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4 / 5 (49 votes )

Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

2711 W Windmill Lane
89123, Las Vegas
Nevada, the United States

Experience the exciting environment of Las Vegas' most spectacular RV resort. The Oasis Las Vegas, with its tropical "Casablanca" theme, helps guests relax in sunny Las Vegas by day and see the bright city lights by night in complete comfort and style.

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Golf court
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Anonymous
English (US)
When we arrived we found out all the pools were closed! Internet Wi-Fi very very slow. Not enough Restroom/ showers for number of sites. Not worth the money!
1 week ago

Anonymous
English (US)
RV resorts are not our thing. We were there for a wedding. For the price, the sites were not very level. It was pretty quiet. But as I said that kind of camping is not our thing.
2 weeks ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We arrived early evening. Good thing we have a 30amp electricity filter! Hot and neutral were crossed on our pedestal. Most likely unnoticed since site was enough for big rig. Office had Jay from maintenance out in a few minutes but we would have to wait until AM for fix. I asked if they had a 50>30 to loan. Jay couldn't find one, but offered a 15>30 to get us through the night. Just fine for a cold night. Dominic was out at 7am and tore the pedestal apart and got the fix done. Good service. We'll be adding adapters to the electric kit on our rig. Store had maple syrup that we forgot, but no adapter. Clean well run urban park. Good option for RVers visiting Vegas on a business trip as I was. Wi-Fi mostly worked, but our T-Mobile was more reliable. Standard sites are close, no outside table and a shades down experience. Dog run was ok.
2 weeks ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Park is clean, looks to be well maintained. LOTS of what appear to be full timer/residents and many of the rigs were older and not in great shape. The pad wasn't level, which is really disappointing at $90 per night. Overall, I'd say it's fine...but over priced for what it is.
2 months ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Our first ever RV trip, so we were a bit worried about how this would work. Easy! Campsite is big, easy to navigate, staff is friendly, lots of space. 15-20$ Lyft to the strip. We will stay here also on our way back.
2 months ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Nice resort about 20 mins south of the strip by uber. Has 2 nice pools 1 for family and 1 for adults only with a hot tub. Our site didnt have any shade but it didnt get too bad heat wise. It is a very popular location so expect to be very close to your neighbors. Wasnt too bad to level and had a picnic table and cemet pad for your chairs. Site itself was gravel but pretty flat. They also have a guard at the gate which was nice. Laundry and shower bathrooms available also. Cheapest ive seen laundry which was nice at $1.50 per load.
2 months ago

Anonymous
English (US)
This is the second time we have used Oasis as an overnight stop from SoCal. Like last time, we had a great level pull thru that allowed our 35’ fiver to stay attached to our F350. Our site this time allowed us the same convenience. Unlike last time, the on site restaurant was open - just not on Monday when we arrived. We did enjoy a great breakfast the next morning. Surprisingly, very inexpensive.
3 months ago

JL
English (US)
Here for the second time and our fond memory of this spot was confirmed. We are only ever in Vegas as a stop over en route to/from California and this is an amenity rich campground that makes for the perfect layover. The pool and cafe are great, the park secure, the staff friendly, and the sites convenient. Can’t ask for much more in the middle of such a large city!
7 months ago

AM
English (US)
Nice, clean, safe and convenient. We decided to stay here last minute on a long road trip. There are a lot of people and you can hear the freeway. But it's Las Vegas so it's expected! We could not have been happier with our decision.
7 months ago

ChristopherRobyn
English (US)
We booked a reservation to stay at this place for a weekend and when we arrived we promptly discovered that they do not accept conversions of any kind, (unless NRVIA certified) and we drive a skoolie. This mixup was mostly due to poor communication all around, but the security manager who we met was very kind. Luckily we were able to get a reservation at Circus Circus, but for twice the price. Oh well! Live and learn. I’m sure it is a great resort for RV’s!
7 months ago

WM
English (US)
Large complex, tightly packed spaces, no picnic table, most important problem is poor connectivity. Highway & airport noise can be an issue. Good laundry.
7 months ago

