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No Fires
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
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About Thousand Trails Las Vegas RV Resort

Las Vegas RV camping is about more than just nightlife and stage productions; it's about experiencing the desert in a new and exciting way. Shaded by oak and manzanita trees, our RV camp in Nevada offers a peaceful preserve and a dramatic contrast to "The Strip" just six miles away. When you choose our Las Vegas RV Camp in southern Nevada, you will enjoy returning to this quiet retreat after visiting the "Entertainment Capital of the World".

If you're up for a different form of recreation, you'll appreciate the "natural highs" of the mountains, cliffs and valleys that surround the Las Vegas RV camping grounds. Lake Mead is a popular spot for fishing, swimming and water skiing, and the famous Hoover Dam offers public tours and scenic viewpoints just a few miles away from our RV camp in Nevada's gorgeous desert region. Desert RV Camp in Nevada Whether you're planning a retreat for a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Las Vegas RV Resort. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.

Thousand Trails
Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Thousand Trails Las Vegas RV Resort is located in Nevada
36.1276 N
-115.0808 W
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2 Reviews of Thousand Trails Las Vegas RV Resort
Very Close to Your Neighbors & Noisy

We stayed at this park twice while passing North and South of Las Vegas.  It's a no frills Thousand Trails park that could use some updating.  The spaces are very tight together partially because the occupants don't follow the site lines on the ground.  We saw several that parked on the line and extended their slide outs into the area of the next RV'er, therefore, they were unable to extend their awning.  Car parking is chaos, again because no one seems to stay within the space lines painted on the ground. We had difficulty even backing into our site because of the way the next door neighbor parked his rig and vehicle.  They finally saw us struggling and came out to move their car.  There is noise from a busy road behind the park and it's in the path of the airport.  Between the noise and the close quarters, we were ready to move on after a week.  The laundry rooms were decent but twice we found washers to be out of order.  Showers are OK.  Dog park is half grass and half dirt.  Pool was closed when we arrived but looks nice.  Some annual or seasonal sites could use some clean up.  Looked like they were storing everything they owned outside.

First to Review
Nothing Special but proximity to the Strip.

This park does not really deserve the word "Resort" as a title. Many of the spaces are so cramped you can't even put an awning or a chair out unless it is in front of your rig. The sites are so tight that some only have an inch or two of separation between neighbors. The staff actually asks the width of your rig at check in and even assists some people backing into the tiny spaces.

The restrooms and laundry room were dark and cramped. I can get that experience in my own RV. The park overall looked dirty and drab. The pool area was really nice and well maintained with a heated pool and simple lounge area. It was nice to be able to relax for a moment and melt into the warm sunny days until a shadow of a plane and the heavy rumble of its engines wakes you from your day dream. Chase that startled moment with the sounds of first responder sirens constantly blaring to save another person from getting swallowed up in Las Vegas statistics.

The WiFi in the lodge was pretty good, as far as RV parks go. That is, if you can get past the funky smell that greets your nose in the lodge. Sort of like old reheated picante beef Cup of Noodles freshly pulled from the microwave. The polite staff as we entered and left the park were always a joy to catch up with as we snapped incredible pictures of fiery sunsets behind the leafy branches of swaying palm trees.

The redeeming quality of this park is its location to The Strip, only ten minutes east and a few minutes more to Fremont. With a little over an hour's drive north you can visit Valley of Fire State Park for an amazing day of hiking and exploring. You can even catch a glimpse of petroglyphs scribbled on the vibrant red faces of massive boulders and cliffs.

Like I said, there is some good and some bad to rightfully earn that balanced 3 stars. @RoarksVentures stayed here in March, 2018. We were grateful to experience the place, both its pros and cons, while traveling through Nevada.