ATV Guided Tours, UTV Excursions & More – Frequently Asked Questions & Tips
We offer Private Family Tours
If you are an experienced ATV rider and need something more extreme, call us. We can come up with a customized tour or rental package that is sure to leave your heart pumping and wanting more.
Our ATV Tours range from 2 hours to 6 hour rides.
ATVs are easy to ride, and we’ll show you how. If you’ve never ridden on an ATV before, we’d be happy to get you started. All our Guided Tours come with a safety instruction course from our professional guides before your ride. We’ll make sure you’re ready to go on our ATVs to make sure everyone’s safe.
- Get plenty of sleep the night before. Riding ATVs is an active sport and having a good nights sleep will help you enjoy the time better.
- Eat a good meal. Active sports use a lot of energy. Since Las Vegas is desert country, you will also want to make sure you hydrate your body before the tour.
- Bring extra clothing. You will want to bring an extra set of clothes in case of weather changes and also to change into after the tour. Your clothes will get dusty when riding on the trails.
- Bring comfortable shoes that will also protect your feet. No open-toed shoes or sandals are allowed on the tours. Rocks and debris could get kicked up and hurt your feet. Wear thick comfortable cotton socks.
- If you sunburn easily, consider wearing a cool, long-sleeve shirt or bring sunblock. Sunblock should be water-based if possible so you do not collect the dust on your skin.
- Don’t drink alcoholic beverages or take medication that makes you sleepy before riding ATVs. This can lead to accidents and we don’t want anyone to hurt themselves or others.
- If you bring your own beverages to take along, make sure they’re in plastic containers with good sealing tops. Glass WILL break and insecure tops WILL vibrate off during the tour.
- Chocolate will melt, you may want to consider another type of pocket snack if you should want to bring something along.
- Be aware of your surroundings when walking about during breaks. There are just as many snakes and critters in the mountains as below in the desert.
- And most of all, be ready to have a lot of fun!