Recreational Marijuana Questions & Answers For Tourists

For our visiting friends who enjoy marijuana, the long awaited day is upon you. As of July 1st, 2017, those ages 21+ will legally be able to walk in to one of our many existing marijuana dispensaries and purchase up to an ounce of whatever strain(s) your recreational heart desires.

And since we at JackColton.com have the pleasure of serving a million or so readers a year from outside of Las Vegas (humble brag), we figured it worthwhile to answer some of your inevitable questions before they start coming in (ok, that’s a lie, they’ve already started coming in). 


Q & A | Recreational Weed As A Tourist:


How much weed can I buy?

You can buy up to 1 ounce of weed per day. Which, by anyone’s count, is a hell of a lot of weed for one person to smoke in a day. 

Do you have to be a Nevada resident to purchase marijuana at a dispensary?

No. You just need a valid government-issued ID proving you’re over 21.

Can I bring weed with me and / or take it home outside of Nevada?

No and No. It is illegal to cross Nevada state lines with marijuana, so, legally, you’ll have to partake everything you purchase while you’re here. 

Can I smoke in nightclubs or casinos?

No. You can only legally smoke weed in a private residence, which automatically rules out everywhere else, including bars, casinos, nightclubs, parks, and, well, you get the idea. 

As a tourist, this will create a conundrum for you as you won’t legally be able to smoke it in your hotel or in basically any of the places you’re likely to be while in Las Vegas. You’re on your own on that one.

Can I drive with marijuana in my car?

Yes, but you can’t be using it. Any trace of it in your system is considered a DUI. The law states you can possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana flowers or 1/8 ounce of concentrates. 

Can I fly with marijuana?

This goes back to the whole can’t cross state lines thing. So unless you’re flying around Nevada, you can’t legally fly with marijuana. 

Shit, can I mail it home?

Marijuana is still federally illegal and even the likes of Fed Ex, UPS, and DHL expressly prohibit you placing it in their delivery care. 

Where can I buy it?

The list of dispensaries who can legally sell marijuana in Clark County is growing by the day (sorry for the pun), but as of today, they are: 

Acres Medical at 2320 Western Ave.
Apothecarium at 7885 W. Sahara Ave.
Apothecary Shoppe – 4240 W. Flamingo Road
Blackjack Collective at 1860 Western Ave.
Blüm at 1130 E. Desert Inn Road
Blüm at 1921 Western Ave.
Blüm at 3650 S. Decatur Blvd.
CannaCopia at 6332 S. Rainbow Blvd.
Canopi at 2113 Las Vegas Blvd. North
Canopi at 6540 Blue Diamond Road
Clinic Nevada at 4310 W. Flamingo Road
Essence Cannabis Dispensary at 5765 W. Tropicana Ave.
Essence Cannabis Dispensary, north Strip at 2307 Las Vegas Blvd.
Euphoria Marijuana at 7780 S. Jones Blvd.
Jardin Premium Cannabis Dispensary at 2900 E. Desert Inn Road
Las Vegas Releaf at 2244 Paradise Road
Medizin at 4850 W. Sunset Road from
MMJ America at 4660 S. Decatur Blvd.
Nevada Wellness Center at 3200 S. Valley View Blvd.
NuLeaf Clark Dispensary at 430 E. Twain Ave.
Oasis Medical Cannabis at 1800 Industrial Road, Suite 200
Piso’s at 4110 S. Maryland Parkway
Reef at 1366 W. Cheyenne Ave.
Reef at 3400 Western Ave.
Sahara Wellness at 420 E. Sahara Ave.
Shango at 4380 Boulder Highway
ShowGrow Las Vegas at 4850 S. Fort Apache Road
Silver Sage Wellness at 4626 W. Charleston Blvd.
The Dispensary NV at 5347 S. Decatur Blvd.
The Grove at 4647 Swenson St.
The Source at 6877 W. Sahara Ave.
Thrive Cannabis Marketplace at 1112 S. Commerce St.
Thrive Cannabis Marketplace at 2755 W. Cheyenne Ave.
Top Notch THC at 5630 Stephanie St.

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