18 Parks near Las Vegas, Nevada
Nov 2014 - $28.00
This is a nice city park located about 5 miles from the strip and is on Boulder Highway in Las Vegas, not Boulder City. The park has several pull-through sites with excellent hook-ups. WiFi and cable included in the price as is 50 amp service.
Located close to the strip on a Casino property is very nice. All sites are paved and the access roads are wide. No picnic tables available. - nmunozjr
Jul 2014 - $32.00
It was July so we had our choice of spots which the security guard on bicycle was patient with the time we took to choose (we arrived after hours). Guard also returned after we were settled with pool/rest room/shower key cards and, we also observed him cycling around the property throughout the evening. Concrete sites; nearly level; Wi-Fi worked well - a rarity these days - perhaps due to the low occupancy rate? 50 amp power nice and steady, especially with 2 A/C units on full blast. Did not explore the pool/spa area as we were meeting family for a late dinner and simply crashed to bed after that. Enough cable channels to keep you busy, although all we are usually interested in is the local weather for our next day of driving. Did not use the casino, showers, rest rooms so cannot comment on them. We were required to check out in the office and the gal there started to go through the entire rigmarole (pet rules, pool location, quiet hours, etc.) and wouldn't be interrupted. When she finally finished, I reminded her that we were simply checking out to which she replied that everyone gets the same information run down. Hmmmmm! It was a great location for us - near the family residence; would use it for an overnight or more if we somehow become casino lizards. - pyrthkr
Apr 2014 - $35.00
Large spaces are small as we could not even open our awnings and could barely park our RV and truck. The pull-thru we got was impossible to pull out of as there was a light pole in the way coupled with a very narrow street. Park lighting is way too bright and you must block your windows at night. The park does not match the brochure we received. - full-timer2
Las Vegas, Nevada (map) | (800) 444-2472
Sites: 170 | Latest Rate: $31.00 | 110 Reviews
Apr 2016 - $31.00
This was our second trip to Vegas and will always stay at this Circus Circus RV park in the future (Full disclosure: In an effort to compare "apples to apples" I will rate this park in comparison to our previous visit where we stayed at another casino for $18/night)
We extended our visit by a day because of the location, amenities and convenience) the $32 daily rate increases to about $40 from Fri-Sun.
This RV park is on site at the Circus Circus Hotel (highly recommended if you have children traveling with you as they have a huge indoor circus carnival area with pay to rides).
PERKS: Location: you are on the strip and walking distance to all the other large hotels, casinos and eateries. The park has a convenience store, well furnished large TV/reading room, game room with air hockey etc, dog park, free dog wash, WiFi, 24 hour roving bike security.
DRAWBACKS: The management informed that the laundry room will be upgraded soon. Currently there were approx 10 washers and only 3 worked. $2 per wash, and of the 12 dryers only 3 worked, $1.75 a load. The hotel does not have a alternate wash facility available so be prepared to plan your laundry trip during their open hours between 10:30 and 5pm.
Shower faucets need improvement, they are the older pull out then turn type but found myself spinning the wobbly knob endlessly before I switched shower stalls and figured it out.
Overall I highly recommend this park for anyone that is looking to enjoy their trip to Vegas. If you simply want somewhere to park your rig, then go ahead and try one of those $18 night places at your own risk. - C1775
Feb 2016 - $50.00
This is the closest RV Park to the strip and yes it is a parking lot, although many of the sites have small rock dividers and we even had a tree. My major issue, however, was the lack of security. There are no gates and we rarely saw security at night, but we did see lots of pedestrian traffic that looked suspicious. I kept our doors locked every night and we made sure nothing of value was left outside. We spent 9 days here which cost $494 and although I think it is fine for a couple day stay (especially during the week) I wouldn't recommend staying here for a longer period of time. - Lee and Trace
Oct 2015 - $50.00
Best location in Vegas. Sadly no more than parking lot.
