24 Parks near Boulder, Nevada
Oct 2015 - $5.00
We had one other camper in the upper campground the first night we were here and the second we were on our own. Loved that! The park host said the park gets busier in the winter with snowbirds. Sites are gravel and pretty level, but in the first loop they weren't very big. There is army least one other loop, but that wasn't open. There are tables and fire pits. We had a lot of Oleander, palm trees and eucalyptus around our site. We backed up to the bathroom, which I wouldn't recommend as the lights inside are fluorescent and quite bright at night. Also there was water running continuously somewhere in the building that could be heard outside our camper Cell service might vary by site. Our site had 3 bars ATT E, but up higher on the rise and next to the bathroom we had 4G. (Why is cell service frequently better near the bathrooms??). Speaking of bathrooms, these were old and tired and not the cleanest, but definitely useable. The lower campground seemed tighter and a bit overgrown when we drove through. - ALbums
Jan 2011 - $10.00
This is the park campground next to the one with hookups. It is a beautiful little park and great for "boon docking". We got a site that was near a faucet so were able to fill up before leaving. There is also a dump site. Very friendly staff and helpful. Recommend. - Rick Lechner
Oct 2015 - $37.00
Cost was $256 per week. No daily rates exists. Lots are owned and you rent through management company. They charge extra 3% if pay by card. Lots are level. Usually no table but lots are large enough for table, chairs and barbecue. Pool, recreation hall, exercise room, and hot tub are available to all. This RV resort is very nice and owners and renters were very nice. - MHexcursions
Aug 2013 - $44.00
This is a full timers or snowbird park. Sites are very nice and terraced for a view from most areas. The sites are privately owned and rented out when owners are not present. The park was very quiet 24/7 - in fact didn't see many residents at all during our 3 days. It is close to Hoover Dam and a good home base for visiting Las Vegas and being out of the crowds. To sum it up - there wasn't any thing wrong with the park - it just wasn't a great place for overnighters. We probably will look somewhere else next time in area. - pasco1215
Jun 2013 - $17.00
Its a very nice park, well kept and has a 'resort' feel to it with the nice pool and recreation facilities. The bathrooms are not private and usually have two showers on the male side per station. The facilities are clean and include two fenced dog areas. The Wi-Fi (depending on spot) and basic cable are quite good for being free. There is some differences in price between renters and those that own and live on the lots so my price isn't quite reflective as I lived there monthly and lot are rented from either the owner or through the agency from the owner at the park entrance. Usually lots are 450-500 again depending on how one rents the lot. If you rent the electricity is additional and is reasonable compared to Las Vegas. - 72mach1
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Paved roads, gravel lots, nearly level, close to shopping, quiet park, little shade. - Trekking
May 2016 - $31.00
We stayed 2 weeks daily rate based on weekly divided by 7. Easy in an out of park and sites. Good size pull thrus. Dog runs small but across the street from park is a vacant lot with trails to walk your dog. Park provides a key to the gate to access the area. - mserafin
Apr 2016 - $36.00
We've used this place before for an overnight stay. The price has gone up since 2 years ago. Decent pull-thru space, close sites (side by side). There seems to be more full/part timers than last time. There are 2 dog areas, just ok, but fenced. It seems even with bags and shovel provided people do not clean up after their pets-disappointing! No signage on main highway.
Nice friendly staff, wifi worked fine, didn't use TV. - loves to camp w/dogs
Jun 2016 - $34.00
We paid the weekly rate of $34/night ($38 with tax) for one of the lake view sites. Normally we're fine with the cheapest sites available, but the price difference was relatively small when renting weekly. The pull-in lake view sites face north-east which was a big help for us since it was 110+ degrees during our stay in June and this angle kept the sun off our big windshield for most of the day. The lake view sites are new and quite nice... wide, level, concrete, and with a gravel car parking area next to each site. The older part of the campground is all gravel, and with much smaller sites. Most of the park is filled with mobile homes that were vacant during our stay, though a few owners came out during the weekend. It's a mile or so walk to the "special events beach" where dogs are allowed, but since it was so hot we drove our dog there each day (along a bumpy/rocky dirt road) instead of walking him. Just don't park too close to the water... there are many areas where the sand is really mud and you sink down quickly. The main beach area has a paved road and parking area but no dogs are allowed there. We did walk our dog daily through the heavily wooded adjacent no-hookup campground which was convenient given the intense heat/sun (the full hookup campground has no trees/shade). Boulder City is only a few miles away (up a 1,000+ foot hill) and has plenty of restaurants and stores. We got only 1 bar of AT&T LTE at our site but it was fast and reliable, and 3 bars of Verizon LTE which worked well (we didn't use our booster during our stay here). The campground WiFi didn't reach our site at the far end of the park. - LifeRebooted
May 2016 - $41.00
Opted for one of the Lake View sites. The utilities are arranged so you pull straight in with a MH and back in with a 5th wheel or TT. Great views of the lake and the sites are full poured concrete with pea gravel around it. Picnic table and fire pit at each site. Significant portion of the sites are mobile homes although most were empty for our stay. Camp Host leads you to the site and will help you park. Roadways are wide enough to maneuver and the trees are kept trimmed off the road. - Good Vibes
Apr 2016 - $34.00
Large pull through sites; easy to navigate roads. Park was clean and quiet and secure. Great place to stay and visit Hoover Dam, Valley of Fire State Park, and Las Vegas.
