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Glitz and Glam with Las Vegas RV Rental

Along with casinos, hotels and shotgun weddings, Las Vegas is also a city of RVs. The spacious desert oasis is home to a number of RV parks, and there is even one right on the Strip at the Circus Circus Hotel. Rent a motorhome from Las Vegas for an exciting and fun-filled desert adventure.

Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas

The famous sign greeting visitors to Las Vegas declares the city fabulous - and it is. An oasis of glitz and glamour in the deserts of Nevada, there’s more to Vegas than the casinos, hotels and hedonism that meet the eye. The bright lights of the Strip are certainly impressive, but go beyond them and you will discover a softer, more human side.

The most striking aspect of Vegas are the eye-opening opportunities. There’s a multitude of interesting places to go and things to do, and the city never stops. From watching the fountains of the Bellagio or getting married at midnight in a delightfully tacky chapel, to browsing the excellent vintage shops or finding a local gem of a restaurant in a side street, you will always be entertained. That’s why a campervan is so perfect if you wish to extend your stay.

Who Needs Sleep?

Hotels are not hard to find - in fact, you can barely see for the number of them crowding the downtown area. They compete for customers with crazy themes and facilities, and almost all have in-house casinos. Take note: many hotels will not allow under 21s to reserve a room, due to on-site gambling.

There are a few B&B options in the suburbs, which are great for escaping the sights and sounds of downtown, and some youth hostels reasonably close to the action. Surprisingly, camping is a solid option and the city is home to a number of RV Parks. These range from quite cramped, to lovely with pools and spacious gardens, so do a bit of research.


If you are going to rent an RV in Las Vegas you will likely need to spend the first and last nights of your trip in a nearby RV Park. Here are some options in and around Las Vegas to cater to all budgets and tastes.

  • Desert Sand RV Park - 1940 North Boulder Highway, Henderson, NV

  • Sam's Town RV Park - 5225 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV

  • Las Vegas RV Resort - 3890 S Nellis Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

  • Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort - 2711 W Windmill Ln, Las Vegas, NV

  • Riviera Vegas Mobilhome Park - 2038 Palm St, Las Vegas, NV

  • Road Runner RV Park - 4711 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV

  • Lake Mead RV Village - 268 Lakeshore Rd, Boulder City, NV

Annual Happenings

You can pretty much see any genre of show, concert or exhibition your heart desires. Comedy, big-name musical acts, theatre and so much more… it’s all here.

For annual events, New Year’s Eve on the Strip is a huge attraction, with more than 300,000 attendees last year. But it is not all showbiz - a bit of mid-west cowboy culture hits town for the National Finals Rodeo, while NASCAR makes an appearance at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Techies will enjoy the International Consumer Electronics Show and the World Series of Poker now enjoys global TV coverage.

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Buffets are king of the dining scene, tying in to the city’s ‘more is more’ mentality. At the high-end, these cost up to around $30 for dinner and much less for a lunchtime spread. Themes are popular in Las Vegas and the buffets are no exception. A favourite is Le Village, featuring dishes from the French provinces. Head down some side streets for a quieter experience away from the tourists.

In both buffets and a-la-carte establishments, Las Vegas is becoming somewhat of a Mecca for foodies. Celebrity chefs and sommeliers abound and restaurants are not afraid to push the envelope. The fine dining options are virtually endless, but if that’s not your thing, throw caution to the wind and go for a “Quadruple Bypass” burger at the controversial Heart Attack Grill. It’s as bad for the arteries as it sounds – a welcome change from the RV stove perhaps?

City from Nothing

The growth of Las Vegas is almost inexplicable. Once a humble supply post on a trade route and later a Mormon settlement, the city has exploded in recent decades and continues to expand. Fate rescued Vegas from being a lonely desert outpost, and it has been making the most of this newfound lease on life for many years now.

The people are a multicultural melting pot, seeking opportunity, thrills and challenges. You either love Vegas or hate it, and those who love it work hard to make a life there. Behind the Strip and the buzzing downtown area the pace relaxes just a little, and the suburbs are full of down-to-earth residents. A rental car or motorhome is a great way to see the back streets and real character of the city.

Places to Go, Things to See

The list of things to do is endless. There is a museum or exhibition for almost any interest: the Aquarium at the Mirage, The BODIES exhibition at the Luxor, Erotic Heritage Museum, Flamingo Garden, Madame Tussauds, the Mob Museum, the Neon museum, a Titanic exhibit and plenty more.

Outdoor pursuits are often overlooked by visitors, but the desert landscapes are ripe for horseback riding and quad biking. The Red Rock Canyon out west is particularly beautiful with lots of hiking trails. Nearby Lake Mead and the Colorado River offer the opportunity for swimming, kayaking and generally cooling off in the Nevada heat. An RV rental in Las Vegas gives you the chance to see the best of Nevada’s natural attractions, if you are looking for more inspiration check out our 7 day Las Vegas RV roadtrip itinerary.

Many people also use Las Vegas as a base to attend the Burning Man Festival.  Sure, it's a little further away than San Francisco, but vehicle availability tends to be better, here are some top tips if you are intending to rent an RV for the Burning Man Festival.

Only in Las Vegas can you visit so many iconic monuments and buildings in one place. Granted they are replicas, but it is still an impressive collection. The Sahara Hotel and Casino has a Moroccan palace, while the New York skyline is recreated at the New York, New York Hotel along with a mini Statue of Liberty. The Luxor has a striking pyramid with a sphinx at its base and the Paris hotel is built beneath a fake Eiffel Tower, while the Venetian recreates the canals of Venice.

