Things to Do in Primm, Nevada

Things to Do in Primm, Nevada
It's worth stopping in Primm while making your way to Vegas. Planning a trip to this small Nevada town will ensure you will have plenty of outdoor activities to choose from, all far away from the hustle-and-bustle of the casinos. Ivanpah Dry Lake draws many people looking for excellent land sailing, kite buggying and ATV adventures opportunities. Find out all there is to do in a town too great to pass by.

Land Sailing

Go Land Sailing provides an excellent land-sailing opportunity for those who love speed and are up to the challenge. Their land-sailing adventure takes place next to Ivanpah Dry Lake where people find themselves sailing on their Blokart 1 Design Landsailer at speeds up to 55 mph. Included in their package is expert instruction, equipment and lunch. In addition, they offer free land sailing for children ages six to 12. Be sure to show up with proper attire such as long pants and closed-toe shoes. Also, expect harsh sun conditions and liberally apply lots of sun block. Check out their online videos and make a reservation at

Kite Buggying

According to the U.S. Department of the Interior's Bureau of Land Management, adventure enthusiasts from all over the country travel to Ivanpah Dry Lake to kite buggy. The North America Kite Buggy Expo throws their annual event here to see if someone can break the world record. To purchase your very own kite buggy, contact WindPower Sports in Las Vegas at 3111 S. Valley View Blvd., #A-116, Las Vegas, NV 89102, (702) 220-4340,

Primm Outdoor Adventures

Look! Tours ( organizes adventure packages that includes a guided tour from Las Vegas to Primm on their all-terrain vehicles. Enjoy the dramatic terrain of the Mojave Desert and see the landscape in a different way than most tourists. The package consists of free transportation back to Las Vegas, goggles, helmet, gloves, water and your very own ATV to use for the trip. Restrictions consist a valid driver's license for each individual. Be aware that the trip lasts six hours and can get hot, so bring a digital camera or film that won't get ruined in the heat. Go on a off-roading trip for a great chance to see the Nevada desert first-hand.


Primm has enough golf courses to satisfy any golfer. The Primm Valley Golf club offers two golf courses designed by famed golf architect, Tom Fazio. Have your choice of the Lake Course or Desert Course. The Desert Course is considered the more difficult of the two, a 7,131-yard course with a par of 72. The golf club provides a Pro Shop, practice facility and full-service restaurant. Spend your vacation golfing at Primm Valley Golf Club, 31900 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Primm, NV 89019, (702) 679-5509,

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Faith McGee has eight years experience conceptualizing and producing print and web content for a myriad of real estate conglomerates. She has a Master of Fine Arts degree in creative writing from California College of the Arts. McGee has developed persuasive copy that has received many accolades from real estate companies and publications.

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