RV Parks and Resorts in Las Vegas
Canyon Trail RV Park in Charming Boulder City
Canyon Trail RV Park and Campground
1200 Industrial Rd, Boulder City, NV 89005
Full Hook-up pricing: $52.80 nightly/$277 weekly 30 Amp, $354.20 weekly 50 Amp
Family-owned and operated, Canyon Trail is home to vacationers and full-time residents in the quaint “green spot” of Boulder City. This full-service RV park near downtown Boulder City is just 25 miles from Las Vegas and a stone’s throw from the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead.
It’s an easy drive to the excitement of Las Vegas, but at the end of the day, you can drive away from all the crime and grime and back to tranquility and safety to spend the night.
Quiet, Safe, And Amenities Galore
With real estate, location is everything, and when choosing an RV park, that does come into play, but what you want is a safe place with a solid reputation to park your home on wheels. Canyon Trail checks all those boxes and more.
The charm of Boulder City is a great start. It’s a small town with historical significance, boasting a low crime rate and an excellent vantage point for exploring the lower Nevada region.
This park suits RV enthusiasts with its accessible, large pull-through sites, a dump station, and plenty of juice up to 50 amps to keep the AC flowing. There is a single entrance with paved streets throughout and graveled sites.
The park is pet friendly, and the showers and laundry will make you feel at home. The bathrooms/showers have key code entries to ensure you and other guests are the only ones using the facilities.
There is plenty to do on the premises, with Wi-Fi available throughout, plus the pool, spa, and rec room. Boulder City offers a year-round swimming pool, golf courses, tennis courts, and hiking trails for off-site fun and exercise.
The park was nearly at capacity when we visited, yet it seemed quiet. That’s a win!
Canyon Trail Campground, Boulder City, NV
Large pull-through sites
Full Hookups: water, sewer, electric
Free WiFi Internet Access
30 & 50 amp available
Pet-friendly with a dog run (2 enclosed dog runs)
Showers and handicapped-accessible restrooms
Pool/Spa/BBQ Area – (Pool/Spa handicapped accessible)
Rec Room – DVD rental, book exchange, open for groups and parties
To view the site map, CLICK HERE .
Lake Mead RV Village: A Beachfront Campground in the Desert
268 Lakeshore RD #2, Boulder City, NV 89005
Full Hook-up back in pricing: $50 nightly/$300 weekly
A veritable oasis in the desert thanks to the historic Hoover Dam, Lake Mead RV Village campground at Boulder Beach in Lake Mead Recreational Area provides a beautiful place to experience the desert lakeside. You are welcome to stay for a day, a week, or a month, with a maximum stay of six months.
Lake Mead will draw your attention as soon as you get within a few miles of the RV Village. You can’t miss its grandeur!
There is a fee to enter the Lake Meade Recreation Area ($25 per vehicle for one day or $45 for a yearly pass), but that gives you access to miles of beautiful terrain during your stay. You won’t be disappointed watching the spectacular sunsets!
Not only beautiful, but the lake also provides a place for recreation and exploration, and it’s within walking distance.
The Village RV park is inviting, with roomy pull-through sites and complete hookups, making your setup quick and easy. The pet-friendly park of 115 sites offers Wi-Fi on most sites, and laundry facilities can be accessed around the clock.
There are many activities in the immediate area, be it swimming at the beach, sightseeing at the Hoover Dam, testing your skills at local casinos across the dam, or exploring historic Boulder City.
Lake Mead RV Village
115 RV sites, most of which are pull-through – power, water, and sewer
Wi-Fi (most sites)
Propane available onsite
Two Meeting rooms – great for group activities
Outdoor recreation area – Bocce ball court, horseshoe pits, and multiple picnic areas with BBQs.
Convenience and gift store on the premises
Laundry facility: open 24 hours
Boulder Beach is within walking distance. There is no pool at the campground.
Boat launch ramp nearby
To view the site map, CLICK HERE .
Home on the Range: Red Rock Campground
Red Rock Campground
3293 Moenkopi Road, Las Vegas, NV 89161
RV non-electric $20 nightly
You cannot pass up a stay at the Red Rock Campground if you’re looking for a stunning location and a no-frills camping experience. The campground has a remote wilderness feel just a few miles from Mt Charleston (as the crow flies) in the Mojave Desert, about 20 miles west of the Las Vegas Strip. There are 53 campground sites, and only six can accommodate RVs, so scheduling ahead is a must.
