your guests, friends and family. We’ll pick you up at your hotel and bring you back after the tour. If you are a local not staying at a hotel on the Strip, we have a list of hotels where our driver can meet you.
This is an optional service, so if you prefer to meet us at the tour location in your own vehicle, that’s perfectly OK.
We mention this because some people prefer the additional flexibility of having their own vehicle close by. It’s entirely up to you. But rest assured, if you choose to let us do the driving, there will be no extra charge. It’s just part of the service we provide.
Equipment and Training
While we prefer you to be familiar with the operation of an ATV (quad runner), we will be glad to provide instruction on the proper operation of these fun vehicles.
Fortunately, all of our ATVs have automatic transmissions, so you’ll just need to learn how to put it in neutral, forward and reverse gears and apply the accelerator and brakes.
They’re really quite easy to learn, and since they are on four wheels, are also quite stable.
We’ll also provide you with all necessary safety equipment, such as helmet, goggles and gloves.
It’s often hot out there and it’s always dry and dusty! That’s why we make sure to bring plenty of cold bottled water to keep you from getting parched.