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Las Vegas RV Parks – An Overview of Options

Key Points:

  • RV Parking on the Strip is limited to Circus Circus, while Main Street Station is the only option near Fremont Street.
  • There are 2 other casinos near Las Vegas (Sam’s Town & Arizona Charlies), both of which are on the Boulder Strip, that offer RV parking.
  • Numerous stand-alone RV lots with full hookups are also scattered around Las Vegas with varying levels of quality and amenities.

Although most visitors to Vegas opt to stay in opulent resorts, there are numerous RV Parks that offer full hookups to choose from, a few of which are affiliated with casino resorts.

Below, I’ll dive into the RV park options that exist in Vegas, both casino-connected and stand-alone.

Note that while not all casinos in Vegas have an RV park with full hookups, many will allow you to park your rig while you stay. I recommend calling the front desk to gauge where you’re able to park your rig.

Where possible, I’ll also link out to customer reviews on TripAdvisor so that you can quickly compare photos and real-world guest experiences.

Related: 95+ Free things to do in Las Vegas.

Casinos With RV Parking

Circus Circus RV Park: When it comes to Las Vegas hotels with RV parking on the Strip Circus Circus stands alone. The Circus Circus RV park has 170 big-rig slots with full hookups, 60 of which are pull-through. The RV site also has its own pool/hot tub, play area, dump station, convenience store, and laundry facilities. Access to Circus Circus’ Splash Zone water park is $10 per person daily.

Main Street Station RV Park: Associated with Main Street Station Hotel and Casino Downtown Las Vegas, this RV park offers 65 full hook-up (both 30 and 50 amp) RV spaces. Additionally, the park offers shower and laundry facilities and access to the pool/fitness areas at the California Hotel and Casino.

Arizona Charlies Boulder: With 200 full hook-up (30 and 50 amp) spaces ranging from 30-70 ft. the RV park at Arizona Charlies also offers showers, laundry facilities, an outdoor pool, wireless internet, and bathrooms for guests.

Las Vegas KOA at Sam’s Town: This 500-spot, full hook-up (30 and 50 amp) RV Park also offers amenities to include wireless internet, a communal BBQ area, 2 pools, laundry, and shower facilities.

See Also: Where to find slots more apt to payout in Las Vegas.

Non-Casino RV Parks

Riviera RV Park: A 55+ park, Riviera (not associated with the legendary casino of the same name) is located about 2 miles from the Strip and is comprised of 135 spots to park your rig. Located near convenience/grocery stores as well as restaurants, Riviera offers both daily and monthly rates.

King’s Row RV Park: With 474 full hookup spaces, King’s Row is a 15-minute Uber from downtown Las Vegas. Amenities offered include laundry facilities, a pool, on-site security, and easy access to public transportation.

Las Vegas RV Resort: Within walking distance of Sam’s Town, Las Vegas RV Resort offers 389 full hookup spots, including 100-foot pull-throughs. Amenities such as free WiFi, a heated pool, picnic tables at each site, a fitness center, laundry facilities, and a 24-hour patrol are included. As an adult-only RV Park, you won’t have the distraction of kids causing a ruckus either.

Hitchin’ Post RV Park: If being away from tourist centers is your preference, Hitchin’ Post could be a great option. With 197 full hookup RV sites, the park also boasts its own saloon/restaurant, high-speed internet, golf practice facility, swimming pool, fitness center, and even a hot water dog wash.

Thousand Trails RV Park: Located steps away from Boulder Station Casino on the Boulder Strip, Thousand Trails offers free WiFi, a swimming pool/hot tub, showers, laundry facilities, a picnic area, and cable TV.

Duck Creek RV Park: Located away from casinos and tourist areas, on the south end of the Boulder Highway, Duck Creek offers both standard and pull-through RV sites. The RV park also has a playground, heated pool/hot tub, picnic area with grill, showers, and laundry facilities.

Oasis Las Vegas RV Park: With Silverton Hotel and Casino located right across the street, Oasis is in a great spot for gamblers. In addition to Silverton, resorts like Mandalay Bay, Luxor, South Point, and Tropicana are just a short Uber ride away due to Oasis’ location on the south end of the STrip. The RV Park itself offers some unique amenities including an 18-hole natural grass putting course and horseshoe pits in addition to the typical pool, security, laundry, and convenience store.

Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort: Like Oasis, Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort is located steps away from Silverton, and a short ride away from the Strip. In addition to 400 RV sites, guests have access to a swimming pool with 2 hot tubs, an onsite restaurant, free wireless internet, and the aesthetics of over 400 palm trees.

Red Rock Canyon Campground: If natural scenery is what you’re seeking in a Las Vegas RV Park, look no further than this gem which is in the Red Rock National Conservation Area. Located just 20-minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, this RV park could be the perfect balance of nature and the typical Vegas experience. Note that there are only six total RV sites, so book early!

Hopefully, my summary of available RV parking was able to help you find an acceptable option. Whether you are looking for a casino attached or a stand-alone site, there are plenty of options to choose from with full hookups and all the amenities you would expect!

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