Grand Slam Canyon

From Sega Retro

GrandSlamCanyon logo.png
GrandSlamCanyon interior 1.png
Grand Slam Canyon
Location: 2880 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109, United States
Opened: 1993-08-23

This teeny-tiny article needs some work. You can help us by expanding it.

Grand Slam Canyon, currently known as Adventuredome, is an American indoor theme park connected directly to the Circus Circus Las Vegas hotel and casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Opened on August 23, 1993 in a collaboration with Circus Circus Enterprises and Sega, the park eventually grew to became one of the city's more recognizable entertainment destinations, and remains in operation to this day.


Billed as "America's largest indoor theme park," Grand Slam Canyon is themed around the American Southwest, designed to recall the colors and textures of the Grand Canyon. The park's most prominent attraction is the Canyon Blaster, a double loop, double corkscrew roller coaster which dips in and out of the venue's artificial mountains. The Rim Runner boat ride plummets guests down a 60 ft. waterfall, and the Fun House Express packs riders into an IMAX motion simulator. The park also boasts the Hot Shots laser tag arena, the Xtreme Zone bungee trampoline, the Mystic Magic Theater, a traditional carnival midway, carousel, and bumper cars, among other attractions.[1]

Grand Slam Canyon is also directly connected to the Midway arcade, located in the adjoining Circus Circus hotel.

Press releases


Main article: Photos of Grand Slam Canyon


  1. M Pegler (2000). Entertainment Destinations

Sega-related venues in the United States
Seattle (1997) | Las Vegas (1997) | Ontario (1997) | Grapevine (1997) | Tempe (1997) | Auburn Hills (1998) | Orange County (1998) | Miami (1999) | Sawgrass Mills (1999) | Chicago (1999) | Columbus (1999) | Irvine (1999) | Tampa (2000) | Newport (2002) | Minneapolis (2002) | Long Beach (2003) | Las Vegas at Town Square (201x)
GameWorks Studio
Austin (199x) | City of Industry (199x) | Daytona (199x) | Henderson (199x) | Indianapolis (199x) | Kansas City (199x) | Littleton (199x) | Orlando (199x) | Philadelphia (199x) | San Antonio (199x) | Tucson (199x)
Sega Center
Anaheim Plaza (19xx) | Carson Mall (19xx) | Fashion Valley Shopping Center (19xx) | Fox Hills Mall (19xx) | Los Cerritos Center (19xx) | Montclair Plaza (19xx) | Puente Hills Mall (19xx) | Sherman Oaks Galleria (19xx)
Sega City
Indianapolis (1995) | Cedar Park (1995) | Irvine (1995) | Lone Tree (1996) | Albuquerque (1997) | Baltimore (199x) | San Jose (199x)
Fox Hills Mall (19xx) | Golden Ring Mall (19xx) | Great Northern Mall (19xx) | Time-Out on the Court (19xx)
Sega Station
Boulder Station (1997) | Kansas City (1997) | Sunset Station (1997)
World Sports Grille
Tucson (2008) | Seattle (200x) | Detroit (20xx)
P.J. Pizzazz
Eastland Center (1980) | Garden Grove (1982) | Puente Hills Mall (198x)
Game City (1992) | Grand Slam Canyon (1993) | Midway (1993) | Sega VirtuaLand (1993) | Innoventions (1994) | Sega Speedway (1995)