Klarno
English (US)
Pricing includes tax and “deluxe” (pull through) site. An odd spot and grateful for it in the middle of Henderson/Vegas metroplex. Sites are close together but enough room to get out the sliders. Many sites are cinder/sand, some have grass struggling to survive. Interesting rules about pets - signs posted on the dog pens (dog runs they call them) stating they have cameras and you’ll incur a $25 fine for not picking up dog waste. While the pens were cleaned up, I did see some dog waste elsewhere in the community. 900+ sites and two high rises overlooking it, it feels a bit like a crowded fish bowl. Bathrooms are self contain and clean and private. Showers good, although took four or five gallons to get hot water - a waste for a water-starved area. They have recycling. Good to drop off the stuff we collect on our trip and take home if we don’t have a place to recycle. Not everyone follows the rules here either.
9 months ago

Roamin'-with-Reba
English (US)
With 935 spaces and lots of amenities, the Oasis really is like it's own city inside Las Vegas. It doesn't feel like camping, but after all, this is Las Vegas, not a real camping area. This place is clean, well run, and the location is close to everything including the Strip and the airport. The staff are also very helpful. Especially one of the managers named Cindy. Everytime I call her she goes out of her way to help. The bathrooms are clean and private and the laundry is the cheapest we have seen in about 17 months as full-timers ($1.50 wash, $1.00 to dry). In addition, the wifi is actually quite decent, at least in our spot. We were able to stream shows through our Roku without a problem. There are a couple of negatives worth mentioning: Noise - The I-15 freeway is very close and sometimes it sounds like a racetrack. Cost - Our monthly rate was $1,045, including tax for a "Deluxe Pull-through" big enough for our 39 ft 5th Wheel and 3500 Long Bed Truck. I guess that isn't too bad when you consider the location. Also, electric is 16 cents/KW/hr which can add up quickly.
11 months ago

3schnauzers
English (US)
Always our go to place. But keep in mind their new rates are based on the Rauders games. If you stay on a Rauders game wknd, Fri, Sat. SUN WILL NOW COST 107.00 PER NITE, NO EXCEOTIONS. Even if you aren't here for a game, you pay that price. Been coming here for 5 yrs and rethinking it now
1 year ago

Biosensai
English (US)
Due to a change in the weather, we called for a reservation the day of - Labor Day. No problem. A security guard first checks you in at gate. Though I was pulling a fifth wheel, he couldn’t seem to understand that we weren’t just visiting someone - even though I told him more than once we had site reservations. Beautiful entrance into the checking area. Setting up in our nice pull through at sunset, I immediately noticed a strong sewer smell. Next morning realized the person in the site before had not secured the dump cap! We would have appreciated better signage in the park directing you to the exit. Leaving the park you must turn right even though the freeway is just to the left. Not a big deal, but be advised. This was only a brief overnight visit, but I’d have no problem recommending Las Vegas Oasis.
1 year ago

Redinthewoods
English (US)
Exactly what I expected from Vegas: easy check-in, lots of amenities, clean facilities, good rate and the bonus of having a little elbow room between the sites. There are a wide variety of site types, even some that have grass if you want to pay for it, so be sure to review the Resort Map on their website and consider that I-15 is adjacent to the resort. Thee is a big dog park, pools for the kiddies as well as a separate adult only one. Our only complaint is that for some inexplicable reason, the bar would not serve us a drink to take outside?!? Very odd for Vegas, especially in Covid times, so they lost out on more revenue from us. It's a little south of the strip, but close enough to enjoy everything Las Vegas has to offer at a great rate of $66/night.
1 year ago

chechomir
English (US)
The good: clean, convenience, swimming pool, grocery store, RV wash, restaurant… what else can you ask for in a RV resort !!
1 year ago

Dan&Patti
English (US)
We are staying at Oasis RV Resort in Las Vegas as we have a project we are working on for 3 months. Check in is easy, there is 24/7 security, bathrooms with showers, laundry rooms, golf putting course, pools, spa, restaurant and store as well as more. The park is clean and close to so much to see and do. There are spots for everything from a small pop-up to a rig that requires a 90ft spot. The biggest downfall is, there is nothing to sit out and look at. Check out our video for all the details https://youtu.be/3pPNAbfh15M
1 year ago

Chris
English (US)
We were very happy with our stay at the oasis Las Vegas. Beautiful facilities and very safe gated RV park with 24 hr security and front desk. Video below so you can see for your self:
1 year ago