We walked down to the lake - it was a bit of a hike, but worth it. The lake with the mountains behind is beautiful!
We felt safe enough to leave the park for a few days and drive to the Grand Canyon! - Betty2016
Jul 2016 - $20.00
The campground was extremely clean. Did not have showers, which was a disappointment. There were water spigots available very few sites, and each tent site was raked and clean. The lake was a short drive down the road. - BeeNbop
Mar 2016 - $10.00
Beautiful campground on Lake Mead. My fee reflects the America the Beautiful pass. Lots of palm trees and other vegetation, all well-tended by volunteers. Concrete sites, quite level, all with some view of the lake. Concrete picnic tables and grills. No hookups but there is another campground next door that offers them. There is a sewer dump and fresh water fill area as well as water spigots (threaded) near most sites. I would stay here again but not during allergy season. - mockturtle
Jun 2015 - $10.00
We arrived the last week of June to stay for a week while exploring Hoover Dam and Las Vegas - I should have checked the weather! It's way too hot this time of year to dry camp here. Highs reach over 100F and lows won't break below 80F. We have a cat and was worried he'd get heat stroke, so moved to the concessioner campground next-door after 1st night here. In cooler weather, we would love it here! The view of the lake and surrounding vistas are incredible. Verizon LTE data coverage was excellent, which is a must for us to work online. This is on National Recreation Land so there is an entry fee good for 1-week. We have the "America the Beautiful" annual park pass, which got us in free. - Sara C.
Oct 2015 - $5.00
Since we live in Nevada, we've visited Lake Mead on numerous occasions. Even though Lake Mead is very, very dry, there's still a beautiful view of the lake...Take pictures! RV park, is about $180 a week. YIKES!
The RV parking spaces are kind of close together with hook-ups. If you want to have a get together or BBQ, there's a picnic area by the ranger station with ample shaded spots with grills!! Since the ranger station is within walking distance, on occasion, you may have a park ranger come by your area and chat with you. There's a small hiking trail as well in the area. WATCH FOR SIGNAGE! You also can take a walk/drive/ride your bike to the lake or take a swim. There are bathrooms down by the lake so you can change into your swimming attire. Be sure to shower after your swim! We camped at the Lake Mead NRA - Las Vegas Bay Campground. - Oie de Etudiant
Nov 2014 - $5.00
$5 per night (using the Golden Age Passport) was for a level asphalt pad that was surrounded by a generous area of sand/gravel and beautiful desert vegetation including eucalyptus trees. Each primitive site has a concrete picnic table and fire ring. This campground is located on the outskirts of Las Vegas where there is every amenity. Our site had a 360? view of the surrounding valleys and mountains. Lake Mead National Recreation Area offers plenty of outdoor activities including hiking and biking trails, rock climbing, boating, fishing, hunting, and picnicking. There were lots of Gambel?s Quail, Ruby-throated hummingbirds, and coyotes in the area. AT&T and Verizon service were three ? four bars of LTE. There were over 40 OTA TV stations and we received many radio stations including HD stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
Sep 2014 - $9.00
We camped here in September, 2014, after all the schools had opened. There were maybe 10 campers in the park. It was so hot! Over 100 degrees. We paid for two days but after the first night we left in search of A/C Now, this wasn't the park's problem. In cooler weather this park would be nice. Spaces, like in all NPS parks were close together. I suspect this place would be really crowded in the full season. Lake Mead was really low - Jim Lee
Nov 2013 - $15.00
This park was very run down. The people were friendly enough. The majority of spaces are occupied by permanent residents. The surrounding area is more commercial and not conducive for walks and other outdoor activities. - LouDaisy5
May 2010 - $15.00
The majority of RV’s in this park are long term. The people were friendly and very quiet as far as we could see. Park is 1.5 miles away from major shopping so it was very convenient. Good water pressure, electrical stayed up around 127 and no problems with the sewer. Park looks pretty nice from the entrance but it has seen better days once you drive around to look for a site. Cement pads were nice but had to park on part of the pad to get our main slide out. There is a security shack just past the office and there was usually someone there. No problems getting a satellite signal and Verizon Aircard worked well. We would stay here again to load up supplies from Costco and Trader Joe’s. NOT a place we would want to hang out in! - jannie5
Apr 2008 - $30.00
This location is great for getting right off I-95 or I-515, but the name says it all. Desert Sands is sandy, and you can't get much more desert than that! So there is not much to upkeep. The trash cans seem to fill up faster than they are emptied. There are no shade trees. This seems to be more oriented for much older RVs, but they still have a heart. This is right next to Boulder Hwy. but is quiet at night. Can walk to Skyline casino. And Sam Boyd Stadium is very close for the events. Mall, casinos, groceries up Sunset Rd. the other direction. - steve&kristi
