25 Parks near Henderson, Nevada
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
Aug 2016 - $16.00
We stayed for 2 nights on our way up to Fallon, NV and I-80. It was a little tight parking, we had a back-in space, with close neighbors, but it was level! There was a local bus stop right out side front gate. It was quiet, even though we faced the Boulder Highway. We had to park on the street, space was for RV only. - Jim and Me
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
Las Vegas, Nevada (map) | (702) 454-8055
Sites: 287 | Latest Rate: $45.00 | 202 Reviews
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Excellent value for my experience. Fit my 45+ foot toyhauler and dually vehicle easily. I specifically asked for their larger sites and they accommodated without any issue. It's a large facility but being Vegas at this time of the year was extremely hot +116 degrees; didn't walk the grounds too much. Dog run was large. Would stay again. Arrived very late ~ midnight and was greeted by staff. Guided me to site and was a great start to my stay. Front office folks friendly and I constantly saw security driving around in their golf carts. - mava
Jul 2016 - $40.00
This suited our needs for one night, but would not stay here long term. Wifi is only included at the pool/clubhouse. You must pay to use it at your site. The sites are very close together. Seemed like many long term residents were there. The pool was nice as well as the enclosed dog park. Basically this KOA was a parking lot next to a casino. - jennifernelson49
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
Las Vegas, Nevada (map) | (702) 454-8055
Sites: 207 | Latest Rate: $39.00 | 7 Reviews
Oct 2015 - $39.00
We have just spent 5 nights here. The amenities are good and clean however there is no free WiFi to speak of and the pay for use service they offer for $25.00 for a week is poor, with continual dropouts. The park itself is all sealed bitumen and gravel with a few trees that do nothing for shade thus with the reflected heat it is hot. The pool is kept clean and the heated hot tub is also clean but in the hot sun is no fun. The big issue with this park is the constant sirens from police and ambulances. We have had two nights of little sleep, one where there were numerous police cars with sirens and light going plus the helicopter overhead at low level obviously looking for someone and the other night two SWAT teams with police heavily armed. Not sure if we felt safe with their presence or not.
The park is about 20-30 minute drive to downtown Las Vegas.
Given that I have yet to find a better park for visiting Las Vegas I would just give it an above OK score. - TommBoyd
Sep 2015 - $29.00
Gravel sites, paved roads, basically a casino parking lot. Food and casino within walking distance. Shuttle to downtown. - mjtesky
Oct 2014 - $36.00
As of 10/1 this park is now part of KOA. Have stayed at this park a number of times for 1 or 2 nights on our travels north/south through Vegas. Convenience to freeway and casino/restaurants is a plus for us. OK for short stay, Negatives - narrow spaces, poor sewer connections, door to door arrangement in the pull-throughs, little shade, quite noisy (6 AM garbage truck not good). But our recent experience illustrates my general dislike for KOAs. Check in was a joke. Despite assurances that the new owners would honor my free comp nights from Sams Town I had to argue with clerk until a supervisor interceded. Later I noticed clerk had screwed up my paperwork showing we only had a 1 night booking vs 2 nights. Went back to office - was completely ignored by the same clerk and had to resolve with a different clerk. Not a good start for KOA. Based on my past experiences with KOA (not a fan) I suspect the rates on this park will never again be as low as Sams Town offered. KOAs way overpriced in my opinion. - dennis44
Sep 2016 - $29.00
We stayed there to check out the area and to check out Las Vegas which we hadn't done in years. This place is for adults only which appealed to me greatly. The spaces are adequate for our 36 footer with a tow. It has a gym and a great pool. The bathrooms couldn't have been cleaner if they were brand new. One of the bathroom buildings had separate rooms that had a shower and toliet in it, almost like being at home lol.
