Las Vegas RV camping

RV parks have come of age, in America, and many other countries, around the world. There has been a growing trend of luxury RV resorts and luxury RV parks, which cater to the growing number of people who prefer to travel by road. There are different genres of RV Parks. Some provide basic amenities like electricity, water, and baths while other luxurious ones come with trendy amenities like Wi-Fi, recreational areas, posh restaurants and even casinos. No matter what you choose, a RV park, even the posher ones are going to cost you less money than a star hotel. Many times, the facilities in a RV Park are much better than that what is offered in most budget hotels. The grander parks offer facilities like family pool, waterfall, adult pools and spas, full hookups, and 18-hole putting course on natural greens.  And to top it off, you always have the option of taking to the wide roads, whenever you don’t like the park.

Las Vegas is supposed to be the ultimate destination, for most things desirable in life. RV Parks are no exception. With the influx of tourists, Vegas have developed this amazing array of RV Parks. Again, here also you will find different genres. Some are very basic in their infrastructure, while others are no less than a posh hotel. Some of the casinos too have RV Parks attached to them, which attracts a lot of people. Here are some overviews of a handful of most-frequented Vegas RV Parks. Most of the Las Vegas RV camping grounds are close to the strip, even if they are not attached to the casino.


                                                                                                                                  The Circus RV campground is one of the more popular Las Vegas RV camping places. It is run by Kampground Of America (KOA) and is the only RV camping ground situated on the strip. The Circus has over four hundred RV sites which offer electricity and Wi-Fi hook-ups. But the downside is that, it is built on solid asphalt, with very little greenery, making it very uncomfortable to stay in during the summer months. During these months, visit the Circus only if you’re RV has an air conditioner. The location of this RV park is absolutely amazing; being at the end of the strip. A shuttle service is available to the adjacent Circus Casino. It is also very well connected to the rest of the city.

                         Another good place for RV camping in Las Vegas is Sam’s Town. The RV park has nearly five hundred sites and the rates are also very reasonable. The service and facilities, at this park is pretty good, and hence it is quite in demand. Therefore it is advisable to make prior reservations, before planning a trip here.


Another more upscale RV park in Vegas is the Silverton Hotel Casino & RV Resort. The place is located five miles from the strip and houses nearly one hundred and twenty five sites. The best part is that every site comes with a free cable. Being upscale, it attracts a lot of people from all over Vegas, but the feedback is quite varied. You may not always get value for money at this place, so be warned.

                           Some other mention worthy places for RV camping in Las Vegas are Boulder Lakes Resort RV Resort, Desert Sands RV Park & Motel,  Good Sam _ Hitchin’ Post Camper Park, Holiday Travel Trailer Park, King’s Row Trailer Park Inc, Lakeshore Trailer Village, and Las Vegas International RV Resort.

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