You will find gravel roads throughout the park (so it can be dusty). That solidifies the “ home on the range” feel. Each site has a picnic table, grill, and fire pit. Some basic creature comforts are vault toilets, drinking water, and trash cans.
Stunning Views and Exciting Recreational Opportunities
Since the campground is only two miles from the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, you have a stunning view and plenty of recreation nearby. For $15 per vehicle, you can enter the conservation area and enjoy the 13-mile scenic drive.
Additionally, you can get out and stretch those legs and check out the landscape while biking or hiking some of the 60 miles of trails. More experienced visitors may do some rock climbing up the 2000 documented rock climbing routes. Guided hikes and educational programs are available on select days of the week.
There is a strict policy about being checked in before parking your vehicle at the campground. So if you arrive before your stay, you can drive through but don’t stop or leave your vehicle. A fine won’t be a good start to your visit.
This policy reduces any extra traffic you’d ordinarily get from day-use hikers.
This is a tranquil campground, so if peaceful bare-bones camping is your thing, book now!
Shade Structures- The relief from the sun can be enormous in a desert region, and you will find shade structures throughout the group sites and at many of the individual sites.
Drinking water can be found throughout the campground.
Closed annually during the summer, Memorial Day thru September 1.
You will NOT find electrical, water, or sewer hookups.
You will also NOT find a dump station for your RV.
No swimming pools or recreational facilities
Pet-friendly with no extra fees.
Check-in: 2 pm Check-out: 11 am
Desert Eagle RV Park-Something for Special for our Military Heroes
Desert Eagle RV Park
4907 Fam Camp Dr bldg 2889, Nellis AFB, NV 89191
Premium Full Hook-up pricing: $25-$30 nightly
For current or retired military, the Desert Eagle RV Park at Nellis Air Force Base offers an excellent stay at a great rate. This park is open only to current DoD cardholders. Situated northeast of The Strip, Desert Eagle gets you away from the hustle and bustle of downtown yet close to everything you need right there on base.
Here you’ll find 226 campsites, with 222 full hookup sites. The recent renovations, which more than double the number of full hookup sites, have made Desert Eagle more inviting than ever.
Half of the park is well-shaded by trees which is unique in a desert environment. The roads are wide and easy to navigate. The dog run will help your four-legged friends stretch out, and the playground will do the same for your kids or grandkids.
Camping with Access To Nellis AFB–Perfect!
The extensive list of amenities is highlighted by the newer bathroom/shower facilities, laundry, and free Wi-Fi throughout the park. What puts Desert Eagle over the top is its proximity to everything an air force base affords.
A short drive gets you onto the central part of the base, where you’ll find the fitness center, swimming, BX, commissary, movie theater, and much more. The hospital is very close to the campground, which provides a measure of comfort.
The maximum length of stay with an RV is 60 days. The maximum stay for a tent site is 30 days. Once you leave, you can return after 30 days. You can make reservations up to 6 months in advance by phone, e-mail, or even snail mail.
Access is restricted to DoD cardholders. Specifically- Active Duty, Retired Military, 0-100% DAV, National Guard, Reservists, Purple Heart Recipients, Former POW, Veteran Caregivers, or DoD Civilian.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the park.
Laundry: 4 coin-operated laundromats
To view the Site Map, CLICK HERE .
Hitchin’ Post RV Park: When you Want a Little Extra
Hitchin’ Post RV Park
3640 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas, NV 89115
Full Hook-up pricing: $49 nightly/$565 monthly plus tax
You’ve got options when you stay at the Hitchin’ Post RV Park because there’s much more than just an RV park on the premises. Here you’ll also find a motel for those in your group who might prefer elevated creature comforts!
There is a saloon & steakhouse where you can wet your whistle and satisfy your fandom with a complete sports package viewed on nine flat-screen TVs while you enjoy a menu of delicious food choices.
You’ll notice right away how clean the RV park is at the Hitchn’ Post. It shows when a business is family-owned and operated (since 1948). That is a point of pride, as is their goal to offer the best customer service in town.
They’ve recently added some new amenities they are proud of, specifically the putting green and hot water dog wash. A little spoiling of your four-legged family members is always well received.
The park is secure with a main entry gate, which is essential since crime is an issue in Las Vegas. The roads are wide and paved, making them easy to navigate. While a safe place with level pull-through sites is paramount, other creature comforts make your stay much more like home.
