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Old 07-14-2018, 06:10 PM   #1
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Need some info on rv resort on or close to strip Las Vegas

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Old 07-14-2018, 06:20 PM   #2
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Check this thread: RV parking in Las Vegas

Put your search in the box at the top of the page, you'll get a hundred hits.

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We stay at the Circus Circus. Close to most everything.
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We liked the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort
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Old 07-15-2018, 06:37 AM   #5
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Las Vegas Motorcoach resort is very nice and close to the strip. Many of the sites have outdoor kitchens and I believe there were 4 pools
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We liked the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort
X2. Very well done RV park.
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X2. Very well done RV park.
Our "go to" park when visiting Vegas.
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When you say resort, what do you really mean? There is the Las Vegas motorcoach resort, which is a RV resort. Off of Blue Diamond and Arville, and close to strip. Aprox 5 miles to southern part of strip and I believe shuttle available. Amenities are great and cost is up above others in LV. Also, only newer motorhomes. No trailers or 5'ers. Oasis is also a very nice RV "resort" and friendly to all RV's. Slightly closer to strip and many amenities. I think they also have a shuttle service to strip but can't cfm. Circus Circus is an RV park and is basically a parking lot with hookups, but it is on the strip. Nice, but not very resort'ish. Many other parks in the area, many on or very close to Boulder Hwy, but only a few are "big rig" friendly. As egwilly posted, a search will yield many responses. Really depends on what you are looking for and at what price as it varies widely. Oasis in my personal favorite in the LV area, for it's amenities, park features, safety, and value. You should check the websites as they may have some specials this time of year? Good luck and enjoy Las Vegas.
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We stayed at Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort. It was nice but what I saw of Oasis down the road, that would have been great too. We used Uber to get us to the strip and back.
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Oasis rv resort

Nice pool area. No trees hot as hell in summer. Close to the strip 3-4 miles maybe. Clean restrooms and showers. They have some age restrictions for rv's. I give it 7 out of 10. Do a google search.
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Stayed at Oasis quite a few times; nice park. There wasn't a shuttle last time we were there (Aug, 2017); we took Lyft to the Strip and back...
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I have to add another vote for Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort. It has two pools and can handle all sizes of RVs.
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Two years ago we stayed at the Oasis. Very nice park, but a bit pricey at 100 dollars a night. This year we stayed at Sams town, and it was half price of the Oasis. Not as fancy, but the casino is right next door, and they provide a free shuttle to downtown. For half price Sams town gets my vote. It was still nice with a pool. It didnt have a nice restaurant on site like the Oasis, but the casino did. Cheers
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We used to frequent the Oasis RV Resort a lot in the late 90's and early 2000's but then felt their rates went exponentially high so stopped. Had cousin fly in and out of McCarran from Ireland meeting us for a California RV Coast tour recently so .....

Stayed at the Oasis in June, twice at front and back end of our trip with Passport America rates for 3 nights (Sun-Thurs) = $88 for 3 nights x twice. Enjoyed the separate adult pool area. Caught Uber ($8 to the Silverton; $14 back from Caesars Palace); $10 to Tropicana; $23 back from Freemont Street Experience).

Also Stayed at the LV RV Resort on Nellies Blvd (comfortable with security) in early May this year and last year = park OK at $32/night inc taxes, pool basic but did it's cooling job. Used the "courtesy" shuttle from Sams town to the strip, but felt very very uncomfortable walking along Nellies Blvd, especially at night, and always received the same comments from other folks "it's sketchy at the least".

Tip for those using Ride Shares to/from Oasis: Uber drivers generally not familiar with the W Windmill address of the Oasis RV Resort, so tend to get lost as you'll see on your phone them going back and forth before pick up taking a while. Also tend to take too long a route to drop you off up the strip using their mapping software. Had to direct them all to come straight South on the strip and turn right/west on Blue Diamond and YES THEY CAN turn left onto road leading to entrance to RV Resort.

On Edit: Oasis still provides shuttle service but no longer complimentary, now charges $12 per person per day using. For 3 of us Uber worked out cheaper and much more convenient on our own schedule not their restrictive times and limited drop off points.

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