17 Parks near Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas, Nevada (map) | (800) 444-2472
Sites: 170 | Latest Rate: $1.00 | 108 Reviews
Sep 2014 - $1.00
Several times in recent weeks I tried to check the site availability on this KOA's website. Each time I entered October arrival and departure dates, a note popped up say that the park would be closed from 10/1/14 to next March or April. I finally called the park and was told that they are closing permanently as of 10/1/14. I did not ask why it was closing. I've been here before it was a KOA and enjoyed it. I am sorry to see the only RV park on the strip disappear. - Jerry S
Aug 2014 - $46.00
This campground is now run by Circus Circus. You can call them directly to make reservations. - Carol4948
May 2014 - $80.00
Stayed here 10 years ago and remembered is as being bad but close to downtown. It is now much worse. I doubt that they have spent a dime on maintenance let alone improvements in ten years. Dirty, unkempt, and gross. Internet worthless. Stay at one of the local casinos and take a cab. It will be cheaper and much nicer. - alley
May 2015 - $14.00
This park is a pleasant surprise. It is on a busy street and in the flight path for McCarran airport and yet it was quiet and peaceful. There were no problems at all sleeping at night. Streets are wide and make navigating the park easy. Good Wi-Fi and electricity. Sites next to us were both empty, so we had plenty of room. Would stay here again if camping in the Vegas area. - Bobbi1948
Apr 2015 - $15.00
We spent two nights there to see the area. It was okay, however, the sites were pretty close together. The staff was very helpful in finding us a church to go to for Easter. The only thing I can at fault was the shower area, however, was tight (you had to make sure you didn't get your clothes wet.) - 1dinky
Oct 2014 - $26.00
We came here on Passport America which is reflected in the price. It is a value at the Passport America rate; however, I would not pay full price to stay here. This is an older, well kept park with very wide streets which are needed to maneuver into their big rig sites. You are given 2 sites (for the price of 1) in order to fit; however, you must maneuver between the electrical boxes depending on your length. With a little patience it is no problem. Sites are wide enough to accommodate 4 slides. Good 50 amps. We did not use their facilities. - Freedom Bus
May 2011 - $15.00
We loved this campground but compared to others there are fewer amenities so we rated it 7. It is 17 miles out of Vegas at 7000' near Mt. Charleston. We had site 7 with a view of the mountainsides, trees all around, privacy and visiting wildlife. The picnic tables are concrete as are the fire rings and both are on a concrete pad. The tent pad was very large and level. On the downside, leveling the motorhome took double boards on one side, the road into the campground is narrow with a circle at the end that you must be able to drive around (think length of your unit) to get out, pay showers, no dump station, no playground and no water at any site, although it is accessible to fill your tank. Hiking is available everywhere, you are close to Red Rock Canyon and Vegas, there are a few restaurants within 1 mile and you can completely relax. Very popular so arrive early in the week or make a reservation. We will stay there again. Rate is with Access card. - RetiredRVTravelers
Apr 2011 - $25.00
I gave this campground a 8 due to the close proximity to Las Vegas. It has tall Ponderosa Pines at the 7,000 ft level that represents a marked changed from the desert. Each site has power. This campground can be reserved by going to Recreation.Gov. The only water comes from community campground spigots. I suggest that you buy a rubber hose connection called a "water robber" at your local RV parts store as it allows you to temporarily attach your hoses to the non-threaded faucets found in most Forest Service campgrounds. You will be able to fill your fresh water tank. There is no Holding tank drop at the campground. I would not suggest that you reserve spaces 6 or 8 if you have a unit longer than 25 feet. Also note that the 2 million residents of the Las Vegas valley scramble to get into this campground with electric hookups, so you should book space way in advance. Overall a great experience - Vegas Tom
Oct 2010 - $15.00
