Campground Review Summary
- Name: Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort
- Dates of stay: April 22 – May 22, 2021
- Location: 2711 W. Windmill Lane, Las Vegas, NV 89123
- Type of campground: Private / Independent
- Cost: $41.39 / night plus electric (monthly rate)
- Additional fees: none
- Stay limit: none
- Accepts mail / packages: yes
- Cell reception: ATT good
- Website: www.oasislasvegasrvresort.com
- Pros: Great location and amenities, moderate price
- Cons: none
There’s no place like Las Vegas! Although I find staying ON the Las Vegas strip to be wearying, staying just off strip in this lovely RV resort proved delightful. Oasis RV resort is located just a few miles south of the Strip — too far to comfortably walk, but only a short drive away. It proved to be a peaceful haven away from the frenetic Strip activity.
Oasis is a fully-featured resort, with a plethora of amenities including a pool, hot tub (closed for COVID during our stay), putting golf course, store, fitness center, restaurant, dog runs, bath houses and laundry facilities. The grounds are attractively and immaculately landscaped.
We opted for a “big rig” site, which was essentially two regular sites in length. The paved pull through site was fully long enough for our bus and vehicles. The big rig sites are limited and popular, so book early if you need one of those. We saw a few of our “sister” Entegra rigs, in fact at one point there were three of us side by side!
The normal sites are half this length. Depending on your rig size, the regular sites could find the back of your rig just inches from the back of your neighbor’s. We had friends stay in a regular site, and they weren’t happy with such close proximity.
Our full hook ups worked perfectly. The sewer line was a bit of a run, but it was (mostly) downhill. The site included a robust cable TV package, over the air channels were abundant, and our site was satellite friendly for Direct TV use. We did not lack for entertainment options. Being inside a large city, our ATT signal was strong, and the campground wifi was quite usable.
We were so busy having Las Vegas fun, we didn’t utilize many of the park amenities, such as the onsite restaurant or pool. The bath houses offered spacious individual bathroom units (unisex), 6 bathrooms per bath house. I did find the water temperature to be variable at times, but otherwise they were clean, modern, and functional.
This is a very large and busy campground. There seemed to be a steady stream of RVs in and out daily. I observed some obvious long term RVs, but the majority appear to be vacationers hopping in and out of Vegas for a few days to a few weeks. Daily rates are pricey for big rig sites ($90-ish), but the monthly rate brought the daily cost down to a reasonable $42/night. The monthly rate does not include metered electric which, for our stay, added up to a whopping $244! Granted, it was getting hot and we ran the AC quite a bit, but that was the highest electric bill we’ve seen at a campground. Still, the electric only brought our nightly rate up to about $50/night which isn’t bad, all things considered.
During our last trip to Vegas, we stayed at another RV resort that was quite a distance off strip. Staying closer to the heart of the entertainment district was much more convenient. There are also grocery stores, restaurants, an outlet mall, and other shopping options conveniently located within 10 minutes or so.
Bottom Line: Great resort in the heart of Vegas. We’ve already made reservations for our return next year.