If you are looking for the best family pools in Las Vegas, our guide will help you find one that fits your family fun needs.
Most hotels have family-friendly swimming pools and kid-oriented attractions which will keep the children entertained and have more fun while the adults have their kind of fun too.
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Best Family Pools in Las Vegas
Below are my top picks for the best family-friendly swimming pools in Las Vegas along with details of what each pool area offers and why we think your family will enjoy spending the day there.
Circus Circus Las Vegas Pool
Add a splash to your summer in Splash Zone! Circus Circus’ newly expanded pool experience features a 50′ waterslide tower with three exciting slides, Splash Pad – an all ages water playground with waterfalls and splash buckets, plus Splash Snacks food truck and Cabanas for rent. Click here to read more about the Circus Circus Las Vegas Pool Complex.
Cowabunga Bay Las Vegas
Yes, a water park is on our list for one of the best family-friendly pool in Las Vegas. Cowabunga Bay, located in Henderson, NV, has everything for your family fun day. Click here to read our guide to Cowabunga Bay.
Excalibur Hotel & Casino
This is a castle-themed Vegas resort has three kid-friendly swimming pools with two water slides. It has a slide pool which has a rock formation on one side of the pool with water slides and waterfalls.
There is a pool that is good for lying and enjoying the sun or for the non-swimming kids to play in it. The pool is open from 9 am to 5 pm. It has a huge Fun Dungeon arcade, and its accommodation is in the medieval style castle.
There are multiple pools and a lot of lounge chairs at the 30,000 square foot Excalibur pool area. The most exciting and family friendly of these pools is the Slide Pool which has a cool “rock” formation along one side of the pool that includes a very fun waterslide as well as waterfalls flowing from the rocks onto the edges of the pool.
Another pool has a very shallow area which is good for laying out in the sun while in the water or having your non-swimming kids playing in the water.
Excalibur Pool Resources:
Visit the Excalibur Hotel website for more information.
Book your Excalibur Hotel stay from Booking.com to find the best hotel deal
Flamingo Las Vegas
The VIP Cabana rental comes with the following amenities:
Two lounge chairs
Beverage package (based upon rental fee, subject to change)
Visit the Flamingo website for more information.
Mandalay Bay Beach
One of the more popular family-friendly swimming pools in Las Vegas is the Mandalay Bay Beach.
This sandy beach offers three fabulous Vegas hotel pools, a quarter-mile lazy river, and a huge wave pool with six feet high waves.
The Mandalay Bay Beach waters are shallow, so children can enjoy playing in the water or they can float in the lazy river.
During the winter months, you will be able to enjoy the Moorea Beach Club with toasty S’mores on a fire pit! Their scrumptious S’mores Packages have everything you need to roast the perfect fireside treats. Enjoy an ooey gooey good time today!
Also, don’t miss more family fun by visiting the Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay with over 2,000 sea creatures where the children can take part in feeding them.
Mandalay Bay Beach Resources:
Read our article on Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay
Book your Mandalay Bay stay from Booking.com to find the best hotel deal
Learn more about the Moorea Beach Club
Park MGM (previously Monte Carlo Resort & Casino)
Previously on the Best Family Pool in Las Vegas list when it was the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino. At this time I do not have enough information now that it has been rebranded to the Park MGM to recommend it as a family friendly pool. I will update the article as soon as I visit the property and learn more to share.
The MGM Grand Hotel & Casino
This is a 0.5-acre complex area that has four pools, a lazy river, a waterfall, and three whirlpool spas. The river which is called the Backlot River is a quarter a mile where the kids can float on it using tubes that are for rent and is connected to a clover shaped pool that has waterfalls.
The pools open from 9 am to 6 pm each day. If not in the pool, children above 5 years can enjoy magic shows from David Copperfield or Cirque de Soleil. They have a G-rated pool that one has to pay $10 as an entry fee.
The Mirage Hotel & Casino
The Mirage Pool is lined with palm trees and green foliage to complement the crystal clear blue waters. The Mirage Pool is ideal for kids since the pool is not that deep. Another kid-friendly bonus is that The Mirage Pool offers complimentary life jackets for children upon request.
The Tank at the Golden Nugget
This swimming pool has an aquarium centered pool, and one gets an up-close look at sharks. One also gets to swim with the sharks as the tank has a three-story slide that passes through the shielded tank with live sharks.
The hotel also has lots of video games, air hockey, and classic pinball and also has 15 private cabanas for rent and lounge chairs above the pool tank. The pool is heated and opens all year round.
The opening hours are 9 am to 7 pm from Sunday to Thursday and for Friday and Saturday, it opens from 9 am to -9 pm. There is a shark tour, which happens on Wednesday only and it costs $49 only.
It is best for you to call before making any booking as most as Vegas pools close during winter and reopen in February due to the “cold weather.”
Click here to read more about The Tank at the Golden Nugget.
Wet ‘n Wild
Well, of course, another Las Vegas water park would make the cut because like Cowabunga, everything about this water park is family friendly. For a full day of wet family fun, consider the Wet ‘n Wild water park located in the Southwest area of Las Vegas. Click here to read more about Wet ‘n Wild Las Vegas.