2017 Forest River Wildwood Heritage Glen "Doc Brown"
2017 Forest River Wildwood Heritage Glen "Doc Brown"
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Let it ride on your next vacation to Las Vegas. RV camping is an excellent way to experience this entertainment hub. Casinos are still the city's main draw, though gourmet food, art, and live shows are just as prevalent. For adventures and fun, the sky is the limit (and sometimes just the beginning) in this fantastic city.
Hit The Strip and peruse the fancy underground shops of Caesar’s Palace, take in a world-class show, or strap in for a terrifying thrill ride 800 feet above all the action. Expand the spectacular skyline views with a hot air balloon or helicopter tour of the city. Flip the focus to Fremont Street to experience a little Vegas nostalgia, with historic casinos, shows galore, and a few museums highlighting the city’s epic past. Game it up at the slots, enjoy beverages and live music at one of Downtown Vegas’ many venues, or duck into The Mob Museum for some insight into organized crime.
Las Vegas is a glittering oasis amidst a seemingly lifeless lunar-like landscape, though, it is far from the only attraction that draws the crowds. Because much of Nevada is a desert, renting an RV in Las Vegas is essential if you want to get around in comfort and cover sufficient ground. And you don’t have to worry about finding a spot to set up. There are lots of places to stay with RV rentals in Las Vegas.
Lake Mead, Great Basin National Park, Red Rock Canyon, and Valley of Fire State Park are just a few of Nevada's standout outdoor destinations. Endless vistas, ochre-colored rocks, secret coves, mesmerizing caves, forest trails, star-studded skies, and lake cruises await Las Vegas campers straying from the glitz and glamor of The Strip.
The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area may be on the fringes of the Mojave Desert, but it brims with 600 species of plant and wildlife uniquely adapted to the environment. There are over two dozen signposted hikes and trails here, plus a 13-mile, one-way scenic drive. You can find petroglyphs, too, but there are plenty more to see in the Valley of Fire, named for its 40,000 acres of bright red sandstone, where petroglyphs dating back more than 2,000 years can be found.
Surprisingly, amidst these parched lands, oases of water-based activities abound. Lake Mead is a perfect side trip for swimming, kayaking, boating, and fishing, especially if you're on the way to the Grand Canyon. The Hoover Dam, which formed Lake Mead, straddles the Nevada-Arizona border.
If you want to go vertical, the 11,000-foot Charleston Peak beckons not only with hiking trails but also ski areas. (After all, “nevada” in Spanish means “covered in snow.”) And if stargazing is what you're after, the Great Basin National Park has numerous comfortable spots under one of the darkest night skies in the United States.
With an RV rental in Las Vegas, NV, you can make the most of your visit. And when it comes time to park it, you’ll have options. There are RV campsites in Las Vegas and many more throughout the state, far from the city’s bright lights.
If you prefer to be a heartbeat away from the Las Vegas Strip, the Red Rock Canyon, the Hoover Dam, and Lake Mead, consider a stay at the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort. It’s linked to downtown Las Vegas by RTC buses. This Vegas RV park is pet-friendly, with full-hookup sites. Guests can play mini-golf, soak in a hot tub, and buy groceries on-site.
Do a little gaming right outside your RV door when you camp at Las Vegas KOA at Sam’s Town. Just a few miles east of The Strip, this place provides a full-service experience, with pull-through RV campsites and full hookups. Swimming pools, hot tubs, and restrooms are just a few of the facilities to take advantage of while RV camping here. Guests also have access to the neighboring Sam’s Town casino for some Vegas-style fun.
Stay within steps of all the action when you camp at one of the RV campsites on The Strip. The RV Park at Circus Circus features full hookups, a swimming pool, and laundry facilities. Dozens of dining, gaming, and entertainment options are within easy walking distance of this Vegas RV park.
Put some miles on that Vegas RV rental and head to Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area, perhaps the best equipped state-owned RV campground in Nevada. The campground has hookups for water, electricity, and sewer. Because the sites are near the banks of the Colorado River, RV campers have access to two miles of sandy shoreline and clear, cool water year-round, ideal for swimming, fishing, and boating. Big Bend also makes an ideal spot for a night or two to explore the Mojave Desert about 80 miles to the west.
There's a gas station right on Needles Highway where the Big Bend of the Colorado is located. On the other hand, you’ll have to cross the border to Bullhead, Arizona, a few miles south, to get to the closest retail stores.
The Strip is to Las Vegas what the yellow brick road is to Emerald City; follow it, and you won't get lost. And contrary to popular belief, this posh section of Las Vegas Boulevard doesn’t just lead to the craps table or the slot machines; it has forged its own path into history. The Las Vegas Strip itself has been designated an All-American Road in its own right. And if neon lights are your jam, it’s also a four-mile scenic route at night.
More and more families book camper rentals in Las Vegas to enjoy the city’s many child-friendly entertainment options. The Natural History Museum, the Mandalay Bay Shark Reef Aquarium, the Streetmosphere at the Venetian, Madame Tussauds, the Ethel M Chocolate Factory, the Fremont Street Experience, tons of circus shows, and the garden maze, treehouse, and sprinklers at the Children’s Park in the town square are just a few of the attractions that'll keep kids occupied.
Entertainment options abound in Las Vegas. But you don't have to part ways with your dollars to find suitable amusement. For art lovers, there's the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the CityCenter with its public artworks, and the "Shards of Color" installation within Crystals.
For retail therapy, there are plenty of places to say goodbye to your cash, but if you want to sample flavors and shop for wares in one open-air space, the Grand Bazaar Shops across the street from the Bellagio is well worth a look. The 1,000-strong Fountains of Bellagio deserves more than just a passing glance. And you don’t even have to feel guilty looking at jets of water making a spectacle of themselves. Most of the water used by the Las Vegas Strip is returned to Lake Mead, where a variety of water-based adventures awaits.
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