The thrills of Vegas are almost endless. The casinos nightlife, cars, money, sports, betting and so on.
The one activity that you will go back for are the go karts!
Go karting is an exhilarating sport that is addicting. The adrenaline of go karts in Vegas will pump through your veins as you push the mini moto machine to its limits!
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Go Karts Las Vegas – The 6 Best
- K1 Speed
- Vegas Superkarts
- Gene Woods Racing Experience Go-Kart
- Pole Position Raceway
- Rex Center
- Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix Family Fun Center
Las Vegas has much more to offer than gambling and partying. Go Karting is a great for families, bachelor parties, bachelorette parties, birthday parties, company outings and much more!
Find go karts nearby with this list of go karts in Las Vegas. There are family fun adventures to competitive outdoor racing go karts. There is a little bit of everything. Try them all and let me know which one was your favorite!
1. K1 Speed
Location: 4175 S Arville St, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Sunday – Thursday: 11 AM – 11 PM
Friday: 11 AM – 12 AM
Saturday: 11 AM – 12 AM
Most Popular – Speedpass – $64.95 (Includes 2 Races, T-Shirt, and a membership)
1 Race – $27.95
2 Races – $49.95
3 Races – $64.95
Requirements to Race
- Junior racers minimum height 48″
- Adult racer minimum height 58″
- Closed toed shoes required
- Avoid loose and baggy clothing
- Tie up long hair
- All safety equipment besides shoes is supplied. You may use your own helmet if it is full face and meets the safety requirements
K1 Speed – Fastest Go Karts in Vegas
K1 speed is the best.
Lets expand on that a little though.
K1 is the best rental go kart facility for kids old enough to handle a go kart. So, I would say ages 8 and up if you meet the 48″ height requirement.
These go karts have 20 horsepower electric motors which move your ass up to 50 miles per hour!
Which means there is not going to be a whole lot for younger kids to do. They do have an arcade which will be something to keep them busy for a while.
Let’s forget about the younger kids for a second and focus back on the go karts. I have raced these go karts, and they are no joke. They are fast, they handle good, and super fun.
Most people will get out and complain about being tired. Go karting is a sport and a physically demanding one at that!
Not only can you race go karts here but there is food!
There is a full restaurant and bar to indulge in when finished racing.
2. Vegas Superkarts
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
FROM 10AM TO 4PM
1 RACE – $35
2 RACES – $65
3 RACES – $90
The Driver is required to be 14 years old and be 55″ tall. One race is about 8-10 laps.
Vegas SuperKarts – The Ultimate Outdoor Go Kart Experience!
I am jealous that there are no outdoor go karts near me like Vegas Superkarts. This place has so much to offer. Everything at this place is top notch. The go karts are built by SodiKart a top level go kart manufacturer. The facility is pristine and huge!
The racetrack also easily surpasses an indoor go kart track. Fourteen high-speed white-knuckle turns will have your adrenaline pumping after a race. The long straightaways will open up that 4-stroke engine and let her sing to full potential.
There is no experience required to race at VSK. The go karts feature safety items such as seat belts and a safety roll cage.
Click here to check out their brochure for more information.
Location: 450 E Fremont St #171, Las Vegas, NV 89101 – Indoor Electric Go Karts
Location: 121 E Sunset Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119 – Outdoor Gas Go Karts
GWRE at The Las Vegas Sports Center
Hours: 12PM – 10PM Daily
GWRE at Fremont Street Experience
Hours: 12PM – 12AM Daily
Gene Woods Racing Experience – Indoor and Outdoor Go Kart Racing
The Gene Woods Racing Experience offers two unique go kart tracks in the center of Las Vegas. Las Vegas is more than gambling and hotels. Enjoy a family friendly experience at either location.
GWRE at the Las Vegas Sports Center – Outdoor Go Kart Track
The Las Vegas Sports Center location is an outdoor gas go kart experience. With twists and turn the track will challenge your skills.
The Go karts feature a unique center engine design. The go kart engine is located behind the driver in the center of the chassis. The engine is one of the heaviest components other than the driver.
The centering of the engine promotes a more balanced go kart by evening the weight of the left rear and right rear tires. A heavier tire on either side will create grip differences between the two tires when cornering left or right.
GWRE at Fremont Street Experience – Indoor Drift Track
Gene Woods has delivered on two very different go kart experiences. Unlike the high-speed fast corner racing at the Las Vegas Sports Center the Drift track at Fremont Street presents its own challenges. Test you skills and see if you have the best kart control to win the race!
A drift track is a lot of fun. Some people build go karts dedicated just to drift! Check out some awesome drift go karts here. The track surface is usually coated to allow the go karts to drift around.
The electric go karts are great for drifting. Electric go karts provide instantons torque and can spin the rear tires to set the drift in motion. Hol on though because if you don’t counter steer, you will spin out very quickly!