Apr 2016 - $33.00
This was an overnight stop for us and I selected it based on other reviews - it was an excellent choice. I may be a bit biased because I feel we had the best site in the campground, A7. A long pull through with good spacing from other sites and a large picnic area. We were the highest rv site in the campground and had a little view of the water. The road down from the highway is narrow and a bit winding with some lumpy patches from the many times the water and dirt have crossed it in rainstorms. During our one night stay it rained hard all night and we wondered if we might get to stay an extra day or two because of road closure but no such luck. The roads and the sites are all paved and other than the one or two next to the restrooms, they all seemed to be nice sites. Verizon did not work, not even a blip. I suspect this might be a very warm place in the summer and is probably very popular for families. This is in a NRA so you need to pay to enter or have a park pass. Register at the marina store. - PBuds
Nov 2015 - $18.00
One of my absolute favorite places to stay! Not much to do, and no recreational facilities other than boat rentals and hiking trails, but drop-dead gorgeous views. Road into the campground has been washed out a few times in flash floods, but campground itself is safe because it is high above the river. Roads in campground are paved and in very good condition, as are campsites and all facilities. Sites have a large cement pad and asphalt entrances to pad. No cell service, but free WiFi worked fine, especially with my booster. Also, I was pleased to find a washer and dryer available, which is a very nice bonus. Incredibly quiet and dark at night, which is hard to find these days. I would love to rent a boat sometime, but cannot do that alone. I am taking their raft trip from Hoover Dam next weekend. Incredible value for a full hookup site with senior pass. - judy_online
Aug 2015 - $20.00
This part of Lake Mead was unknown to me at first because I was unaware that Lake Mead extended to Arizona. This little gem is right on the lake, very beautiful when the sun rises. It was VERY hot as well.
We only stayed for one night but it was great. The bathrooms are near by. If you have a boat, there's a boat landing as well. It was very dark and quiet at night, but the parking lot is well lit. Also, if you don't like bugs, bring bug spray and some Off. We didn't explore all that much, but it was fun. - Oie de Etudiant
Apr 2016 - $28.00
Sites are small....standard sites are 35' deep, which includes the bushes behind your unit. Everybody parks in the street, which makes the street tight. The premium sites are either deeper, or are double sites. The double sites are pull-thrus. All roads are paved, and most sites are concrete. There are 2 laundries, one by the office and one in the middle of the park. The only area for pets is gravel and not enclosed. - ta96silver
Feb 2016 - $19.00
Very tight sites, but a good value with Passport America. Paved sites close together with some trees. Right next door to large park, great for the dog! - ldukeb
Nov 2015 - $33.00
Friendly staff, good location for what we needed. But- sites were VERY narrow! Boulder highway has lots of emergency vehicle traffic so not very quiet. Really puzzling was the fact that they said that their policy was to require rigs to be less than ten years old, but many of their full time sites were occupied by rigs much older than that. Will probably not stay here again. - joans8849
Las Vegas, Nevada (map) | (702) 454-8055
Sites: 287 | Latest Rate: $30.00 | 199 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Staff was extremely helpful and courteous. We stayed 5 nights. Shuttle to downtown and the strip is available, however we had a rental car to do our exploring on our own terms.
Paved interior roads, gravel sites. Utility connections are shared so spacing can be rather tight between neighbors. The pull through sites seem to be tighter than the back in or pull in spaces. We expected the spaces to be tight in an area like this.
All utilities worked well except for the cable tv. Picture was snowy and difficult to view. Mentioned it to staff who sent out a service person, but was not able to correct the problem.
Temps were 100+ during our stay. Even the short walk from the campground to the casino was exhausting for us old people. Would be nice if they could arrange a golf cart shuttle to the casino. Our site, a pull in was large enough for our unit and the rental car. Free wifi is available at the pool area and at the office. A more reliable and faster wifi is available for purchase. - Kazoo Tom
Jul 2016 - $38.00
We found the park very convenient for accessing the Strip thanks to the free shuttle from Sam's Town, though it doesn't run after 9:30 p.m. The park facilities were adequate. We used our Verizon hotspot since the park's wifi was not useful at our site. The bathrooms were small and could use updating, but they were clean. We got the free "b-connect" cards at the casino to access the inexpensive buffet. The $6 breakfast buffet was a great deal. - Desert Beacon
May 2016 - $20.00
Nice park. Pool could use some cleaning but it's Vegas so most people are there to see the other things. Its easy to get to the strip and Fremont experience.
The cable was great with HBO and plenty of channels. They have Internet but only at the pool, laundry, and office areas. - virginiagirl2015