So you’ve just visited your favorite North Las Vegas Marijuana Dispensary, which we’re pretty sure is NuWu Cannabis Marketplace. You’ve got your favorite edibles and some flower, and you’re ready to go. But you’re wondering, what all is there to do in North Las Vegas? Answer: a lot!
Before we dive in, let’s make sure you know how to get to NuWu Cannabis Marketplace…
North Las Vegas Marijuana Dispensary
Directions to Get to NuWu Cannabis Marketplace
North Las Vegas marijuana dispensary, NuWu Cannabis Marketplace, is located just 1.5 miles from the popular Fremont Street Experience. With nearly 16,000 square feet (including 170 feet of display counters), this North Las Vegas dispensary is the largest medical and recreational marijuana marketplace in the world.
NuWu Cannabis Marketplace is one of the few dispensaries open 24/7, including the first of its kind drive-thru, providing customers unparalleled convenience.
- Continue southbound on N Las Vegas Blvd
- Keep right to continue on N Main St
- Turn right onto Paiute Dr
- Turn left onto Paiute Cir
- Arrive at NuWu Cannabis Marketplace 1235 Paiute Cir, Las Vegas, NV 89106
Las Vegas Hotels, Spas & Casinos
Aliante Casino, Hotel, and Spa
(24 min drive)
Aliante Casino + Hotel + Spa is an affordable gem where you can often get deals as low as $52 a night. However, they sell out quickly so it’s a good idea to book well ahead of your stay. The AAA Four Diamond resort is located on 40+ acres and features five signature restaurants, 100,000+ square feet of gaming, a 3,500 square foot spa, and a 650-seat showroom. And, if you want to stay fit, they also have a 24-hour fitness center. They regularly host great bands and offer “early bingo madness.”
Cannery Row Hotel and Casino
(10 min drive)
A short drive from downtown and your favorite North Las Vegas marijuana dispensary, NuWu, the Cannery Row Hotel and Casino has long been a local favorite. The accommodations are comfortable, the dining is excellent, and the entertainment is a blast. An entertainment complex, it’s situated on more than 28 acres, which includes 72,000 square feet of gaming, restaurants and other amenities.
(12 min drive)
If Cinco de Mayo is your favorite holiday, Fiesta Rancho is for you. You’ll love the Mexican party-themed rooms. They feature ample dining and entertainment. Claiming to be the royal flush capital of the world, they of course also feature plenty of gaming.
Texas Station Gambling Hall and Hotel
(11 min drive)
If you’re on a budget, check out the incredibly affordable Texas Station Gambling Hall & Hotel. With deals starting as low as $28.99 a night, this Lone Star State (aka Texas), it might be the best deal in Vegas. Visitors note the rooms are older, but always clean and comfortable.
Aliante Golf Club
(22 min drive)
The best new course in Las Vegas, Aliante is an incredibly challenging, yet fun course stretching more than 7,000 yards (6400 meters). The course boasts “meandering arroyo” on 14 holes that create an elevated feeling along with intriguing angles and contours. What’s “meandering arroyo,” you ask? It’s a nearly vertically walled, flat-floored stream channel that commonly forms in the semi-arid climates of the Southwest.
The course also has two water features and luscious landing areas. Unique to desert golf courses, the course has an abundance of trees including Pear trees and Purple Locusts.
Shadow Creek Golf Course
(16 min drive)
An absolute gem in the desert, the Shadow Creek Golf Course is legendary. Beautifully sculpted into the native landscape by world-renowned architect Tom Fazio, descriptions don’t do it justice. (And neither does their website!) Consistently ranked as one of the best courses in Vegas, every hole is set against a backdrop of towering waterfalls, lush gardens, beautiful creeks, and formidable mountains. Your adventure begins when you register as a guest of MGM Resorts International™, and a private limousine transports you to the course. If you’re a diehard golfer, you don’t want to miss this course.
City of North Las Vegas Parks, Trails and Amenities Map | Neon to Nature
Get Healthy Clark County – Neon to Nature
You’ve just visited the 24-hour drive-thru at North Las Vegas marijuana dispensary, NuWu Cannabis Marketplace. Now you want to enjoy the outdoors. Fear not: North Las Vegas has numerous trails and parks that the Southern Nevada Regional System of Trails and Open Spaces has branded “Neon to Nature.” In fact, there are a whopping 28 parks and 1,000 miles of walking and biking trails. For a map of the parks and trails, click here.
Craig Ranch Regional Park
City of North Las Vegas – Craig Ranch Regional Park
(17 min drive)
Speaking of parks, don’t miss Craig Ranch Regional Park, which is located at the northeast corner of Craig Road and Commerce Street in North Las Vegas.
The site of the former Craig Ranch Golf Course, the park boasts 170 acres and features a 65,000 square-foot skate park, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, two lighted competition baseball fields, three dog parks, and eight reservable ramadas. Since October 2015, the park has been home to the 8000+ capacity Craig Ranch Regional Park Amphitheater and has consistently earned rave reviews from locals and visitors. Not only do they host local community productions, they often have multi-day music festivals.
Car Racing & Buggies
(13 min drive)
If you’re a Formula One fan or you’ve ever dreamed of racing an exotic car, Exotics Racing is for you! At Exotics you drive the supercar of your dreams at the safest and fastest race track in Vegas. It’s not only one of the world’s largest, it consistently rated as one of the world’s best tracks. You can choose from 50 exotic cars and 23 race cars including Ferraris, Lambos, Porsches, and McLarens.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
(15 min drive)
Another great North Las Vegas racetrack, the Las Vegas Motor Speedway is conveniently located just 15 miles northeast of The Strip. The speedway features 1,200 acres (490 ha) including multiple tracks for motorsports racing. Having been developed following the closure of the Stardust International Raceway in 1970, the speedway has an interesting history. Initially, the speedway simply consisted of a road course and drag strip. Over the years they’ve been purchased numerous times, each time renaming the facility, finally settling on Las Vegas Speedway Park in 1989. In 1996, they opened a $72 million superspeedway and hosted their first race on September 15 that year.
SunBuggy Fun Rentals
(14 min drive)
SunBuggy legitimately offers some of the best off-road adventure deals in all of Las Vegas. For example, their popular Las Vegas ATV tours including a free shuttle to any Las Vegas hotel are just $79 or $89. Their popular buggy chase runs a bit more but well worth it at $199. SunBuggy has been featured on more than 50 TV shows around the world. Other popular tours include their Valley of Fire Natural Wonders tour, the Vegas Dunes Off Road Buggy tour, the Mini Dakar Off-Road ATV, and the Buggy Combo tour.