Best Las Vegas RV Parks & Campgrounds [Updated 2023]

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There is no shortage of RV parks and campgrounds in Las Vegas. Whether you’re looking to casino camp in a luxurious RV resort, or pitch a tent in a national park, you’ll have plenty of options in Sin City.

I decided to scout out every Las Vegas RV park myself to see which ones are the best. In this article, I’ll give you an in-depth review of every campground and RV park in Las Vegas. I’ll also cover the amenities, nearby attractions, and price points for each park, so you’ll know exactly what to expect.

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Map of RV Parks and Campgrounds in Las Vegas

These are all of the best spots to park your RV in Las Vegas. Both the RV parks and nearby campgrounds are on this map. You’ll that most of the RV parks (blue stars) are located on the Boulder Highway, while the campgrounds (red stars) are found on the outskirts of the city.

This map is interactive, so you can zoom in to get a closer look.

Best RV Parks in Las Vegas

Let’s start with the RV Parks. This is a complete list of all the best RV resorts in Las Vegas. All of these parks have full hookups available, but each park has a different set of amenities.

RV ParkRate (Daily)
Circus Circus$45-$70
Main Street Station$45-$60
Arizona Charlie’s$40-$45
KOA at Sam’s Town$30-$100
King’s Row$27
Las Vegas RV Resort$29-$57
Thousand Trails$50
LV Motorcoach Resort$90-$180
Riviera RV Park$39/day
Oasis RV Resort$55-$90
Lake Mead RV Village$20-$70
Desert Eagle RV Park$20-$30
Hitchin’ Post RV Park$50
Road Runner RV Park$20-$30
Duck Creek RV Park$38-$65
Canyon Trail RV Park$50-$70

1. Circus Circus RV Parking

Circus Circus has the only official RV park on the Strip. The lots are big, and have 30 and 50 Amp hookups, with sewage, water, and electricity. The Circus Circus RV Park also has a dump station, 24-hour security, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, and a children’s play area.

The RV park itself isn’t anything special. It’s really just a parking lot with hookups, however, it’s the best you’re going to find on the Strip. The rates here vary but start around $45/night. For an extra $10, you can also get access to the hotel pool and water park.

  • Location: Circus Circus Hotel & Casino
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $45-$70/day

2. Lake Mead RV Village

There are two main spots to park your RV on Lake Mead: the RV park and the campground (I’ll cover the campground more in-depth later). The RV park has full hookups, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, and a propane station. The sites are large and cost between $50-$70 depending on whether or not you want a view of the lake.

The Lakeview sites don’t have direct beach access, but they provide an unrivaled view of Lake Mead. This RV park is only a mile from the Lake Mead Marina and a 15-minute drive from the Hoover Dam.

  • Location: 268 Lakeshore Rd, Boulder City
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $50-$70/day

3. King’s Row RV Park

King’s Row is a huge RV Park located about 15 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. They’re an adult’s only park (21+) with 375 spaces, 200 of which have full hooks. The park is great for larger rigs since they have 80 100ft pull-through spaces.

A few of the park amenities here include 24-hour security, a 24-hour on-call maintenance crew, 2 dog runs, a pool, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, and easy access to public transport. King’s Row has a mobile home section as well, so you know it’s one of the best long term RV parks in Las Vegas.

Rates at King’s Row are the cheapest in Las Vegas. They charge $27 a day regardless of RV length and Amp size. If you’re staying more than a few days, weekly rates are only $105! Just know that rigs over 10-15 years old are required to get approval from management before you make a reservation.

  • Location: 3660 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $27/day

4. Las Vegas KOA Journey at Sam’s Town RV Parking

There’s a KOA RV park located next to the Sam’s Town Casino. This park is fully landscaped and has a ton of spaces that accommodate RVs up to 70ft. There are plenty of pull-through spots for different-sized RVs, making it a big rig friendly RV park.

