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Las Vegas RV Resort

3890 South Nellis Boulevard
89121, Las Vegas
Nevada, the United States

Welcome to Las Vegas RV Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada! We have recently completed a $1.3M renovation to better serve our guests. You will immediately sense the bustle of big city entertainment while experiencing a soothing vacation in our welcoming RV Park. Subject to a stunning mountain view, vacationing at Las Vegas RV Resort comes with handy amenities and exceptional service. With provisions for full hook-ups and accommodations for pull-thrus and multiple slideouts, Las Vegas RV Resort invites you to be guests and unwind for a hassle free retreat.

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Accomodation
Caravans
Campers

Facilities
Electricity
Wifi

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Dogs
Youth groups area

Recreation
Swim in natural water
Outdoor pool
Sauna
Golf court
Boat hire

Sanitary
Baby change facilities
Washing cabins
Washing machines
Laundry driers


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Anonymous
English (US)
We really enjoyed the Las Vegas RV Resort. It was clean and super secure. We had to stop at the security shack when we left and when we returned. The park was patrolled, and we felt safe leaving our belongings in the back of our truck. The showers were single and very clean, water pressure was great. We were able to sight see a bit in Vegas, as the resort was close to everything. There was wifi and great cell service. The laundry facilities were clean and well kept. Our only dislike was the dog park/potty area. Our dogs are pretty picky and wouldn't walk on the gravel, or use the park to potty. Not a big deal, we were able to walk them and they did their business. The park was also right behind our camper, so we had to hear barking and conversations all day/night. Overall, a great park, we would absolutely stay here again.
1 week ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Not gonna lie - the first night I heard gunshots and was ready to leave… However we stuck it out because that seemed pretty much common for EVERY RV park inside Vegas…. There is ALWAYS a guard at the gate and he does check the pass before letting people in… the staff was SUPER friendly and kind! The inside of the RV park does feel safe with lots of staff around on golf carts.. Outside the RV park is another story… I wouldn’t walk the street.. The pool is actually really nice for an RV park and the laundry rooms were clean! 1,000% not dog friendly- the designated dog areas are gravel so to hot all day to use… We had to take them at 6AM and after dark… There is also SO many dogs since the place is 300+ sites we found ourselves always waiting for an open area even at those times. If full timers bother you then this so not the place for you! I’d say 45% of the spots were permanent residents - porches and all! I didn’t find any other them to be “junky or trashy” all seemed fairly tidy and We had no issue with them 😁 Be mindful of where you book - they have maybe 20 spots at the entrance OUTSIDE the gate that I would NOT stay at all - completely open to the street and anyone walking by. The internet was by far the BEST I’ve had at a park so far! We never had to set ours up and I was able to work all week off of the parks Wi-Fi which has never happened for us before!
4 months ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We had to unexpectedly stop in Vegas due to truck issue. Called this place and they were very accommodating. Our spot was close to the new bathrooms and the site was large. They have a pool, laundry, clubhouse and dog run. 50/30 Amp with FHU. Hotter than Hades, but we will be back in the winter. Best RV park bathrooms we have ever seen!
4 months ago

Anonymous
English (US)
What a great deal. Full hookups for ~$35. The place is very well kept, sites are all level, and there is 24 hour security. The place feels very safe with the friendly security staff. There are lots of really nice rigs with pride of ownership from most of the people staying there. This is a typical parking lot style RV park but the sites are spacious enough that we could park our toad easily beside our RV and there was plenty of room for slides and a picnic table. We only stayed for one night. The Vegas Strip is about a 10-15 minute drive away. If we pass through Las Vegas again, we would definitely stay here again.
5 months ago

Vicari.us
English (US)
Is it mostly an asphalt parking lot, yes, but so are all the other parks in the area. This one is at least well taken care of and has some landscaping and palm trees present. Our back in site was on the perimeter so we actually had some nice flowering bushes behind us along the fence. One interesting thing to point out is that your dogs are only allowed to do their business in designated areas (they said this is because they don’t get enough rain to wash it away from other places) which is both annoying when your spot is a good 5 minute walk away but also great because you meet so many people. There’s a few scattered leash needed areas throughout the park and one central off leash dog park area that actually has 4 separate sections, usually you can get a section entirely to yourself if you want your dog to focus and not play. There’s also a woman there called the dog nanny that will take your dog to the park for you or watch him while you are away, she operates on tips only. The pool is nice, the hot tub was closed for maintenance during our stay, the laundry rooms are nice and relatively cheap ($1.75 wash, $1.25 dry) although for the size of the park there’s not a ton of machines so there can be a wait. We had excellent cell service and had no trouble working. The park does offer WiFi but we never tried it.
6 months ago

