Are your kids getting cabin fever playing in the house? You’re in luck because the Las Vegas area is home to many awesome places where your children can stretch, run, and play. That’s why Crème de la Crème of Las Vegas on Farm Road has put together this list of Vegas destinations where your kids can burn some energy.

Vegas Indoor Skydiving

At Vegas Indoor Skydiving, your kids can skydive without getting in the air. Your kids can suit up, complete with a helmet and goggles, and float between two super high-powered fans that lift them a few feet off the ground. They get the heart-pounding feeling of soaring through the sky, all thanks to the safe instruction from the trained flying guides. The best part: you can fly, too!

This is a great way for kids to exert some energy and have a truly unique experience. It’s also a way to help your little superheroes live out their dream of flying. However, only little fliers who weight at least 40 pounds can have a go.

Uptown Jungle Fun Park

A child burns his energy at a indoor park in Las Vegas, Nevada

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Let your kids climb, run, jump, and slide at Uptown Jungle Fun Park. This indoor playground has a variety of fun features for every age group, including a comfy parents lounge where you can keep a close eye on your kids. There’s an enormous play structure complete with ladders, slides, and gizmos to play with. Your kids can zoom down the giant slides or zoom along the mini zip lines. There are climbing walls and Spider Tower they can scale. They can also navigate the obstacle course or complete ninja training on the Ninja Course.

Uptown Jungle requires kids to wear grip socks so that they can play as safely as possible. You can bring your own, or purchase them when you arrive. In addition, there are areas that have weight requirements, so check the site ahead of time so you and your kids no what is and isn’t off limits to your littlest kiddos.

Topgolf Las Vegas

Neither you nor your kids have to be golf pros to enjoy a visit to Topgolf Las Vegas. This destination takes the driving range concept to the next level with micro-chipped golf balls and state-of-the-art tracing technology. Not to mention the variety of games, which include target practice, distance shooting, speed shooting, and even Angry Birds. There are even games where you can play on world-famous golf courses — virtually, of course. You and your family can even get lessons to improve your swing and increase your high score at the signature Topgolf games. 

This destination also has two pools you can swim in and is a fantastic location for birthday parties, too. Plus, your family can enjoy delicious food, and parents can enjoy an adult beverage or two.

Downtown Container Park Playground

Downtown Container Park is home to dozens of stores, restaurants, bars, an outdoor entertainment space, and a really cool playground for the kids. The Play Zone features a large-piece 3D puzzle that kids can use to create unique shapes, a climbing structure, and plenty of space to run around with other kids. Then there’s the Tree House, which is a play structure built around a tall, sturdy tree. It has multiple tube slides, a winding staircase to the top of a watchtower. It’s a great place to end the day after shopping or just an adventure all its own.

The Adventuredome Indoor Theme Park

Plan a trip to Circus Circus Hotel & Casino to visit the Adventuredome Indoor Theme Park. Your whole family will have plenty to do here between laser tag adventures, rock climbing, bungee jumping, mini golf, an arcade, festival games, virtual reality gaming, and theme park rides, including coasters. 

Kids who top 48 inches can take a ride on Canyon Blaster, the world’s only indoor coaster with two loops and two corkscrews, as well as El Loco, a coaster that scales up 90 feet for a heart-thumping drop. This place also has bumper cars, a swinging ship ride, a tower ride, and many other fast, spinny thrill rides. You can take your littlest thrill seekers on family-friendly rides like the carousel and this park’s version of the teacup ride.

Cowabunga Bay Las Vegas

Cowabunga Bay is a waterpark, the perfect place for when it’s too hot for your kids to play outside without a pool to splash in. Your family will also love the coming for different holidays. They host spooky Halloween events, Christmas events, and even the Festival of Lanterns where you can visit the park in the evening to see gorgeous light displays.

Your family can ride all 10 slides, including a few that are the perfect size for young children. The Cowabunga Kids Cove is also a great spot for your littles to play in, with its heated pool, kid-sized slides, and life guards on duty. Chill out on the lazy river, Cowabunga River, and catch some waves at Surf-a-Rama Wave Pool, which is themed like a 1950s drive-in theater. And you can upgrade to the VIP area and get your own private cabana next to the pool. 

Sky Zone Las Vegas

Sky Zone is an indoor trampoline park that has an activity for every child. Your kids can just enjoy free jump in a kid-friendly area, or they can play trampoline basketball with friends. The Foam Zone is perfect for practicing flips and dives into a “pool” of foam blocks. Older kids will love tackling the ninja-certified obstacle course, SkyNinja, which is 22 feet off the ground. They can also go free climbing on the bouldering wall. Plus, Sky Zone offers glow-in-the-dark jump spaces, making jumping around that much more fun.

At Crème de la Crème of Las Vegas on Farm Road, we know how important it is for your child’s development that they get both mental and physical stimulation. We use games, movement, and other fun activities to keep your kids engaged and interested in the classroom. Contact us today to learn how our whole child curriculum can help your children thrive.