Civillady
English (US)
We’ve stayed here a few times. This time picked the sites that said close to pool and clubhouse, I think it was premium pull thru. Perfect, 115 degrees and we were right next to pool. Before we’ve been in big rig section and it’s a walk. Previous visits tried cafe and acceptable. Uber will pick up here. Front check in staff has NEVER been friendly. Their online reservation is via email system so you have to wait to see if they have spot. Up to 24 hrs per website. But it’s so big,I wonder if they ever are full. They charge more if you call. They have some discounts. Pool was nice, clean. Leaving to get back on freeway a bit of a headache, you have to go on Las Vegas Blvd north or south a mile or so or be able to make a U turn. We tow and can’t make it. Good cell, OTA internet, and they have cable. We used Glory RV wash, came to site. Did good job
1 year ago

RL
English (US)
There are many reviews on this particular park, so I'll hit some of the highlights I haven't seen in some of the more recent reviews. Located fairly well South of the Strip, it's away from all the hustle, bustle, and homeless, yet close enough to make your way into the melee for some entertainment. 24-hour security at the front with a roving patrol. From the minute you park and walk into the elaborate main building, you feel like you're in a Vegas-worthy RV resort. Then the pools (kids and adult) can be seen to the rear and you know you're in Vegas (bring your own beach towels). Bath houses are clean, with laundry room as well. The park also offers concierge services to aid their guests. Onsite restaurant is available in the main building, with a fairly reasonable breakfast. There's also a guest market with some staple goods and miscellaneous camper and guest items as well. It was extremely hot during our visit so no noise concerns over the hum of our A/C. Plenty of grassy areas for our pet to walk through (plenty of rock and pavement as well).
1 year ago