JulMur
English (US)
This RV Park is packed, but they've utilized the space thoughtfully. It was so organized, safe (24/7 security), the rounds were well taken care of and an enjoyable experience. We've been traveling for 19 months all over the country and they have the cleanest and cheapest onsite laundry room we've experienced. They have a pool, hot tub, clubhouse, arrows around the park that weave you through the park totally a 1 mile distance. Everything is asphalt. Walkable to Sam's Town Casino. It is a drive to the strip and not in the nicest area outside the RV park gates, but it was a great spot for our stay. Wifi was fast and AT&T service was good. We would stay here again.
9 months ago

Thebetzadventures
English (US)
This was a nice, affordable park near the strip, offering quite a few amenities, such as pool, hot tub, dog run etc. The sites are fairly spacious and include a picnic table. Our only complaint would be the site we were placed in(site #330), which was right by the dog run. This should be a good thing, since we have a dog, but not so much. Due to it being overwhelming loud most of the time, even after 10pm(quiet hours), we had our fill. This is a very nice park that we would return to, so long as we aren't beside the dog run.
11 months ago

ivycl
English (US)
The sites are classified as standard (closer together), deluxe (wider, pull-through) and premium (widest, with space for storage sheds for example) There are also extra long sites. We had a deluxe site near the pool along one of the main roadways through the park, so it lacked a bit of privacy but overall was a good site. A nice amenity is that you're assigned a golf cart & driver who helps to find your site and uses the best way to get you positioned to park. Very helpful. Sites are level with asphalt pads and all hookups. Warm days with cool nights. Full-sun 24/7. Sites had pebbles and our site has some small bushes next to the road. Picnic tables were at each site. We were there primarily for business, and didn't use these, but besides a pool, there's a hot tub, clubhouse, laundry, etc. and you can also have packages delivered. We used Door Dash one night and the laundry, which was clean. The park is gated and your Site number flyer is required to be shown when you enter, so it seemed pretty secure. The area around the park has all the usual Vegas strip malls with all major chains nearby. Walmart is about a mile down the same road as the park. Also good access to highways. The pet policy was bothersome to me. We have a small dog who has to pee frequently but dogs are supposed to use the pet areas and there were only 2, not far, but not close by. It was a pain to have to walk for a quick pee for our dog. There's a dog run with 3 sections for small and larger dogs, but there were a lot of dogs, and at night, the pebbles there were pretty pee-soaked. During the day was better since it was so hot. There are a lot of winter full-timers and according to a neighbor, all the winter spots were booked. Not sure if they reserve some spots for short-term use. Overall, a nice park, very well-maintained and a good place to stay to see Vegas. It was a bit of a busy area for me as I'd prefer to be off in the quiet desert but served our purposes. Overall, quiet but not peaceful because the part was full. Would stay again.
11 months ago

Perk
English (US)
We stayed here a week and it was fantastic. The park is secure, quiet, clean, and well maintained. The bathhouse is amazing compared to other parks we have stayed in, because you have room, privacy and super clean. Pet friendly with designated areas for your dogs, which we actually liked. The park was quiet at night which was surprising considering you are in Vegas. Look forward to staying there again, perhaps for an extended stay, also sites were pretty descent in size.
1 year ago

Sally
English (US)
Park itself is very friendly, clean and well landscaped. Pool looked nice. About a half hour by car to the strip. Can park your over sized truck for free in the Tropicana surface lot or Venitien spot for oversized vehicles in their parking garage. Take an immediate right when you enter. RV parks in Vegas are all in sketchy neighborhoods so this park is probably as good as it gets. I’d recommend getting a deluxe site to be more in the center of the park to avoid stray bullets. Someone was shot just over the fence from us one night we were there.
1 year ago

Linda Don
English (US)
We stayed two nights in a pull thru full hookup site. The park is very large with all pavement and gravel. It is in the city so not unexpected. The location is fairly close to downtown and near a casino Sams Town. We ubered into the strip. The park is well kept clean and has security. The staff were very friendly and helpful. No grass anywhere so not particularly easy on the dog but they do have fenced in dog yards. Bathrooms and laundry were clean and in good condition. The pool is decent with a nice patio and tv room. Very quiet.
1 year ago

Linda Don
English (US)
We stayed in a full hookup pull thru site. It’s a large park fully paved and gravel paths. It was convenient to downtown or a close by casino Sams Town. The bathrooms were clean and the park well kept. As in other reviews it was not well suited for our dog. They do have gravel fenced in dog yards but no grass anywhere. With temps over 100 the paved roads and gravel were too hot for our dog. The pool was decent but very quiet. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
1 year ago

Cristine
English (US)
We enjoyed our stay here. We had a deluxe site that fit our needs well. The sites are a little tight but it’s not like you go to a Las Vegas campground to hang out at the campground. The dog rules are strict but it’s not like they kick you out of the dog has an accident, just clean it up and move on.
1 year ago