Las Vegas is a fantastic location to begin an RV rental road trip adventure. The proximity to so much of what nature has to offer can't be beaten. But obviously no vacation to Nevada is complete without visiting the Grand Canyon. This first itinerary is a quick, eight-day round trip, but as you are driving your very own home on wheels, feel free to add a few nights along the way to really make the most of your experience. We've created a sample itinerary for those looking to explore Vegas and its surrounds for a week long trip. 8 days is enough to get a feeling for the area, but we recommend 2 weeks or more to fully experience the region in your RV rental.


Eight-Day Round Trip Itinerary from Las Vegas

Day 1

Collect your Las Vegas RV rental from your chosen depot. As is often the case, the take over of your vehicle happens in the afternoon, which means that you don't want to travel too far on day one. A 115-mile journey to Kingman, via the Hoover Dam in Arizona, fits the bill. If you've collected your rental vehicle in the early afternoon, you may have time to stop-off at the Dam and enjoy the wonder of the Colorado River, as it creates power for the majority of three States. The old silver-mining town of Chloride is also along the way if you have some additional free time. 

Kingman is the heart of historic Route 66 and there is a fair bit to see and do in the area. If you haven't done so already, you may want to stock-up on food and supplies for the rest of your journey before turning in for the night. There are also plenty of RV Park options in Kingman, so try one of the following:

  • Kingman KOA Kampground - 3820 N. Rooseveldt, Kingman, AZ

  • Sunrise RV Park - 3131 McDonald, Kingman, AZ

  • Fort Beale RV Park - 300 Metcalfe Road, Kingman, AZ


Day 2

Pack up your RV and head West to Williams, Arizona. It is around 100 miles to Williams, which is a great base to explore the Grand Canyon. Also check out the scenic railway tour, as well as a drive-thru wildlife park. While you are there, go and meet the Flintsones at Bedrock City in Valle, AZ. Or get a taste of the real Wild West by watching a street-show shootout on Route 66. Once again, the town is geared up for those who love the great outdoors and there are plenty of RV parks for you to choose from:

  • Grand Canyon Railway Hotel and RV Park - 233 N. Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams, AZ

  • Grand Canyon KOA - 5333 Highway 64, Williams, AZ

  • Railside RV Ranch - 877 Rodeo Road, Williams, AZ


Day 3

It's time to view the Grand Canyon. Heck, this is probably the main reason you decided on this fantastic RV road trip in the first place. Check the camera batteries are charged and that you're well rested for this epic adventure. The drive from Williams Arizona to the Grand Canyon is only around 60 miles, so you have a good amount of free time to take in the sights along the way as you pass through Valle and Tusayan. Our tip is to make sure you're at the Canyon at sunrise and sunset for the best views. There's an absolute abundance of attractions and activities available while you're at the Grand Canyon - and the fact you are renting your own RV means you can access a wide range of locations to get the most out of your experience. At the South Rim (the most visited part of the Canyon), options range from Helicopter Tours to rafting and hiking trails. If you are flexible, this is where you can add your extra days. Likewise, if you have visited the Canyon before, you may want to head to the North Rim. It's over a four-hour drive, but with spectacular scenery along the way it is certainly not a chore. Once again, you have your home on wheels and therefore stopping off for a home-made lunch along the way is both inexpensive and satisfying. Or you can head west instead and experience the wonderful Grand Canyon Skywalk. However, vertigo sufferers may wish to sit in the cafe and watch from afar.

If you want to stay at Grand Canyon Village it's essential you book in advance, especially during peak season. The proximity to the Rim is a huge plus, but there is a lack of restaurants and evening entertainment. Although, if you are so inclined, a bottle of wine or a few beers and a pack of cards should be entertaining enough for many an RV'er. The closest RV site to the Canyon is Grand Canyon Camper Village in Tusayan, Arizona on Highway 64. The RV sites have either 50 or 30 amp full hook-ups or 30 amp water and electricity supply.

  • Grand Canyon Camper Village - 549 Camper Village Lane, Tusayan, AZ


Day 4

Once you've had your fill of the Grand Canyon and feel it's time to move on, pack-up your motorhome and head along I-40 to Flagstaff, AZ, before making your way South on I-17 towards Coconino National Forest. Sedona, AZ, has many attractions amongst the beautiful red rock formations. Hiking and biking are particularly popular activities with RV renters and campers alike. There is no better way to explore this fascinating part of the United States. There is a range of accommodation for RV renters in Sedona - we recommend Rancho Sedona RV Park in the heart of town. Accommodation options include:

  • Rancho Sedona RV Park - 135 Bear Wallow Ln, Sedona, AZ

  • Distant Drums RV Resort - 583 W Middle Verde Rd, Camp Verde, AZ

  • Oak Creek Mobilodge - 1156 State Route 179, Sedona, AZ


Day 5

We're off to Seligman today, looping between Coconino and Prescott National Forests. At about 130 miles, you can expect an approximate four-hour journey in your motorhome, with rest stops along the way. Maybe check out the museums of western art and Indian artifacts in Prescott to break the journey. When you arrive in Seligman - "The birthplace of Historic Route 66" - make sure to head to The Roadkill Cafe.  There is a bunch of Route 66 memorabilia at the Hitoric Route 66 General Store. Accommodation options are limited, but the KOA  (Kampgrounds of America) is a great option:

  • Seligman / Route 66 KOA - 801 E Highway 66, Seligman, AZ


Day 6

Travel back along Route 66 to Kingman, the total journey is 90 miles. We recommend stopping off at the Grand Canyon Caverns along the way. They are the largest dry caverns in the United States, 200 to 300 feet below the surface. The elevator takes you 21 storeys underground from where you have a choice of four different tours ranging in duration. Alternatively, take a trip to Supai Falls if you have a bit more time. There are various options, including helicopter transfers in one or both directions. If you liked your RV park in Kingman on your first night, why not go back there or perhaps try somewhere new?

