The odds are in your favor when it comes to finding the best RV parks in Las Vegas. RVers who choose to rent a big rig for their Las Vegas road trip and want amenities like 50-amp service, full hookups, and concrete pads for parking should check out one of the country’s top-rated RV resorts, Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort. The Class A motorhome resort caters to bus-style RVs and offers guests everything from swimming pools and hot tubs to tennis courts and putting greens.
If luxury resorts aren’t your thing, and you and your family prefer to park your campervan or travel trailer in a more traditional RV park, opt for an off-strip campground like Las Vegas KOA at Sam’s Town. This RV park has both back-in and pull-through sites with full hookups and options like cable, free Wi-Fi, proximity to off-leash dog areas, and even a little extra space if you choose a deluxe patio site. Like many resorts in the Las Vegas area, this campground provides its guests with a free shuttle to the Las Vegas Strip, so you can park your RV in the campground and explore the city without worrying about finding oversized parking.
To escape to areas outside of the city and camp near hiking trails and scenic points of interest, Valley of Fire State Park has first-come, first-served camping. Some of the sites have electricity and water, while others are more primitive. The park has an on-site dump station and showers. If you want to disconnect, check out Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Campers can make reservations for back-in or pull-through sites with picnic tables and fire rings. If you plan to stay here, fill your on-board water tanks before heading to the park. There are no hookups, and water is only available for drinking.