RvJ3n
English (US)
This place has a great website, and it is definitely as clean as it says. BUT, they are definitely NOT pet friendly, more like pet tolerant if you must bring 'em. The dog areas...well..it's a big park to walk through, and your dog is ONLY allowed to pee in the designated pee area. Which for us was the equivalent of 2 blocks away. So, in the mornings it was a mad rush to carry my little one and try to keep my bigger guy moving down the middle of the street to get to the pee area with no illegal peeing. And, you have to be careful not to walk anywhere but the middle of the street. Just a bit ridiculous. The shuttle to Sam's isnt as close as they say, and you are much further from the Strip than they say. The lowest we paid for an Uber to the Strip was $22 the highest was $50. Everything is super clean. It is basically just a huge pavement lot with a few trees and a bit of gravel landscaping here and there. You're very close to neighbors. Also don't plan on using their wifi. They give you a whole sheet of how you can use and how it can't be used. It is quiet. Crazy ghost town kind of quiet. I was looking forward to an adult only park, but this was intense. I'm definitely not ready for adults only Was not my kind of place, and I couldn't wait to get outta there. What a pain.
3 years ago

Life Rebooted
English (US)
We stayed for a month, and found the monthly rate to be an excellent value for the area. The resort is mostly an asphalt parking lot with lines (unless you score a Premium site with some gravel landscaping -- we couldn't get one) but it got the job done and we didn't feel too cramped. Yes, it's not in the best neighborhood, but we never felt unsafe, and the location was fairly convenient for getting around by car. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The RVers here seemed to mostly keep to themselves... it didn't seem to be a "wave and smile at your neighbor" kind of place. The WiFi was awful, but we've come to expect that. AT&T and Verizon worked fine. Surprisingly our site was pretty un-level and we needed several blocks under our motorhome's front tires and jacks before our jacks could get us level. The main drawback for us was the very strict dog rules, requiring dogs to only use the designated gravel pet area in the center of the park for relieving themselves. This is a pretty large RV Resort, so many people would drive their dogs (in a car or golf cart) to the gravel lot, some with smaller dogs would carry them there. Our Labrador Retriever hated walking on the gravel in the dog area, so we ended up driving him to a local park a couple blocks north every afternoon for a nice walk on some grass. We would stay here again for a few days, but because of the dog rules, we'd probably not do a long stay.
3 years ago

Bkitties
English (US)
We stayed at the Las Vegas RV Resort for 5 days without a tow vehicle, which kind of sucked. The RV Resort was okay. The people were friendly and the club house bathrooms were clean, but the neighborhood around the RV park was pretty sketchy. It is within easy walking distance of Sam's Town, Walmart and not much else.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
I was pleasantly surprised to find the Las Vegas RV Resort, just 10 minutes from the Vegas strip was only $29 per night. The RV park offered level sites with full hookups, clean bathrooms, a pool, spa, and laundry. It was the perfect place to beat the heat, get caught up on work, laundry, etc., relax by the pool and enjoy a night out on the Vegas strip. Overall, it was one of the best value RV parks we’ve stayed at in terms of the amenities, cleanliness, location and price. Will definitely stay there again!
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We generally only use campgrounds half the time we are out; and then, it is state or national campgrounds. However, we found ourselves going through Las Vegas and needing to stop a few days to plug in for work and being close enough to Starbucks for some decent internet. I was a bit apprehensive going into it. It is not our type of camping but for what it is (parking lot style), the campground could not be better run or maintained. It is not in the best area but I felt safe and it was very quiet in the middle of the campground off such a busy road. We even felt okay walking to nearby Sam’s Town in the evening for a movie. It was convenient to Walmart, grocery stores and restaurants. And not far from the Strip. The spots are very spacious and meant to accommodate big rigs with tow cars and other toys. Everyone we interacted with was friendly, from the office to security to people cleaning. All the facilities are super clean. We’ve stayed at many $300+ night hotels that don’t have as good of house cleaning. The laundry area has commercial grade front load washers; so you can wash some blankets and larger loads. The pet areas are also well implemented and I even saw them spraying the areas down with something I am assuming to keep it more sanitary. There is also a HUGE dog park a couple of miles away. Only one super picky comment, I did not care for the shower heads in the women’s side of the building we used. There are a few shower buildings. My husband said the men’s had great pressure. I only mention it because I have long, thick hair. The hot water temp was great though. The WiFi they offered did not work for us but I don’t think many or any campground WiFi is usable. The rate is $39/night for the site we were in but they offer a 10% Good Sam’s discount. Verizon coverage varied throughout the campground, 1-4 bars 4G. It was 1-2 bars at are site.
3 years ago