My New Outside Blog: Whoosh, The Cool & Refreshing Lazy River at MGM Grand

Whoosh, The Cool & Refreshing Lazy River at MGM Grand

Whoosh, The Cool & Refreshing Lazy River at MGM Grand.  When the temperatures are over 110 degrees, the cool water of the lazy river is very refreshing.

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 The 1/2 mile course twists and turns with lots of water features to ensure you will stay cool.

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 The tube rentals are $16 per day.  The towels are free.

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 Here is a great spot to sit in the shade and watch the people floating by.


 You can rent the cabanas for $375 per day.

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 Here is a waterfall on the lazy river.  It also shows one of the entrance and exits to the river.


 Here is a waterfall near the lazy river and also near the Cabana Grill (which I don't recommend).

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 Some of the people just float along without a tube.  The water pushes you slowly along.

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 Some people just hover along the side of the lazy river near their chairs.  It is handy to keep cool in the water while sipping your drink.

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I really enjoyed the lazy river, and I hope you will too.


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Comment balloon 1 commentLiz Flint • July 30 2010 06:45PM


Prices have really plummeted in Las Vegas over the past couple of years. Those cabanas used to be much more expensive.

Posted by Jim Frimmer, Realtor & CDPE, Mission Valley specialist (HomeSmart Realty West) over 10 years ago