Just a short Uber ride from the strip, The Grove is one of the most popular dispensaries in Vegas. Located on Swenson right across from UNLV, it’s conveniently located for both tourists and locals. The friendly staff is sure to help you find exactly what you need, every time. You’ll most likely drive past this dispensary on your way from the airport to the strip, so it’s easy to stop to buy and get what you need.
This is one of the few pot dispensaries that was actually founded by real doctors. This dispensary features one-on-one private consultations, so no matter what you’re looking for this team of experts will be able to help you out.
Is weed legal in Las Vegas?
Cannabis is completely legal for both medical and recreational customers as of July 1st, 2017. To buy recreational marijuana in Las Vegas, you’ll need to provide a government-issued ID (e.g. driver’s license, passport) showing that you are at least 21 years old and you’re good to go.
Can tourists buy pot in Las Vegas?
As long as you have an ID showing that you are at least 21 years old you can buy weed. Even if you are a tourist from a state or country where cannabis is illegal, you are still able to buy recreational marijuana in Las Vegas (or anywhere else in Nevada).
What types of weed do they sell in Las Vegas?
Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries sell a wide variety of products. Of course they sell dry herb in different sizes (e.g. 1/8, 1oz, 1/4, etc.) for vaping or smoking, pre-rolled joints, edibles (THC and CBD edibles), vape oil (THC oil and CBD oil), pre-filled vape pens, wax for dabbing, accessories, and more.
Do you need a medical marijuana card to buy weed in Vegas?
No. Recreational marijuana is legal for everyone over 21. If you are a medical patient with a valid medical card (whether from Nevada or out of state) you can buy a larger quantity of weed and you’ll pay less in taxes.
Where can I smoke or vape weed in Las Vegas?
Here’s where things get weird.
It’s technically illegal to consume marijuana in Nevada anywhere other than a private residence. This means that you aren’t legally allowed to light up in your hotel room. Unless you’re a Vegas local, visiting a local, or renting from an open-minded AirBnB, there is nowhere where you can legally enjoy the cannabis that you just legally bought.
The good thing is that Las Vegas Metro PD is very lenient on marijuana use. As long as you are somewhat discreet and aren’t doing anything stupid to bring attention to yourself, they’ll turn a blind eye to smoking or vaping the reefer.