Las Vegas RV Resort

Las Vegas RV Resort spot #259Well we’ve moved again, even if only a few miles … this time we moved to Las Vegas RV Resort. We wanted to check this RV Park out as a potential place to spend time in future visits to Las Vegas.

Las Vegas RV Resort is a very nice RV Park, too nice for us. We’ll have to move on again tomorrow. RVs must be less than 15 years old to stay longer than one night.  If we want to spend any time here, we’ll have to get a newer RV.

We were given a large pull thru ‘deluxe’ space #259 with a picnic table. Located on a corner, near a nice big clean private bathroom. $29 for one night, + $10 key deposit.

Nice view of Frenchman Mountain out the windshield. Everyone has been very friendly. The pool was being worked on and out of service during our brief stay (and we didnt find time to hit the hot tub).  The large clean private bathrooms were very welcome after the shower house at the downtown Las Vegas RV ParkMain Street Station. Six individual bathrooms, each with its own toilet, sink, shower, etc.

A lot less noise, quietest night we’ve spent in an RV in Las Vegas.

We decided to return to Sam’s Town RV Park for the remainder of this stay in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas RV Resort | Home Is Where We Park


  1. Well scratch that one off the list…. Since my vintage trailer (which is beautiful I might add) is 41 years old, I guess we are not welcome! I always appreciate knowing which parks are age snobs! Shouldn’t it count for something that it is restored!

  2. Margaret Kline says:

    Vegas is our favorite place. Most of the parks are at least OK for a night or two. Happy trails campers!

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