A gem of a place, just 45 minutes from my home in Las Vegas, a great place to see all of the Mt. Charleston sights. Very friendly staff, firewood for sale on site. Electric, and water spigots, no sewer. Lots of space between sites. Of the 12 sites, six can be reserved. Took us two months to get a reservation. First come sites are tricky, according to host. Hard to predict, he says. Elevation is such that you might expect snow early as November. Bring everything you need. Nearest store is about 20 miles down the mountain. Rate reflects Senior Interagency Pass discount. - rclvnv
Oct 2014 - $33.00
I am not sure of the neighborhood this park is in. Lovely park, check in was friendly and fine. However, person in office had to buzz us into the office and there is a high wall and gates that enclose the park. You need to get a remote from the office to open the gates. I have never encountered this before, nor have I ever been through Las Vegas before so this may be "normal" for Las Vegas. - Wandering
Oct 2014 - $33.00
Nice office staff. Yes I’ll agree it is not the best of “neighborhoods” but the park is gated and everyone inside are of good character so we really did not feel threatened at all. It always seems to be a chore to find an RV park in Vegas. Most are too expensive, too uppity, too far away or blacktop city. This is a great park with plenty of spaces but it can be very tight for big rigs towing when trailer towers are parked in the narrow drive paths. Consider scouting and/or dropping before you go in. One lane was completely blocked by a truck pulling a popup trailer of all things. There is no grass at the sites so dog walking is a chore but they do have dog runs. We do not visit dog runs due to the unknown diseases and temperaments that uncaring dog owners can bring in but there is some grass out front of the motel that our girl could roll in. Sites are narrow but our 40ft with slides fit ok; however our tow seemed to be in the way no matter where we put it. This was a quick 2 night stay so we didn't get to use any of the facilities. Wifi was reasonably good with several hotspot zones to choose from. I think we dropped a couple times but nothing too annoying. Site was level and all gravel but well maintained with small to medium trees and a picnic table, still it is a desert. Odd thing our power pole did not have a circuit breaker so had to plug in hot?? Overall the best value we have found so far in Vegas and would likely stay there again. $33 a night reflects AAA discount and tax. - JayABQ
Oct 2014 - $33.00
It was fine for an overnight stay for a big rig. The dog park area was small but nice. All grass. It also had a free dog wash area, which was a nice surprise, and we took advantage of it to give our German Shepherd a bath. The security in this place was a little over the top. I can only assume this must be in a bad part of town, because it was difficult to get in and out. All of the exits had the non-reversible treads that would puncture your tires if you went the wrong way. - Tiffin Wanderers
Apr 2015 - $18.00
It is an older park with lots of permanent residents but not "junky". There is a concrete pad for each vehicle. The site wasn't level but not a big issue with a couple of blocks. Quiet for being in Las Vegas. Easy in and out. Employees were very nice. The sites are close but I never heard my neighbors. No picnic table or fire ring. Great for a day or two. - Susan C.
Mar 2015 - $12.00
We already knew that local policies about rig age and number of pets would limit our options for a planned Las Vegas stay. But due to circumstances, we couldn't start calling ahead until early on the Friday we expected to arrive. Two parks promised callbacks that never came. One said, "No problem" so we rolled in at 5pm with confidence -- until we saw the park. Nope, nope, nope. Desperate, we called King's Row 15 minutes before the office was due to close. The gal in the office stayed waiting for us to arrive, checked us in, escorted us to our site and helped us get into a back-in that was, as promised, plenty long enough for our 39' 5er and had an adjacent parking spot for the truck. Power was solid, water was clean, Wi-Fi was free and fairly reliable. We wouldn't hesitate to come again. - peakcomm
Nov 2014 - $12.00
Rate is based on a month stay plus electrical usage. Yes, its an older park and yes, there are a lot of permanents, but as far as noisy, just the morning flights out of the valley and I think you will hear that from all parks in the area.
Friendly, helpful staff and residents.