The large laundry will keep your wardrobe fresh, and you won’t have to do much waiting with 36 machines on site. The free Wi-Fi and cable TV will make it even easier for you to stay put and relax if that’s what you want to do.
A large heated swimming pool and a basic fitness center are welcome sights for weary travelers who want to get their bodies warmed up and stretched out. The remodeled showers/tubs and bathrooms will also help remove the strain of life in your RV.
Conveniently located on North Las Vegas Blvd, you are away from the traffic and crowds but close enough a drive to join in if you want to.
Friendly, attentive staff – Office open 24-7
196 RV sites with full hookups
Gated secure park
Spaces 30′ wide, 60′ – 70′ deep
Level pull-thru sites
Saloon, gaming, and great food on the premises
Free cable TV with 3 HBO / Local / Golf / Weather channels
Free wireless high-speed internet service
Hardwire internet on all back-in spaces
Heated year-round crystal clear salt swimming pool – 52’x30′
Onsite fitness center
Golf practice facility
30 and 50 AMP service
In-park LP gas delivery on Wednesdays
Large laundromat with 36 machines
Deep well water
Motel on premises
Beautifully remodeled showers, tubs, and bathrooms
Pet friendly with two dog runs
New hot water dog wash
Recycle bins and dumpsters
To View Map, CLICK HERE .
Main Street Station RV: When You Want the Action of Downtown
Main Street Station Downtown Las Vegas
500 N Main St, Las Vegas, NV 89101
Full Hook-up back in pricing: $45 nightly
Located just north of Fremont Street in downtown, Main Street Station RV will have you close to the action. The RV park at Main Street Station isn’t the prettiest site, but it serves its purpose as a place to park your rig within walking distance of the fun. The Main Street Station Hotel and Casino is within walking distance, as are other fun spots on Fremont Street.
The wide-open park makes navigation a breeze with its five-acre lot and 72 full hook-up sites. Both 30 and 50-amp service is available.
Even your four-legged friends have a designated area to stretch out after a long haul or day of exploring. The fitness center and pool at the nearby California Hotel may fit the bill for working out those cramped muscles for the humans in your group.
The bathrooms with showers and the laundry room give you all you need for basic creature comforts during your stay.
This site is not gated, so it’s recommended that you double-check to lock your doors when you leave and be vigilant about what you leave loose on your site. You also won’t find much foliage since this is more of a downtown RV park. And it is located very close to the I-515, so there will be some traffic noise–mainly during the day.
But if that doesn’t bother you, this is an excellent place to explore fun and historic Fremont Street.
65 Full Hook-Up RV Spaces
30 & 50 AMP FullL Hook-Ups
50′ Max Length
Laundry & Shower Facilities
Pet Friendly with a designated pet area
Pool & Fitness Center access at the nearby California Hotel
Walking Distance to Main Street Station Hotel, California Hotel, Fremont Hotel, and the Fremont Street Experience Entertainment District Only six miles away from the famous Las Vegas Center Strip
Easy Freeway Access to US 95/515 and I-15
To View Map, CLICK HERE .
KOA Journey at Sam’s Town
Sam’s Town KOA Las Vegas
5225 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV 89122
$58.99 nightly average
Las Vegas KOA at Sam’s Town has the mindset of “play big or go home.” In a town that personifies “Play Big,” this RV park, 7.5 miles from The Strip, maximizes everything, including the park sites, which range in size from 40 to 70 feet long. Almost anything will fit into these spaces; some come with patios and furniture if needed.
Upon arrival at the Sam’s Town KOA, you’ll find a clean, inviting park with wide paved roads. The spaces are gravel but immaculate and sharp. Along with the roomy pull-through sites, you’ll discover back-in and nose-in sites between 30’ and 45′ long, full-hook-up 30 and 50-amps as needed.
The park is well landscaped, so even though you’re in the desert, you will find some shade nearby. Your pets will also like the grassy fenced off-leash areas.
An RV Park at the Best Casino on the East Side? Yep!
Within the campground, you will find two swimming pools with hot tubs to soothe those cramped traveling muscles. The laundry, bathroom/shower facilities are close by, clean, and accessible via key code for your safety. This is an un-gated community, but there is visible mobile security for peace of mind. Cable tv is available, as is Wi-Fi.
Beyond the campground, you don’t have to venture far to take advantage of the extensive amenities of one of the premiere casino resorts on the Boulder Strip, Sam’s Town Hotel and Gambling Hall. A parking garage separates RV park guests from the hotel and casino, so plenty of entertainment is just minutes away.