There is someone at the entry to make sure you are a guest there before letting you in. You won't find a more helpful and friendly staff as you will here. - ChrisBruce
Sep 2016 - $29.00
This is a nice park. It's a pull through, but you have to disconnect because the utilities are at the end of the pad. Not a big deal, but you can't really just pull in. They have an escort, and the roads are easy to navigate. Utilities worked well, but no cable TV. Tengo internet worked much better than expected, maybe because park is not completely full. I would rate higher if it had TV and even a patch of grass somewhere to break up the scorching blacktop. However, the price is right. The dog rules weren't a problem as they parked us 100 feet from the dog park and it's too hot to go outside, anyway. - Doogiesmom
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Excellent facilities. Very clean bathrooms and laundry. The grounds are well kept as is the sparkling pool. Very friendly staff and night staff to keep others out. This is an adults-only park. No one under 18 allowed to stay so there is no "kids" noise. Wi-Fi usable but not the fastest and dropped out more times than it was on. The only gripe I would have was some of the more permanent residents thought they owned the place and would take refuge in the games room from the heat but would then stretch out sleep on the lounges so there was nowhere to sit :(. - Liane63
Jan 2016 - $18.00
We stayed in the RV park after visiting Death Valley NP and on the way to Quartzsite AR for the rest of the winter. The park is well managed and very clean. It is noisy at night due to the proximity to the street but the close proximity to shopping and other services is a big advantage. Wifi services are reachable only to those sites close to the office. We recommend this place to any RVers visiting Las Vegas. Please bring cash as payment as they do not accept credit cards. - hotpepper
Mar 2015 - $20.00
Stay was terrible. Park is right on busy highway with drug dealers and hookers. While sitting by rv awnings my husband was asked if he needed A hooker. Drug dealers were doing buisness on wall surrounding park and items in front of RV were stolen. Jacuzzi was old and jets barely worked. When we asked about fixing it they stated it was 30 yrs old and there was nothing to do. Water faucet spigot leaked and when we came back to rv there was a sign on door stating they turned off our drinking water - jrddf
Mar 2014 - $16.00
The park is right off Boulder Highway and they have a special for $16 a night for the first 3 nights, then it goes up to $20. Most of sites are pull-through and blacktop, with a little landscaping in between. About 75% of the occupants are permanent, run down trailers. Staff in office is very nice. Wi-Fi is available in the office only. You are also required to give a $10 deposit on a key which gives access to the bathrooms, laundry ($1 wash and dry) and the pool. A major safety concern is the key is needed to open the pool area and to get out of the pool area. My husband and I went in together, but he left when the sun got too hot, and I was actually locked in the pool area until I found someone walking past with a key to let me out! For the price, we would stay here again. - Liv4sun
Aug 2016 - $32.00
Late night pull in. Security came and gave us a site, registered in the morning clean, somewhat easy close sites. A lot of sirens during the night. Would stay again. - SunnybrookJim
Jul 2016 - $21.00
stayed for a week, first time for this park. Agree with previous comments, few shade trees, concrete pads, grass on ends of rows. Dog area (only one) is small and all dirt with no shade. Many "long term" guests here that have "stuff" outside of the rv in violation of the rules, but didn't see anything done. Bath houses are rooms with toilet, sink and shower. For the most part clean, except first thing in the morning, found two toilets in one house this morning that were over=flowing with feces. The wifi is adequate for nearly everything, I don't stream so don't know about that. We usually stay at Sam's Town (now KOA), but thought we would try here for this trip.... can't say this is bad, just like the LARGE and grass dog areas at the KOA better. - Sergent Major
May 2016 - $35.00
With the exception of keeping undesirables out of the bathroom area this park is excellent. Not sure why they have such a problem as they change "keys" regularly. They should also be checking at day break as the problems seem to come during the nite...even though the bathrooms are locked at 10:00. That in itself is a drawback! The spaces are concrete as are the streets. There is pebble rock between sites with shrubs. Very limited shade here but the grounds are clean. I'm going to say the sites are close while not so close as to have problems with slides. More than enough room on both sides. Impressive aray of coaches and large trailers/5ths staying here. Over all Arizona Charlie's was better than expected and we would stay here next time we are thru Vegas for sure. - Sweatlife
Jul 2016 - $1.00
