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When most people are planning a trip to Las Vegas, they choose to stay at resorts along the Strip for easy access to gaming and entertainment. But if you are looking for a unique way to experience the city or want to stay here on a budget, you might consider booking a local RV park. It may come as a surprise to learn that there are a variety of RV park and campground options right here within the city limits!
Here are the best campgrounds and RV parks to choose from in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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There’s a KOA-brand campground at the Sam’s Town Hotel and Casino that is a great place to stay at. When you stay in one of the spots here, you’ll have easy access to the 133,00-square-foot casino, 56-lane bowling alley, and 18-screen movie theater at Sam’s Town. There are also dining options here at the casino, including a steakhouse, food court, and casual restaurants. At Las Vegas KOA Journey at Sam’s Town, you’ll have a variety of site options, two pools, hot tubs, Wi-Fi, cable TV, laundry and shower facilities, and a shared BBQ area. Extended stay options are available here too. A big perk of staying here is that there is the shuttle that takes you from Sam’s Town to the Vegas Strip.
The RV Park at Arizona Charlie’s Boulder is also an RV destination at a Vegas casino and has 200 spaces that range from 30 feet to 70 feet long. The RV park is open all throughout the year and puts you right next to the casino offerings, including live entertainment, restaurants, a heated pool, and a hot tub. RV campers staying here can also use the onsite laundry facilities, fitness equipment pool table, large-screen TV in the clubhouse, and dog run. Daily rates start at $42 plus tax, while weekly and monthly rates are available too.
There are around 389 full hookup sites and over 100 pull-through sites at the Las Vegas RV Resort for camping at this ages 18+ camping destination that is just minutes from the Strip. It offers spacious sites with room for multiple side-outs and has a relaxing vibe. Guests staying here can use the heated pool and spa, hang out in the clubhouse, and do laundry in the two onsite laundromats. There’s also a pet area, fitness center, and 24-hour guard onsite at the resort.
Camping enthusiasts can stay at Maycliff Mini Storage & RV Park, which offers affordable living options and has been family-owned and operated since 1969. It is three miles from the Strip and has short-term and long-term living options. It works well for snowbird travelers looking to spend the winter in Las Vegas. That’s because it is also a 55+ senior mobile home community with a heated pool, spa, and clubhouse. The RV campground has 130 spaces with full hookups. Pets under 25 are allowed here with some restrictions. Laundry and shower facilities are available.
For something totally different and more of a nature experience, stay at the Red Rock Canyon Campground which is a 20-minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip. This is an awesome location to be in if you want a mix of outdoor adventure and nightlife on your next Vegas trip. Red Rock Canyon is known for hiking, biking, rock climbing, and scenic drives. The campground has 53 standard sites and also group sites. The sites have picnic tables and grills, while there are vault toilets and drinking water nearby. Overall, it’s a beautiful place to be for both RV and tent campers.
The Hitchin’ Post RV Park is a fun place to stay because there is a saloon, gaming, and a restaurant on the premises. There are 196 RV sites with full hookups here and spaces that are 30 feet wide and 60 to 70 feet deep. This is a secure and gated park that also has a motel onsite. It’s been run by the same Las Vegas family since 1948 and has well-maintained grounds. There’s a clubhouse, putting green, and dog bath here. Other amenities are the dog runs, fitness center, laundromat, and heated swimming pool.
At the Duck Creek RV Park & Resort, you’ll be in a convenient location, have reasonable rates, and amenities to enjoy. This park is about 10 miles from the Strip and 19 minutes from downtown. The Boulder Highway RV park has standard site rates starting at $38 per day, and there are weekly and monthly rates available too for longer stays. Perks of staying here are the heated pool and spa that are open year-round, the playground for kids, dog park, picnic area, and outdoor grills.
You can book a campsite at the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort and enjoy a luxury stay in your Class A motorhome. This park does not allow Class B, Class C, Super C, truck campers, bumper-towed campers, fifth-wheel trailers, van conversions, or tents. So, it’s really a specialty RV park where you can rent a space and have access to luxury amenities. There are various events scheduled at the resort throughout the year to celebrate holidays, happy hours, and other activities.
The King’s Row RV and Mobile Home Park is a 21+ adults-only RV park that is a 15-minute drive from downtown and a quarter-mile from the Boulder Station Casino. The Strip is just four miles away. It has 375 spaces for RVs, which makes it one of the largest campgrounds in the region. It’s been operating in Vegas for over 65 years and is very affordable at just $27 per day or $105 per week. The amenities at the RV park include a seasonal pool, dog runs, laundry facilities, a recreation hall, and Wi-Fi hotspots. Tent camping is available here in addition to RV sites.
Another casino RV park to consider for your trip to Vegas is the Main Street Station RV Park, which has 30/50-amp hookups and has 72 spaces in a five-acre lot. It has a pet area, restrooms with showers, and a laundry room for guests. You can use the fitness center and pool at the California Hotel nearby while you are camping here. Just stop by the front desk at the hotel for access. Up to two small/medium dogs can stay here if they are kept on a leash and you pay $5 per day, per dog. This RV park is six miles from the Strip but within walking distance of the Fremont Street Experience Entertainment District.
Open year-round and located on Boulder Highway, the Thousand Trails Las Vegas RV Resort is six miles from the Strip and a nice place to be for a blend of natural scenery and access to entertainment. The RV park has a pool and hot tub, as well as a dog park, library, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, and cable TV. In addition to RV sites, there are also cabins for rent here. Activities offered onsite include movie nights, Sunday worship service, game nights, and potluck meals.
Here’s a quiet camping area close to local attractions and another option for your next Vegas trip. The Riviera RV Park is clean and beautifully landscaped. It has a heated pool and spa that is accessible for people with disabilities. The Vegas strip is about 3.6 miles or 13 minutes from here. Daily rates typically range from $55 to $70 per night, with discounts to get your seventh night free.
If you want to camp right on the strip, the RV Park at Circus Circus is the way to go. Guests staying here get a range of amenities, including a pool, hot tub, pet run, laundry facilities, and showers. The pool is open seasonally, and there is a children’s play area onsite too. RV guests will need to pay an extra $10 per person, per day to use the hotel pool, slides, and splash zone. Circus Circus is a family-friendly casino that also has a hotel, free circus performances to watch, rides for kids, and several onsite dining options to make your RV stay an especially convenient one.