  • Kingman KOA Kampground - 3820 N. Rooseveldt, Kingman, AZ

  • Sunrise RV Park - 3131 McDonald, Kingman, AZ

  • Fort Beale RV Park - 300 Metcalfe Road, Kingman, AZ


Day 7

It's time to head back to Las Vegas, Nevada and return your rented RV. Most RV Hires in Las Vegas need to be dropped off in the morning, so that either means an early start if you want to spend time at the Hoover Dam, or if you want to make the trip more leisurely, spend the night in Las Vegas and drop the vehicle back to the depot the following morning. All this obviously needs to be arranged ahead of time when you make your booking, so a bit of time planning your itinerary is useful. We recommend adding one extra night onto your trip and just enjoying the ride.  As well as the Hoover Dam, don't miss Lake Mead just before you get to Las Vegas. Around 550 miles of beautiful shoreline are waiting to greet you and it's the perfect place to wind down after your trip. Obviously as the major city, Las Vegas has numerous accommodation options for your final night in your RV, but here are a few:

  • Las Vegas RV Resort - 3890 S Nellis Blvd, Las Vegas, NV

  • Oasisis Las Vegas Resort - 2711 W Windmill Ln, Las Vegas, NV

  • Circus Circus RV Park - 500 Circus Circus Drive, Las Vegas, NV


Day 8

Make sure you clean down your motorhome and check to ensure you have all of your belongings before returning it to the depot. Most RV rental companies in Las Vegas operate shuttle transfers from their depots. Enjoy your journey home and, on the way, start planning your next trip!

From Here to There

Hotels on the Strip are mostly connected by bridges or tunnels, so getting around on foot is easy and pedestrians can avoid traffic and the hot sun. A monorail runs a short route along the Boulevard, and an extensive bus network services the city and Las Vegas valley. It costs $2 per adult for a standard single.

Driving can be frustrating due to traffic gridlock, but a rental motorhome or car is great for getting off the beaten track and exploring suburbs and natural attractions. Las Vegas is linked to other cities in the United States and internationally by Las Vegas McCarran Airport.

Desert Climate

The desert climate is hot and mostly dry, especially between the months of June and September. One-hundred degrees is a common sight on the thermometers. The winter forecast is milder, with snow on the mountains but very rarely in the valley. It doesn't rain often in Las Vegas - which is good really, as the show must go on.

Las Vegas RV Rental Brands

There are numerous choices for RV rental in Las Vegas. Motorhome Republic make it simple to compare 12 Las Vegas RV rental brands, with offerings from small campers to huge Class A RVs, and the largest range of rental companies - including Apollo, Road Bear, El Monte RV, Escape Rentals, Jucy Campervan Rentals, Cruise America and more. The only issue is deciding which option fits you best. The process is easy with Motorhome Republic. Just search, compare and book to get the cheapest rates for your motorhome hire in Las Vegas!


RV Road Trip Tips from Las Vegas

Here are a few pointers to make your RV rental experience more enjoyable:

  • Book well in advance to make sure you get the vehicle you want - and think about any useful extras. For example, a GPS is very handy, no matter where you're travelling.

  • Driving in Las Vegas is relatively easy - just don’t get distracted by bright lights when cruising down the Strip!

  • Driving in the desert can get swelteringly hot. Make sure you always have enough water to drink and also keep the engine hydrated.

  • Plan your itinerary well. You have an RV as your home on wheels which allows you a certain amount of freedom, but you also need to prepare an idea of what you will see and how much time is required to see it. Check out our Las Vegas RV Rental Road Trip itinerary on the Road Trip tab to your right.

  • As with most locations across the USA, pick-up times for all RV Hires are generally in the afternoon and drop-off occurs in the morning. This means that it's worthwhile adding a day onto each end of your trip. But hey, you're in Las Vegas, so we're sure you can find lots of things to do for entertainment!


RV rental depots in Las Vegas


Escape and Wild Campers

Escape Rentals and Wild Campers is located at 3347, S. Highland Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89109.  They stock three models of van conversions that cater to the budget-conscious traveler. Their vehicles are all painted with funky murals from some renowned local graffiti artists. The brief is to add a tasteful dash of colour, but they certainly stay away from being offensive. Escape Camper Rentals include 100 miles free per day, while Wild Campers have no free mileage included in the rates, which obviously makes shorter journeys a cheaper campervan option in Las Vegas. Escape do not offer free transfers, however the branch location is only a short walk (or taxi ride if the heat is oppressive) from the famous Las Vegas Strip. A taxi ride from the airport to the depot should cost between $15 and $20. Pick-up for your Escape Camper Rental is between 11am and 4pm and vehicles must be returned by 10am.


