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RV Parks and Camps in Las Vegas

A list of RV Parks and Camps in Las Vegas Nevada

When many of us envision Las Vegas, we picture the Las Vegas Strip with its glamorous hotels and bright lights, but with the popularity of RV travel, experiencing the city from your own living room on wheels may be the best way to go. Las Vegas is very RV friendly and is home to some of the best RV parks and campgrounds in the southwest.

Whether you’ve come to Sin City to experiencing the numerous casinos, extravagant shows, or even to get married, you’ll find the ideal place to park that RV and get out and play. Some Las Vegas RV parks and camps are located in a more peaceful setting where you can wind down from all the excitement of Las Vegas, while others are set right next to some of the most popular casinos offering the ultimate in convenience to the avid gambler.

KOA at Las Vegas

KOA at Las Vegas is located at 500 Circus Circus Drive and offers the convenience of camping right next door to one of the top rated family resorts in the city. This is a great place to be if you want to be next to the action. The park offers over 350 big-rig friendly sites with full hookups, and for those who want a more luxurious stay, guests can choose one of the KOA’s Super Sites offering grass, patios and outdoor furniture. Some of the amenities here include a swimming pool, hot tub and sauna, free Wi-Fi, a big-screen TV, and for those bringing a dog, this campground offers two off-leash dog parks and a free dog wash.

Riviera RV Park

Riviera RV Park is located at 2200 Palm Street in Las Vegas just minutes away from The Strip with a wide variety of restaurants and shopping opportunities located close by. It offers 136 sites and several amenities including a large swimming pool, shower room and laundry facilities.

Las Vegas RV Resort

The Las Vegas RV Resort is located at 3890 S Nellis Blvd, just north of the Sam’s Town Casino Complex. This is one of the quieter parks in the area and only accommodates those 21 and over, although it does allow well-behaved pets. This resort offers picturesque mountain views and includes over 400 sites with many on-site amenities including a beautiful clubhouse, free Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, a fitness center, swimming pool and spa, full hookups, 24-hour security and more.

Road Runner RV Park

You’ll find Road Runner RV Park at 4711 Boulder Highway. This is an impeccably tidy park that was even recognized by the California Travel Parks Association as an “Immaculately Clean Park.” It includes over 200 landscape sites and lots of amenities such as full hookups, showers, pool & Jacuzzi, slot machines, a dog run, dump station, and laundry. Its minutes away from The Strip, yet set in a quieter location for a more peaceful night’s rest.

Sam’s Town RV Park

Sam’s Town is the place to be for those who want to be close to The Strip and enjoy lots of exciting casino action. Located at 5225 Boulder Highway the park has over 500 spacious and well-maintained RV sites with full hookups and even includes Cable TV. The park has a swimming pool and Jacuzzi, laundry and shower facilities, pet runs and a barbecue area. Sam’s Town Casino offers over a dozen restaurants, a Bingo room, bowling alley and even a movie theatre.

Oasis Las Vegas RV Park

Oasis Las Vegas RV Park can be found at 2711 W. Windmill Lane. This resort is just south of the Las Vegas Strip and is one of the largest near the city. With a “Tropical Casablanca” theme, it includes over 700 sites that are beautifully landscape as well as a beachfront family pool with waterfalls. If you want it all, you’ve got it at the Oasis. Just some of the amenities include laundry facilities, Cable TV, an 18-hole putting green, horseshoe pits, separate pools for the kids and adults, fitness center, restaurant and fully stocked convenience store.

King’s Row RV Park

King’s Row RV Park is about 15 minutes from The Strip and a quarter-mile from Sam’s Town Casinos and Boulder Station, located at 3660 Boulder Highway. Here you’ll find over 200 sites with amenities that include Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, swimming pool, a recreational hall and a dog run.

Arizona Charlie’s RV Park

Arizona Charlie’s RV Park as recently renovated and is said to have become one of the best places to park your RV in Las Vegas. Located at 4445 Boulder Highway, it’s just steps away from Arizona Charlie’s Boulder Casino, the only Las Vegas casino with 24-hour Bingo as well as five on-site restaurants and live entertainment.  The park has over 200 sites that will accommodate a wide variety of RVs from 30 to 70 feet and offers many amenities. Just a few include a luxurious clubhouse with a big screen TV, pool table, fitness equipment, laundry facilities, private baths and showers, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour security, all set within a beautifully landscaped park.

Hitchin’ Post RV Park

The Hitchin’ Post RV Park is located at 3640 Las Vegas Boulevard North, on a main bus route that will take you right to The Strip.  It’s fairly quiet, and although it may look a little rough on the outside, the inside is more than adequate. The Hitchin’ Post Saloon is right next door and is open 24 hours. The park includes almost 200 full service sites that include Cable TV. Other amenities include free Wi-Fi, a heated swimming pool, fitness center, golf practice facility, dog runs, remodeled showers and tubs and full laundry facilities.

