Beat the Heat: 420 Friendly Summer Activities

Beat the Heat: 420 Friendly Summer Activities

420 Friendly Summer Activities in Las Vegas

Las Vegas recently made history by legalizing cannabis consumptions lounges. Although these aren’t expected to open until 2022, there are still plenty of 420 friendly summer activities to do in the city. Technically, smoking cannabis in public is not legal in Las Vegas, so be sure to blaze it before hitting the streets. Just remember to always smoke responsibly, and if you’re looking for something new, check out our menu for high-quality, sustainably produced products at unbeatable prices. Here are our top picks for 420 friendly summer activities in Las Vegas: 

Satisfy the Munchies

Living in Las Vegas means you are just a minute’s drive away from world-renowned restaurants and eateries. In this city, you’ll never run out of options to choose from when it comes to satisfying your cravings. Feeling adventurous? Take a trip around the globe with Resort World’s new Famous Food Street Eats, a 16 stall food court featuring dishes from every culture. Some popular choices include Hong Kong’s Ah Chun Shandong Dumpling, Singapore’s Geylang Claypot Rice, and Thailand’s Ten Suns Braised Beef. 

If you’re looking for something closer to home, the local Las Vegas food scene is second to none. Whether you’re craving some comforting soul food, healthy vegan alternatives, Asian fusion, or Mexican food, you’re guaranteed to find something from the hundreds of restaurant choices. Some top-rated local favorites include The Black Sheep, Shang Artisan Noodle, and Mama’s Kitchen. 

You can even experiment in your own kitchen by making cannabis-infused summer treats. We recommend adding some Sip Elixirs to your popsicle recipes or making smores out of our chocolate edibles!

Spruce up Your Cannabis Knowledge

The cannabis industry, although relatively new compared to other markets, is rich in history, science, and culture meaning there’s always something new to learn. Spruce up your cannabis knowledge this summer through our favorites documentaries, podcasts, and books: 

Documentaries: The journey to legalization hasn’t been an easy one. The Culture High focuses on modern-day marijuana prohibition and features interviews from famous cannabis activists like Snoop Dog, Joe Rogan, and Wiz Kalifa. We also recommend Weed the People which offers a look into how medical marijuana has helped families and the war on drugs.

Podcasts: As mentioned above, there are many aspects of cannabis that can be explored. Brave New Weed dives deep into cannabis science, culture, and business. For those looking to break into the industry, The Ganjaprenuer features insight from industry experts, owners, growers, and more. 

Books: Grass Roots, the debut book of historian Emily Dufton, traces the history of cannabis in the United States. From her research, she predicts that the roller-coaster relationship with cannabis is far from over and gives her perspective on what to expect for the future. 

Our blog also offers dozens of articles to learn from such as Less-Common Cannabinoids & Their Effects and How CBD Can Help Athletes

Pay Homage to OG Vegas

Among the many 420 friendly summer activities in Las Vegas is roaming Downtown Fremont. The 110-acre area offers a variety of bars, casinos, shops, and food options. Most nights offer live music and there are nightly light shows on the 1400ft canopy making it a perfect place to enjoy a night out. One must-see attraction is the new Circa Stadium Swim, an outdoor pool amphitheater. If you’re seeking something more intimate, Atomic Liquors, Las Vegas’s oldest freestanding bar, is down the street. 

Live the High-Life at the High Roller 

Get high (figuratively, of course) at the world’s tallest Ferris wheel, the High Roller. The 360-degree view from 550 feet above ground showcases the Las Vegas valley in all its glory. One rotation is about 30 minutes, which gives you plenty of time to take in the views, enjoy a drink, and snap some pics. 

Immerse Yourself in Greenery

Las Vegas is surrounded by beautiful desert landscapes and is the perfect place for outdoor summer fun. Red Rock Conservation Area, just 20 minutes outside of the city, has dozens of hiking trails and campsites to explore. Valley of Fire State Park is also a short drive away and is home to 2000-year-old petroglyphs. 

Looking for somewhere to cool off? While Las Vegas is a desert, there are a couple of nearby bodies of water to escape the blazing heat. Lake Las Vegas has a marina for kayaking, paddleboarding, and electric boats. Lake Mead is also nearby and is the perfect spot to take in nature. 

As mentioned, there are tons of 420 friendly summer activities to do in Las Vegas. Please always smoke responsibly, stay safe, and check out our menu for high-quality, green-certified products.