RV Park Campsites Near Las Vegas, Nevada

RV Park Campsites Near Las Vegas, Nevada
Las Vegas is known for its casinos and restaurants, but many natural attractions showcasing the desert environment are a short drive away. The nearby state parks offer hiking and biking trails while Lake Mead and the Colorado River are within a few hours for boating, rafting, kayaking, fishing and swimming.
 

Lake Mead RV Village

The Lake Mead RV Village is within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, just over 30 miles from Las Vegas. The area offers swimming, fishing, hiking, camping, biking and kayaking. There is a $5 charge per vehicle to enter the area, as of December 2009. The park has 115 RV sites with full service hookups, including cable TV. Group camp areas and tent sites are also available. Guests can purchase toiletries, food and propane at the on-site convenience store. The laundry facilities are open 24 hours. Other amenities include a bocce ball court, horseshoe pits and four picnic areas with barbecue grills. A maximum of two pets per site are allowed.

Lake Mead RV Village
268 Lakeshore Road
Boulder City, NV 89005
(702) 293-2540
lakemeadrvvillage.com/

 
 

Desert Skies RV Resort

Mesquite is a small town about 80 miles northeast of Las Vegas. Nearby attractions include Bryce Canyon and Dixie National Forest in Cedar City, Utah, less than two hours away. The Desert Skies RV Resort offers manufactured homes for sale as well as daily, weekly and monthly RV site rentals. Each site is 46 feet long with an 11-foot-by-40-foot concrete patio and full service hookups, including cable TV. Other amenities include a billiards room with four tables, heated swimming pool, computer room, shuffleboard courts, horseshoe pits and laundry facilities. The area also has hiking and biking paths.

Desert Skies RV Resort
350 E. Highway 91
Mesquite, NV 89024
(928) 347-6000
desertskiesresorts.com/

Valley of Fire State Park

The Valley of Fire State Park is 55 miles outside Las Vegas. The area was visited by the Anasazi Pueblo people until 1150 A.D. and petroglyphs or rock art can still be seen at several locations within the park. Limited RV sites are available with water and power hookups. Amenities include shaded picnic tables, charcoal grills and showers. Pets are welcome at no additional charge but must be kept on a leash at all times. There are hiking trails, but visitors are informed that plants, animals, rocks and artifacts within the Valley of Fire are protected by state law and must not be removed from the park.

Valley of Fire State Park
P.O. Box 515
Overton, NV 89040
(702) 397-2088
parks.nv.gov/vf.htm

 

Article Written By Kittie McCoy

Kittie McCoy has been a freelance writer since 2008. She is also a part-time personal trainer and licensed entertainer in Las Vegas. She enjoys sharing her love of physical fitness and experience in the entertainment industry via her writing.