Las Vegas Vacation Rentals

Lake Meade - example of Las Vegas Nevada vacation rentals

If you are looking for a Las Vegas Vacation Rental house or apartment, you will be glad to know that Las Vegas has come a long way from its early days as a gritty casino town to becoming a family-friendly vacation mecca that offers something for most everyone. Every year thousands of tourists travel to this city to experience the vibrant environment that Las Vegas has to offer. Sin City has quickly become the hottest tourist destination and perfect holiday treat for all.

Vacation rentals can provide an ideal alternative to Las Vegas hotels, offering peace, privacy, and quiet; all things that can be hard to find in hotel room. Vacation homes can also provide an excellent value for the money while offering the same amenities as a deluxe hotel, with the benefits of complete privacy.

What do Las Vegas vacation rentals offer?

Many vacation rentals are conveniently located within just a few minutes’ drive from The Strip and McCarran airport, with most rented by the week and offering discounts for stays of a month or more. Nearly all homes include televisions and DVD players with exceptional sound systems as well as top-of-the-line furniture. Some include fitness centers, a spa, Jacuzzi, or a swimming pool. If you have specific features you’d like to have in your vacation home, you might make a list as you search through the wide variety of Las Vegas vacation rentals that are available.

For those who are looking for a budget-priced vacation rental and don’t care about deluxe amenities, it’s easy to find homes with just the necessities such as basic furniture, a kitchen and a bathroom. Fully-furnished apartments that will accommodate a small family start as little as $70 a night, while a luxurious home with a heated pool, spa and tennis court are offered starting around $450 a night.

The utmost in luxury

If you need plenty of space and want the best that money can buy, you might consider the Palacio Granada. At $2199 per night, this palace-like estate is located in a private gated compound less than a half-mile from S. Las Vegas Blvd.

Have you ever dreamed of having one of those “Extreme Makeover” homes? Now’s your chance, even if it’s only for a short time. A mini-castle like the Palacio Granada has room for at least 22 people and the property includes a main house with eight bedrooms as well as a Casita with two bedrooms, perfect for those who would prefer the in-laws have their own little abode.

Every bedroom in the main house has a view of the Las Vegas strip and guests will be treated to their own private bath and balcony. The kitchen has a built-in automatic cappuccino maker and dual built-in refrigerators. There is even a player grand piano built to play along with CDs, or as the perfect centerpiece for group sing-alongs.  In addition there is a working office complete with Internet access and a connected computer, and even a game room overlooking the foyer.

While you’re not spending your time gambling or taking in the lights of Las Vegas, you might play a game on the pool table or host a barbecue in the large covered outdoor patio offering views of both The Strip and the surrounding mountains. The backyard has a custom pool with cascading falls, a 40-jet spa with surround sound and fountains, a built-in BBQ, refrigerators, pool bath and a shower.


How to choose?


With so many different management agencies as well as private owners offering a wide range of vacation rentals, how do you choose the one that will best meet your needs? Choosing the right Las Vegas vacation rental that is perfect for the family, a couple, group get-away or the traveling executive can make all the difference in a good or bad experience.

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To increase your odds of a wonderful Las Vegas vacation rental experience, it’s imperative to spend some time researching and considering your priorities and budget, taking these tips into consideration:

  • Would you rather rent from a management company or a private owner? A private owner can be less expensive as they aren’t paying commission to a real estate company and may provide a more personal experience. A management company may offer more perks and they also pre-screen properties to make sure they are as advertised.
  • Consider the list of features each home offers compared to your own list of priorities.
  • Be sure there are photos available of both the interior and exterior of the vacation rental home you’re considering.
  • Map out the exact location so that you’re aware of the rental’s distance to major landmarks, such as The Strip.
  • Check references and reviews by performing a diligent online search.
  • Ask for a discount for longer stays of two weeks or more. If there are many homes with available and you aren’t renting during a peak season, such as the Thanksgiving or New Year’s holidays, you’ll have more bargaining power.
  • Ask about guarantees and get everything in writing. The rental agreement should be detailed; specifying the responsibilities of owner/management company and the renter as well as the refund policy.

Whether you’re visiting Las Vegas on business, attending the World Series of Poker, celebrating an anniversary, getting married, or for most any occasion, you’ll find choosing a Las Vegas vacation rental will give you much greater flexibility and more privacy than staying at a hotel. A vacation home offers visitors much more than neon lights and spinning bars. Once guests experience a Las Vegas vacation rental they might find themselves spoiled by the privacy and exclusive nature these homes can offer.