There are plenty of extended stay RV parks in Las Vegas. However, it can be difficult to get an accurate picture of what it’s actually like to live at these parks. Some RV park websites can mislead you by only showing their positive attributes. So, I took the time to visit all of them to see which are the best for long-termers.
These are the best long-term RV parks in Las Vegas:
- Kings Row RV Park
- Road Runner RV Park
- Riviera RV Park
- Duck Creek RV Park
- Las Vegas RV Resort
- Hitchin’ Post RV Park
- Canyon Trail RV Park
- Arizona Charlie’s Boulder RV Park
- Oasis RV Resort
- Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort
- Lake Mead RV Village
Most RV parks offer discounted rates if you stay for over a month. In this post, I’ll let you know everything you need to know about the long term RV parks in Las Vegas, including prices and amenities. I’ll also give some recommendations on which parks are best based on your budget.
Monthly Cost of Long Term RV Parks Costs in Las Vegas
The average cost to park a large RV in Las Vegas is between $600-$700 a month when you include taxes and electricity. Most RV parks will charge a different rate depending on how large your rig is. This is a good idea of what to expect:
|RV Park||Monthly Rates|
|Kings Row RV Park||$440|
|Road Runner RV Park||$400-$600*|
|Riviera RV Park||$455-$515|
|Duck Creek RV Park||$530-$700|
|Las Vegas RV Resort||$550-$800|
|Hitchin’ Post RV Park||$565|
|Canyon Trail RV Park||$625-$775|
|Arizona Charlie’s Boulder RV Park||$690-$730|
|Lake Mead RV Village||$800-$950|
|Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort||$690-$1099|
|Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort||$2,000-$4,000*|
*Monthly rates aren’t published for a few of these parks, so some of rates are an estimate based on what other people have paid.
All of the rates in the table above include water and sewer hookups. However, it’s important to know that many RV parks charge for electricity separately. That means your overall cost of living is likely to be higher in the summer when you’re running your air conditioner. On top of that, some parks also require that you put down a refundable security deposit.
In the next section, I’ll cover some of the specifics of each park to help you find the one that best fits your needs.
10 Best Long-term RV Parks in Las Vegas
These are the best long-term RV parks in Las Vegas. If you’re staying in Las Vegas for more than 4 weeks, you’ll want to choose one of these parks. Paying a monthly rate is much cheaper than paying a daily rate for 30 days straight. All of the parks mentioned below have both 30 and 50 Amp hookups available, along with pull-through sites.
1. King’s Row RV Park
Kings Row is one of the most affordable RV parks in Las Vegas. It’s a large adults-only RV park located about 15 minutes from the heart of the Las Vegas Strip. This park is perfect if you have a larger rig since they have 80 100ft pull-through spaces.
The best part about King’s Row is that they charge a flat rate regardless of the size of your RV. They also charge a flat rate for electricity ($20/month), which is an excellent price. Additionally, Kings Row is the only RV park that I’ve seen that offers 24-hour on-call maintenance.
- Location: 3660 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas
- Monthly rate: $440
- Amenities: 24-hour security, 2 dog runs, pool, laundry facilities, access to public buses, Wi-Fi
2. Road Runner RV Park
Road Runner RV Park is another inexpensive long term option. The park favors long-term residents, so it doesn’t take reservations. You must call in the morning to see if they have a spot available. If they do, they will hold it for you.
This park is clean and has 24-hour security. Road Runner also offers a permanent mailing address so you can have mail sent directly to your rig. They don’t publish rates on their website, so you have to call to get an exact quote. Typically they charge between $400-$600 a month, depending on the size of your rig.
- Location: 4711 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas
- Monthly rate: $400-$600
- Amenities: laundry facilities, showers, on-site mail, 24 hour security, pool
3. Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort
Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort was rated as one of the top 5 RV resorts in the country by USA Today, but it’s only for Class A motorhomes. This is the best RV park in Las Vegas by far, and it has no shortage of amenities. The entire park is fully landscaped, the security is tight, there are on-site tennis courts, and there’s a giant clubhouse with a fitness center.
The Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort may be the most luxurious long term RV park in Las Vegas, but it’s also the most expensive. Expect to pay roughly $2,000-$4,000 a month to stay here. Many of the residents at this park own their sites but rent them out to others while they’re not around.
- Location: 8175 Arville St, Las Vegas
- Monthly rate: $2,000-$4,000
- Amenities: Pool, spa, fitness center, clubhouse, putting greens, tennis courts, restaurant, 24-hour security
4. Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort
If you’re looking for a luxury long-term home for your Class C or fifth wheel, Oasis RV Resort is the best option. Oasis is a luxury RV park, but it’s also relatively affordable. Monthly rates start at $690 for small lots, while standard lots cost about $825 (not including electrical use and taxes).
Big rigs are welcome at Oasis since they have a number of 90ft pull-through sites. The park is located near the Silverton Casino, so you’ll have easy access to all of the slots and tables games you want. Most of the sites here are landscaped and have picnic tables. This is one of the best RV parks to stay at if you have kids.
