Campground Review Summary
- Name: Las Vegas RV Resort
- Dates of stay: March 24 – April 7, 2018
- Location: 3890 S. Nellis Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89121
- Type of campground: Private / Independent
- Cost: $50.85/night for XL pull through FHU site
- Additional fees: $10 key deposit, $25 RV self-wash fee
- Stay limit: none
- Accepts mail / packages: yes
- Cell reception: good
- Website: http://www.lasvegasrvresort.com
- Pros: Convenient to Vegas Strip, very clean, quiet, super big site
- Cons: moderately pricey
This is one of our favorite parks to date. Our paved pull through site was super long and wide – it was essentially two end-to-end sites made into one huge pull through site. We paid a bit of a premium for it, but it made for tons of space for the rig, truck and motorcycle. We had the usual full hook up (water, sewer, 50 amp electric) as well as a picnic table.
The park was clean and nicely landscaped. Instead of a key pad, the office issued an actual key for the restroom and pool amenities ($10 deposit, returned in cash upon leaving). After days in the desert environment, our bus was badly in need of a bath. The park allowed self-washing it (many don’t), so long as you paid a $25 fee for the extra water usage. Jeff preferred to self-wash, rather than having it done by a service for a much heftier fee. We had several packages delivered during our stay with no problem and no $2 fee (unlike our recent Thousand Trails park package pick up fee in Arizona). The office staff and security personnel were friendly and helpful.
The park offered several bath houses, a pool, spa, clubhouse, coin laundry and pet areas. However, we spent virtually all of our time out playing in and around Vegas, so didn’t even explore the park amenities. Park wifi was offered, but we used our own AT&T hotspot which functioned well here.
The best thing about this park was its location. Only 7 miles from the Vegas Strip and downtown, and less than a mile from the nearest WalMart. Sam’s Town Casino is within walking distance, but we preferred Ellis Island Casino near the Strip for our gambling fix. Some reviewers said they thought the surrounding area was a bit dicey, but we didn’t think so.
Bottom Line: Not the most inexpensive resort, but it’s clean, spacious, quiet and convenient to Vegas attractions.