Top 10 Campgrounds & RV Parks in Nevada

Located in the west of the United States, Nevada (also known as the “Silver State”) is famous for its sprawling desert landscape and photogenic natural areas such as the Valley of Fire State Park and Cathedral Gorge State Park. It’s also home to the casino capital of the world, Las Vegas, popular for its never-ending entertainment, elaborately themed hotels, and luxury resorts. Other renowned attractions that tourists enjoy visiting in Nevada include Hoover Dam, Lake Tahoe, The Valley of Fire, and the state’s numerous ghost towns.

Of the dozens of amazing RV parks in the state, we’ve narrowed it down to the top ten RV Parks and campgrounds in Nevada. The following campgrounds are in no particular order, as you’ll find that they all have their unique perks!

1. Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

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This incredibly popular RV resort is based in Las Vegas, so you’re never too far from the state’s action-packed (and world-famous) strip! The facility has constantly received high ratings from associations such as Good Sam every year, so there’s no wonder why guests keep returning! Apart from being in proximity to the region’s most well-known casinos, the resort is also just a stone’s throw from attractions such as Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Hoover Dam, and the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens at Bellagio.

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $47/none/$725
  • # of RV Sites: 700
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: Both
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Discounts: Group

Why you’ll love Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

As well as its extremely convenient location, the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort also provides five-star amenities to help guests feel relaxed and at home. You’ll love the beachfront family pool and 18-hole putting course, as well as the 24-hour security and on-site restaurant. Plus, the resort is handily close to some of the best RV dealerships in Nevada if you’re a local camper.

What people are saying about Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

“Excellent. Truly a resort-style campground. Two pools: one for ADULTS and one for the kids – love that amenity! On site restaurant with good food and reasonable prices.” – Wendy, Google review

“We have stayed here a year and it’s been one of the best years of our lives. The entire staff is friendly, the residents are top notch, and the grounds are fantastic and versatile… And the most convenient location to everything in Las Vegas you’ll find to hook up your rig.” – Brian, Google review

Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort Information

Location: 2711 West Windmill Lane Las Vegas, NV 89123

Contact: 702-260-2028

Website: http://www.oasislasvegasrvresort.com

2. Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort

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This luxury RV and motorcoach resort is also located in Las Vegas, close enough to the fun-filled action, yet far enough away to enjoy relaxation, tranquillity, and family time. Not only has it been awarded as a Top 100 Park by Good Sam, but its Trailer Life rating is also a perfect score of ten.

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $70/$397/$1680
  • # of RV Sites: 407
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: Both
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Discounts: Military, Veterans, Good Sam, AAA, FMCA, Group

Why you’ll love Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort

The award-winning facility is set along 41 acres and with over 1,000 surrounding palm trees, you’ll certainly feel like you’ve arrived at your own slice of paradise. Swimming pools, spas, saunas, tennis courts, and massage rooms all provide added indulgence! A 10,000 square foot entertainment facility on-site also includes a concert hall, sitting areas, flat screen TV and outdoor kitchen.

What people are saying about Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort

“We had a very nice back-in spot with grass and trees at our site. There were a lot of options available for different types of sites. Our site was very quiet. We enjoyed the 50’s diner and thought the food was very good. The campground’s location makes an easy drive into the strip.” – Priscilla, Google review

“Beautiful place, a must if you have a Class A motor home and want a safe relaxing place to stay…Staff is very friendly, has security and monitored gates. Very quiet for being so close to downtown.” – Jerry, Google review

Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort Information

Location: 8175 Arville Street Las Vegas, NV 89139

Contact: (866) 897-9300

Website: http://www.lvmresort.com/

3. Ely KOA

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This KOA is located in one of the most scenic regions of Nevada, near the mountains of the Great Basin National Park. Its surrounding meadows, forests, wildflowers, streams and lakes all provide a picturesque setting for guests, as do the nearby marble and limestone formations of the Lehman Caves. It’s also just a short drive from the Nevada Northern Railway Museum and the popular Ghost Train Of Old Ely.

