June is the perfect time of the year to travel to Las Vegas because it is before the summer vacation crowds and the uncomfortable extreme heat of mid-summer. The temperatures are not ridiculous yet, but they do call for plenty of water and plenty of shade. Do load up on the SPF, and don't skimp on reapplications. The weather is perfect for working on your summer color with a few hours at a swimming pool.
Golf tee times should be scheduled for early or late. Take morning or evening walks if the temperatures are to hit the triple digits during the day. Yes, you will get some 100-degree days, but June still will also have some really nice days in the high 80s F.
This month, room rates start dipping to more affordable levels for the expensive properties, and the cheap hotels practically give away vacations as the temps start to rise in the desert. But hey, it's a dry heat.
Average Temperatures in June in Las Vegas
- Average high temperature in June in Las Vegas: 100 F (37.7 C)
- Average low temperature in June in Las Vegas: 69 F (20.5 C)
- Average rainfall in June in Las Vegas: .12 inches
- Average humidity in June in Las Vegas: 21 percent
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Yes, it is pool season, but you need to be aware that it will get very warm.
Drink plenty of fluids while basking in the Las Vegas sun—that means drinking just as much water as you do alcohol, because the sun can bake you outdoors. Find a pool in Las Vegas and engage your Las Vegas sun-worshiping personality.
Take a ride over to Lake Mead and rent some form of watercraft.
Yes, it is a very un-Vegas-y attraction, but you will have fun that typical visitors do not have, cooling off while doing it.
You can also go rock crawling or cool off with the sharks at the aquarium. Need more suggestions? Check out the "100 Things to do in Las Vegas" page and "Las Vegas Must-See Sights and Attractions: Hotel by Hotel."
Have a meal at any of the number of places that give you a good look at the Las Vegas strip at night. There are so many people on the street that you might forget about the expensive club you were going to, in favor of an evening walk people watching. Outdoor meals at The Park Las Vegas are good, as the giant mist machines will keep you cool, and the cold drinks will loosen you up.
If your budget can handle it, have a meal out on the patio at Costa Di Mare at the Wynn. There is no better setting for an outdoor evening meal in Las Vegas.
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