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Old 04-30-2013, 04:43 PM   #29
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LVM, Las Vegas Motorhome Resort is the best if you have a class A unit. Gated & manned security gate. Large pool at main clubhouse. 2 or 3 satellite pools scattered around. Palm trees & great landscaping. Best RV resort that we have stayed at. If you are military or retired military they were giving a great discount last year.

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Old 05-03-2013, 08:47 AM   #30
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Looked at motor coach resort yesterday and yes it does look nice , I seem to remember a posting a while back that suggested you could rent spots direct from the owners . Has anybody any information

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Old 05-05-2013, 04:14 AM   #31
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Staying at the Main Street Station RV park for 2 weeks. Found it on Allstays and it is adequate for us. The bathrooms are new/clean, security good, concrete parking, and best of all just walking distance to downtown casinos for great deals on meals. Last night we had a great prime rib dinner with salad bar, baked potato, and a cherries jubilee dessert at the California for $10. Plan to have breakfast there (11P to 9A graveyard special) of 2 pancakes, 2 eggs, sausage or bacon for $4.99. Hard to beat anywhere! Downtown is not as fancy as the strip but we are very comfortable here.
The pull thrus are long enough but slightly narrow but not bad. 50A, sewer, water, no cable/wifi for $17/day, a deal in my book. I can open my slides and my swing out bay doors to get my trays all the way out. Clean.
Do not use the coordinates Allstays gives as my Garmin was confused. What might be better is to program Main Street Station Casino and it is across the street. There is a medial strip so you cannot approach from the opposite direction.
Btw, yes it is on the distal side of town from the airport (I -15 E) but it is not too much more to not consider this site, IMHO. Vegas is not that big of a town.
Just another option, good luck.
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Old 06-10-2013, 09:01 AM   #32
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Without a doubt, the best place to stay while in Vegas is the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort.
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Old 06-10-2013, 04:12 PM   #33
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Oasis Las Vegas

We just pulled in to the Oasis and it is a Class Act RV Resort. They have Security as you Come in. The Sites are Pull thru's and the Pool and Spa is nice. They have an Adult Pool and there are trees and Palm Trees all over. They except Good Sam and also Pass Port America. We used our Pass Port America and we got 50% off for a Premium Site for $25.50 a night for 3 nights. That is a great Price. We are glad to be here as we had 40 mile Wind Gusts coming from California.

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