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Old 09-19-2013, 08:42 AM   #15
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We stay at The Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort. 12 miles south of the strip, quiet and like staying at a nice hotel but getting to sleep in your own bed. It's a bit pricey, but worth it, if it's the type of thing you are looking for. Still the nicest place we've ever parked the MH.
We liked it very much! Just off Blue Diamond Hwy ( hwy 160)
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Have stayed at the Oasis a couple times. Very nice.
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Old 09-19-2013, 08:34 PM   #17
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We like Las Vegas RV Resort since it is only $29 per night and a reasonable distance from the strip. The park has security and a gate guard, and is 1/2 block from Sam's Club, if that is of interest.

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X2 We just stayed there for four days for the first time. It was worth the money and the pool was nice. It was also as hot as hell in Vegas this week.
If you like Cajun food try Lola's on w. Charleston. We really liked it. Look it up on Yelp.
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Old 09-19-2013, 08:43 PM   #18
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How far is Las Vegas resort from treasure island
We don't have a car so it's walk or bus
Stayed at circus and like others thought it was over priced for car park
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The Circus Circus RV park was way over priced, especially for a KOA.
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Has anyone stayed at Arizona Charlies Casino & Rv In Boulder?.i
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How far is Las Vegas resort from treasure island
We don't have a car so it's walk or bus
Stayed at circus and like others thought it was over priced for car park

http://goo.gl/maps/VpJGQ

As you can see from the above link, you will need to take the bus...
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Thanks for that , your right bus
Looked at oasis and motor coach resort , both nice but thought they would have a shuttle to strip , I was wrong
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Sorry!, I should have mentioned We will have wheels when we get there!. Of Course if any park had a shuttle We would not have to tow our trailer & Car.
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Wherever you end up staying, you can take your toad to any casino and valet park for free, and a couple of bucks tip. We have found this the easiest way to get around from door to door. Many of the casinos are easily accessed once you park your car somewhere. I would not recommend walking, as you will quickly find that those big, beautiful buildings, are not as close to the road as they appear. With that being said, if you valet at the Bellagio, you can ride a tram to two other casinos as well as a short walk to a few others.
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Circus KOA is closest it is a big parking lot but they are very helpful and accommodating. Oasis is at other end of strip nice place, too far to walk to things just getting to bus stop is a hike but it is nice. Las Vegas RV Resort ok, easy walk to Sams town. Easy drive to strip. We like using bus up and down strip get all day pass.
We also like to walk or use bus , which CG do you prefer
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Wherever you end up staying, you can take your toad to any casino and valet park for free, and a couple of bucks tip.
IMHO valet parking is a nuisance if you want to pick you car up at a busy time of the day such as after a show. Since the parking is free anyway, IMHO I see no reason to tip a valet to park the car; the walk from the parking lots wasn't that far at any of the casinos we visited.
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The balloon fest is great. Make sure they know your leaving on Thursday because they pack you in tight and that big of a rig will be hard to get out. They moved us to a end spot because we have a wheelchair ramp and once parked we did not think we could get wife out of rv. We have been to circus many times and yes it is a big cement parking lot and 50-60 bucks a night but it is easy in and out from freeway and wife being in wheelchair we just walk the strip and love it. We like watching all the weirdo's on the street.

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IMHO valet parking is a nuisance if you want to pick you car up at a busy time of the day such as after a show. Since the parking is free anyway, IMHO I see no reason to tip a valet to park the car; the walk from the parking lots wasn't that far at any of the casinos we visited.
I'm with La-z-boy on this one.
It's well worth a $2.00 tip to be at the front door rather than hiking around in 100+ degree temps. One other thought( which is tongue in cheek) What are you doing in Vegas if a $2.00 tip seems extravagant ?
Also, for the $2.00 tip, rolling up to the front door makes you feel like a " High Roller" even though you are wearing your Bib Overalls !!!!!!!
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