24 Parks near Nellis AFB, Nevada
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
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
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
Jun 2016 - $62.00
Price was for a one night pull thru for our 63' rig so we would not have to unhook. Unfortunately the most expensive sites are in a section that looks like a cement/gravel parking lot. This made the 111 degree temp feel even hotter. If you are just passing thru there are probably cheaper options to fit the bill. I can see if you were going here as a destination and got into the area with some grass then enjoying all the amenities would be fun. The reception and pool areas were beautiful. Lots of rules for dog owners and if you break them are subject to a $25 fine and or eviction. They park is very secure. Easy on/off 15 and good interior roads are also a plus. - barbielab
May 2016 - $51.00
This truly is a RV resort and is evident from the moment you drive through the gates and are screened by a security officer who directs you to the check in office. This office resembles a high end hotel were the staff are polite and have you check in information waiting for you to speed up the process. Our site was a level concrete pad with a patio. The distance between the site was generous for this type of resort with over 700 sites. The resort is extremely well kept and clean. Wifi was very good and cable had sufficient number of the popular channels. There is some road noise but that has to be expected as you are only 4 miles from The Stripe. We stayed here in a fifth wheel. - Irish2
May 2016 - $46.00
Rate is based on the weekly rate plus extra for our pet. This is a nice, clean park about 4-mi south of 'The Strip' right off I-15 at Windmill Drive. It's a big park with many different sections...some with grass, most without. The RV pad at our site was concrete with a gravel 'patio' and a steel picnic table. The sites are very close together, so much so that our awning was just a few inches from a Tiffin MH one night. Noise wise we were right next to I-15 and the flight path for McCarran airport. I'm a pilot and love airplanes so that was entertainment for me and after 30-years doing the RV thing the highway noise just didn't bother me. What would've bothered me is being parked next to the ever-changing electronic billboard..at night. The main building where you check-in is typical Vegas...lots of glass and very opulent. The staff upfront is a crapshoot in terms of friendly. The guy that checked us in either couldn't hear, didn't know the answers or chose to ignore many of our questions. The park has 24-hr security both at the entry gate and on golf cart patrol. I encountered many during my walks over the course of a week and only one returned my smile and 'Good Morning'. The fellow in the convenience store was very outgoing and helpful. Sites are level with good water pressure. WiFi mostly worked OK. Didn't use the cable as we have satellite. Satellite users will have a good view of the sky. There are several small laundries on site...5-washers/dryers per site. They're clean but there are not enough to service the entire park. This is probably why they're open 24/7. Pets are permitted in all but one section of the park but don't let your dog pee or poop on any of the grass or you'll face a fine and/or eviction. There are many dog runs in the park. All in all we'd likely come back to this park if we ever decided to stay in Vegas. - rk911
Jul 2016 - $70.00
This is truly a "resort". It is a park where each spot is owned by individuals who build them out to their specifics; some are basic and others have such things as beautiful patios and outdoor kitchens. The sites generally have a lot of privacy due to high hedges. There are 5 pools and hot tubs, wonderful fitness center and the security is top notch! Beautiful place to walk around the Park and see what each owner has done. Neighbors are very friendly and only immaculate motor coaches in park. - Scooterd16
Jun 2016 - $58.00
Price is for the least expensive site option plus their Summer Special discount (must request discount at time of booking). We opted for a plain site with no improvements. However some sites have various improvements such as outdoor kitchens and entertaining areas and can be very, very nice. There are a few different pricing options (see website). The online photos do a good job of depicting the park and the sites. It's beautiful. The staff is friendly, competent and professional. Someone guided us to our site and helped us back in. The folks working at the entrance guard gate always have a wave, a genuine smile and something kind to say. The amenities can't be beat with three pools and a gym and so much more. Even the park wifi system worked well. The only question to consider is value for the money. It's expensive. If you have a nice coach (and there are some VERY nice coaches here!) and room in your budget, you will surely enjoy staying here. Verizon cell, Sprint Mifi and DirecTV all worked perfectly. - GottaGoNow
Jun 2016 - $75.00
We have stayed here navy times, but because we were here for the "heat wave" we decided to pick and choose our site. You see, some sites face West (awful in the summer), some South (not good either), some are shaded :), and we wanted something we and our dogs could live with. So, we drove around, asked in the office, and got a site for 3 weeks with grass, private pond, lots of shade, and everyone was happy. The folks in the office are very pleasant, as is everyone who works here. I would not hesitate to give this place a 10, and will always stay here when in Vegas. - EssexBob
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
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
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This a Vegas resort. Opulent pool area and nice grounds. Our site was level and very nice. There is a security officer at the gate 24/7. Would stay here again. - SD75mac
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Easy overnight stay. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Our site just barely fit us and the turn in and out was a bit tricky. Pool was wonderful. Dog parks are not that great. The park says no "depositing" anywhere except the dog park. Not sure how to get them to the park daily but.... - Lastrick
May 2016 - $29.00
This is a big Park, but not crowded over this Memorial Day weekend. Nice facilities, felt very secure, convenient location just a couple of blocks off the Interstate. Site was long enough for our 45 ft motorhome plus the car. Good hookups, satellite worked. Definitely would stay here again. A great value, with nice amenities like pool and hot tub. - MerBee
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
May 2016 - $50.00
The words to sum up this park is overpriced and tight. There was a storm in February and as a result there is no WiFi or cable and the pool is closed. The sites are some of the smallest you will encounter for width. The hook ups are at the back of the gravel sites. The park is close to all amenities. - Irish2
Apr 2016 - $19.00
Let's face it, Las Vegas isn't the best destination for RVer's. The congestion and traffic make it difficult to get around unless you stay well away from the action. On first impression, this campground was just a paved parking lot with hook-ups, well-used and dingy. Right downtown just under the I-515 Interstate. Somewhat noisy with emergency vehicles based nearby. But for the price and convenience, quite a good deal. Making reservations is dicey at best, we were promised a pull-thru 60 feet long by the phone staff, got a back-in 25 ft. Be prepared to fight for a good space as the phone reservation service staff knows little about the different types of RV's, and has trouble understanding our specific needs. Dealing with the front desk of the hotel will get you a better slot. Dog run just dirt, but usable unless your pooch requires foliage of any kind. Will stay here again just for the location. - JAYFLIGHTRV
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