What to Do in Las Vegas in Summer 2019
Being in the desert, Las Vegas in the summer is hot, hot, hot. July is the hottest month, with temperatures on average in the low 90s. There is little humidity, which helps, and all of the buildings including casinos and other entertainment venues are air conditioned. Most hotels have a pool, which is a good way to cool off in the desert. The Mandalay Bay has not only a sand beach, but a lazy river and a Shark Reef where you can see stingrays and other ocean creatures. Just outside of Vegas, you can visit the Hoover Dam, Red Rock Canyon, or Grand Canyon National Park. If you plan to be outside, though, be sure to bring water. Plan to be in the city on July 4th? Many of the large casinos and resorts have fireworks displays, including Caesars Palace and Red Rock Casino Resort, and there is also a display over Lake Las Vegas.