Sam’s Town Hotel and Casino bring the benefits of an 18-screen movie theater, a 56-lane bowling alley, an indoor garden and waterfall park, and daily laser light shows. The casino itself is a roomy 133k square foot of gaming fun. Plus, live entertainment and name-brand restaurants in the food court for when you’re on the go. If more refined dining is your thing, you’ll have options with TGI Fridays and The Angry Butcher Steakhouse.
50 Max Amp
70′ Max Length
Pool (Open Year-Round)
Hot Tub / Sauna
A KOA KampK9® pet friendly
Communal BBQ Area – area ideal for group or family gatherings
Free WiFi – is available at both pools and the main office. Site Wi-Fi is available for purchase.
To View Map, CLICK HERE .
A Forest in the Desert? Yes, at McWilliams Campground
McWilliams Campground Mount Charleston
At the end of Lee Canyon RD (Route 156)
Las Vegas, NV 89124
$25 non-electric nightly
For campground inquiries, please call: 702-872-5486
If you really want to get away from all the lights and noise of the city but still want to be within driving distance, McWilliams Campground is the perfect solution. About an hour from The Strip, you will immerse yourself in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area.
While technically still in the desert, at 8,600 feet, the scenery and foliage are quite a departure from the miles of desert landscape surrounding this picturesque oasis.
The drive up Lee Canyon Road from route 95 will take you through a changing landscape as you ascend a few thousand feet up to the campground. The desert gives way to cactus fields, bushes, and a forest of magnificent towering ponderosa and white pines.
Want to Feel Like You’re in Colorado? We Have You Covered.
The seventy-five campsites that can accommodate tent campers and RVs continue up the mountain as you enter the campground. These are all standard non-electric sites. This is an ideal three-season campground, spring, summer, and fall. There are several single and double-family sites, each with a picnic table, grill, and campfire ring.
Multiple restrooms with flush toilets are a significant creature comfort, as are the drinking water and regular trash collection.
What’s nice is the roads and parking spurs are paved, so you don’t have to worry about getting stuck when the weather turns wet or the nuisance of dust everywhere. The recent renovation of the entire campground has breathed new life into this site with upgraded washrooms, tent pads, and other noticeable improvements.
Over 100 springs in the area helped create the name for the mountain range. The breathtaking views seem endless between the 60 miles of hiking, horseback trail riding, and mountain biking. For those more experienced, there are also some rock climbing locations nearby. A scenic 45 min drive will get you to one of the large casinos on the northeast side of Las Vegas.
Flush toilets, sinks, and drinking water
Arizona Charlie’s Boulder RV Park: Clean and Landscaped
Arizona Charlie’s RV Park
4445 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV 89121
Arizona Charlie’s Boulder RV Park is off the Vegas Strip but conveniently on the Boulder Strip. This location is ideal for those looking to be in Vegas and close to things without being in the thick of things. Easy on/off the freeway, taxi/rideshare, and city bus routes nearby.
The Arizona Charlie’s difference starts in the office where a helpful staff is always ready to answer questions and help you feel at home. Recently renovated and sporting a beautifully landscaped facility, Arizona Charlie’s brings their A-game with 201 full hookup sites, most of which are pull-through (92).
Charlie’s is open year-round, so whenever you come through, you know you’ve got a place to stay. The creature comforts are plenty, headlined by a deluxe clubhouse with a large-screen TV, pool table, and fitness area.
You’ll also find full laundry facilities, bathrooms, and showers along the paved roads throughout the park, which always make a stay much easier on your rig. The dog run will give your four-legged family a place to stretch out safely. Everything is behind locked gates so you can feel secure in your home away from home.
Thanks to the casino next door, you can enjoy all the amenities on the premises. Aside from the gaming in the full casino, you can enjoy restaurants and live entertainment. A heated swimming pool and hot tub make relaxing easier no matter what time of the year you visit.
10% discount available for Good Sam, AAA, and Military. We found this a tranquil RV park, even when near capacity. Two weeks is the maximum stay.
Free Wi-Fi- 201 overnight sites with supporting two mobile devices
Free Local Calls
201 total Full Hookups with 30 / 50 Amp (max)
On City Bus Route
Taxi & Rideshare Service
NEW Security gates
Total Spaces (221)
Width (20’) x Max Length (70’)
Paved Sites (201)
Big Rig Sites
Pull-thru Parking (92)
Pull-thru Size (20 x 70)
Back-ins (20 x 40)
Room for Slideouts (Yes)
Pet Friendly with dog run
To View Map, CLICK HERE .
Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort: Glamping in Style!
Oasis RV Resort
2711 W Windmill Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89123
It’s in the name. Unlike some businesses which try to be clever with their name and description to gain your trust and, ultimately, your business, the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort lives up to the billing.
Strategically located near a major freeway hub, the Oasis is the perfect location for those wanting to be near The Strip, but with the feel of a tropical resort.
The first thing you will notice when you arrive is the welcoming security at the gate, followed by the short drive to the resort’s hub. You’ll find the administration building, pool/hot tub, restaurant, and store here. The grounds are lined with mature trees and natural grass—an inviting oasis.
Massive, beautiful RV Resort in Las Vegas
This is a massive facility, and your RV needs are sure to be met by one of the 700 sites. You’ll find full hookups, pull-through sites, and even locations for big rigs. The streets are wide and paved, making the park easy to navigate. Every staff member we encountered during our stay was friendly, helpful, and informative.
The family pool is gorgeous, surrounded by rock accents and trees to provide shade. The flexibility of the adult pool offers a nice option for those without children. You will also find a snack bar, grocery store, laundry, and more.
There are plenty of activities on-site to keep everyone busy beyond just swimming. The horseshoe pits are pretty popular, as is the 18-hole natural grass mini golf course, which takes you around the center hub of the park.
Though you won’t be assigned a site with your reservation, you will be given the best site available upon check-in.
All sites have 20, 30, and 50-amp service
Free 28-channel cable lineup.
Full-hookup sites with attractive landscaping
Family pool and waterfalls
Separate pool and spa for adults only
Natural grass 18-hole putting course
Security is posted around the clock at the gate and a 24-hour courtesy patrol.
Free WI-FI at your site
Restaurant and banquet facilities
“Sanctioned” horseshoe pits
Good Sam and FMCA discounts.
Dump facilities at each site
A dumping station is available (a $25 fee for those not staying on-site).
Pool and Spa
To View Map, CLICK HERE .
For The Kids (and the Kid at Heart): Circus, Circus RV Park
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2880 S. Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
$46-$53 (back-in, pull-in, pull-through)
Do you have kids or grandkids? Or are you a kid at heart who wants to be in the mix of everything? If you’re determined to be in the middle of The Strip with your RV, your only choice will be Circus Circus. But it’s an excellent choice if you want to park your RV and never drive again for your entire stay.
Though basic, you can enjoy many amenities, including pools and hot tubs, a convenience store, showers, laundry facilities, and a dog run. T his RV park is steps from the fun and games at the Circus Circus hotel and the entire Strip.
Is this a beautiful RV park? No. Is it convenient and safe? Yes. Circus, Circus RV park has a secured gate and security patrol, and the monorail is a decent walk across Las Vegas Blvd at the Westgate.
The grounds are tidy, but it’s noisy from all the commotion. The layout is easy to navigate, and you’ll find everything fully paved and fenced in. Check-in is easy, and the park staff is friendly and helpful.
Back-in, pull-in, and pull-through spaces are available
Hot Tub (Seasonal)
30 and 50 Amp Hookups
Water, sewer, and electricity
Play area for the children
Las Vegas RV Resort: For Adults Only!
Las Vegas RV Resort
3890 S Nellis Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89121
$104 – $158 nightly (basic through to premium sites)
We love our families and extended families, but as awesome as those children and grandkids can be, sometimes you need some quiet adult time to wind down and recharge your batteries. This is exactly what the Las Vegas RV Resort had in mind with its adults-only RV community.
Beyond the lack of kiddos, there are plenty of other reasons to choose an adult-only RV Park.
Relaxing stay – As we’ve pointed out, an adults-only visit will give you the prime conditions to relax without kids hogging the pool or running around screaming.
Community of friends – You may not have set out to make new friends, but it’s almost inevitable when living in an RV community. Don’t be surprised to see some of these friendships flourish, especially when children are not a distraction.
Amenities a-plenty – Without whole families to cater to, an adult-only stay can fully indulge the needs and comforts of mature adults. The outdoor hot tub and pool are extra relaxing without little feet and loud voices in the vicinity. Plus, you’ll have full-reign in the fitness center, park, and book exchange. Your pets are welcome, making it a true family affair even without the kids or grandkids.