The power is good here, easy in / easy out being close to the Interstate is a plus (no noise)
The Casino sadly is getting a little long in the tooth. The park; however is kept clean and tidy and you see an occasional security patrol. - Tucsonbenz
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
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
Mar 2016 - $34.00
Our 2nd stay here, chosen for location & security. It is noisy, with the jets flying over, but we knew this before we chose it. Their WiFi is much improved over last year. Staff is friendly & helpful, park is clean. Sites are very closely spaced and are open and sunny. The site surface is gravel. We had a picnic table at our site. - Collard
Mar 2016 - $33.00
Entire park is dirt and small gravel. Sites are adequate length and width, but not much more. Mine had a medium sized tree in it that prevented me from putting out my awning and made exiting the site difficult. Utilities worked fine, including cable TV, and connections are located in the center of the site. Apparently this park was originally all 30 amp electric, but later 50 amp service was added to the post. However, it is the weirdest 50 amp connection I've ever encountered. It is at the bottom of the post at ground level - nearly impossible to connect. WIFI worked most of the time, but weak or dropped at times. Animals are not supposed to be left unattended, but management doesn't enforce. Rate is for weekly stay. - ramblin' vagabonds
Feb 2016 - $36.00
Aside from barking dogs, the park itself is very quiet, however we heard sirens on a daily basis (Being in Vegas, I guess it's to be expected), and the planes from Nellis Airforce base. It's actually quite thrilling though to see those planes fly overhead.
The wifi is so-so, but if you book for a month, you can stay at one of the sites up against the back wall, and plug into the internet which is great.
The heated salt water pool is nice.
The staff is friendly and helpful. - Rudy and Dan
Apr 2016 - $18.00
If you are looking for a great rate in Las Vegas, this is the park. It is primarily a trailer park with an RV park in the front nearest Boulder Highway. The permanents range from extended stay people there for work who are in nice, newer, well kept trailers to the very opposite end of the spectrum. Some sites and trailers appeared to be in total disrepair and very unsightly. When we arrived the office person told us they inspected every rig older than 2002. I dare say some of the rigs in this park were 30 years or older and extremely junky. We kept all bay doors locked and left nothing outside. Check in was thorough as the manager went to make sure we would fit in the assigned space. He then led us in personally. The park allowed us to have American Mobile Lube service our coach while parked. A bargain at the price, but will probably not return here again. We really did not feel safe. - Eureka12
Mar 2016 - $11.00
Rate reflects monthly. 30/50 amp, no wifi. Men's room was very old but clean, two out of four showers were boarded up, rec room empty except for some books & seating. Pool closes in winter, close to I-515. - nana&papashepp
Sep 2015 - $18.00
Weekly rate was $79 + tax and electric. Daily was 18.00 plus tax. Laundry was CHEAP and clean. We felt safe. It was not classy or exciting but was convenient for what we wanted to do. - BorntoCruise
Las Vegas, Nevada (map) | (702) 454-8055
Sites: 287 | Latest Rate: $22.00 | 193 Reviews
Apr 2016 - $22.00
This campground is next to a casino and is really nothing more than a converted parking lot for patrons. Like the inexpensive motel rooms in Vegas, everything is designed to motivate you to get out and gamble. The back-in sites were so short, the car had to be unhooked, presumably to encourage you to get in the car and head for the casinos. TV was minimal, internet was non-existent so you had nothing else to do but go out and gamble. You didn't even have a picnic table so you were encouraged to go out and eat. Where else? The casino of course. So, if you want a place to park while you gamble, this park is ideal. - Bart1979
Mar 2016 - $41.00
We stayed at Sam's town with our 10 year old granddaughter and our dog. Dog park is well maintained. Pool and spa area is kept very clean and is user friendly. Staff is very friendly. Grounds are well kept. Comfortable walking distance to the casino and an easy commute to downtown Las Vegas. The showers could use updating, but they were clean. Would definitely stay here again. - Dennis Desmond
Mar 2016 - $38.00
We stayed at LV KOA for 4 nights. Facility is Very clean. Office staff was very friendly and helpful. Sites are a little close together. Gravel base and fairly level. Sam's Town buffet is a good deal. Be sure to get a free Bconnected card for the meal discounts.
