Our Las Vegas ATV Tours Features
Our Las Vegas ATV desert tours have many really cool features. Below you will find out about some of them. Click on the image or ATV feature tour title to learn more about it.
BEER, FOOD, and FUN!
Enjoy old historic surroundings while you drink ice cold beer and consume possibly the best burger you have ever had. Many days there will be a local band playing for your enjoyment and the historic museum is always open, or perhaps you would like to browse the gift shop over at the Goodsprings General Store. Vegas Off Road Tours is very pleased to be exclusively partnered with the World Famous Pioneer Saloon. Unlike other off road, dune buggy, ATV/UTV tour companies you get to enjoy the best the New Wild West has to offer. Your after party at the Pioneer can also include a full keg of beer for you and your friends to enjoy, ask for details…
The World Famous Pioneer Saloon
The Pioneer Saloon was built in 1913 by prominent business man George Fayle. The Saloon has lots to say with it’s intriguing and mysterious past. As you travel in time to the old wild west, leaving behind the hustle and bustle of the Las Vegas Strip, you will quickly come to appreciate this historical landmark. It is thought to be one of the last, if not the last, of its kind in the United States. The legendary Saloon has been serving up cold ones for 100 years and plans to continue serving for 100 more. Vegas Off Road Tours is proud to have a timeless establishment like the Pioneer Saloon as the location where your desert tour begins and ends.
The Town of Goodsprings Nevada
The town of Goodsprings was originally known as Good’s Spring after its founder Joseph Good. Joseph Good settled in the area in the 1860’s mainly because of the plentiful underground spring. Many of the Cottonwood trees found in Goodsprings were originally planted by Mr. Good and flourished in this otherwise desert area because of the natural underground spring. Goodsprings, Nevada became a booming mining town in the early 1900’s when the Yellow Pine Mine Company was established. The boom also brought about the fabulously lavish Fayle Hotel, the General Mercantile and, yes, the World Famous Pioneer Saloon.