When traveling through Las Vegas, you may have some difficulty finding a casino that can accommodate your RV. There are lots of RV parks in Las Vegas, but only a handful of casinos offer RV parking, and not all of them have hookups.
These are the Las Vegas casinos with RV parking:
- Circus Circus Hotel & Casino
- Main Street Station Hotel & Casino
- Bally’s Hotel & Casino
- Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall
- Arizona Charlie’s Boulder
- Strat Hotel & Casino
- Excalibur Hotel & Casino
- The Mirage
- Orleans Hotel & Casino
While you can park an RV at each of these properties, only a few of them allow camping. If you plan on sleeping in your rig, you’ll want to stay at a casino with an official RV park.
Casinos with Overnight RV Parking & Hookups in Las Vegas
Circus Circus Hotel & Casino – The Circus Circus RV Park is very basic-it’s really just a parking lot with hookups. However, it’s super convenient since it’s located directly on the Strip. There are plenty of different-sized lots that can accommodate larger rigs.
The park has both 30 and 50 Amp hookups, a dump station, laundry facilities, a pool, and a kid’s playground. Circus Circus is also a pet-friendly RV park, offering a large dog run. The standard rates here start around $35/night.
Main Street Station Hotel & Casino – This is the only RV park in downtown Las Vegas. It’s found a few steps away from Fremont Street near the Main Street Station Casino. It’s basically just a parking lot with hookups, but that’s not why you would want to stay here. Most people stay at this RV park because of its proximity to the Fremont Street casinos.
The Main Street Station RV Park is on the smaller side, with only 65 spaces. The only amenities are the 30 and 50 Amp hookups, shower facilities, and laundry facilities. But you also get access to the pool and fitness center at the California Hotel. Rates start around $45/day.
Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall – There’s a KOA at Sam’s Town Casino on the Boulder Highway. The RV park is only steps away from the casino, so you don’t have to go very far to gamble.
The park has sites available up to 70 feet long, so big rigs are definitely welcome. There are also a number of amenities available here including 30 and 50 Amp hookups, laundry facilities, showers, a pool, and Wi-Fi. Spaces cost between $30-$100/day depending on the size of your rig.
Arizona Charlie’s Boulder – Arizona Charlie’s is another Las Vegas Casino on the Boulder Highway with its own RV park. The spaces here a more narrow than the ones at Sam’ Town, but they’re a bit cheaper.
Full 30 and 50 Amp hookups are available here, along with free Wi-Fi, 24-hour security, a pool, laundry facilities, and showers. Rates at Arizona Charlie’s are in the $40-$45/day range, but you can get a 10% discount if you’re a Good Sam, AAA, or military member.
Las Vegas Casinos with RV Parking but No Hookups
Strat Hotel & Casino – There’s a free oversized parking lot located across the street from the Strat Casino. It’s not an official camping spot, but I’ve seen plenty of people sleeping in their rigs here.
I don’t recommend boondocking at the Strat for more than a night or two. If you do stay here, it’s best to keep a low profile and not get too comfortable by setting up camp outside of your rig.
Bally’s Hotel & Casino – Bally’s has an oversized parking lot on the side of their casino. Again, it’s not an official campground, but you can usually get away with boondocking here if you keep a low profile.
There is a $30/night fee to use this lot, but it’s located directly in the center of the Strip. You can’t find better RV parking in Las Vegas.
Excalibur Hotel & Casino – You can only park your RV at this casino if you’re a hotel guest at Excalibur or another MGM Property (Mirage, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Park MGM, New York‑New York, and Luxor). This is not a camping spot, but an oversized parking lot for hotel guests who need a place to store their RV during their stay.
Daily rates for the lot depend on the size of your rig, but they are typically in the $30-$50/day range. It’s also important that you contact the hotel front desk before you check in to check for availability. There are only a handful of spaces in total.
The Mirage – The Mirage has the same rules as Excalibur (open only to MGM Property guests). If you’re staying at the Mirage, this is the perfect location to leave your RV for a few days. The rates are the same.
Orleans Hotel & Casino – There are plenty of spaces available at Orleans, so you’re free to park your RV in the oversized lot during the day. However, you cannot leave it there overnight. The Orleans Casino used to be a popular boondocking spot for RVers in Las Vegas, but they have recently cracked down. Now, only hotel guests are allowed to park their RV here overnight.
If you’re looking for a cheap spot to park your RV in Las Vegas, there are a few other options available. I recently reviewed every campsite and RV park in Las Vegas.