The case for amusement parks in Las Vegas

The spoils are relative for those in search of theme-parky experiences in Southern Nevada. Besides Circus Circus’ Adventuredome on the Strip and suburban water parks like Wet ‘N’ Wild and Cowabunga Bay, thrill seekers can curate à la carte experiences ranging from the Stratosphere’s quartet of tower terrors to the rambunctious roller coasters at New York-New York and Buffalo Bill’s in Primm. And yet, compared to other attraction-rich tourism capitals in the U.S.—Orlando, Southern California; Pigeon Forge, Tennessee—we still don’t have a single destination park that could reliably draw tourists on its own.

That could change with the proposed Mars World,

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