Jucy Campers

Jucy Campers offer converted Chrysler Town & Country vehicles and cater to the backpacker-type market or those wanting to travel on a budget. The vehicles are not self-contained and therefore have no toilet or shower, so you will need to stay in RV parks or campsites for the duration of your stay. These vehicles are certainly easier to drive than some of the bigger RVs and are an ideal entry-level vehicle for those looking to get a cheap RV rental in Las Vegas. The Jucy depot in Las Vegas is at 5895 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV. Transfers are not included in the rates, so expect around a $30 cab ride from the airport or $45 from downtown Las Vegas. Vehicles must be picked up between 1pm and 3pm and drop-off is between 9am and 11am.


El Monte RV

El Monte RV offer a range of sizes from 22ft Class C to 32ft Class A vehicles. With such a wide range of motorhomes, we should have something to suit all group sizes. The El Monte RV and Compass RV branch is about seven miles from McCarran International Airport and 15 miles from the strip at 3800 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, Nevada. El Monte RV suggest that all international and long-distance travellers spend the first night after arrival at a hotel and pick-up their El Monte RV rental the following day. Shuttle transfers are provided from select Las Vegas Airport hotels and the shuttle has designated pick-up times between 10am and 2pm. If you wish to make your own way to the Las Vegas branch you may do so, but remember that takeover time of vehicles is between 1pm to 4pm based on their readiness.  Rental vehicle drop-off is between 8am and 11am.


Apollo RV Rental and Star RV

Apollo RV operate a range of late model RVs in varying sizes, from van conversions to Class A vehicles. They also run a premium brand - Star RV is a fleet of new model vehicles. They all contain shower and toilet facilities and most also have a generator. Compare Apollo RV rental rates here and save on your next road trip. The Apollo depot is in the suburb of Whitney, nine miles from the city and around seven miles from the airport. Transfers are not included in Apollo RV rental rates but a taxi fare from the city is approximately $45, and from the airport around $30. The branch is at 5837 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV and you can pick-up your RV hire between midday to 4pm, Monday to Friday, and 9am to 11am on Saturday. The branch is closed on Sundays. Vehicle drop-off is between 9am and 11am, Monday to Saturday.


Road Bear RV Rentals

Road Bear RV have a range of brand new vehicles for rent in Las Vegas, all equipped with a selection of modern conveniences. The Las Vegas depot for Road Bear and Star Drive RV is at 4730 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV and is around 10 miles from Las Vegas - McCarran International Airport and around 15 miles from the strip. Transfers are included in your Road Bear RV rental rates which you should take into account as it can save you money and make it a cheaper option for your RV hire. Pick-up is between midday and 4pm, Monday to Friday, and return is between 8am and 10.30am. The branch is open for reduced hours on Saturdays - 8am to 1pm. Free transfers are provided from airport area hotels only, not the airport terminals. They must be arranged by 10am at the latest on the day of pick-up, preferably though you will arrange your transfers up to 72 hours prior to arrival. Return transfers are provided to designated area hotels or you may also be dropped off at the airport terminals in Las Vegas if you prefer.

Plan Your Trip

Everything You'll Need For Your Vegas RV Rental Experience

If you are looking to experience the Burning Man Festival, the Grand Canyon or to explore the famous Route 66, hiring a motorhome from Las Vegas is a great idea. With it's central location in Nevada, Las Vegas is a great RV rental hub and Motorhome Republic make it easy to compare the cheapest RV hire options available. If you are looking for inspiration for your Nevada road trip, these articles are just the ticket. Research the different options on offer and learn more about what Vegas and its surrounds has to share when you take off in your Las Vegas RV Rental from Motorhome Republic.

Despite what those travel Instagram accounts would have you believe, there’s more to making an awesome trip happen than just buying your tickets. However, there are plenty of resources out there to help you make it look as though your Las Vegas vacation took no planning at all. Take a look at all the pages and information you need below to plan your itinerary and activities in Sin City, and perhaps check out an event or two while you’re in town. Plus, hit the On The Road tab on the right for detailed information on local rest areas, campsites and dumpstations for all Las Vegas RV rentals.

 

As soon as you pick up your RV rental, Las Vegas will be yours to explore. 

Itineraries

 

Want to take a trip of a lifetime to Las Vegas but not sure how to go about it? RV rentals in Las Vegas could be the way to go, as this thriving city is the perfect place to visit on a road trip through the states. There are a number of ways you can go about it, so check out the itineraries below for some travel inspiration.


Salt Lake City to San Francisco

Starting in Utah’s Salt Lake City, take a drive down to Las Vegas, across to Los Angeles and up to San Francisco. For a first-time US road tripper, this route can be an ideal introduction to the very best the states have to offer, with stopovers in the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, the infamous Las Vegas and Hollywood along the way, all before arriving in California’s artsy and awesome San Fran. 
 

San Francisco to San Diego

Have you ever heard that the scenic route is the best route - or perhaps that the long way round is infinitely more interesting? It’s true. You can prove it yourself by driving a motorhome from San Francisco all the way to San Diego, passing through California, Nevada and Arizona along the way and visiting many of their best attractions as you go.
 

Route 66

America’s Main Street - Route 66 - has been one of the classic road trips across the US for decades. Even though the original road has largely been replaced with new highways, countless people drive its length from Chicago to Los Angeles (or vice versa) every year. And one of the undeniable highlights of this trip? Vegas, baby. 
 

Salt Lake City to Burning Man

For those headed to the Burning Man festival, Salt Lake City is the most common spot for hiring an RV. Grab your campervan from Utah’s capital city and make this 10-hour once-in-a-lifetime road trip across to Burning Man for an incredible, unforgettable festival. 