Most RV sites are pull-through (100 ft). We will come back. - magic
Las Vegas, Nevada (map) | (702) 454-8055
Sites: 287 | Latest Rate: $45.00 | 184 Reviews
May 2015 - $45.00
KOAs are usually over priced for what you get and this one is no exception. It is pretty average but it is close to a great casino and restaurant. We stayed here before it was a KOA and it is about the same as it was last time we stayed. We like that we aren't on the strip. Rigs here are right on top of each other with side by side parking. Sites are level and hookups are adequate. We would stay here again. - Kent and Margaret
Mar 2015 - $36.00
We've been using this campground about twice a year for close to 15 years. What it has going for it is location, location, location. Wasn't sure what to think when it became a KOA but so far very few changes. The office staff was very friendly and professional and very helpful. The park was in desperate need of some upgrading before and still is. The sewer remains a goofy set-up and the pull thru sites were probably fine for the rigs of 20 years ago but is just too tight for today's rigs. We will continue to use the place because it is handy but it really needs some work. - hermy
Mar 2015 - $30.00
Roads are paved but all RV spots are gravel with a little space between RVs and the area is dotted with trees and a bit of grass. The first time we stayed in a pull-through, and be forewarned that the hook-ups are "buddy" with two units sharing one post. The second time we had a back-in which was long enough for our 24' trailer but had to unhitch although there was space to park our pick-up next to the trailer. The back-in spots are also "buddy" which means every other spot is a "pull in" rather than a "back in." Noise from road, especially at night so ask for spots in rear of park although sirens can still be heard.
Staff was nice and accommodating but the bathrooms are in desperate need of updating. I'm unsure if the grime was a result of not cleaning enough or just age (I didn't look that close), and water temperature would change (mine was too cold and spouse's was too hot).
Security is non-existent and we hope that changes. According to a security staff from Sam's Town, since KOA has taken over, there is no security presence at night and the first morning we were there a street guy and his wife tried to steal someone's wheelchair from their campsite by placing his wife in it and wheeling it out the park. The owner had to confront him to get it back.
Wifi works fine in the office but I couldn't get it to work in the pool area even though it was supposed to be available.
Used laundry facilities twice and they were fine. Sam's Town casino is an easy walk and the deli has great sandwiches and cake. There is also a Walmart directly across the street but it's not the nicest place to shop. - berrycat
Las Vegas, Nevada (map) | (702) 454-8055
Sites: 207 | Latest Rate: $36.00 | 5 Reviews
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
Jan 2014 - $33.00
Couldn't get into the Boulder CG and settled for Nellis. Not bad but not very secure. The front driveway is wide open to the street with no gate. Lots of people walking/hanging around. The office is not operating. You have to go to Boulder to check in unless you call from the outside house phone and walk over after you hook up. Security does pass through once in awhile. The biggest complaint is the curbing around the campsite. Could you at least make it a 45 degree one? (Next door's RV Resort had a $29 special for any site. Should have tried that.) - scarpacci
Oct 2013 - $24.00
We enjoyed the proximity to everything Las Vegas, but the sites and the park were not ADA-friendly at all. All sites are on islands bounded by rounded curbs that caused our mobility scooter to bottom out. They would only allow a temporary ramp that would be removed and put away after each use. The fee-based Wi-Fi did not work, but there was construction underway to improve it. Cable was very limited and included some HBO channels. Very noisy city location with non-residents constantly walking through the park from the bus stop. Dog runs stank badly of old urine, but there was a quiet side street and a nice dog park about a half-mile away. Some residents were feeding the pigeons and the occasional dead one was sometimes cleaned up, sometimes not. Old park, but otherwise clean. Security guards patrolled regularly, though there was no office open or host on site. One would have to go about a quarter mile to the main office at the Boulder Street park to check mail and such. We would not stay here again because of the ADA. - FabulousA
May 2015 - $27.00
Great place. Full security no riffraff. Resort type grounds. Resort pool and working spa. - jrddf
May 2015 - $36.00
This park is typical of most in Last Vegas. The sites are paved with gravel in between. There are palm trees scattered around the park, but don't really provide much shade. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and there is a guard 24/7 at the entrance. The only complaint I have about this park is that they accept pets, but are very strict that the pets only do their business in two specific gravel areas. So, it really isn't practical to take your pet for a walk. Otherwise this is a nice, reasonably
priced RV park to spend some time in Las Vegas. - jdew
May 2015 - $29.00