This Las Vegas KOA features full hookups (30 & 50 Amp), laundry facilities, showers, a pool, Wi-Fi, and a propane station. Some of the lots also have full patios however, they do cost extra. Spots cost between $30-$100 depending on the lot size, but $50 is roughly the average price. For short-term stays at KOA, there is no 10-year rule, and the park is very family-friendly.

  • Location: Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $30-$100/day

5. Riviera RV Park

Riviera is a smaller RV campground only open to guests ages 55 and over. It’s one of the closest parks to the Las Vegas Strip, and it’s only 5 minutes from downtown Las Vegas. There have been some complaints about the park’s management in the past, but it seems like those issues have been corrected.

Although the park is 55+, children are allowed 2 weeks per season. The park has full hookups, showers, a laundry facility, a pool, and is pet friendly-however, aggressive dog breeds like German Shepherds and Pit Bulls are not allowed.

Most of the sites are for long-term residents, but spots are available for travelers. Just be aware that they enforce a 10-year or newer policy for all RVs. The daily rate is $39 a day but is reduced to $35 if you have a Good Sam membership.

  • Location: 2200 Palm St, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $39/day

6. Main Street Station RV Park

The Main Street Station is the only casino with RV parking in downtown Las Vegas. The RV park is located just down the street from the casino and has 65 full hookup spaces (30 & 50 Amp). They also have laundry and shower facilities on-site.

When you stay at the Main Street Station RV Park, you get access to the pool and fitness center at the California Hotel next door. Prices range from $45-$60 a day depending on the length of your rig and whether or not you want a pull-through space. Small to medium-sized dogs are allowed but cost $5/day per dog.

  • Location: Main Street Station Casino & Hotel (425 N Main St)
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $45-$60/day

7. Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort

Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort was rated as one of the top 5 RV resorts in the country by USA Today. This is the most luxurious RV park in Las Vegas, but it’s only for Class A motorhomes. There are over 400 landscaped lots at Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort that include full hookups, a giant clubhouse, resort pools, a spa, a fitness center, 24-hour security, and golf greens.

This truly is more of a resort than an RV park. Prices range from $90-$180 a day, depending on the amenities available and the lot you choose. These prices are to be expected considering that this is a high-end resort.

  • Location: 8175 Arville St, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $90-$180

8. Thousand Trails RV Resort

If you have a Thousand Trails membership, you’ll be happy to know that there’s a campground located on the Boulder Highway in Las Vegas. The park has over 200 sites with full hookups (30 & 50 Amp), along with laundry facilities, showers, a pool, a dog park, picnic tables, and a horseshoe pit. There are also cabins available for rent.

The sites can be a bit tight at this Thousand Trails location. You can still fit a Class A, but the spots are relatively compact (maximum length of 60ft). Expect to pay about $50/day, or $43/day if you stay for a week. The park is both family and pet-friendly.

  • Location: 4295 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $50/day

9. Arizona Charlie’s Boulder RV Park

This RV park is located next door to the Arizona Charlie’s Casino on the Boulder Highway. The park is clean and has over 200 spaces ranging from 30ft-70ft. Full hookups are available (30 & 50 Amp), along with free Wi-Fi, 24-hour security, a pool, propane service, laundry facilities, bathrooms, and showers.

There are plenty of pull-through spaces for large rigs however, the spots are narrow. Bigger rigs won’t have an issue parking, but there isn’t much room for your car on the lot (if you have one). There is no age limit on vehicles, which is important if you have an older rig. Arizona Charlies also offers weekly rates for $230-$250, and a 10% discount for Good Sam, AAA, and military members.

  • Location: Arizona Charlie’s Hotel & Casino
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $40-$45/day

10. Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

If you have a Class C or fifth wheel and can’t stay at the Motorcoach Resort, Oasis is the second-best RV park in Vegas. It’s perfect for parking big rigs since some pull-through sites are up to 90ft long. Amenities here include full hookups (30 & 50 Amp), free Wi-Fi, cable tv, golf greens, a family pool, an adult pool, a fitness center, a dump station, a restaurant, and 24-hour security.

Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort is located across the street from the Silverton Casino, so you’ll have access to one of the best casinos in Las Vegas. Most of the sites have grass and picnic tables, which is great if you have kids. Oasis is much cheaper than the Motorcoach Resort. Prices range between $55-$90 a day depending on the size of your rig.

  • Location: 2711 W Windmill Ln, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $55-$90/day

11. Desert Eagle RV Park

Desert Eagle RV Park is one of the cheapest RV campgrounds in Las Vegas. It’s located on Nellis Air Force Base, so at least one person in your party needs to have a military ID, current DOD ID, or be a 100% disabled veteran. If not, you cannot reserve a space. There are no exceptions to this rule.

The park has over 22 full hookup sites and features a fitness center, laundry facilities, bathrooms, showers, dumping station, and dog park. Rates range from $20-$30 a day depending on the site. You may hear jets at night from time to time due to the park’s proximity to the base.

  • Location: 4907 Fam Camp Dr bldg 2889, Nellis AFB, NV
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $20-$30/day

12. Road Runner RV Park

Road Runner RV Park is another affordable place to park your RV in Las Vegas. This RV park has a lot of long-term residents, so they do not take reservations. However, you can call their office the morning you arrive in Vegas to see if they have an available site. If they do, the park will hold it for a few hours. If you can’t get a site, there are a couple of overnight RV parking spots in the area as well.

Road Runner RV Park has 200 sites, offering features like full hookups, a pool, 24-hour security, laundry facilities, showers, and a permanent mailing address. The rates aren’t published on their website, you can typically book a space for around $20-$30 a day.

  • Location: 4711 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $20-$30/day

13. Las Vegas RV Resort

The Las Vegas RV Resort is an adults-only RV park located just off of the Boulder Highway. This is one of the larger RV parks in Las Vegas, with 378 sites. Amenities at Las Vegas RV Resort include full hookups, dogs parks, a pool, free Wi-Fi, 24-hour security, laundry facilities, restrooms, and a dump station. They advertise a fitness center too, but it’s honesty very small.

There are a variety of pull-through and back-in sites are available for RVs of every size. Most of the sites have picnic tables as well. The rates are low (starting at $29/day for a small site), so there are a lot of people that leave their RVs at the park and explore the Strip during the day.

Standard-sized lots are cheap too, starting at only $33 during the spring and summer. Las Vegas RV Resort is one of the most popular RV parking sites in Las Vegas. The people here a friendly, and the prices are very reasonable.

  • Location: 3890 S Nellis Blvd, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: April-September $29-$57 | October-March $35-$75

14. Hitchin’ Post RV Park

Hitchin’ Post RV Park is located in northern Las Vegas near the Desert Eagle RV Park. There’s plenty of RV parking here with nearly 200 sites with full hookups (30 & 50 Amp). There are a lot of pull-through sites and more than enough space between each rig (sites are 30ft wide and 60–70ft deep).

Amenities at Hitchin’ Post include Wi-Fi, cable tv, laundry facilities, a pool, showers, bathrooms, a fitness center, golfing greens, a dog park, and a dump station. Due to its proximity to Nellis Air Force Base, you may occasionally hear jets overhead. It’s not super loud, but it’s something to keep in mind. Rates at Hitchin’ Post start at $50 a day.

  • Location: 3640 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $50/day

15. Duck Creek RV Park

Duck Creek RV Park is another affordable Las Vegas RV park located on the Boulder Highway. This park can accommodate rigs up to 70ft long and has full hookups. Larger rigs can fit however, the spots are pretty tight. You will need to park your car in a separate lot away from your RV.

The park has a pool, a dog park, showers, laundry facilities, a convenience store, and a picnic area with a grill. Daily rates for rigs under 35ft start at $38, and larger rigs cost between $55-$65 a day. Weekly rates are available as well.

  • Location: 6635 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $38-$65

16. Canyon Trail RV Park

Canyon Trail RV Park is located in Boulder City, which is about 15 minutes outside of Las Vegas. It’s an excellent place to camp out in your RV if you want to see Lake Mead or the Hoover Dam (both are 10 minutes from the park). It’s also a great staging area for RVs getting ready to visit the Grand Canyon.