Jifflee
English (US)
Stayed here on a recent trip to Utah and again on our return trip back to Southern California. Our plans were very fluid and changing and the reservation staff were super helpful with cancellations and reservations. Check in went smoothly. The sites are close together but we didn’t stay long enough for that to be a bother. Pool was clean and enjoyable. Fitness center also well stocked and cool. Definitely our new go-to park anytime we find ourselves in Las Vegas.
1 year ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Nice large resort. Because we didn’t have pets, they put us in the “No Pets” section which is right by the 15 - lots of freeway noise and smelly air, so I didn’t want to open the windows of the RV unless I had to. It’s like you are being punished for not having a pet! We were in a Deluxe site, but there really wasn’t much Deluxe about it. No grass, just concrete and gravel with a picnic table for 6 and a really small tree. Not bad enough to complain about, but I would ask for a site in the Pets area further in if they would let me have one if I come back again. Lots of places for the kids to ride their bikes and they even made friends the first night that we arrived. The sites are pretty well packed in, and this place is huge! Cafe had simple breakfasts and food available. No fire pit. Has individual bathrooms with showers that have good pressure and hot water! Family Pool was great, a little cooler (but was heated) in the morning which felt nice once it started getting warmer (in the 80s) around noon. Has two showers outside by the pool that seemed like they were only cold water but once they sat in the sun for a bit, the water was warm. Lots of room in the family pool which went from 3-5’ deep. Adult pool has a hot tub which was closed because there was no way to social distance in it. Convenient to a lot of places - we did have to do a lot of U-turns because of the one way traffic outside of the resort (and we needed to go the other way). The roads are super wide, so it wasn't a problem.
1 year ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Great location and lots of amenities to keep you busy. I was not happy with the site we were given, you don't get to choose. Our door opened up across from an high voltage electrical box and switchboard locker. The site was full of rock's and the picnic table shoved into the neighbors side.would stay again only if we could inspect the site first. Pool was amazing and not crowded.
1 year ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Large RV resort with great amenities and close to the strip. Was not happy with our site. Paid extra for a Deluxe pull through. Had to pull up far due to hook ups so door opened right in front of a large electrical box and switchboard locker. Site also was full of stones and picnic table shoved into neighbors side. We loved the pool and would only come back if we asked to see the site they assign us first as you do not get to choose.
1 year ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Clean site. Too cold out to try out the pool. Lot of older people. Felt like parking lot camping, not many trees.
1 year ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We stayed here two separate nights on the way to and from the north rim of the Grand Canyon. I booked a deluxe pull-thru online to get the 10% discount for the first night and then made a reservation for our night on the way back the morning we left. I was happy that they offered the same discounted rate. We grabbed a takeout breakfast and coffee from the cafe which was decently priced. Didn’t use the pool, but checked out the showers which were clean and spacious. Be aware of the sprinklers if you leave your stuff out. Luckily it dries quickly in 100 degree heat by 9am. The list of vendors they refer to for cleaning and repairs if you’re in need was impressive. We’ll come back to use as an overnight stop or stay a couple days when COVID is over.
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Convent location. Next door to Henderson, NV for dining and a short trip to Las Vegas blvd. Felt safe with a guard attendant. Restaurant could use a bit of a makeover. Cabana market is well stocked. Grounds were moderately spaced.
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We stayed here twice recently en route and back on a trip to a couple of Utah National Parks. Pros: Pull thru sites are plenty Full hooksups available including cable TV option Price for a full hook up site is reasonable Amenities - bathrooms, showers, store and cafe, which allowed for a non truck trailer disconnect and electricity only connection Showers - clean and spacious Cons: Customer service attitude didn’t leave us with warm and fuzzies; No shade trees (at least in our area) and it gets hot in Las Vegas so prepare to run your AC Not walkable to anyplace you’re likely wanting to visit Shuttle option would be a great addition Those items mentioned, it is likely we’ll stay again when passing through Las Vegas.
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Oasis is well managed and operated resort. The sites are concrete pads. Long enough for our 43’ RV. They have a notary on site if you need one. Convenient location to Las Vegas strip, Death Valley, Valley of Fire and Henderson Bird viewing area. Noise from airport is tolerable. All amenities are as advertised. Great WiFi.
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
I made an online reservation well in advance to ensure a deluxe pull-through site. I received a reply requesting a call to verify my credit card information and confirm the reservation. Accessing the entrance is very easy, heading east or west on Blue Diamond Hwy 160, which is right off I-15. There is a small guardhouse at the entrance where everyone coming in has to show ID or their pass. There are at least 10 large parking slots for rigs to pull into while completing check-in at the main building. Checking in here is like checking in at a Las Vegas hotel. There were 3 agents at a reception area, which was adjacent to the store, restaurant, pool area, and other services. We were provided with a color brochure & map, a rule book, several other full sheets and half sheets of paper and a couple of drink cards. I'm not sure I ever made it through all this stuff but one thing that really stood out is that this resort has several independent full-time service providers - RV washing, detailing, repair, custom sunscreens, tank flushing, etc. Noah from Red Rock RV Wash did a great job on my rig and several more each day we were there. Prices vary so shop around. The WiFi wasn't usable for us, perhaps due to our location relative to the antennas but we had great cell signals. Surprisingly, despite being so close to these major roads, there wasn't any discernible road noise in the resort. The final approach glide path for the airport is just west of the resort but wasn't really noticeable either unless you were outside. For as large as this resort it (granted, the space between sites is not huge but better than most WITH a nice picnic table) it didn't seem congested or noisy. The laundry (there are several throughout the resort) was well maintained and reasonably priced ($1.50-$2.00 wash and $1.75 dry). Hookups were very conveniently placed for efficient access. There are numerous dog areas throughout the park, with the largest one being outside the main entrance. In order to get there without having an accident along the way, many campers drive out and park right in front of the dog park. Accessing the strip is very easy, due north on either I-15 or S. Las Vegas Blvd. We had a great time and the Oasis certainly ranks as one of the nicest urban RV parks we've visited.