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: Enquire for full rates
  • # of RV Sites: 134
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: No
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Discounts: N/A

Why you’ll love Ely KOA

KOAs are well-known for the bounty of family-friendly activities and amenities they provide for guests and this one is certainly no different! You’ll find plenty of hiking and ATV trails nearby, as well as an on-site dog park so Fido doesn’t have to miss out. The nearby lakes also provide year-round fishing opportunities, particularly for brown trout and rainbow trout.

What people are saying about Ely KOA

“Very nice and friendly. Beautiful views of the snowcapped mountains to the west. A short drive to town with grocery stores and restaurants nearby. Two dog park areas in case you have pets.” – Sharon, Google review

“I loved this place! Beautiful area with trees and grass for my 7-month stay. The staff were awesome and worked above and beyond to make my stay perfect…I will stay here again and highly recommend this KOA to others.” – Chad, Google review

Ely KOA Information

Location: 15396 South Highway 93 Ely, NV 89301

Contact: Reserve: 800-562-6671 / Info: 775-289-3413

Website: http://koa.com/campgrounds/ely/

4. Iron Horse RV Resort

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You’ll find the Iron Horse RV Resort located in Elko, in the north-east of the state. Known as the heart of cowboy country, the region provides plenty of traditions and attractions of the Old West, such as historical tours of ghost towns, the Western Folklife Center, Nevada Museum, and the largest gold mine in the western hemisphere.

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $30/Enquire for full rates
  • # of RV Sites: 103
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: Both
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Discounts: Good Sam

Why you’ll love Iron Horse RV Resort

Not only do you get to enjoy the comfortable amenities of the Iron Horse RV Resort when you park your RV here, but guests also get to take advantage of the Hilton Garden Inn’s amenities, as the facility is located across the road. These include everything from a sparkling swimming pool and fitness room, to an on-site restaurant and so much more!

What people are saying about Iron Horse RV Resort

“Great pull through wide sites. Easy freeway access. Discount dining. Superior wifi and reasonable rates.” – Steven, Google review

“This is a first class RV park. Clean and spotless, very level pads and a nice clubhouse with clean showers and a laundry area. Located close to stores, restaurants, and services in the town of Elko… I will definitely stay here again.” – Ed, Google review

Iron Horse RV Resort Information

Location: 3400 East Idaho Street Elko, NV 89801

Contact: (800) 782-3556

Website: http://www.ironhorservresort.com

5. Great Basin National Park

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Located in east Nevada, the Great Basin National Park is the perfect place to witness the stunning diversity of the larger Great Basin region. You’ll find the soaring Wheeler Peak here, along with sage-covered foothills, desert valleys, glaciers, subterranean passages, and a lot more. Trust us, this famous national park is anything but boring and is one of the best RV trips in the state!

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $6 – $12/none/none
  • # of RV Sites: 100
  • Full Hookups: No
  • 30/50 Amp: N/A
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: No
  • Showers: Yes (located outside of park)
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: No
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Discounts: Senior/Access Pass holders

Why you’ll love Great Basin National Park

If you want to get up-close with nature while enjoying the comfort of your motorhome, this is the place for you. With no WiFi, cable, or other modern (yet sometimes unnecessary) camping amenities, you and your family will have plenty of time to connect and embrace more traditional activities such as hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing, and bicycling. Want to get a little more adventurous? The Lehman Caves tours and astronomy programs are experiences you won’t forget.

What people are saying about Great Basin National Park

“The cave tour is absolutely incredible! It’s a natural wonder and the tour guide we had was very knowledgeable and is very interactive with the group. This is a great place to just “get away from the world for a while.” – Kevin, Google review

“Quite possibly the most majestic national park, ever. This is truly a slice of heaven. Quiet, intense, approachable and definitely worth the trip off the beaten path to get here. I saw the gorgeous night sky, alpine lakes, and the world’s oldest organisms all in a pristine space.” – Juan, Google review

Great Basin National Park Information

Location: 100 Great Basin National Park, Baker, NV 89311

Contact: (775) 234-7331

Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday

Website: https://www.nps.gov/grba/index.htm

6. New Frontier RV Park

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This RV-friendly facility is located in north Nevada in a town called Winnemucca. If you’d like to rent an RV, you can pick one up right in the area! It’s a great base to some of the region’s intriguing attractions, such as Humboldt Museum, Winnemucca’s sand dunes, and a pretty nifty Visitor Center.