 

Events

 

Las Vegas is the king of events, with a never-ending line-up of performances, festivals, special days and more. Regardless of the time of year you visit, you’ll have no troubles finding an event or two to liven up your stay, or you could easily centre your stay around one of the major Nevada events such as Burning Man. An RV rental in Las Vegas will help you get around the non-stop excitement in this city, and give you the freedom to head off in any direction when you find that perfect event for you. 

Burning Man

held each year around late August or early September, is an event unto itself. There’s nothing and nowhere else in the world that’s like this massive temporary city that surfaces as a circle each year with tens of thousands of revellers sharing in the love, music and legend that is Burning Man. Everyone provides their own food and drinks, everyone shares, and monetary transactions are not part of the deal. An RV hire from Las Vegas is a great way to get there and stay there for the week. Refer to these guides for all the information you'll need on the once in a lifetime festival:
 


Las Vegas Shows

Vegas shows are held throughout the year, and are easily some of the best performances on the planet. The world’s most talented artists and performers hold the stage in Las Vegas, from the unbelievable gravity-defying Cirque du Soleil to the heart-poundingly good Blue Man Group. You’ve even got the opportunity to discover Celine Dion and Absinthe (the group!) at Caesars Palace, and performer Terry Fator at the Mirage. 
 

Clark County Fair & Rodeo

This event is held in Logandale, Nevada, just an hour from Las Vegas every year in April. The event is all about good old-fashioned American fun, with live music, dance performances, livestock, carnival rides and loads of tasty food. One of the main attractions is the variety of rodeo events, making this a proper western festival. 
 

Helldorado Days

A May extravaganza of entertainment and mayhem, is Las Vegas’ longest running civic event. Come to see the famous Whiskerino (facial hair content), the professional rodeo, the carnival, art show and more. And the best part? The entire festival, held in downtown Las Vegas, is for a good cause - all the profits go directly to charities helping veterans and local kids. 
 

Nevada Day

This day celebrates the anniversary of when this state became a state back on October 31, 1864. It’s celebrated on the closest weekend to the 31st every year, with beard contests, fun runs, treasure hunts, block parties, and the all-important Nevada Day Parade as the pinnacle of the event. Grab a motorhome rental in Las Vegas to head up to Carson City for this spectacular event. 
 

The Monster Jam World Finals

These are held at the Sam Boyd Stadium throughout the third week of March every year. This is your chance to watch monster trucks as they race, crash, and generally create highly entertaining mayhem in the world’s biggest championship monster truck event. 

 

Activities

 

You’ll be like a kid in a candy store when it comes to activities in Las Vegas. Fill up your days and your itinerary with as many of these epic activities as possible and you’ll walk away from this dynamic city wondering what hit you. You’ve got sight-seeing trips, titillating shows, educational tours, and unique adventures just to name a few. A Las Vegas RV rental is the best way to get around them all in comfort and style without having to deal with public transport!

The Hoover Dam

The Hoover Dam is less than an hour from Vegas, and is one of those places that you won’t really comprehend until you get there. This thing is huge. In fact, back when it was built in the 1930s, it was the biggest concrete structure of its time. The dam controls flooding and irrigation, and creates hydroelectric power, but mostly, it’s simply an incredible sight! This piece features the Hoover Dam as a great destination for Motorhome Holiday History Buffs.
 

Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon in Arizona is what’s known as a ‘slot canyon’, which means that it is quite narrow and was formed by water rushing through it to create pathways. This attraction is one of the most surreal natural places you will ever see, as the high ochre-coloured walls create spectacular displays of colour and shapes as the sunlight filters down from above. Pick up a Las Vegas RV rental for this 5-hour trip for some of the best memories - and photos - of your travels. We've featured this attraction on our blog in the past - take a look here: 7 of the Most Instagram Worthy Travel Destinations


The Strip

There are few places in the world that are as geographically small as the Las Vegas Strip, but carry such a huge reputation. Its real name is Las Vegas Boulevard South, and it’s absolutely covered with attractions and entertainment. The Bellagio Fountains are famous for their regular shows, the Colosseum at Caesars Palace is known for its world-class theatre performances, and the whole road is dotted with casinos and grand hotels. This is the main Vegas attraction and one not to be missed on a night out in town. 
 

Shooting Ranges

Have you ever wanted to feel the power of an automatic gun? For many visitors, this opportunity is something you would never find at home, and it’s one that Las Vegas offers in droves. There are multiple shooting ranges in the city, with all the machine guns, automatic rifles, and .50 calibre weapons you could ask for. There is normally ample parking for your RV rental outside these joints.
 

Sightseeing Tours

Like any major city, Las Vegas offers a slew of sightseeing tours that will give you a full experience of the attractions and history in the area. Many of them focus on the city itself, so you can take a bus ride through town, a limo ride along the strip or even fly over it all in a helicopter. The Grand Canyon is another big drawcard, and tour operators offer bus and helicopter rides out to this world-famous location. Other tours include ghost hunts, Vegas mob history trips, Hoover Dam excursions, and much more. 
 

Nature & Wildlife Tours 

Get ready to get out of the central strip and out into nature, because Vegas even offers nature and wildlife tours. Take a trip to the Desert National Wildlife Refuge, go horseback riding just off the strip, jump on a scooter or push bike for tours of the area’s best attractions, or take a hike along the Chuckawalla Trail and discover an old ghost town. 
 

