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Dig This Las Vegas
Dig This Las Vegas

Dig This Las Vegas

Open daily from 10 am until 3:30 pm
3021 Rancho Drive, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89102

The basics

After brief safety instructions, participants choose from a variety of bulldozers or excavators and hop behind the wheel, where a professional guide offers a short orientation before the earth literally starts to move. Learn to dig, move and stack 2,000-pound (907-kilogram) tires, play a round of “Excavator Basketball,” or ride a “Bulldozer Teeter-Totter” back and forth over a giant mound. There is also the option to design a team challenge for a group of coworkers.

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Recent reviews from experiences in Las Vegas

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Very epic and fun
Devyn_J, May 2022
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
It was a great experience really fun can't wait to do more!! The instructors were funny and nice and it was stress free.
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AWESOME!!
Frank_R, Apr 2022
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
My husband thoroughly enjoyed this and I loved that I could be part of it by listening with the headphones. Ty was awesone and everyone there were so professional. We would highly recommend it!!
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So much fun!
Roger_M, Nov 2021
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
It was so much fun learning to operate the excavator! We learned to dig big holes and move objects around with precise movements!
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Excavator
Franklin_J, Nov 2021
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
The spinning of the excavator was so much fun. Watching my husband do this was so entertaining. Would love to do this again with my boys.
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Age doesn’t matter! Do Dig it!
Vicenta_A, Sep 2021
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
A must do. Most awesome experience. Very empowering to take control of that piece of equipment and show it what your made of. No matter your age, you can do it.
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Wonderful Activity
Dustin_R, Jul 2021
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
Just an all around awesome experience! I booked this for me, but my wife who, had no experience operating operating anything other than a car was able to navigate through all the activities thanks to the great team. We both will be suggesting this to all of our friends visiting Vegas!
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Super fun!
Morgan_K, Aug 2020
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
Had a super fun time! I did the excavator and the instructor was very friendly and patient with me the whole time. Everyone was very fun to interact with and very friendly. The hour flew by and I learned quite a bit. Great unique experience.
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Big Dig trip
Don_K, Mar 2020
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
It was a blast, very well run operation. The employees were excellent and equipment was awesome! Tiny was great!
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Playing with heavy equipment is a reason to go to Las Vegas.
chris, Feb 2020
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
The experience was fantastic! The staff was helpful, the activity was beyond anything I expected. I had wanted to try something like this but was surprised how encompassing it was. It took my total attention to do it. I completely forgot about the rest of the world. The instructors are friendly and encouraging. The company owner was fun - very open about the business and his plans for the future. I will return.
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Big dig Vegas Rocks.....
zstemler, Aug 2019
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
Visited Big dig vitb my family . Did book the excavator experience. All of us had a great time. The kids loved it. Adults too. Amazing experience. Tiny, Brian, Rodrigo, awesome instructors. Especially Tiny. Super patient with us. Thank you guys!!! Will tell everyone!
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Great fun!
karen_s, Jan 2020
Las Vegas Heavy Equipment Playground
Playing with the BIG toys had been on my bucket list for a long time. The hour and a half I spent playing on the excavator was fantastic!!!! Beyond my wildest dreams of fun. I dug a deep hole producing a nice mound of fresh soil, then I moved a stack of truck tires and re-stacked them into a birthday cake and finally I got to play basketball taking each ball off of a cone and dropping it in the tire hoop. I also got to spin the cab of the excavator round and round and do a wheelie. The instructor, Brian, was patient, clear and non intrusive.
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Things to know before you go

  • Wear closed-toe shoes in order to operate the equipment.
  • You must pass a Breathalyzer test; anyone will blood alcohol content (BAC) of 0.06% or higher will not be allowed to participate and their reservation will be cancelled and not refunded.
  • There are two areas for spectators to watch the action.
  • Participants must be at least eight years old, and measure 48 inches (122 centimeters) tall.
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How to get there

Dig This Las Vegas is located south of the Strip; it’s about 20 minutes from Mandalay Bay and the McCarran International Airport and about six minutes from the M Resort Spa Casino by car. Taxis and ridesharing services are easily available around Las Vegas. Plus, the site offers ample parking if you plan to drive.

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When to get there

You should arrive 20 minutes before your scheduled start time to ensure you’re there for the safety orientation class. Overall, you can expect the biggest crowds in Las Vegas from March to May and from September to November because of the mild weather during those times. Also, weekends attract visitors all year round.

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