To learn how to modulate the throttle to properly drift check out this video by K1 Speed. K1 Speed is another top tier indoor go kart track.
4. Pole Position Raceway – Indoor Go Karts Vegas
Location: 4175 S Arville St, Las Vegas, NV 89103
Sun – Thurs 11am – 11pm
Fri & Sat 11am – Midnight
Thanksgiving 11 am-11 pm
Christmas Eve 11 am – 7 pm
Christmas Day 2 pm-10 pm
New Years Eve 11 am – 7 pm
New Years Day 2 pm – 10pm
2 Adult Races per person – $60.00
2 Junior Race Pkg per person – $50.00
3 Adult Races per person – $75.00
Omni Arena + 2 Adult Races – $75.00
Omni Arena + 2 Junior Races – $64.00
Omni Arena + 3 Adult Races per person –
Pole Position Raceway – Indoor Go Karts, Corporate Event Venue, Team Building Activities
At Pole Position you will find High Performance indoor electric go karts. These go karts are high speed and fun to drive. Who wants to putt around track at a couple miles an hour… yea nobody.
Pole Position Raceway offers a family fun experience with junior, and adult go karts. To drive you need to be at least 48″.
With that being said most go kart tracks will throw a caveat in there saying you must also be able to control the go kart as well. So just because you are 48″ you still might have some trouble getting to ride.
Safety is the number one most important factor when racing. If a driver cannot control the go kart, it doesn’t only risk their safety but the safety of others.
Other Activities at Pole Position
When you finished racing for the day or in between racing you can find other fun things to do at Pole Position. They have an arcade and VR experiences. Check out all of the Omni Arena by Virtuix at Pole Position Raceway in Las Vegas here!
Unfortunately, at this time there is no food offered at this location. Check locally for other food options nearby.
5. Rex Center – Go Karts Las Vegas
Sun – Thurs 12pm – 7pm
Fri – Sat 11am – 9pm
Single Attraction – $10.00
Half Day Pass – $25.00
Full Day Pass -$40.00
Family 4 Pass – $80.00
The single attraction price pays for one attraction which includes the Go-Karts, Laser Tag, Climbing Wall, or Mini Golf
The Half and Full Day pass include unlimited rides on any of the above-mentioned attractions. The only difference is the Half Day pass is unlimited rides for four hours.
Requirements to Race
You must be 51″ tall and 10 years old to race. If you are below 51″ and would like to ride they offer two seater gokarts.
Rex Center – Indoor Go Karts
At the Rex center you will find more family oriented and lest competitive go karts. With a track featuring five turns and an average speed of 10 mph you won’t be setting any land speed records that’s for sure.
The go karts at Rex Center are more of a add on attraction to the rest of the attractions. With those ones being Laser Tag, Mini Golf, Climbing Walls, Axe Throwing, and Mega Pong.
None the less a go kart race is always fun. Does this mean I am going to race like I don’t care? No way! I am going out there to whoop some butt in some Go Karts!
Check out some other really fun things to do at Rex Center Here!
6. Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix Family Fun Center
Location: 1401 N Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89108
Open 7 Days a Week
Mon-Thur: 11:00am – 9:00pm
Fri: 11:00am – 10:00pm
Saturday: 10am – 10:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am – 9:00pm
1 – 4 Ride Tickets -10.25 each
5 or More Ride Tickets – 9.75 each
Mega Ride Wristbands – Unlimited Rides
*Does not include High Speed Go Kart Track
60 Minute Mega Ride Wristband – 28.00
90 Minute Mega Ride Wristband – 41.50
120 Minute Mega Ride Wristband – 54.00
Mega Ride “PLUS” Wristbands – Unlimited Rides
*Including High Speed Go Kart Track
60 Minute Mega Ride Wristband – 44.00
90 Minute Mega Ride Wristband – 64.50
120 Minute Mega Ride Wristband – 84.00
Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix – Outdoor Electric Go Karts
Are you looking for a go kart track that checks the boxes for all ages and skill level? Las Vegas Mini Grand Prix offers a go kart track and go kart for everyone.
From the Kiddie Karts to the High-Speed Euro style go karts everyone will have a blast.
Requirements to Race
Kiddie Karts – Minimum Height, 38″ to Maximum height 54″ – 3-minute ride
Sprint Kart Speedway – Minimum Height, 54″– 5-minute ride
Go Karts – Minimum Height, 54″. Kids under this height can ride with someone who is at least 14 years old in a two-seater Go Kart for no extra charge – 5-minute ride
Euro High-Speed Karts – Must be at least 14 or older with a waiver signed by a parent or guardian or have a valid driver’s license. Closed toed shoes with no heels required. Bring your own helmet or use one of ours. Head sock Furnished
How fast do Vegas SuperKarts go?
The Sodi Racing 4-stroke go kart will get you moving up to 47 miles per hour! Not bad for arrive and drive rentals!