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Old 12-01-2014, 07:50 AM   #1
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RV parking at Casinos in Laughlin

I was surprised at how many rigs are camped in the parking lots.....right by the signs that say Clark County does not allow overnight camping. Guess the casinos have said heck to the law and it is their property and they will let folk do it.
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Old 12-01-2014, 08:39 AM   #2
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We noticed that also last month in Laughlin. Probably 50 or so dry camping in Riverside parking lot, and the same amount in Pioneer's parking lot.
We stay at the Riversides RV park when we go through Laughlin. Full hookups and cable for $105 a week.
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The Indian casino, Avi, is a few miles south of Laughlin and is also on the west side of the river. There is a pay FHU campground and, I believe, a free dry camp lot.
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The avi lets you park for free for the first few nights then you need gambling points to extend your stay. ( this was 4 years ago) policy may have changed. Koa campground across the street was also reasonable. Buffet was good. We also dry camped at the riverside ( had to go inside to obtain a free pass for the windshield) was good for 3 nights.
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Also if you stay at the AVI KOA, you get full use of all the Hotel amenites, pool, beach, launch ramp ect. The full hookup sites are huge and it is about $22-25 a night.
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Some forget, you are in Nevada the Wild West still exists here, surprised the sign wasn't full of holes ...
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