By Scott Daniels
LAS VEGAS – Las Vegas is long known as an adult playground, but properties along the Strip and around the valley are doing their best to cater to families.
Numerous Strip projects – including the Skyvue Ferris Wheel and Caesars Entertainment’s High Roller Ferris Wheel – are catering to younger customers.
Earlier this month, Malaysia-based Genting Group announced plans for the Asian-themed Resorts World Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. Plans for that project include a water park. A Wet ‘n’ Wild water park is opening on Fort Apache Road near I-215 in May.
“I think anything that’s a spectacle, that’s something you can only do in Vegas, you know, going up and watching things from up above.