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Old 03-27-2013, 07:45 PM   #1
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Laughlin, nv. where to camp or boondock

I am looking on going to Laughlin mid-April for about 5 days.

I would like elect. hook-up. casino shuttle.. and a way to get to the
river walk.. I do not have a toad to drive around.

I'm not a gambler per say although enjoy people watching. Will be traveling with a relative who likes to gamble slots.

I like the buffets and don't know about evening entertainment.

I would like to go on the boat thing that goes from casino to casino, are there any other "things to do" you cans suggest.

I will be coming from Lancaster Ca. would you suggest I-40 & up 98 or
I-15 up to Las Vegas.

I have a 35' Allegro Bay Class A .. no tow car.

I know these are lots of questions and Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks,
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I would travel 15 to 40 to Needles and head north . Check out Riverside Casino RV Park , you can walk right across street to Casino and its probably about the best central location. Look at its location on Google earth .Between the boat and maybe a taxi you can see it all.
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I agree about the Riverside. we stayed there a couple of years ago and did not have a toad. We just walked across the street and into the casino. Form there you can get onto the Riverwalk to go to any of the other casinos.
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