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
I use there dump station when not on full hook ups. They raised their dump station prices from $15.00 to $25.00 way to expensive and you can find other locations for $10.00
2 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Our first experience in an RV resort this large. We figured we wouldn't need a reservation at the end of August but we were lucky to get a standard site. We paid $35 for a single night stay with an "end of season discount" that they were offering. Full hookups (50amp, water, sewer) Stayed in site 469. The access right off the freeway was nice, although it can be a bit tricky getting out with so much traffic. The entrance gate was backed up just about every time we came and went. And when we first arrive we waited in line for about 10 minutes and then once we parked for check-in we waited another 15 minutes. So be prepared to spend some time getting in when you arrive. It was a little tight navigating the roads with a big rig (we have a 42ft 5th wheel). The sites were pretty narrow and short so people parked their vehicles and campers hanging out into the narrow streets. That didn't leave much room for cars to pass and we had a couple games of chicken during our stay. Our site was too small for our truck so we parked a couple rows away in guest parking. The garbage cans were almost always full so we would walk around looking for an empty bin. It was surprisingly quiet for being near Las Vegas and such a large resort.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We stayed here for 2 nights in a premium plus site. We were backed up to the pool equipment - a little annoying and next time would try and be at least a couple of sites over. Great place - easy check-in, super clean, amazing bathrooms/shower houses. Everyone very friendly and people enjoying the pool and the mini golf. We buzzed into town both nights for dinner and show - easy peasy, and took a trip out to the Hoover Dam. This place is perfectly located. Wifi is pretty much non-existent - at least whilst we were here. We couldn't even check email whilst connected. We did get decent Verizon and ATT. Wish we could stay longer.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
The spots are shared concrete slabs, close together BUT if you can handle that and the steep price, then this campground may be a good fit. It’s very close to Las Vegas boulevard, full hookups, nice big family sized showers, VERY dog friendly with lots of dog runs and a 24hr dog park. Their WiFi was ehhh... comparable to other campgrounds we’ve stayed at. Laundry facilities were clean and super affordable ($1.50 wash, $1 dry) They have a cafe, a shop, a swimming pool and bar at the clubhouse - though we didn’t utilize it. Would stay again, very family friendly.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Stayed here for a night on our way back from Yellowstone.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We stopped here for one night before checking into a hotel for two nights. This was our first road trip with kids & thought we’d need a few nights in a hotel room. Wrong!!! I wish we had booked here for three nights! We had a premium site, close to the main office, store, pool, & cafe. Our site had a small grass area & a nice, even concrete slab. The pool was wonderful with beautiful landscaping! There was also an adult pool & spa. The cafe was reasonably priced with the nicest people working there! Front staff was also very friendly & helpful. The convenience store was well stocked & priced just right. Laundry facilities were very clean with newer Speed Queen equipment. Showers were also well maintained & clean. Each shower unit had a toilet, bench, & shower space.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We stayed here over night on our way to our destination. Easy check in process, clean facilities, easy access off the freeway, and the pool was great for the kids to swim in after a long day in the car. Great pull through sites so we did not even have to unhitch. We will be here again.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
Hundreds of packed in sites in a great location a $14 ride share from the Strip. The entrance was straight out of the 80s, the staff was helpful and the park is run well. We appreciated that the park was safe, had a great location, and has the novelty of every RV service you could need at your site. It was great to have Red Rock RV Wash come right to our site to clean our trailer, they did a great job. If we return we would definitely upgrade to a Premium site. The Standard sites have very little tree coverage and many of them put two rigs on the same pad nose to tail, we had never seen that before. Even with daily trash pickup it was common to see the bins overflowing. If you have a dog, K-9 Kountry was an awesome dog daycare really close to the campground, our dog absolutely loved it and the staff was great.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
The Oasis RV Resort in Las Vegas is one of the nicest parks we’ve visited. It is a very large park with over 700 spaces but it certainly does not feel that big. The sites are spaced decently with many pull throughs. Trees are scattered about with just enough regularity to cause you to forget that you are in a desert. The staff was friendly and the resort has two pools, a putting course, a restaurant, store and ballroom for larger groups. Price was reasonable for a resort and it is easy on/off from I-15. We would recommend this resort for your next Vegas RV trip.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
After a very long and frustrating driving day, complete with ruined tire and new purchase, this was a welcome place. Clean and quiet, even though it’s just off I-15. We only stayed overnight because we still had a long trip ahead of us and weather was threatening. It rained overnight. We chose a Deluxe pull through because it was after dark when we arrived and we were ‘done’ for the day. This is a premium resort with many amenities and professional 24 hour security. Although we didn’t use them, there are 2 pools and a hot tub, restaurant, grocery and rv supply store, and lots of other amenities. It’s more than we normally pay, but, hey, it’s Las Vegas. Maybe we’ll get back there when we can stay longer.
3 years ago

Anonymous
English (US)
We’ve stayed here a few times . If you want to be close to everything in Vegas , then this campground works . Large campground with security at gate , 2 pools , small dog runs , horseshoes , bocce . Full service sites with cable and wifi . We’ve stayed in Premium Plus sites before and Premium. We’re thinking we’ll stay in the Deluxe next time and save a little . They need to add some tennis and Pickle Ball courts .
3 years ago