Las Vegas Pool Crawl
Las Vegas Club Crawl is Las Vegas’s premier nightlife tour, providing guided tours of the best bars, lounges, & Las Vegas nightclubs.
LAS VEGAS POOL PARTY:
Catch some of the world’s biggest DJ’s at some of the hottest pool parties in Vegas!
- Express VIP entry into all venues on the lineup
- No covers
- 3 venue lineup comprising of bars, pools, and pool parties
- Party bus ride
- Drink specials at select venues
- Drinking games at select venues
- Party Hosts
- Photos of the crawl
For the best pool party Las Vegas has seen… come party with LA Epic Club Crawls!
Swim attire is required for entry. We adhere to all rules and regulations set forth by the venue, country, and state.
Las Vegas Pool Crawl
This adventure is operated by Las Vegas Club Crawl
Refunds will be given 30 days prior to the event. After that, you may receive a credit in the amount you paid, as long as you contact our office 72 hours prior to your event starting. Once it’s within 72 hours of your event, no refunds or credit will be given.
WHAT IS A CRAWL?
We have three types of crawls we run in Las Vegas: Las Vegas club crawl, Las Vegas pool crawl, and our Fremont Street bar crawl.
A club crawl is a fun, easy, and organized way to see some of the best venues in Vegas. The crawl starts when you check in with our professional party hosts at the first venue, where you will receive a wristband and kick off the start to the night with drink specials, party games (at most venues), and get to know fellow guests! From there, your party guide will lead you to each of the venues on the line-up, with VIP entry and no cover charges.
A Fremont Street bar crawl is similar to a club crawl, just bars and not nightclubs. Our Fremont Street bar crawl shows you where it all started, the old Vegas Strip, home to vintage Vegas delights and a bustling nightlife scene.
A pool crawl, which runs seasonally during the summer months, visits the best beach clubs and day clubs in Las Vegas (3 venues total). Since the pools are further apart, we do include transportation between the venues. Plus it’s Vegas… no one wants to walk in 100+ degree heat.