Las Vegas, NV, January 18, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Dig This® Las Vegas, the world’s first heavy equipment playground, officially announced today, it will be moving operations to 800 W. Roban Avenue in Las Vegas, NV effective February 1, 2019. The new location, encompassing five acres, is located between the M Resort and Speed Vegas, approximately ten minutes south of the Las Vegas Strip. New pieces of heavy equipment will be featured and beginning February 16, activities for children as young as four years old will be introduced. A 2,000 square foot office complete with reception and retail areas round out the new complex.
The final day for operations at Dig This Las Vegas’ current location, 3012 S. Rancho Drive will be January 25. Reservations up to and including Friday, January 25 are still available.
“We are very excited about the move to our new location especially launching the new activities for kids four years and older. Think Tonka but this time it’s the real deal on fun and safe 1-ton Caterpillar excavators,” said Ed Mumm, Dig This Las Vegas’ Owner and Founder. “We are now an all-family experience with affordable rides so everyone can feel the thrill of operating real earth moving equipment.”
Joining Dig This Las Vegas’ existing fleet of three Caterpillar 15-ton hydraulic excavators, two Caterpillar 10-ton track-type Dozers, two Caterpillar 6-ton excavators, and two Caterpillar 5-ton skid steer track loaders, is a brand new Caterpillar 14-ton hydraulic excavator, featuring a larger cab and a bucket complete with thumb. Rounding out the fleet, specifically for the kids four years and older will be four new 1.5-ton Caterpillar excavators.
During the new Mini Digger Experiences, parents/guardians can assist children four to five years of age operate the 1.5-ton Caterpillar excavators. Pricing starts at $20 for a fifteen minute session.
Grand Opening festivities on Saturday, February 16 to include prize give-a-ways, photo opportunities, cake from Freed’s Bakery, a chance to win a Dig This Las Vegas Birthday Party Package, and more.
Dig This Las Vegas is open daily, year-round, providing Mini Digger Experiences, Mini Experiences, Big Digs, Mega Digs, the Aggression Session Car Crush, and Group Dig activities. Full-size equipment participants must be at least 14 years of age to operate bulldozers, 12 years of age to operate excavators and participate in the Aggression Session, eight years of age to operate skid steer loaders and mini excavators, and four years old to operate the 1.5-ton excavators.
Additionally, Dig This Las Vegas also offers specialty packages and corporate programming including: Dig & Dine Foodie Tour; Competitive Edge Team Building; and incentive trips. Private and special event bookings are also welcome.
For complete details on all Dig This Las Vegas programming and for reservations, visit DigThisVegas.com and/or call: 1.888.DIG.THIS (1.888.344.8447) or 702.222.4344. Follow Dig This on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
About Dig This® Las Vegas:
Dig This Las Vegas, the World’s first-ever heavy equipment playground provides the opportunity for the general public to command the controls of heavy equipment in a safe, fun and supervised environment. Ed Mumm, owner and founder, pioneered the “super-sized sandbox” concept in 2007 opening Dig This in Steamboat Springs, CO in 2007. Dig This Las Vegas launched operations in May 2011, bringing the latest in recreational and corporate entertainment to Nevada by allowing non-industry folks the chance to experience the thrill and rush of playing with massive hydraulic excavators and bulldozers. Dig This Las Vegas is moving to it’s new Las Vegas location at 800 W. Roban Avenue effective February 1, 2019. New pieces of heavy equipment will be featured along with expanded activities for children as young as four years old. Dig This Las Vegas an all-family adventure experience, open daily, year-round guaranteeing 20 tons of fun providing Mini Digger Experiences, Mini Experiences, Big Digs, Mega Digs, the Aggression Session Car Crush, Group Digs, along with corporate, custom, and private programming. Dig This Las Vegas is ranked #1 by TripAdvisor, received TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame designation, been a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence Award Winner 2012-2018, and named a TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Award Winner. Dig This Las Vegas expanded globally in October 2017 becoming part of Bill Richardson Transport World in Invercargill, New Zealand. Dig This Las Vegas is not affiliated with or sponsored, approved, or endorsed by Caterpillar in any way. www.digthisvegas.com