PHOTOS: National Ice Cream Month

July is National Ice Cream Month. President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month in 1984. He also named the third Sunday in July as National Ice Cream Day.

  • The world famous King Kong sundae at the Sugar Factory has 24 scoops of ice cream, two mini cup cakes, 3 kinds of sauce, marshmallows, chocolate chip cookies, gummy bears, slice bananas, whipped cream and more. Servces up to 12 people.

  • SnoBar features frozen cocktail ice cream and ice pops. Flavors include the Grasshopper ice cream, Cosmopolitan ice pop, Margarita ice pop, and Pink Squirrel ice cream.

  • Kuma Snow Cream in Chinatown is one of the newest places in town to get frozen treats. Snow cream is a combination of snow and ice cream.

  • Luv-It Frozen Custard is a Las Vegas landmark. The cheap, all-cash stand features differnt flavors each day and offers more than a dozen special sundaes.

  • Baskin-Robbins is offering guests a waffle cone upgrade with the purchase of a double scoop of ice cream for through the end of August. July's flavor of the month is OREO 'N Chocolate. PR NEWSWIRE

  • Smashburger has introduced a new shake called Peanut Butter & Jelly in honor of National Ice Cream Month. The shake features Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream blended with strawberry syrup and crushed Nutter Butter Cookies.

  • Trevi is celebrating National Ice Cream Month by offering a chance to win scoops of homemade gelato or sorbetto every day during the month of July.

  • Many people list Cold Stone Creamery as their favorite place for a cool treat. They are currently celebrating their 25th anniversary. There are four locations in Las Vegas.

  • Facebook friend Crystal Kelmel says that Wendy's chocolate frosty is her favorite.

  • Facebook friend Denise Slattery Mireles is a big fan of Ben & Jerry's New York Super Fudge Chunk.

  • Several Facebook friends cited Thrifty Ice Cream as their favorite. Never fear, there are places in Vegas where you can find the ice cream including a shop in Henderson and at Scoops in North Las Vegas.