The park is in a good location for getting around town. - gnlandrus
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
Apr 2016 - $29.00
Standard sites are 100% Asphalt, Paved. very close to neighbors
deluxe have some gravel, maybe a tree, Upgrade to deluxe if staying more than one night!
They require that you use the dog park EVERY time the dog needs to go. Very inconvenient. Front office staff are very nice, good value, just not dog friendly in my opinion. - Don Howard
Mar 2016 - $24.00
This park was located conveniently off major roads and ~7 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. The park is well-maintained and the service and people are wonderful. We had a pull-through site that was somewhat tight and fairly close to neighbors. The site was concrete for the rig and stones for your patio. The Tengo Internet was somewhat sketchy but usable most of the time. It would have been nice if the park had cable TV offered, but alas it did not. Be aware the waste dump is way in the back of the site and took 3 hoses for us to get it there. First time I had to use that many hoses ever. The field staff was kind enough to trim the trees enough to allow my awnings to go out fully. That was greatly appreciated. The park is quiet, however being in the city, you did hear sirens at all hours. Las Vegas has a homeless/vagrant problem so it was comforting to have a guard at the gate 24 hours/day. We stayed here a month and enjoyed it thoroughly. - DIXIEDUALLY2013
Mar 2016 - $32.00
We were staying at Sam's Town and had to move. They suggested LV RV Resort. We called and made reservations. We informed the gentleman that it would 2 adults, 1 child, and 1 small dog. We arrived on the 18th and then on the 19th we received not only one call, but three calls. The call were about our granddaughter. All guest must be 18 and older. We were not told this when we made the reservations. When we received the first call we informed them that our granddaughter was flying home on the 20th, the next day. They still called back two more times. We were told she could not leave our site and could not use the pool. Luckily we called Sam's Town and they let us bring her over Saturday afternoon to swim. Also I am not certain about their security because the people next to us had two bikes stolen during the night a couple of weeks ago. Will not stay there again. - Dennis Desmond
Apr 2016 - $75.00
We have stayed at this facility many times. Over the years the foliage has grown in nicely and it's become an even nicer park. The addition of Pickleball is a nice touch as well.
Excellent resort style restrooms at all remote pools.
Excellent resort style swimming pools throughout the resort. - Tucsonbenz
Oct 2015 - $72.00
Without question the best RV Resort/park in the Las Vegas area. Tons of sites, lots of swimming pools, even a decent restaurant at the entrance to the facility.
Excellent power, good WiFi, decent amount of room between sites. Apparently well managed.
Our rig is 45 foot long. - Tucsonbenz
Aug 2015 - $61.00
This is a very nice RV Resort, but from the last time we where here 2 years ago it has gone a little down hill. The sites are large and very private, with the hooks up in the perfect place. We did not notice any airport noise as others have noted. We where only there one night and for an extend stay it would be ideal, it is the best park in LV. It is only for motorhomes. Because we where just overnighters we had a plan site but it was still very nice. - sjones
Apr 2016 - $19.00
We stayed here with our motor home and race trailer after a big event out at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The spot is tight but everything fit. The price is excellent and downtown is 2 blocks away. It's close to the freeway and if you're a light sleeper it might bother you but I slept like a log every night. I have not one complaint other than the casinos stealing my spending money. Would totally stay here again. - Soda Campers
Apr 2016 - $19.00
This park is good for its location only. It is located under the freeway near the Main Street Casino in downtown. They make you park and walk the two blocks to the casino to check in. Basic very narrow spaces in a paved parking lot. Good location in that you can walk to downtown and Freemont street. - JimSC
Mar 2016 - $18.00
This park is a flat, level asphalt parking lot with painted lines designating spots. Was charged $17.00 for a pull through plus $1.00 for the dog. Spots are tight. The motor home next to me put his slide less than 6 inches from my trailer. Price is right for 1-2 nights. AT&T phone service work very poorly in park. Could only get three, poor, digital, over air TV channels. No WI-FI or cable. Dog walk is small, sand filled, dirt enclose under the freeway. Lots of traffic noise and Sirens due to Las Vegas Fire and Rescue Headquarters behind RV park. Based on the price, one or two nights are fine. - travelcouple
