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Featured RV Parks in Las Vegas

**New Listing** Hidden Gem, Budget friendly
**New Listing** Hidden Gem, Budget friendly
North Las Vegas, NV
This campground is a smoke-free campground.
Cozy Casita+15 MIN TO Strip+ Free Wifi & Parking
Cozy Casita+15 MIN TO Strip+ Free Wifi & Parking
North Las Vegas, NV
$80
This campground is a smoke-free campground.
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Tour Nevada with a luxury Las Vegas RV park vacation

Las Vegas may be best known for its neon-drenched casinos and five-star restaurants but away from the Strip, visitors can also enjoy natural attractions such as the Hoover Dam and Grand Canyon right on their doorstep.

About Las Vegas RV parks

Visitors to RV resorts in Las Vegas can enjoy everything from world-class casinos and top music performances – and it’s all just a stone’s throw away. Many Las Vegas RV parks also offer on-site entertainment such as mini-golf and swimming pools along with electric and water hook-up, hot tubs, clubhouses, showers, and laundry rooms. Some even have their own dog parks.

Close to Las Vegas entertainment

On your trip to Sin City, make sure to visit some of the best casinos in the world, such as Caesar’s Palace, the Bellagio and Circus Circus. Alongside slot machines and craps tables, you’ll also come across performances from jugglers, trapeze artists and fire breathers – just to name a few! Also, if you’re traveling with kids, there are gigantic amusement parks such as the Adventuredome and the Stratosphere Tower on Las Vegas Boulevard.

Outdoor adventures

When you stay at an RV resort in Las Vegas you’ll be at the helm of the area’s most astonishing natural beauty. Red Rock Canyon is considered one of the best, while other attractions such as Spring Mountain Ranch State Park and Lake Mead aren’t far away, either. On your visit to Lake Mead, why not enjoy a spot of fishing? Or why don’t you tighten your hiking boots and make for one of the area’s many walking trails? If you require transfers, make sure to book in at your RV park reception in good time.

Shopping

With everything from luxurious designer shops to outlet meccas, Las Vegas certainly doesn’t scrimp on shopping experiences. Head to the Forum Shops in Caesar’s Palace for pretty boutiques and designer stores such as Balenciaga and Cartier.

Getting around

Parking in downtown Vegas can be difficult, so if you are staying at a Las Vegas RV park it is a good idea to leave your RV, opting for bus or taxi services instead. In Vegas, the monorail is a cheap and unusual way to get around, costing approximately $15 for a day pass. Daily car and scooter rental is also available.

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