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I have stayed at Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort in the past and intend to be there again for a night or so early next month.  It is a very large park that can fit any size rig and it is at the south end of the strip if that matters to you.  I will say it is not exactly a budget type park.  There are other places around Las Vegas, but this is the only one I have stayed in and am familiar with personally.  I would recommend it if you don't mind resort type parks.

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I have only stayed at the Main Street Casino RV Park and I have enjoyed my stays. I chose it originally because of location and cost. You can walk to Old Vegas easily, and the breakfast buffet at Main Street is pretty decent and cheap. It is nothing more than a parking lot but it has been safe during the times I've been there

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We attempted to stay at the Thousand Trails in Vegas.....not a good experience!  If you don't mind driving to the strip, we suggest the Clark County Shooting Complex.  We ended up staying at the Las Vegas RV Resort and found it nice but rather expensive.  You can see our Clark County Shooting Complex video here.

 

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On 2/18/2019 at 10:34 AM, ewacowboy said:

We attempted to stay at the Thousand Trails in Vegas.....not a good experience!  If you don't mind driving to the strip, we suggest the Clark County Shooting Complex.  We ended up staying at the Las Vegas RV Resort and found it nice but rather expensive.  You can see our Clark County Shooting Complex video here.

 

If you do not mind me asking, what went so bad?  If you prefer to PM me instead of posting it up on the open forum works.

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LOL!!  Not at all.....we called the park to make sure we would fit since we'd heard that it was tight.  I told the ranger station what we were driving and she said "oh, we've got one of those in here right now....no problem.  If we can't get all your vehicles in one site we'll have you park the truck in overflow."  So, we made reservations.  When we arrived the girl at the ranger station said she'd take me around on her golf cart to see a couple of open sites and the manager showed up and promptly told us we wouldn't fit and overflow was not an option.  He suggested we park the HDT "off-site".  I wasn't about to park the truck on the Boulder Hwy unattended.  If you've ever been to TT Vegas - it is tight....so we ended up making a U-turn inside the gate and left!

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If you travel to the Boulder Hwy by Sam's Town, there are several RV parks.  I stayed at the Sam's Town KOA for a little over six months.  Plenty of room for a rig like yours.  Safe and secure in my opinion.  Easy access to the Strip if interested.  Straight shot down Flamingo.  Of course, the Clark County Shooting Range is closer the Road Kill BBQ (a triple D restaurant.

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5 hours ago, Aggie79-82a said:

the Road Kill BBQ (a triple D restaurant.

We put the Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives reviewed on our list of places to visit and we were never disappointed. Except for the one in, I  think, North Carolina where BBQ sauce is mustard based instead of tomato based--such a shock! 😮

Linda

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