Other Activities

But wait - there’s more. Proving that the fun times in Sin City really never end, there are still more adventures to be had. Take a look at another 11 Top Attractions in Las Vegas for hot air balloon rides, hiking, mountain biking, motorsport racing, ziplining and ATV tours that’ll knock your socks off.

 

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If you’re planning to start your RV rental vacation in Las Vegas, you’ve probably already looked into all the attractions that the entertainment capital of the world has in store for you (if not, the Plan Your Trip tab above is stacked with helpful tips about that kind of thing), but knowing all the practical info that makes for a hassle free RV road trip in the Las Vegas area is another matter. In order to help you enjoy the best kind of US RV Rental holiday possible, we’ve put together a collection of essential information for those hitting the road in a motorhome rental from Las Vegas. Where you could stay along the way, places to dump your waste, and spots to pull over to rest and maybe grab a bite to eat are just a few of the points covered below. So to make sure that when you rent an RV in Las Vegas, your vacation goes as smoothly as possible, simply read on.


 

RV Campsites We Recommend

Staying in Las Vegas can be a pricey affair, but fortunately staying in an RV can allow you to enjoy a comfortable visit at very reasonable prices. Whether you’re planning to stick around Las Vegas for a while or strike out to discover the many attractions nearby, staying at RV campsites is undoubtedly the smart way to travel.

Las Vegas

Hitchin’ Post RV Park & Motel: Set on the northeastern side of town on N Las Vegas Boulevard, Hitchin’ Post prides itself on amenities like free cable TV and wireless internet, a golf practice facility, a dog wash and a heated saltwater swimming pool. Daily rates start at $29.70 per night. If you're looking for an RV campground and place to wind down, Hitchin' Post is your best call of action. The abundance of amenities and well looked after facilities on offer, as well as affordable accommodation rates, make this one of our top picks when travelling in the Vegas area.

Address: 3640 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89115, United States
Website: hprvp.com
 
Riviera RV Park: Located on the east side of Las Vegas, Riveria RV Park is only a few minutes away from the world famous Las Vegas Strip. Small pets are welcome, free internet is available and daily rates are $26.61 per day.

Address: 2200 Palm St, Las Vegas, NV 89104, United States 
Website: rivierarvpark.com
 
Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort: Located just south of the Las Vegas Strip, Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort boasts a tropical ‘Casablanca’ theme, with a restaurant, 18-hole putting course,  24/7 check-in, and two lagoon style swimming pools among the highlights for visitors. Daily rates start from $40, but can vary according to the type of site for your RV rental.

Address: 2711 W Windmill Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89123, USA
Website: oasislasvegasrvresort.com
 
Road Runner RV Park: Road Runner RV Park can be found just minutes to the east of the Las Vegas Strip and offers a quiet, peaceful place to take a break from the shining, jangling extravagance of Las Vegas. The park features a pool, jacuzzi and a reading room, and has standard daily rates from $22 per day to park your Las Vegas motorhome rental.

Address: 4711 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV 89121, USA
Website: roadrunnerrvpark.com
 
Las Vegas RV Resort: Located a little to the east of the Las Vegas Strip, the Las Vegas RV Resort offers vacationers a place to relax in comfort while still staying handy to the city’s biggest attractions. A pet area, free WiFi, a fitness center and picnic tables at every site are just a few of the features on offer, daily rates start from $29 per day for you and your Las Vegas RV rental.

Address: 3890 S Nellis Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89121, USA
Website: lasvegasrvresort.com
 

Elsewhere in Nevada

Wine Ridge RV Resort: Set a little over an hour’s drive to the west of Las Vegas in the town of Pahrump, Wine Ridge RV Resort offers one of the most beautiful RV park settings in the entire region. As the name suggests, visitors won’t have to go far in their Las Vegas motorhome hire to discover scenic vineyards and the acclaimed Pahrump Valley Winery. Daily rates for an RV site start from $32.

Address:  Wine Ridge RV Resort & Cottages, 3800 Winery Road, Pahrump, NV 89048
Website: wineridgervresort.com
 
Cree’s Mobile Home Park: Located on the doorstep of both Lake Mohave, and Mojave National Preserve in historical Searchlight, Cree’s Mobile Home Park is perfect for those seeking water activities on the lake or who wish to discover the stark beauty of the Mojave desert in a Las Vegas campervan hire. Daily rates are $25 per night.

Address: 701 State Highway 164 (Nipton Road), Searchlight, NV
Website: creesdesertpark.com
 
Nevada Treasure RV Resort: Families visiting Pahrump, Nevada will find a lot to love at Nevada Treasure RV Resort, with a bowling center, putting green, and two level swimming pool among the many amenities. Their beautiful lots start from $40 per night at daily rates.

Address: 301 Leslie, Pahrump, NV 89060, United States
Website: nevadatreasurervresort.com
 
Callville RV Park & Campground: Callville RV Park allows you to park up well away from the Las Vegas urban centre and enjoy the lakeside delights of Callville Bay on Lake Mead. Full hook-up sites are available for $20 per night.

Address: 100 Callville Bay Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89120, USA
Website: callvillebay.com
 
Lakeside Casino & RV Park: Having earned a 10-10-10 star rating from the Good Sam RV Club, the Lakeside RV Resort is one of the loveliest RV parks in the country. Amenities include kayaks and pedal boats as well as the more standard swimming pool and free WiFi - not to mention the 24/7 casino and bar. Daily rates start from $21.79 to park up your RV rental Las Vegas.