Canyon Trail has plenty of pull-through sites with full hookups (30 & 50 Amp). They also have free Wi-Fi, showers, a pool, laundry facilities, 2 dog runs, and a dump station. Prices range from $50-$70 a day depending on the size of your rig. Canyon Trail also has a 10% discount for Good Sam and AAA members.

  • Location: 1200 Industrial Rd, Boulder City
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Price: $50-$70/day

Best Campgrounds in Las Vegas

Now that we’ve covered the best Las Vegas RV Parks, let’s take a look at the best campgrounds near Las Vegas. All of these campgrounds allow RVs however, there are no hookups available, so you must boondock. Tent camping is also permitted at all of these parks.

CampgroundRate (Daily)
Red Rocks Canyon Campground$25
Boulder Beach Campground$20
Valley of Fire State Park$20
McWilliams Campground$25
Dispersed CampingFree

1. Red Rock Canyon Campground

If you’re looking to camp in nature, you’ll want to visit the Red Rock Canyon National Park. The campground has 53 standard sites and 6 RV sites. You’ll want to get here early because there is no reservations system. Everything is booked on a first-come, first-serve basis.

There are no hookups or showers, but all of the sites have a fire pit, a grill, and a picnic table. You’ll also have access to drinking water and vault toilets (no-flushing). While on the Red Rock Canyon Campground, you can hunt, bike, hike, rock climb, and ride horses.

It costs $25/day to camp at Red Rocks, and the maximum amount of time that you can stay is 14 days. Also, know that you may have poor cell service.

  • Location: 3293 Moenkopi Rd, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: Yes
  • Price: $25/day
Red Rock Canyon Las Vegas
Red Rock Canyon Las Vegas

2. Boulder Beach Campground

Located directly next to the Lake Mead Las Vegas is the Boulder Beach Campground. There are plenty of campgrounds around Lake Mead, but this one is the most accessible.

Campsites at Boulder Beach only costs $20 a day, but they don’t have hookups. The sites are large and come with a fireplace and table. The campground is located close to the Lake Mead Marina (about a mile) and is within a 15-minute drive of the Hoover Dam.

  • Location: Boulder Beach Campground, 268 Lakeshore Rd, Boulder City
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: Yes
  • Price: $20/day

3. Valley of Fire State Park

The Valley of Fire is one of the most popular state parks in all of Nevada. This national park campground is located about 45 minutes north of Las Vegas and offers both RV hookups and tent camping sites. Some of the amenities at the campground include picnic tables, grills, bathrooms, showers, water, and a dump station.

One of the main attractions at the Valley of Fire is bright red sandstone rock formations, and the hiking trails surrounding them. There are two campgrounds at the park, offering a total of 72 sites that are only available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Campsites cost $20/night, and you cannot stay longer than 14 days.

  • Location: 29450 Valley of Fire Hwy, Overton
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Boondocking: Yes
  • Price: $20

4. McWilliams Campground

If you want to camp close the Mount Charleston, McWilliams Campground is a good option. The campground is located near the peak of Mount Charleston, so the views are amazing.

There are no RV hookups, but each site comes with picnic tables, grills, drinking water, bathrooms, and campfire rings. The roads here are paved, and the sites have tent pads. Single sites cost $25/night, while doubles cost $50/night. You cannot book a campsite in advance since they are only on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • Location: 6420 Lee Canyon Rd, Las Vegas
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: Yes
  • Price: $25

5. Dispersed Camping

The cheapest camping option is dispersed camping. There are plenty of dispersed camping sites around Mount Charleston in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. These are 100% free campgrounds in remote areas with no amenities. You will not have access to city water, and your cell service is likely going to be spotty at best.

The most popular dispersed camping areas include Mack’s Canyon, Champion Road, and Lovell Canyon. You can camp on one site for a maximum of 14 days. After that, you must move at least 5 miles up the road and select another dispersed camping area.

  • Location: Anywhere on BLM Land (Bureau of Land Management)
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: Yes
  • Price: Free