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Old 06-07-2013, 11:30 AM   #1
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Hello,

We spent last winter down in Mesa in our 5th Wheel, but thought we'd like to check out somewhere else this coming winter. Does anyone know of any 55+ RV Parks or Resorts that they would recommend in Las Vegas. The park we stayed at in Mesa was great...2 pools, tennis courts, bocce, horse shoes, shuffleboard, darts, cards, crafts, dancing...the list goes on. That's what we're looking for...somewhere to park from December to March with lots to do.

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Old 06-07-2013, 11:44 AM   #2
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Vegas, gets a lot colder than Mesa.
And the smog could be a major issue.
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When we first started wintering in the south , wintered in Bullhead City, too cold and windy, Then Needles ; same . Last 3 years south of Lake Havasu City. Still can get cool, but being in a section of the natural Colorado River valley we're protected from the wind.
Park we're in really only has golf, but the price and the fellow RVers are just right.
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Lots of choices in Pahrump NV. Midway between Death Valley and LV.

We stayed at this one:
http://wineridgervresort.com/

Others:

http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions...a/Pahrump.html
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Try rio grand valley
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Old 06-07-2013, 02:46 PM   #5
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Hello,

We spent last winter down in Mesa in our 5th Wheel, but thought we'd like to check out somewhere else this coming winter. Does anyone know of any 55+ RV Parks or Resorts that they would recommend in Las Vegas. The park we stayed at in Mesa was great...2 pools, tennis courts, bocce, horse shoes, shuffleboard, darts, cards, crafts, dancing...the list goes on. That's what we're looking for...somewhere to park from December to March with lots to do.

Thanks
Barbara
We like and stay in the Oasis RV park. Adult only pool and a kids pool, both large. Miniature golf course, real grass nicely done. Restaurant, store, lounging area, large patio, Friday night Karaoke, desperate no pet area, multiple dog walks, paved roads, concrete pads, and surprisingly quite for being on the south end of the strip. Also fenced, entrance guards, management is good at patrolling the park and rule enforcement. On site RV detailing and propane delivery. Close to shopping, casino's, restaurants, etc.

There is a Terrible Herbst RV park in Parhump with it's own private lake, also very nice. About 60 miles from Vegas.

There are plenty of others, some cheaper, some more expensive. We have found these two to be the best for what we consider a reasonable price.
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