Address: 5870 Homestead Rd, Pahrump, NV 89048, USA
Website: lakesidecasinopahrump.com
 
Lake Mead RV Village: Set on the banks of the beautiful Lake Mead, this is not one park but two. Echo Bay Park is ideal for boaters and fishermen - a free on site launch ramp and large RV sites with room for boats characterise Echo Bay. Boulder Beach is conveniently placed in close proximity to a number of top attractions - Boulder City, Hoover Dam and Las Vegas itself are all within easy reach.

Address: Lake Mead National Recreation Area, 268 Lakeshore Rd, Boulder City, NV 89005, USA
Website: lakemeadrvvillage.com
 
Saddle West RV Resort: Cable TV, a pool, hot tub and 24 hour security all feature at Pahrump’s Saddle West RV Resort. Boasting no hidden fees and with a daily rate starting at $25, there’s no doubt you’ll be able to get a great deal.

Address: 1220 NV-160, Pahrump, NV 89048, USA
Website: saddlewest.com
 
Keystone RV Park: Las Vegas hogs more than its share of attention in Nevada, but Reno is just as exciting a destination, though for very different reasons. Keen skiers will probably already have heard about the massively popular ski fields surrounding the city, and it also serves as a fantastic launching point for exploring places like Lake Tahoe, Virginia City Carson City. Keystone RV Park puts you in the perfect spot to experience all this and more on your Las Vegas motorhome hire roadtrip.

Address: 1455 W 4th St, Reno, NV 89503, USA
Website: keystonervpark.com
 
New Frontier RV Park: Located in the town of Winnemucca, New Frontier RV Park is nestled at the foot of gently rising hills and provides an excellent base for exploring northern Nevada. Daily rates based on two people are just $19 a night.

Address: 4360 Rim Rock Rd, Winnemucca, NV 89445, USA
Website: newfrontierrvpark.com
 
Cottonwood Cove RV Park: Visitors to Cottonwood Cove RV Park will park up within sight of the gorgeous Lake Mohave, and enjoy easy access to many of Cottonwood Cove Resort’s amenities, such as the marina, convenience store and cafe. Daily rates during Summer/Fall start from $39 per night - Winter/Spring is a few dollars cheaper.

Address: 10000 Cottonwood Cove Rd, Searchlight, NV 89046, United States
Website: cottonwoodcoveresort.com
 
Boulder Oaks RV Resort: Staying at Boulder Oaks RV Resort will place you about halfway between the bright lights of Las Vegas and the massive magnificence of the Hoover Dam. Although you’ll probably spend most of your time exploring the nearby attractions, when you return to the resort you can enjoy free WiFi, a heated pool, a clubhouse and a dry sauna among other amenities on your Las Vegas motorhome rental stopover.

Address: 1010 Industrial Rd, Boulder City, NV 89005, United States
Website: boulderoaksrvresort.com

 

RV Dump Stations

It’s not the most glamorous feature of an RV vacation, but there’s no question that being able to get rid of your RV waste in a timely manner is essential. Many RV parks will have their own dump stations, but if you’re not able to avail yourself of this for any reason there are still plenty of places where you can safely empty your grey and black water tanks. Be aware that there may be fees associated with using these waste disposal stations. Below are a few vehicle dump stations in and around Nevada’s most popular destinations. 

 

Las Vegas

 
155 West Imperial Avenue: Right in the heart of Las Vegas in the Arts District, this is perfect for those who are based in the city centre.
 
6580 Spencer Street: Directly south of the airport, this could be a handy spot for those returning their Las Vegas RV rental to McCarran International Airport.
 
1477 E Helm Avenue: Just a one block south of the Spencer Street station, this is another good option for those emptying out before turning in their RV rental.
 
6165 South Decatur Boulevard: Two blocks west of McCarran International Airport, near The Orleans Hotel & Casino, this station is ideal for those heading back to the airport from Pahrump or western Las Vegas.
 
10490 Bermuda Road: Located a few miles south of Paradise and McCarran International Airport, you may find this location a little less busy than those closer to the city center.
 
4500 E Tropicana Avenue: Set a few miles east of the Las Vegas Strip, on the same street as the Pinball Hall of Fame, this station is perfectly situated for those staying in eastern Las Vegas.
 
2021 Civic Center Drive: Located in the center of North Las Vegas, this dump station is still only a few blocks away from Downtown.
 
2939 N Van Der Meer Street: Conveniently situated just off N Las Vegas Boulevard, this station is works well for those staying the northern suburbs of Las Vegas.
 
6595 North Hollywood Boulevard: This station can be found at the far northeastern corner of Las Vegas, near the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. 
 
6101 N Decatur Boulevard: Those staying at the northern end of the city or returning their Las Vegas RV rental to the North Las Vegas Airport may find this station handy.
 
8490 Farm Road: Located at the northeastern corner of Las Vegas, this waste station is just off Highway 95 and could work well for people returning to Las Vegas after a trip up north to somewhere like Reno or Carson City.
 

Henderson

80 N Stephanie Street: Just off I-215, this could be a convenient option for those who’ve spent most of their stay in Henderson or even further east, but are returning to Las Vegas to finish up their trip.
 
631 East Lake Mead Parkway: Set a little northeast of the Henderson centre, those who are spending most of their time in Henderson may find this the most convenient station to use.
 

Boulder City

1217 Nevada Highway: Set on the left hand side of the highway as you’re heading back into Las Vegas, this is a good option for those staying in Boulder City but dropping off their RV rental at McCarran International Airport.
 
