The Sky Trail aerial course at Spy Ninjas Las Vegas HQ is one of over 100 attractions the theme park offers. They're open now six days a week.

Spy Ninjas Las Vegas is a new family fun center that’s actually great even for those without kids. Officially called Spy Ninjas HQ, the theme parked is located on the corner of Sahara and Buffalo. My family got to check out the place at their recent grand opening. And we found over 100 reasons to go back.

Origin Of Spy Ninjas Las Vegas

Spy Ninjas HQ was created by Chad Wild Clay and Vy Qwaint. They are a married influencer couple who gained fame on YouTube with their hit series, Spy Ninjas. Most of their videos have gotten at least 1 million views. With this video from Clay’s page getting over 4 million views from his over 14 millions subscribers.

Quaint’s YouTube page has 11.7 million subscribers to date. She also posts Spy Ninja videos, encouraging viewers to help her solve various crimes. This video, posted three months ago, has gotten over 5.5 million views to date.

The Grand Opening Of Spy Ninjas HQ

With such a large following on YouTube, the next obvious step for Clay and Quaint was to create a real, live-action ninja course for their fans. And they certainly delivered with this theme park. Spy Ninjas HQ held their grand opening on Saturday, March 9, 2024 in Las Vegas. And my family was fortunate enough to be there.

Our first impression was “wow, this place is bigger than it seems from the outside.” Upon entering, visitors walk directly underneath the Sky Rail zipline and Sky Trail aerial obstacle course. So you’re immediately in the middle of the action.

The family (Chris, Z and I) approached the desk and got some sweet Sky Ninja grip socks. A must for many of the areas in Spy Ninjas HQ. We then headed straight up the stairs to get fitted for our harnesses.

Areas For Ages 8 And Up

Sky Gauntlet

Also available for people eight and older is the Sky Gauntlet. It’s a huge series of rope tunnels you can climb through. And it’s up above everything, so your ninja skills will definitely be challenged.

Areas For Ages 12 And Up

Since Z is eight, we didn’t spend any time in the areas she couldn’t go. But Spy Ninjas Las Vegas would be a ton of fun for date night or to go to with a group of friends. Because they have a handful of areas only open to 12 and up.

Axe Throwing and Fruit Slicing

The axe throwing area is one such place. I’m so bummed we didn’t get to check this out because it looks like a lot of fun! You can join up to three of your friends at the same time. And you can choose to throw axes at targets or, even better, ninjas stars! And this isn’t a typical target practice game. The targets move!

Next to the axe throwing is a rage room. This is where you get to slice up airborne fruit with a katana. Or choose from an arsenal of ninja weapons. Don’t wear your nice clothes because this gets pretty messy even with the apron they give you. And bring your phone because they provide a stand for you to film all the action.

Virtual Reality

There’s also a virtual reality room in the back corner upstairs. This is where you put on the VR goggles and join your friends to slay some zombies. Or you can choose the outer space or pirate adventures. The Ghost Patrol adventure looks like a lot of spooky fun!

Areas Open To The Whole Family

If you have little littles, you can still have a lot of fun with the family. There’s a “Mini Ninja” area for kids aged two to seven, with a place for the parents to hang out and watch the littles. There’s also a huge arcade area with a ton of games to choose from.

Incognito Cafe

The entrance to a cafe shows a sign that reads "Incognito Cafe'. Beyond which you can see a gray floor, white cafe tables and dark gray chairs. There are people standing at the counter ordering food.

There’s even a cafe at Sky Ninjas HQ. Incognito Cafe offers burgers, pizza, chicken sandwiches, desserts and more. It’s smart to have a place for people to fuel up in between Ninja tasks! We didn’t try it though because we were too busy having fun!

100 Great Reasons To Visit Spy Ninjas Las Vegas

Bottom line, there are over 100 great reasons to take your family down to Spy Ninjas HQ in Las Vegas. Because they have over 100 attractions there, and something for every age group.

And there are even a few places only for adults. Including the Sky Lounge. Where you can order drinks while watching all the action that goes on down below. Or you can drink while playing arcade games at the Retro Barcade. So Spy Ninjas would be great for date night too.

Spy Ninjas HQ also does birthday parties and other events. They are located at 7980 W Sahara Avenue. Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. 10 a.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday. Closed Tuesday.

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