Large park southeast of downtown, right near Sam's Town casino. The neighborhood isn't great, but it isn't awful either. The security in the park is good and there are always lots of staff around the grounds. Paved roads with gravel sites, mostly pull-throughs and some are quite large. There are not a lot of better choices in Vegas and this one is convenient for shopping or sightseeing. Several long-term or seasonal residents, but all very nice. Park is quiet, except for barking dogs around the dog areas, where the park tends to put campers with dogs. This is not a destination resort, but as a functional place to stay is is excellent. - MrSunshine
Apr 2015 - $68.00
Rather than repeat all the past reviews, I will try to add some additional information. We used the weight room facilities often during our week stay. The room was always clean and organized, the fans were on, and the TV was functional and available. The temp in the room could have been a bit cooler, but it was tolerable. The grounds crew was always busy keeping the grounds looking sharp. We did find the gate guards inconsistent though. We had various visitors during our stay, and some guards would make the guest call us for permission to allow them entry, and others would just wave them through. The only real negative about the park is the always present jet noise from the planes taking off and landing at McCarran airport. I will stay here again. - SargeW
Apr 2015 - $68.00
Best park we have ever stayed in. Wonderful landscaping, 4 pools, lots of peaceful, paved streets to walk on. The restrooms at each of the pool areas were nice - actually only went to 2 of them though. Wonderful clubhouse and exercise room. The lots were lovely and ours had wonderful outdoor furniture and tiki style umbrellas. All hook-ups worked fine. We enjoyed looking at the sites that have the built-out kitchens. We will be back. There is airplane noise but we enjoyed watching the variety of planes fly over. - Road2camping
Mar 2015 - $120.00
This is the Ritz-Carlton of RV resorts. We had a premium improved site for a week, and then extended for five more days in an unimproved site. The only reason I didn't give it a "10" is because of airplane noise. The resort is about a mile or so west of the landing pattern for the Vegas airport. Depending on the winds, the noise can sometimes be loud and unrelenting. I was awakened more than once before six a.m. by jet noise. - spot
Jan 2015 - $19.00
I like this park because it is clean, secure and convenient, and one of the best things I like about it is the price or value. We have stayed here many times in the past and one of the biggest things that I guess you could say I dislike is their sewer hook up; it is a combined shared hole with you and your neighbor. The area around that hook up is what I call probably unsanitary and one of the things I do is spray the area with bleach before I hook up but I do this at every park so nothing out of the usual, but I also bungee cord my water hose, water filters anything that touches the ground except the sewer hose up on the poles that they have surrounding the hook ups. Be prepared for nothing but a concrete slab and full hookups and you will not be disappointed. Will I stay here again, you bet. - monaco cruiser
Jan 2015 - $19.00
Convenient to Fremont street, Very noisy at night because of freeway traffic. No wifi, no cable and basically a parking lot with water, sewer and electric hookups. Tight spaces between RV's. Good for night or two. May be too close to gambling for some people. Best to call and reserve site so you wont have to move if someone has reserved a site you pulled into. - albon
Apr 2014 - $17.00
Have stayed here for several years when passing thru Vegas. You are right by the freeway's but in our bus we don't notice the noise much at night. Security patrols thru here on bicycles and are pretty frequent. The Casino is a short walk and OK during the day. Don't know if I would walk to it at night. Sites are close together and if our bus had slideouts, we would be touching the slideouts next door. OK spot for the short term to see Vegas. Will stay here again when passing thru. - Bluebird Bob
Jul 2011 - $21.00
A very well kept NFS park. No services to speak of. We love staying here though. Generators allowed. Longer rigs need to watch the dip when exiting, the drive crosses a couple of low spots and we've seen some folks bottom out. - avbrendan
May 2015 - $50.00
This park is exceptionally well managed. We stay here any time we are in Las Vegas. The free Wi-Fi worked well once we figured out how to get on line. The restrooms are spotless and some of the best we have used anywhere. They are large individual combination restroom shower rooms. The driveways are wide for easy in and out of the sites. The staff is friendly and helpful. - SteveFerrill
May 2015 - $53.00
This is our favorite park in the Las Vegas area. The location is prefect, the grounds beautiful, and the staff very helpful. We got a Premium pull-through space, which includes grass and a level concrete pad. While close to I-15 we hardly ever heard any road noise. The showers are clean and private. The grounds are like a good hotel. Two pools, one adult only, and a club house with activities. Very good access to casinos, and 24 hr security at the gate. This was our second stay with them and we are planning to return this fall. - Mep-Adp
Apr 2015 - $50.00
Booked for a week then extended another 3 nights because of family needs in LV.