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
Apr 2016 - $50.00
Deserves resort status. Pull-through level sites. Two wonderful pools & spa. Restaurant & workout room. - russ1102
Apr 2016 - $55.00
Pros - nice pool, fair wifi, ok cable. Cons- narrow roads, noise noise noise. Airport, ATVs, golf carts, dogs, loud neighbors with even louder kids. Road noise non stop. Resort, well maybe, no escort to site. Very hard to turn. Feel for the large motorhomes. Time share woman always following you around. Close to the strip yes. pages with rules, but not enforced, my neighbor has fencing, toys, bins all over the place and not a word said. - kimble
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Nice park with paved sites and paved roads. Sites are not real big but big enough. The pool area is wonderful with an adult and kids pool. There is also a hot tub. The main building has a good store and a restaurant. Fitness room is small. Although it is a busy park is was very quiet. Airport is nearby so the planes take off overhead. It is about a 10 minute drive to the strip and they don't have any shuttle service.
There is a guard as you drive in which is nice and makes if feel safe.
Have stayed here twice and will do it again on our next trip that direction. - Pedalpeaks
Jan 2016 - $8.00
Typical of a BLM campground. This is mostly a tenter's campground, with a lot of hikers staying here because of the many excellent hiking trails in the canyon. It has some spots big enough for motorhomes and 5th wheels, but the biggest problem is the lack of a dump station and any water fill stations. There is water available, but you are not allowed to attach hoses to outlets, so you need to come in with full fresh water tanks and empty grey and black tanks. Sites are gravel, but with varying levelness and size. Toilets are not flush and no showers are available, which I suspect might be a problem with hikers in hot weather! All in all, this is a good place for a day or two, but not a long stay because of the lack of water and a dump station. Also, almost no Verizon service in campground or elsewhere in park. - judy_online
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
Oct 2015 - $27.00
When we first came to this RV Park, I thought it was very creepy. But, after staying at this park a few times, it grows on you. They do have long-term residents that stay at the park. The management staff is always nice whenever we come in contact with her. Also, their WiFi is unbelievably fast!!! Waaay better than the internet I used to have in my home. So, that's a plus there. This RV Park is not for everyone so don't expect expect the "red carpet treatment". - Oie de Etudiant
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
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
Mar 2016 - $1.00
We stayed here twice, in January 2016 and then again in March of 2016, because we received a free one year membership to the Thousand Trails organization. Sometime in between January and March 2016 a storm blew down a tree on the Thousand trails clubhouse/pool/spa. As a result, the clubhouse/pool/spa are closed at least for six months, according to staff. That also means no free wifi in the park. The spaces are extremely tight and this park is always crowded. Oddly, we still enjoyed ourselves. - Don Geidel
Dec 2015 - $15.00
This seems to be the trend for many Thousand Trails parks, semi run down, often in a rougher neighborhood and many people that live in the park. There is a pool and spa which would be nice in the summer and a small store which had very little. Spots are very tight, like 2-3 feet between slide outs of the neighboring rig. I will stay here again if in Vegas because I belong to TT and it is affordable. The people and staff I talked to were very pleasant on the upside. - Tony T
Oct 2015 - $3.00
Since we are Thousand Trails members, we stay at this park continuously. (Two weeks in, one week out). There are at times where the bathrooms smell awful, like raw sewage, the washers/dryers are out of order and the bathrooms are out of order. Their Wi-Fi is not very good unless you are parked close by the clubhouse. But, overall it's ok for the membership price and the $3.00 per night stay. We stayed at the Thousand Trails in a travel trailer. - Oie de Etudiant
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