1008 Nevada Highway: This station is also directly off the Highway 93, and is handy to an Albertsons, so if you need to stock up on groceries before you leave Boulder City, this could be the choice for you.

 

Rest Areas

When you’re spending most of your vacation on the road, making sure you stay well rested and alert at the wheel is very important. Quite aside from the safety aspect, taking breaks every now and again will make any RV road trip far more enjoyable. Fortunately, there are plenty of rest areas in Nevada where you can pull off the highway, park up your RV for a while and enjoy a meal, a short nap or simply rest your eyes for a bit. Take a look below to discover some of the places you can rest up in this state.

 

Nevada Interstate Highways

Mesquite Rest Area (I-15 exit 122)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone
  • Handicap access
  • WiFi

Wendover Rest Area (I-80 exit 410)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Handicap access
  • WiFi

Wadsworth Rest Area (I-80 exit 42)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone
  • Handicap access
  • WiFi
  • Dump station

Button Point Rest Area (I-80 exit 187)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone
  • Handicap access
  • Dump station

Valmy Rest Area (I-80 exit 216)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone
  • Handicap access
  • Dump station

Beowawe Rest Area Westbound (I-80 exit 258)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access
  • Dump station

Beowawe Rest Area Eastbound (I-80 exit 258)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access
  • Dump station

Trinity Rest Area (I-80 exit 83)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access

Pequop Rest Area (I-80 exit 373)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access


Nevada State Highways

Thousand Springs Rest Area (NV-140)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access

Leonard Creek Rest Area (NV-140)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access
  • Dump station

Wilson Canyon Rest Area (NV-208)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone

Garden Valley Rest Area (NV-278)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone
  • Handicap Access

Valley of the Moon Rest Area (NV-305)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone
  • Handicap access

Sunnyside Rest Area (NV-318)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone
  • Handicap access

Crystal Springs Rest Area (NV-375/NV-318) 
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables

Big Smoky Rest Area (NV-376)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter
  • Water
  • Picnic tables

Mt Rose Rest Area (NV-431)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access


Nevada US Highways

Blue Jay Rest Area (US-6)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic table

Saulsbury Wash Rest Area (US-6)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables

Eureka Rest Area (US-50)
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables

Bean Flat Rest Area (US-50)
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables

Boulder City Rest Area (US-93)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Phone
  • Handicap access
  • WiFi

Schellbourne Rest Area (US-93)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables

Salmon Falls Creek Rest Area (US-93)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access

Pony Springs Rest Area (US-93)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter
  • Picnic tables

Pahranagat Rest Area (US-93)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic Tables

Millers Rest Area (US-95)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access
  • Dump station

Armagosa Valley Rest Area (US-95)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access

Hawthorne (US-95)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access

Log Cabin Rest Area (US-95)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access

Luning Rest Area (US-95)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Water
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access

Orovada Rest Area (US-95)
  • Restrooms
  • Litter disposal
  • Picnic tables
  • Handicap access

Mountain House Rest Area (US-395)
  • Picnic tables



Gas Stations

A significant portion of every RV hire road trip budget will end up going toward fuel, but there are ways to reduce the portion of your budget that is spent on fuel. One key to fuel savings is planning your trip so that you’re never in desperate need of fuel. This will lower your stress levels for a start, but it also means you can be strategic about where you fill up. Generally speaking, fuel prices are higher in smaller towns, while the competition that exists in larger centers tends to drive the price down. Fuel prices are always fluctuating, so listing prices in the Nevada area would be pointless, but there are a few different sites which can help you keep your finger on the pulse of fuel prices wherever you’re travelling to. One of the easiest to use is GasBuddy.com - just enter your location and the type of fuel you’re needing, and you’ll discover a number of gas stations with the lowest prices in the area. There’s even an app so you can keep track of prices on the go. Most RVs will take petrol, but always be sure to double check with your supplier what kind of fuel your RV needs, as filling it with the wrong type of fuel can have disastrous consequences.

 

One important thing to remember when hire an RV rental is that, unless explicitly stated otherwise, you’ll be expected to return your RV with a full tank of gas. Returning RV rentals to the Las Vegas McCarran International Airport shouldn’t prove an issue in this regard as there are several gas stations very close to the airport. Another consideration for those striking out on epic RV road trips is taking care to fill up when you can. RV rental vacationers starting from Las Vegas have all kinds of options for amazing long haul trips, but some of these will take you far from civilization - and far from gas stations - so be sure to check you have enough fuel before heading deep into the desert.


 

Supermarkets

One of the great things about traveling in a motorhome hire is the fact that many models have a number of kitchen facilities, allowing you to save a small fortune by preparing your own delicious meals along the way. Of course, all the ingredients have to come from somewhere, so knowing where the nearest supermarket is can be valuable information on an RV rental holiday. If you’re wanting to stock up on supplies right after you drive out of McCarran Airport, there are a couple of options right nearby for you to choose from. Whole Foods Market on Las Vegas Boulevard offers plenty of choice for those who are willing to pay a little more for top quality food with plenty of organic, vegan and gluten-free options. If you’d rather not bother with fancy foods and just need to get some groceries at a decent price, a few blocks to the east of the airport on W Tropicana Ave you can find an Albertsons. A little to the north, 99 Ranch Market on Spring Mountain Road has plenty of fresh produce and asian specialty foods - perfect if you’re planning to cook up a few stir frys or other delicious ethnic dishes over the course of your road trip.

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