- Location: 2711 W Windmill Ln, Las Vegas
- Monthly rate: $690-$1099
- Amenities: 24-hour security, free Wi-Fi, cable tv, putting greens, pools, fitness center, dump station, restaurant
5. Arizona Charlie’s Boulder RV Park
Those of you looking to stay as close to a casino as possible will want to take a look at Arizona Charlie’s RV Park. The RV park is located directly next to the Arizona Charlie’s Casino on the Boulder Highway. The park can fit rigs up to 70ft long, but the spaces can get pretty tight. I would only recommend staying here if you have a smaller rig.
The park is clean and has recently added a gate to bolster its 24-hour security. In addition to the casino, Arizona Charlie’s has a pool, laundry facilities, bathrooms, showers, and a propane refill service.
- Location: Arizona Charlie’s Hotel & Casino (740 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas)
- Monthly rate: $690-$730
- Amenities: 24-hour security, laundry service, bathrooms, pool, casino, propane refill
6. Las Vegas RV Resort
Las Vegas RV Resort is one of the most popular RV parks in Las Vegas. The park is huge (with nearly 400 sites) so you’ll find a combination of long-termers and travelers here. Both pull-through and back-in sites are available for every sized RV.
This is the best mid-tier RV Park, but the one negative is the fitness center. They say they have a fitness center on their website, but it really small. Other than that, the park is great. Prices for small sites start at $550 a month and go up to $800 for larger rigs. The park charges $125 for electricity, but they’ll refund you if you end up using less.
- Location: 3890 S Nellis Blvd, Las Vegas
- Monthly rate: $550-$800
- Amenities: dog parks, pool, free Wi-Fi, 24-hour security, dump station, laundry facilities, showers
7. Riviera RV Park
Riviera RV Park is a 55+ park located about 5 minutes from downtown Las Vegas. The park is small, quiet, and relatively pet-friendly (although there is a 2 pet limit). Most of the sites are for long-term residence, but they enforce a strict 10-year or newer rule on all RVs.
If you read reviews online, you will see a lot of complaints about the management. However, it seems that the park is under new ownership so those issues have been corrected. The rates at Riviera are super competitive. Large pull-through sites are only $515 a month before electricity and taxes.
- Location: 2200 Palm St, Las Vegas
- Monthly rate: $455-$515
- Amenities: pool, laundry facilities, showers
8. Hitchin’ Post RV Park
Hitchin’ Post is another Las Vegas RV park that charges a flat monthly rate. It’s a smaller park located in the northern part of the city. There are only 200 sites, but the sites have plenty of space (30ft wide and 60–70ft deep).
There are a number of amenities at the park if you plan on staying longer-term, including putting greens, a driving range, 2 dog park runs, free cable tv, and a large park with a playground located across the street. They also have a fitness center, but it’s very small. Rates start at $565 per month plus tax.
- Location: 3640 Las Vegas Blvd N, Las Vegas
- Monthly rate: $565
- Amenities: free cable tv, free Wi-Fi, dog park, golf facilities, dump station, showers, pool, laundry facilities
9. Duck Creek RV Park
Duck Creek is a long-term RV parking option located on the Boulder Highway, near Cowabunga Bay Water Park. Duck Creek can accommodate rigs up to 70ft long however, the sites are pretty tight. The park is best suited for smaller rigs (smaller rigs are $150 cheaper too).
The park has a pool, a dog park, laundry facilities, showers, a pool, and a picnic and grilling area. Monthly rates start a $530 but don’t include electricity or taxes. Also, be aware that Duck Creek requires a refundable $300 security deposit your first month.
- Location: 6635 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas
- Monthly rate: $530-$700
- Amenities: laundry facilities, showers, dog park, pool, convenience store
10. Canyon Trail RV Park
If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Canyon Trail RV Park is a great choice. It’s a full-service RV park located about 15 minutes outside of Las Vegas, and only 10 minutes from Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam.
Canyon Trail has a bunch of pull-through sites for a variety of RV sizes. Some of the park amenities include free Wi-Fi, a pool, and 2 dog runs. Depending on the size of your rig, expect to pay $625-$775 a month, plus electricity.
- Location: 1200 Industrial Rd, Boulder City
- Monthly rate: $625-$775
- Amenities: dog run, free Wi-Fi, pool, showers, laundry facilities, dump station
11. Lake Mead RV Village
After writing this article I realized that Lake Mead RV Village also has monthly rates, so I included it as a bonus. This is the best RV park to stay at if you brought water toys with you, i.e., wave runners and boats.
You aren’t able to book the Lakeview sites on a month-to-month basis, but there are plenty of traditional pull-though and back-in sites available. Monthly rates are in the $800-$950 range, and you can stay a maximum of 6 months.
- Location: 268 Lakeshore Rd #2, Boulder City
- Monthly rate: $800-$950
- Amenities: Wi-Fi, propane station, laundry facilities, showers, horseshoe pits, bocce ball court, dump station
Best Long-term RV Park for Your Budget
The hands-down best overall long-term RV park is the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort. They have the best amenities and the best service. However, not everyone is willing to pay upwards of $2,000 a month for RV Parking.
If you’re looking for a good mid-tier RV park, I recommend Oasis RV Resort and Las Vegas RV Resort. Both are excellent parks, with friendly people and great amenities. Between the two of them, Las Vegas RV Resort is slightly cheaper.
The best budget option is King’s Row. They have the lowest prices and don’t charge extra for bigger rigs. Plus, it’s only located 10 minutes from the Strip and downtown.