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Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.
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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.
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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Located in Southern Nevada, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area was established in 1967, making it one of the oldest National Conservation Area in the state. Located in the Mojave Desert, the area derives its name from the huge jaw-dropping red sandstones that dot its landscape. Las Vegas and Henderson are the nearest towns. With over two million visitors a year, this is one of the most popular natural sites in Nevada. Keystone, also known as Thrust Wilson Cliffs and the 13-mile scenic drive, is the prime attraction in this 195,000-acre conservation area.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is not just a great place to enjoy the views, but it is also a recreational paradise for the great outdoor lovers. The conservation area is especially popular with hikers, horseback riders, bikers, and rock climbers. This urban park is also perfect for wildlife watchers, geologists, birders, and picnickers. Rent an RV in Clark County and enjoy this amazing recreation facility.
When you are interested in exploring the outstanding beauty of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area on foot, there are 25 designated trails for hiking. Being a desert environment, it is advisable to pack plenty of drinking water and sunscreen in your camper rental. If you are traveling with kids, consider hiking the Lost Canyon Children’s Discovery Trail. Depending on your hiking ability and interest, there are many trails to choose from, including the Keystone Thrust Trail, Ice Box Canyon Trail, Turtlehead Peak Trail, Calico Tank Trail, and White Rock-Willow Spring Loop Trail. If you are keen enough, you might spot some bighorn sheep, desert tortoises, wild roses, and ground squirrels along the trails.
The Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is one of the United States' outstanding rock climbing locales. With so many Aztec sandstone rock formations scattered throughout the park, both beginners and experts will find a rock climbing route that suits their ability.
If biking is your favorite activity, pack your mountain bike in your camper rental. Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area has great biking trails. When you want to appreciate the scenery, you will no doubt love biking along the 13-mile scenic drive that waves through the park. This is an excellent trail to see the area’s canyons, flora, and fauna. State Route 159 is another popular biking trail.
When you are looking forward to camping in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, there is one campground where you can park your motorhome rental. Red Rock Canyon Campground has 70 sites.
For RV campers, there is a designated RV loop with space for six RVs. Each campsite is equipped with a picnic table, a fire ring and a grill. This is a rustic campground offering vault toilets, potable water, and a grill.
When you rent an RV in Las Vegas, don’t forget to visit the nearby museums, theme parks, zoos, and golf courses. Load up the rental RV, and take the kids to Adventuredome Theme Park in Winchester, Nevada. Located just 18 miles away from Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, this theme park has activities for kids of all ages. Covering five acres, the indoor museum offers over 15 rides. Other fun activities include arcade games, bumper cars, golf courses, and a rock-climbing wall.
If you'd like to learn more about marine life, consider driving your RV rental to SeaQuest Las Vegas. This is a fun interactive aquarium where visitors can touch and feed the animals. SeaQuest is home to stingrays, sea otters, sharks, starfish, lorikeets, lizards, capybara, and iguana. Should you have extra time while in Las Vegas, you can see more animals, such as Chilean flamingos, turtles, and pelicans, at Flamingo Wildlife Habitat.
Discovery Children’s Museum is by far one of the best hands-on museums to visit in the area with your motorhome rental. Previously known as Lied Discovery Children Museum, this museum is located in downtown Las Vegas. There are plenty of interactive activities for kids of all ages. Upon entering the museum, a huge climbing structure greets you. Depending on your child’s interests, there is a wide variety of exhibits, including Toddler Town, Eco City exhibit, Water World, The Summit, Fantasy Festival, Young at Art, and Traveling Exhibit. The Mob Museum is a perfect spot for those interested in the history of organized crimes in the United States. This museum is housed in a renovated old courthouse. Some of the museum’s major highlights include the original brick wall from the St Valentine’s Day massacre, electric chairs, tummy guns, and Al Capone’s pistol.