​Kayaking vs. River Rafting at Hoover Dam: What Should I Do?

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The Hoover Dam is one of the most photo-worthy spots in the Southwest. Standing at 726 feet tall, it’s America’s largest concrete gravity-arch dam and the most visited dam in the world. While many of the 7 million annual visitors here opt to take the Power Plant Tour, the Colorado River below boasts an even more impressive view.

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Best Activities Near Las Vegas for Seniors

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While some senior citizens are contented playing the slots and seeing shows all day, many older adults want to get out and explore Las Vegas. Luckily, there’s a surplus of all-ages active pursuits in and around the city. If you (or your older family members) don’t want to stay seated in the casinos, here are five Vegas-area hotspots for active seniors.  

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​4 Ultimate Team Building Activities Near Vegas

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If you’re in Las Vegas for an industry convention or corporate meeting, count yourself lucky! There’s plenty to do around town, from seeing Cirque on the strip to visiting the casinos and shops at Fremont Street. Your department can bond over breakfast at Hash House a Go-Go or try to solve a crime together at CSI: The Experience.

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​4 Places to Eat Near Hoover Dam

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More than a million visitors tour the Hoover Dam each year. Millions more view the dam while driving the nearby Mike O'Callaghan-Pat Tillman Memorial Bridge – the tallest single-span bridge in the world. Whether the dam is your destination or you’re on the road to Vegas, you’ll need to fuel up your belly sometime during the day. While there’s no restaurant onsite, the area around Hoover Dam offers a handful of eateries and tour stops to keep your family well-fed.

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