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Las Vegas RV Rentals

Las Vegas, which is known as the “Gambling and Entertainment Capital of the World,” is a place like no other. The city is considered a big playground for those who are looking for surprising highlights and things to discover. Make the most of your vacation by exploring the must-see places in Las Vegas with an RV. VroomVroomVroom can help you find affordable motorhome rentals at the Sin City as we compare deals from major US brands.

Location Overview

Las Vegas is an ideal destination for tourists looking to experience the glitz and glamour of the Strip or head out on an adventure by white-water rafting, flying as a Top Gun pilot or exploring the Grand Canyon via helicopter. While your RV is parked securely at one of the surrounding campgrounds, take a tour of Lake Mead and Hoover Dam, or experience the lovely nightlife of Las Vegas. The city is a great starting point to explore the beautiful highways of Nevada.

Some of our favorite things to do year-round in Las Vegas are:

Summer (June, July, August): Hitting the road for a summer vacation with the family? Visit Madame Tussauds Las Vegas at The Venetian. This iconic wax museum displays fascinating replicas of world-famous celebrities in the field of film, television, and music. Just an hour away from the Sin City, drive through the Valley of Fire State Park. Grab your camera and be amazed by the size and color of the red rock formations. For many outdoor enthusiasts, a visit to Death Valley is the highlight of a trip to Vegas.

Fall (September, October, November): Join thousands of craft beer and music enthusiasts at the annual Downtown Brew Festival. Produced by Motleys Brews, the event features more than 65 attending breweries, 200 craft beers, culinary artists and live music acts. If you want to get in the Halloween spirit, don’t miss out on some gently spooky fun at the Springs Preserve Haunted Harvest event, pick pumpkins at Gilcrease Orchard, or get inspired by the Las Vegas Burlesque Festival.

Winter (December, January, February): Every winter season, the Cosmopolitan Hotel on The Strip turns their pool into The Ice Rink allowing people of all ages to skate. Head to Lee Canyon in your RV rental for plenty of winter fun activities, including skiing and snowboarding. The drive takes about an hour outside of Las Vegas via US-95 N and NV-156 S.

Spring (March, April, May): Cherry trees are in full bloom at the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. This beautiful attraction will make you see nature in a whole new light. The Gold Strike Hot Springs is one of the best-kept secrets in Las Vegas. Only a 40-minute drive from the city, the springs provide a unique experience for those who can handle the four-mile hike. \

Year-Round: Check out some of the most iconic landmarks in the city, including the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada” sign, The Park, The Neon Museum, Downtown Container Park, and Flamingo Wildlife Habitat. If you're up for a 3-hour road trip, drive from Las Vegas to Zion National Park which is Utah's first national park. For more breathtaking scenery, take the scenic route from Zion to Mt. Carmel.

Recommended RV Parks and Campgrounds in Las Vegas

Circus Circus RV Park (formerly Las Vegas / Circus Circus KOA) is the perfect place to stay and camp on the Las Vegas Strip. The RV Park is located within walking distance of The Strip as well as Circus Circus. It has 170 big-rig sites with full hookups, featuring 60-80 foot pull-thrus with grass, patios, and outdoor furniture. It also features “The Adventuredome," an indoor theme park.

Riviera RV Park offers full hookups and is located in Las Vegas, NV near the Las Vegas Strip. Stay at the Riviera on Palm Street and enjoy the heated spa, internet access, laundry, showers, and swimming pools. Small pets get an invite if they pass muster by management, so they get in on the Vegas fun too.

Hitchin' Post RV Park & Motel provides full RV hook-ups and unique amenities, including a putting green and a canine bath. Practice your golf swing, hang out at the Hitchin' Post clubhouse, and kick back and relax in your RV rental after a day of leisure.

Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall - RV Park puts the convenience in park-and-ride vacationing with multiple RV rental park stations and the option of bowling and dancing in Nevada's second-biggest casino. NASCAR, World Cup PBR, and National Finals Rodeo event packages are available and Sam's Town offers motorhome rental lot reservations that you can book throughout the year.

Featured Attractions in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Hotel & Casino is filled with attractions and magical diversions. Have a scream at "The Roller Coaster, New York, New York". Push fun to the extreme when you sample the Casino's Coney Island Emporium, the arcade, and more than 200 games of skill and chance.

Fremont Downtown Experience is an entertainment staple that's well-known among seasoned travelers. The one-of-a-kind pedestrian mall in downtown Las Vegas offers engaging fun, eye-catching media, and a live performance that includes laser light animation for kids of all ages. Watch the region's biggest LED display, hear 550K-watt concert sound, and have fun gambling if you wish!

Siegfried & Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat at Las Vegas Boulevard features wildlife on a tropical tour like no other. Founded by the famous magician duo Siegfried & Roy, The Secret Garden is host to leopards, panthers, royal white tigers, and white lions. The Dolphin Habitat is home to a family of charismatic Atlantic bottle-nose dolphins. Lose yourself in the beauty of nature and be one of the special elite who can boast a connection with the creatures of the sea after becoming "Trainer for a Day."

FAQs About Renting an RV in Las Vegas

How old do you have to be to rent an RV in Las Vegas?

You must be 21 years old or over. However, in some states, the minimum age is 25. Ask your RV provider to be sure.

Do I need a special license to drive an RV in Las Vegas?

No. A valid and unexpired driver's license at the time of rental is all you need. An International Driving Permit (IDP) is required if your license is not written in English.

Do campsites in Las Vegas require reservations?

Las Vegas has plenty of campgrounds where no reservation is required. However, if you know where you are going in advance, it is recommended to call ahead.

Where can I camp for free in Las Vegas?

There are many amazing campgrounds near Las Vegas including Mount Charleston which is less than an hour drive from the city.