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Top Indoor Playgrounds In Las Vegas

August 2, 2014 4:00 AM

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Summertime for kids equals lots of free time to play at the park. But even with sun canopies and splash pads, parks are just too hot for the little ones in the summer. In the past few years, indoor playgrounds have been popping up all around the valley, providing a place to go to during the heat or cold. Most indoor playgrounds offer both day passes and monthly memberships, making it affordable for an occasional visit or an everyday hangout.
Child’s Play
7260 S. Cimarron Road, Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89113
(702) 722-6041
www.childsplaylv.com

Child’s Play is one of the original indoor playgrounds in Las Vegas. Child’s Play set out to provide a safe, climate-controlled play environment for kids that also offered something for the parents. Just behind the shoe-free redwood playground equipment is a seating area for parents with free Wi-Fi and coffee. Parents can pay per visit (starting at $10) or buy a monthly membership. Parents who purchase a premier annual membership get three months free. Child’s Play also has a play area for birthday parties, a photo studio, toy boutique and classroom that offers tumbling, music and art classes. Visit the second location opening soon in northwest Las Vegas.

Kids Planet Indoor Playground
4215 S. Durango Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89147
(702) 456-5454
www.kidsplanetlv.com

Kids Planet is an indoor playground that goes the extra mile. Besides the typical playground slides, Kids Planet also gives kids a chance to jump in a bounce house and trounce around in a ball pit. Older kids will love the video game selection. Daily passes are $10 for the first child with discounts for additional children. Parents can also buy a punch card for $50 that covers 10 visits. Kids Planet also offers green screen photography and a variety of birthday party packages.

Kid’s Club Las Vegas
5831 W. Craig Road, Suite 103
Las Vegas, NV 89130
(702) 272-2114
www.kidsclublv.com

Located in deep northwest Las Vegas, Kid’s Club is an indoor playground for kids big and small. Kid’s Club has ample indoor playground space, classes for children and adults and free Wi-Fi. Day play starts at $10 per child and Kid’s Club offers a monthly family membership for only $60. Snacks are available on site and guests are invited to pack a lunch and eat in the Clubhouse Cafe. Kid’s Club offers discounts for teachers, first responders and active duty military. Tuesdays from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. is happy hour and admission is only $5 per child. 

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Kinderland Cafe
9330 W. Sahara Ave., Suite 110 
Las Vegas, NV 89117
(702) 485-5263
www.kinderlandcafe.com

Kinderland Cafe is an indoor playground for children up to age six located in Summerlin. Kinderland features soft play equipment with individual areas for infants and toddlers. Parents can relax and enjoy free Wi-Fi or take advantage of drop-off service to run errands. Drop-off service must be reserved 24 hours ahead of time and costs $10 per hour in addition to entry fees. Admission starts and $12 per child and monthly memberships start at $49.95 for the first child. Punch cards are also available.

Run Plus Fun
10875 S. Eastern Ave., Suite 100
Henderson, NV 89052
(702) 272-2255
www.runplusfun.com

Run Plus Fun is Henderson’s premier indoor playground and birthday party hotspot. The enormous playground structure entertains kids of all ages, making them forget they aren’t outside. While the kids get worn out in the maze of slides and tunnels, parents can relax and watch TV or surf the Internet. Run Plus Fun admission is $9 per child for two hours of play. Parents can purchase an unlimited annual pass for $500. 

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Christa Emmer is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in broadcast journalism. She has experience as a news writer, editor and producer in television news. Christa has been a Las Vegas resident for more than 20 years. Follow her on twitter @ChristaEmmer. Her work can be found at Examiner.com.

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