Romantic One-on-One – Reconnecting with your significant other can be hard to do with the hectic nature of daily life. Hitting the road alone and having a relaxing stay together doing what you love is one way of rekindling the spark!
At the Las Vegas RV Park, you’ll find 379 full hook-up sites and room for vehicles needing 100+ feet. This RV Park is top-notch and by far the first choice for RVers in the Las Vegas area. Every site has 30 and 50 AMP connections and offers the flexibility of daily or monthly rentals. Since one size doesn’t fit all, you can choose standard, deluxe, premium, or XL sites.
Some bonuses for staying at the Las Vegas RV Park are:
Rent and electricity rates are noticeably lower
A maxed-out Good Sam rating of 10/10*/10 for 11 straight years
As well as a GuestRated.com ‘A’ rated park, also for the last 11 years
Competitive and often the best daily rates in Vegas
Quieter, thanks to a mature community of RVers 18+
24-Hour Courtesy Patrol
Free WiFi Throughout the Resort
Back-in and Pull-thru Sites Available
Phone Sites Available
Picnic Tables at Every Site
XL sites measuring 100′ long
Click here for the resort map
Las Vegas MotorCoach Resort: The Best of the Best?
Las Vegas MotorCoach Resort
8175 Arville Street Las Vegas Nevada 89139
$135 – $180 nightly (standard to premium sites)
The Las Vegas MotorCoach Resort is a 5-STAR class destination for RV enthusiasts and has been voted a Top 5 Best Luxury Resort and Readers’ Choice from 2019 through 2021.
To those who don’t RV, the word luxury probably wouldn’t come to mind when thinking about camping or parking an RV for a vacation. They would be dead wrong in those assumptions. With five heated pools, immaculate landscaping, and a fitness center, this resort will suit everyone from the rockstars to the royalty in your group with its country club feel.
Tennis, pickleball, tropical pools, a putting green, an active clubhouse, and close proximity to the strip means you’ll never be bored. Indulge Diner (near the entrance to the park) ensures your taste buds aren’t bored either. Take a break from cooking and go on down for breakfast or lunch for comfort foods galore.
Shopping and other off-site restaurants are easily accessible by foot, bike or car.
All sites are spacious, clean, and close to the amenities (that includes four laundromats). Most lots have nice covered seating, tons of shrubbery, and outdoor kitchens with gas grills. Because this RV resort only takes newer big rigs, the average age group is middle-aged to seniors with no children. This means the resort is quiet.
Pet friendly with a pet exercise area
Huge clubhouse with room for gatherings
Tropical swimming pool
Plan it, Book it, and Go Camping in Las Vegas!
We hope this blog has helped you plan an exciting vacation in Sin City without gambling on the RV park, resort, or campground you stay in. Our blog focuses mainly on east coast locations, so this was a fun diversion. Read our other blogs for inside information on points east!
How much does it cost to park an RV in Las Vegas?
It will cost anywhere from $35 to $90 per night, depending on when/where and what you need during your stay.
Do casinos in Las Vegas have RV parking?
While not all casinos in Las Vegas have an RV park with full hookups, many will allow you to park your ride during your stay. Especially those casinos located off the busy strip where access is much easier. We recommend contacting the hotel or casino you are interested in visiting to see if and where you can park your RV.
How long can an RV be parked on the street in Las Vegas?
Any motorhome, trailer, or camper over 24 feet long can park for 48 hours on a city street. This is contingent on the owner obtaining a permit from the city’s parking division.
Can you park an RV on the street in Las Vegas?
The answer is yes, and it depends. For a quick 48-hour stay, see the question above.
Where can I park and sleep in Las Vegas outside of an RV park or campground?
5 thoughts on “Ultimate Guide to RV Parks & Resorts in Las Vegas”
Wow. Thank you. My trip to Las Vegas is totally sorted now thanks to your fabulous info and tips.
We have often thought of travelling by RV. Your opening comment about who you will find at a random park is certainly a concern. So great to have a list of good RV parts in the Las Vegas area. Definitely something for everyone.
This is a wonderful, super detailed guide. It’s like having a friend that lives in the city you’re visiting and telling you exactly where to stay and what to avoid.
Thank you. A good overview, there are 3 to 4 that are on my list. The ones in and close to Las Vegas and that allow kids 🙂
Thanks for reading! Appreciated it.