Las Vegas RV travelers will find plenty of places to park close to the excitement. From Circus Circus on the famed strip to some of the outlying casino RV parks there is something for all travelers. Casino RV parking without amenities is sometimes free. Some of the parks that offer swimming pools, playgrounds, dog runs and plenty of things to do sometimes will comp a stay depending on the time spent playing in the casino.
On the Famous Vegas Strip
Next to the big top on the property of Circus Circus is a Kampgrounds of America campground. With plenty of room to roam and things to do these 399 spaces do offer campers many amenities. This is a kid friendly park that can keep the whole family active. Not only does the park have a playground and video arcade but kids and adults alike can enjoy a day at the Adventure Dome, Circus Circus’s five acre indoor theme park with roller coasters, miniature golf and much more. If that is not enough activity, take a swim in the pool and relax in the Jacuzzi before going into the big top to see the circus acts and play the carnival games.
Two RV Parks at a One of the Largest Casinos
Off the strip, on Boulder Highway, is one of the largest casinos in Nevada, Sam’s Town. This property offers two RV parks with 500 roomy sites for RV’ers to kick back and enjoy vacation. They make you feel right at home with the many amenities. Enjoy the sunrise and get a good work out in one of the swimming pools before breakfast. With plenty of things to do, Sam’s Town can keep visitors busy all day. Besides the action of the casino, test your bowling skills at the bowling facility, take in a movie at the theaters or get grovin’ on the dance floor. After all this activity don’t cook, Sam’s Town ofers a large selection of restaurants that serve a variety of food. Don’t forget to catch the laser light show or just relax in the serenity of the indoor Mystic Falls Park.
Arizona Charlies has over 200 beautifully landscaped sites to park even a large RV. The park is close to the casino action and there are plenty of amenities and things to do. Enjoy a good work out in the park’s clubhouse which has a fitness room and a heated pool and spa. Test your skills at the pool table or watch your favorite team on the club house big screen TV. The casino has all the popular games, five restaurants, live entertainment and much more to make for a comfortable stay comfortable year round.
Just minutes away from the strip in Las Vegas is the Hacienda Hotel and Casino Camperland. There is a large variety of activities that would please any RV traveler. This is the closest casino RV park to Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Activities are in abundance, play a round of golf, go water skiing, rafting, canoeing or enjoy a hike in one of the area parks.
RVing Las Vegas
Las Vegas! What a town! So much to do so little time! With the price of hotels as high as they are you just might want to travel to “Vegas” in your RV.
Many of you may have stayed at the Circus Circus campground several times. It is now a Kampground Of America (KOA) run campground and has the pleasure of being the only RV Park on the strip. It is though a paved parking lot with very little green and shade – so if you go in the summer it is a very hot location. The Circus Circus has 400 sites all with full hookups including cable TV and WI-FI. The last time we were there they were doing an upgrade to the electric. That project should be completed now. It is a great location on the end of the strip – they have a shuttle to the adjacent Circus Circus Casino and the city transport stops right out front of the Circus Circus Casino.
Another good RV park is Sam’s Town With 2 RV parks – they now have nearly 500 sites. 50-amp service is at a premium rate. A cash deposit or credit card is required at check in and advanced reservations are required.
Another park a bit more upscale is the Silverton Hotel Casino & RV Resort. We were going to stay there but we didn’t make reservations (something we don’t like to do) and the park was full. It is located about 5 miles from the strip has 125 sites with free cable. The Silverton Hotel and Casino was refurbished recently and draws vast differences in reviews.
Here is a list of RV parks in the Vegas area as mentioned in website casino-online-canada.ca:
- American Campgrounds on the Las Vegas Blvd
- Boulder Lakes Resort RV Resort on the Boulder Hwy
- Covered Wagon RV Park on the Boulder Hwy
- Desert Sands RV Park & Motel on the Boulder Hwy
- Good Sam _ Hitchin’ Post Camper Park on the Las Vegas Blvd
- Holiday Travel Trailer Parkon the Nellis Bl
- King’s Row Trailer Park Inc on the Boulder Hwy
- Lakeshore Trailer Village on the Lakeshore Rd
- Las Vegas International RV Resort on the Russell Rd
- Las Vegas KOA at Circus Circus on the Circus Circus Dr
- Maycliff RV Mini Storage & RV Park on the Sahara
- Nevada Palace VIP Travel Trailer Park on the Boulder Hwy
- Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort on the Windmill Ln
- Riviera Travel Trailer Park on the Palm St
- Road Runner RV Park on the Boulder Hwy
- Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall on the Nellis Blvd
- Showboat RV Park on the Freemont St
- Silverton Hotel Casino & RV Resort on the Blue Diamond Hwy
- Sunrise Resort and RV Park on the Boulder Hwy
- Sunrise RV Park on the Boulder Hwy
- Western RV Park on the Freemont St