We were in the no-pet area. Had no grass. Our site was very tight to get into for a 45' motorhome because of a fire hydrant on the right entrance corner of the site and a tree on the left back of the site and no space to swing. I am sure they would have given us another site if that was a problem, but I got in with some maneuvering.
The hot tub and pool were clean and nice. Lots of folks using them, but that is what they are there for!
The putting course was horrible. Not worth using.
The work out facility was marginal at best. The TV is ancient. The remote would not work. The equipment is minimal. Two treadmills. Only one worked. The rest of the equipment was okay. Not too inviting, but better than nothing.
Most front desk people we encountered were very helpful. One was not so much. Just going through the motions. Insisted I walk outside and get the license # of my toad. I was tired from driving, but she had to have it immediately to process us. When needing help, just went to the ones that we knew would be helpful.
The restaurant had great service. Breakfast food was okay, nothing great.
Watch out for the person trying to entice you into buying a travel package. Was warned by a guest in the hot tub. When in the lobby, we were approached to "spin the wheel" and win free nights at the RV park. Politely said no thank you and she gave up on us.
This is a very convenient RV Park, literally right off the freeway off ramp. A few minutes to the strip. Close to grocery stores and outlet mall. Good and very friendly security staff. Not noisy, except for a bit of freeway noise, but not an issue. - JoeVinnie
Jan 2014 - $15.00
Nice staff, good sized spots. Very close to the amazing Red Rock canyons for hiking/climbing/biking. Heads up, there is no internet coverage, but some cell. Basic camping with toilets and a water tap every 4-5 sites. We've used it many times and will return in the future. - John WD Smith
Feb 2012 - $15.00
BLM site for the self-contained. Some sites are tent only and others have table, shade, and fire pit. A few are RV only. Toilets are vault type! No showers. Some water faucets but no hookups. Generator quiet hours from 10 pm to 6 am. Closed June, July and August - it is in the 100s after all. It is close to the Red Rock scenic area (1 mile) and close to Vegas; 5 miles to Costco and civilization but is is on the other side of Vegas' western mountains so it is very non-city. No reservations. Good cell reception but it can get windy. We stayed here in a 40' RV which is self-contained so we found it fun. Great base for hikers or serious climbers at the Red Rock area. - puddinhead
Mar 2015 - $14.00
This was absolutely the worst place I have ever stayed. I felt like I needed to lock the doors and carry a gun at all times. 80% permanent 1960's era trailers with home made add ons and porches. Dogs barking, bad area of town, lots of sirens. Not close to any casinos. Much safer options in other parts of the city. Had to move 3 times when I had 4 day confirmed reservation. If I was offered a free week's stay I would not only turn it down, I would not want to lose a friend by giving it to someone else. Oh and about the showers and restrooms. They require a key that they issue you due to the part of town they are in. Enough said. - DavidWM
Jun 2014 - $26.00
I have been an RV camper for over twenty years and I have been to a lot of RV parks all over the US and Canada. I have to say this is the worst place I have ever stayed. It smells like raw sewage is leaking into the air, and the water ruined my plumbing with the smell of sewage. There was an intoxicated woman in a golf cart cursing some of the nastiest language I have ever heard at 1am; this went on for a couple of hours. My children heard the woman and were unable to sleep. The place was a dump; the bathrooms smelled as the rest of the park like sewage. There is no shade and it was hot; the WiFi was very shaky and slow. I had some time leveling my RV as the sites are very uneven; broken glass was present and rusty rebar spikes were in the ground and it was filthy. Management was very rude and biligerent. I asked for a key to use the bathrooms and was charged a deposit and given a lecture on the importance of returning the key as though it was the only key they had. We had intended on staying for a week and left after only one evening. Why Good Sam would be a part of such a horrible place is unbelievable. - john seabreeze
