Where to Park an RV on the Las Vegas Strip


On a recent trip to Las Vegas, I was having a difficult time finding RV parking on the Strip. I also found that most of the information available online was either outdated or unreliable. So I made of list of all the popular RV parking lots in the area and scouted them out myself.

These are the best places to park your RV on the Las Vegas Strip:

  • Circus Circus Hotel & Casino
  • Strat Hotel & Casino
  • Bally’s Hotel & Casino
  • The Mirage
  • Excalibur Hotel & Casino
  • LINQ Hotel & Casino
  • Travelodge Center Strip

If you plan on sleeping in your motorhome or fifth wheel, some of these lots are not feasible options. In this article, I’ll cover which lots are best for hookups, dry camping, and normal parking (if you’re not camping). I’ll also let you know the cost of each parking option.

Overnight RV Parking on the Las Vegas Strip

There are plenty of Las Vegas RV parks off of the Strip, but very few are located directly on Las Vegas Boulevard. If you’re looking to do some casino camping directly on the Las Vegas Strip, these are the places where you’re going to want to stay.

Circus Circus RV Parking

Circus Circus has the only RV park on the Strip with hookups (30 & 50 Amp). The spaces are large, and they are easy to book online. I’ve never seen the park fully booked, so this is a good last-minute option.

The amenities here include a dump station, 24-hour security, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, and a children’s play area. This RV park is really just a parking lot with hookups, but it has the best location 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

Strat RV Parking

The Strat has a free oversized parking lot located across the street from the main parking garage. There are no hookups, but you can usually sleep in your rig if you’re low-key. If you ever have an issue, the Circus Circus lot is less than a 2-minute drive away.

The Strat is located on the far north end of the Strip. They have a great casino, along with several cheap restaurants in the area. This is one of the few remaining free parking spots in Las Vegas that doesn’t kick out RVs.

  • Location: Strat Hotel & Casino (across the Street from the casino)
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: Yes
  • Price: Free

Bally’s RV Parking

Bally’s is a casino located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip. They have an oversized parking lot that costs $30 a day (last time I checked it was $30, but the prices change all the time). It’s not an overnight camping spot, but you can usually get away with boondocking here if you keep a low profile.

There are no hookups at Bally’s, so $30 a day is pretty steep. I would only recommend parking here if you need to stay in the center of the Strip. Bally’s is only a 5-minute walk from the Flamingo and Caesars Palace.

  • Location: Bally’s Hotel & Casino
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: Yes
  • Price: $30

RV Parking on the Las Vegas Strip (No Camping)

It isn’t uncommon for full-time RVers to treat themselves to a hotel room from time to time, especially in Las Vegas. If you’re looking for a lot to store your RV while you enjoy the Strip, there are a few oversized parking lots that will happily take your rig.

Mirage RV Parking

The Mirage lot is perfect for anyone who isn’t camping in their RV but rather looking for somewhere to store it. You will not be able to sleep in your RV at the Mirage lot, but you will have in-out privileges if you need to drive somewhere. This lot is only available to guests of MGM Properties (Mirage, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, Park MGM, New York‑New York, and Luxor).

Daily rates cost between $30-$50 a day, depending on the size of your rig. If you want to use the lot, it’s important that you contact the hotel front desk ahead of time to check for availability (there are only about a dozen spaces).

  • Location: The Mirage
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: No
  • Price: Vehicles under 30ft: $30/day | Vehicles over 30ft: $50/day

Excalibur RV Parking

The Excalibur oversized parking area has the same rules as the Mirage (it’s open to anyone who has booked a room at the hotel). This is not a good place to sleep overnight, it’s only for people looking to store their RV. The lot is located in the back of the hotel.

  • Location: Excalibur Hotel & Casino
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: No
  • Price: Vehicles under 30ft: $30/day | Vehicles over 30ft: $50/day

LINQ RV Parking

The LINQ is another casino on the Strip that has an oversized vehicle lot. You cannot sleep in your RV overnight here, but it’s an excellent location to leave your rig and go explore the Strip. This flat lot is located behind the casino.

You’ll find the lot on Winnick Ave (off of Koval Lane). Just look for the LINQ employee parking sign. Parking at the LINQ costs $15 a day, plus a $20 oversized parking fee. If you’re a guest at the LINQ or another Caesar’s Property, you only have to pay the oversized parking fee.

  • Location: LINQ Hotel & Casino
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: No
  • Price: $35/day

Travelodge Center Strip RV Parking

The Travelodge is a hotel found in the heart of the Strip, in between Planet Hollywood and the MGM Grand. Their website literally says “buses and RVs Welcome” however, you must be a hotel guest to use their oversized lot. If you book a room at the Travelodge, you’re obviously not going to be overnighting in your RV, so there are no hookups.

This is another property that’s perfect for anyone who’s not looking to camp in their RV. Travelodge gives you a convenient spot to park your rig without charging you a ridiculous daily fee. Just know ahead of time that this is more of a motel than a hotel.

  • Location: Travelodge Center Strip
  • Hookups: No
  • Boondocking: No
  • Price: Free (for hotel guests)

Parking an RV in Downtown Las Vegas

Some people prefer downtown Las Vegas over the Strip. There are many advantages to staying in downtown Las Vegas, like cheaper food and better gambling odds. Parking is hard to come by in downtown Las Vegas, but there is still some RV parking available.

Main Street Station RV Park

The Main Street Station is the only casino with RV parking in downtown Las Vegas. You can find this RV park a few blocks down from Fremont Street. The park has 65 full hookup spaces (30 & 50 Amp), a laundry facility, and showers.

There aren’t too many amenities at the Main Street Station RV Park, but you do get access to the pool and fitness center at the California Hotel next door. Sites here cost around $45-$60 a day depending on the length of your rig. There are also pull-through sites available.

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

Map of RV Parking on the Las Vegas Strip

Here’s a map of all the RV parking spots mentioned in this article. You can zoom in to get a closer view, and see the exact location of each parking lot.

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