We are Thousand Trails members and have been happy with them so far. We knew this one had damage from a February storm and that the pool was closed, but we needed to stay here for truck repairs (that were right down the road). Although we agree with the other reviewers that this campground is in need of some work and yes, it was a major bummer being there in July (during a heat wave) without a pool, and yes, the sites are narrow and bathrooms are very dated...however, the staff here more than makes up for what the location is lacking. The staff goes above and beyond to make you feel comfortable and welcome. They are kind, accommodating, funny and very helpful. We had fridge problems and were living out of a cooler and they would deliver bags of ice to our RV on a regular basis and allowed us to have parts shipped to the park for our fridge. Even the neighbors and permanent residents were friendly and gracious (one even offered for us to borrow their extra car while our truck was in the shop)! As an update, they just got all the permits and started work on fixing the pool and rec room (which we were told would be done by Sept. or Oct). We did feel safe here and it was convenient to shopping/Walmart and had easy access to freeways. - Totally-Trailer
Jun 2016 - $1.00
Like many parks in the Thousand Trails network, this one is old and in need of maintenance. As other reviewers mentioned, there was a storm in February and they STILL haven't fixed the WiFi or reopened the pool. Since the park doesn't have much in the way of amenities, that's really inexcusable. And there was no warning when we made the reservation about these things not being available. We truly wonder whether continuing to pay for our membership in Thousand Trails makes sense since they don't seem to be putting any money into their parks.
The sites are gravel and so narrow that we had to park our truck elsewhere. It might have fit our space if our neighbors hadn't parked their truck on their space - which of course they are entitled to do. The woman who checked us in directed us to an end space that she said had more shade than some other spaces but honestly I didn't see a tree anywhere nearby. The roads are narrow and the turns tight. Like many of the older parks, there are no pull-through sites.
There's no cable TV but we were able to pick up quite a few broadcast channels. Verizon Internet worked well. The dog area was reasonable. - Pull Toy
May 2016 - $3.00
So, on one hand, I really appreciate this park. We ended up in Vegas (baby!) with no place to stay after the park we had made a reservation at flaked out on us. No where had space for us, but I called TT Las Vegas and they did have space. So I jumped online, signed up for Thousand Trails (something we'd already been talking about doing for months), and headed for the park. They really bailed us out.
On the other hand, I want to be honest about this campground. It's just ok. The sites are very tight, but that's not unusual in a metro area. The sites are all gravel. The pool building had been damaged months ago when a tree fell on it, and had not been repaired. Amenities were quite limited with the pool closed.
Having said all of that. We'd stay again. It was pleasant, felt safe, was close to all of the Vegas attractions, and like I said, they really bailed us out, so I'm grateful for that. - JPen365
Sep 2016 - $36.00
We arrived late at night (early morning actually), and I am always pleased to find "some type" of after-hours procedure at a park. Information was well posted and easy to understand, as far as available sites and how to get to them. Park host came around shortly after we pulled in, to check up and see if we needed wifi code, etc. Very few parks have someone patrolling about at 1:00 in the morning; I appreciated the fact that he swung by to see if everything was suitable. We did not use wifi, cable, pool, etc, as we just slept for the night and then departed in the morning. Pull through site was level and easy to get into, all utilities worked well and were well placed. Park is in nice shape. I would certainly return if in the area again. - KeystoneTT
Aug 2016 - $36.00
We only stayed one night, really enjoyed this park. New pool and hot tub were both sparkling clean. The hot tub was only luke warm, but the ambient temp was 102*F. Cable, WiFi and other utilities were great. Bathrooms and showers were remodeled and super nice. The couple who checked us in were very nice and glad we stayed with them. The site was small pee gravel which was OK, but not level. I give this nice park a low 9 rating. Only one dumpster location by office. Park is big enough to need at least 3 or 4. We would stay there again. - Numbnuts
Aug 2016 - $36.00
This was our second time here and it was just for one night, but again I was so pleased with it. Easy in, easy out, pull through that was level gravel. Utilities worked as they were supposed to. The sites are gravel and the streets are asphalt and plenty wide. There are trees but they are small and don't help much with the heat and sun. I loved that there are 2 dog areas. I can't find a thing wrong with this place. It is in the desert so of course there is no grass which is all that I thought was missing. - Myrt & Gordy