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Old 03-13-2013, 03:38 PM   #1
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Las Vegas suggestions

I have to fly to Boston on short notice for a few days and need a place as close as possible to the Vegas airport for the DW stay in our 40 ft MH.

Top priority is safety. Dry camping is fine, we are all set for that. Inexpensive park is ok too.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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I have stay here for a few nights a while back, on the high side but lots of amenities, good security etc.

Home - Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort
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Old 03-13-2013, 08:06 PM   #3
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If you're leaving her alone, treat her to the Las Vegas MotorCoach resort, all the security and amenities she could ever want.
It may be pricey but MY wife says she's worth it!
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If you're leaving her alone, treat her to the Las Vegas MotorCoach resort, all the security and amenities she could ever want.
It may be pricey but MY wife says she's worth it!
Unfortunately I am leaving her alone... I will look into the motorcoach resort.

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Old 03-14-2013, 04:11 PM   #5
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The Las Vegas Oasis Rv park is very nice, also very secure and close to the airport.

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Las Vegas Oasis RV park and Las Vegas Motorcoach park are about equal distance from the airport.

They are the closest of any of the RV parks to the airport, 6-7 miles.
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Thanks to all the suggestions. We are settled in at the Oais RV Park. It will work just fine. I wish I could enjoy it with DW but she will be safe and comfortable here.
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Do any of the Vegas parks have a 25yd pool for early morning laps ??
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Do any of the Vegas parks have a 25yd pool for early morning laps ??
Although a lap swimmer myself, we have never stayed long enough in Vegas to check out the pools. You might want to give the ones that meet your needs a call.
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We have stayed at the Oasis which is a very nice park with pull throughs, full hook ups, security gate and pool. It is on the south end of the strip. The website shows a picture of the pool.
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[QUOTE="Alto papa;1539234"]We have stayed at the Oasis which is a very nice park with pull throughs, full hook ups, security gate and pool. It is on the south end of the strip. The website shows a picture of the pool.
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We have stayed in Las Vegas Oasis RV park a couple of times and found the place to be nice, clean and safe. Inexpensive it is not.

We have especially enjoyed the pool area.
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The oasis is the one we are looking at , reception told me that is was 3 buses to strip or $30 cab ride ! No shuttle !!
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The oasis is the one we are looking at , reception told me that is was 3 buses to strip or $30 cab ride ! No shuttle !!
Yes, it's 12 miles. We stayed at the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort on the other side of the freeway. Very very nice. Will definitely stay there again. But we were towing and only passing through.
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