Feb 2013 - $26.00
Wow, this is a tired little park. Situated right next to a mobile home park, and this must be the option for semi-permanent residents in RVs as opposed to mobile homes. I would guess at least half of the site is dedicated to these semi-permanent residents. So you can parked next to oddly defined "yards", or canopied work and storage areas that serve these residents. I can't remember if the park had trees any where other than at the perimeter. BUT I must say this park was quiet. Not too far from the strip, and near public transportation. The host was very pleasant, and although the restrooms (concrete block) were old, they were very clean. Same for the shower, very clean. Just not a great part of town. - User2751
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
Jan 2014 - $29.00
Not in the best part of town. They were just finishing an upgrade on all their bathrooms and showers. We were here a month and enjoyed the facilities and the location. - Denn0007
Feb 2015 - $3.00
First time in this Park. Sites are very close together, some hook ups are at the rear of the site so be prepared. Close to plenty of Vegas action within a short drive. My overall perception is that it's crowded. Everything is close together and some have sites that are just plain ugly with all their junk on them which also given it that crowded look. Probably won't return but since it's a no cost Park for us, you never know. We don't spend that much time in the RV when in town anyway. All utilities worked good and we had an older 50 amp site which they do charge 3-5.00 for. - acampingfan
Oct 2014 - $5.00
Pretty nice park; however, just a parking lot with pea gravel. Unfortunately while we were there the pool and hot tub was down for maintenance requiring them to turn of the power to the entire campground. The first day we got there the power was off the entire night due to a blow fuse that they couldn't locate. Following that the power was off two or three days in a row ranging from 1 - 4 hours for pool repairs. Other than that, what a great location, friendly staff and park. Very close to attractions. - AdamBryner
Oct 2014 - $5.00
If you're familiar with Thousand Trails, this park is typical. Friendly staff and that's where it ends. If you have a dog, it will be filthy because the parks grounds are filthy gravel. The dog park (where they insist your dog goes potty) is filthy gravel. If your dog is white, it will be black the first time out. Everywhere you look are signs that say "NO PETS" yet they claim to be pet friendly. The pool was not open, the exercise room was a joke as previously stated. Wi-Fi was typical Thousand Trails, slower than dial-up so prepare to use your Hot-Spot. Won't be back and would rather pay for a place where our Cavaliers don't need a bath daily. - Everglades Travelers
Sep 2013 - $1.00
This RV park closed in 2012 - albon
Jul 2012 - $15.00
High rating is for price and convenient walking access to downtown Las Vegas. Dogs are allowed with immediate access to city sidewalks for walking. The restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities are clean, well maintained, and only available 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Staff is very friendly, accommodating, and helpful. One area is partially walled, but overall think of it as a parking lot with full hook-ups dotted with a few palm trees. There is lively pedestrian traffic on the sidewalks (and infrequently traversing the campground), traffic noise, sirens, etc. 24-hours a day. I enjoy city-life and will definitely stay here again. - wJaw
May 2011 - $15.00
Right on Fremont Street 5 blocks south of casino area. This is a converted parking lot. Not a place for children. Restrooms and showers are clean, but only open from 8AM-6PM. This is a good place to sleep after spending the day (or night) doing what people come to Las Vegas to do. For the price it is a decent value. - thebarricademan