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Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort
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5 4581 Mon December 10, 2018
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80% of reviewers $343.18 9.0
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Description: Just off exit 33 on I-15, the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort description is from their website.

Experience the exciting environment of Las Vegas' most spectacular RV resort. The Oasis Las Vegas, with its tropical "Casablanca" theme, helps guests relax in sunny Las Vegas by day and see the bright city lights by night in complete comfort and style.

You will enter the resort by passing through our arched entry and find yourself amidst a 46-acre Casablanca theme RV Resort.

Our friendly and courteous resort staff will greet you at our front desk centered in our 24,000 square foot Clubhouse.

Inside you will find a well-stocked convenience store, restaurant, fitness center, banquet facilities and free modem port. Also you can enjoy a luxurious tropical setting with waterfalls, winding date palms, and white sand beaches featuring two lagoon style swimming pools; an adult pool and spa and our family pool.

We also feature a professional 18-hole putting course. Pets are welcome (limit 3), and for non-pet owners, we offer a no-pet area.

For your convenience, you can check in 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!
Campground street address: 2711 W Windmill Ln
City: Las Vegas
Zip: 89123
campground web address: www.oasislasvegasrvresort.com
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Posts: 98
Registered: August 2008
Location: Reno, Nevada



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John90XJ

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Registered: August 2008
Location: Reno, Nevada
Posts: 98
Review Date: Sun November 15, 2015 Would you recommend the campground? Yes | Price you paid?: $50.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Easy access, friendly staff, very accomodating.
Cons: Noise from interstate, under airport flight path.

We rolled in to Las Vegas on a late Sunday afternoon just before the SEMA show in November 2015. The park is simply huge with nearly 700 spaces boasting 30/50 amp service, back-in or pull-through spots ranging to 90 feet in length. Very level concrete pads with room for parking two cars in addition to your coach. Cable TV, phone and water/power/sewer are all provided at the post. Roads are wide and provided plenty of room for our 39' coach as well as many over that length.

There is a guard posted at the front entry to monitor the ins & outs of guests and they are friendly and helpful.

The pools are nice, the 18 hole putting course is green, the landscaping is well cared for and the property is very attractive. The most attractive part was the consistent generosity of the staff and their kindness. Great people and the key to the resort's success, I'm sure.

Only major downside is the flight path to McCarran International Airport. Planes departing to the south fly right over the resort. There is a low hum of Interstate 15 traffic when you're outside your coach but is less of an intrusion when inside.

Easy access from Interstate 15 at exit 33. Plenty of room for staging and getting your toad hooked up. They also have storage for your car trailer at very reasonable rates. In my case, for just one day of storage, they waived the fee and let me park close since I was leaving the following day.

After spending a week at the resort we know we'll be back as the friendly staff and convenient access to downtown Las Vegas is hard to duplicate anywhere else. Our dog Lily made many new friends.

Check out the website for in-depth detail at www.oasislasvegasrvresort.com .

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STLNLUV

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Registered: October 2010
Location: Full Time on the road
Posts: 66
Review Date: Wed January 13, 2016 Would you recommend the campground? No | Price you paid?: $867.89 | Rating: 0 

 
Pros: Location
Cons: Management

In general this is a nice park but the noise and management are terrible. The airplane flight path is directly overhead when the wind is from the North and the number of emergency sirens from I-15 and Las Vegas Blvd is very noticeable. The working staff are very nice and knowledgeable, however the general manager, Sylvia is another story completely. We, unfortunately, had a mishap where our actions caused the water spigot to shear off. When contacted by Sylvia via phone, her first response was to rudely make us aware that we would have to pay for the repair. I agree that we should pay for the repair, after all we caused it. I asked her in writing to provide an estimate of the repair cost so that I could determine if it was reasonable and possibly get my own independent estimate. She completely ignored my request and made a charge of $400.00 to our charge card without any accounting of the charges (labor + parts + misc) or prior notification.
Also be aware that on the monthly basis they do not make you aware of the KWH charge for the electric when you register. They charge $0.16 a KWH when they are paying less than $0.05 ($0.0488 ref PUC). Our December bill was for electric was $196.48 and we use our Aqua-Hot for heat and water, we do have an electric stove and use electric blankets.

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Russ and Gloria, Sophie and Kaylee the Springer Spaniels
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Jimm59
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Registered: May 2016
Posts: 23
Review Date: Tue May 10, 2016 Would you recommend the campground? Yes | Price you paid?: $695.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: GREAT Sunbathing/ poolside fun!/ VERY SECURE! GATED! $695. Monthly Rate.
Cons:

YOU will ENJOY! NICE Campground: GREAT Friday night Karaoke & weekly special events to enjoy. Swimming & poolside is PERFECT: and even an 'Adults only pool' for those that desire. Laundry facilities throughout the park: close to all sites: with 'Private/ Shower Units' throughout the Park, too.
*Close to the strip & Southpointe for easy access in/out of the park, and to all areas.
*Yes, some flight paths are nearby, but WHERE in Vegas, do you not hear some airplane noise?
TRY it, you'll like it! Quiet Campers, with many full-timers. Requires a 'move off' your lot every 6 months, to allow full-time stay.' {Resort keeps it's resort status that way}.
Helpful staff & GREAT store n Cafe: for those times you don't wish to travel or cook.
Close to Town Square activities., just a few minutes north.
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winniman

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Registered: January 2013
Location: Muskoka Ontario Canada
Posts: 1735
Review Date: Fri March 31, 2017 Would you recommend the campground? Yes | Price you paid?: $55.00 | Rating: 0 

 
Pros: very well kept and nice
Cons:

Nicest place we stayed on our 6000 mile tour. Close to downtown. Security at gate always on duty. Place is full of 300000 coaches. They have a restriction on 10 year old and older rvs but we saw lots that were older. The reserve the right to inspect them if they are older. As long as they are well kept, I dont think there would be a problem.

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N6CUS

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Registered: May 2010
Location: So Cal
Posts: 320
Review Date: Mon December 10, 2018 Would you recommend the campground? Yes | Price you paid?: $48.00 | Rating: 0 

 
Pros: close to I 15 nice amenities reasonable prices
Cons: one way streets, trash pickup

i was over in the cheap seats and i have a 45 ft coach it was easy in and out but next door was empty so may have been a problem if it was full
There are 2 Las Vegas RV resorts in las Vegas this one is the Oasis
other is by Sams Town and its like parking at a drive in movie
won't recomend that one

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