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $19/$114/$355
  • # of RV Sites: 127
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: No
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Discounts: Good Sam

Why you’ll love New Frontier RV Park

There are numerous fun activities and events to partake in at New Frontier RV Park, including hiking and ATV trails at Blue Mountain, Jungo Pits, and Winnemucca Sand Dunes. Plenty of local ghost towns also exist within the region, and both children and adults will enjoy the historical tours at these spooky towns.

What people are saying about New Frontier RV Park

“A great facility. Very good restaurant. Great RV park with full hookups including wifi and cable.” – Muriel, Google review

“Very accommodating RV park. Very clean, very quiet and so very nicely maintained. Loved our quiet and comfortable stay there. If you value privacy, quiet and just plain nice people, this is a great park for you. I highly recommend it.” – Greg, Google review

New Frontier RV Park Information

Location: 4360 Rim Rock Rd, Winnemucca, Nevada 89445

Contact: (775) 621-5277

Website: http://www.newfrontierrvpark.com

7. Esmeralda Market, RV Park, Cabins and Campground

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This popular RV park and campground is a favourite among families and is located between the cities of Las Vegas and Reno. It’s based in one of the most stunning regions of the state, as it’s extremely close to beautiful natural attractions such as Inyo National Forest, Death Valley National Park, and Yosemite National Park. In fact, if you have an RV sitting idly in your driveway or garage, why not rent it out for another family to enjoy this RV vacation? It’s a great way to earn some additional money!

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $25/none/none
  • # of RV Sites: 23
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: No
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Discounts: N/A

Why you’ll love Esmeralda Market, RV Park, Cabins and Campground

How do S’mores parties, star gazing, and movie nights under the night sky sound? This facility is on our top ten list for many reasons, with the bounty of on-site activities and nearby attractions being just two of them! You only need to visit the facility’s website to see the long list of tourist sites within the region.

What people are saying about Esmeralda Market, RV Park, Cabins and Campground

“Linda, the owner was one of the nicest camp owners/host that I have met. Very accommodating and they even had a big screen movie at one of the empty sites on a Saturday night! The place is very well kept, clean, and the store is very well stocked with most things you would need while camping.” – Mark, Google review

“The park is clean and quiet and uniquely located for incredible off-road exploration of numerous ghost towns and abandoned mining operations. Linda, the owner, is a walking encyclopedia of local history (born and raised native).” – Jim, Google review

Esmeralda Market, RV Park, Cabins and Campground Information

Location: Hwy 264 Mile Marker 8, Dyer, Nevada 89010

Contact: (775) 572-3200

Website: http://whitemountainsnv.com/index.html

8. Laughlin / Avi Casino KOA

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This KOA is located about 11 miles from the Laughlin strip, just across the street from the Avi Resort and Casino. Based in the city of Laughlin, it’s also it the southern tip of the state, a region that’s known for it’s stunning natural surroundings and proximity to several recreation and wilderness areas.

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $24/Enquire for full rates
  • # of RV Sites: 260
  • Full Hookups: Yes
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: Both
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Discounts: N/A

Why you’ll love Laughlin / Avi Casino KOA

Whether you want to be a short drive away from the heart of Las Vegas, or prefer to get among nature, this KOA is conveniently located near it all. You’ll find some popular recreation and wilderness areas surrounding the region, including Mojave National Preserve, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and Dead Mountains Wilderness Area. As a KOA guest, you’re also granted free access to Avi Resort and Casino’s private beach, pool, boat launch and fitness center. How luxurious!

What people are saying about Laughlin / Avi Casino KOA

“This KOA sits across from the Avi Casino and resort and is run by the same people. Because of that RV guests have access to the resort pool (one of the best I’ve seen) and beautiful beach area.” – Ashley, Google review

“Staff friendly, RV Park 24/7 security and clean – pet friendly. I’ll be back.” – Frank, Google review

Laughlin / Avi Casino KOA Information

Location: 10000 Aha Macav Parkway, Laughlin, NV 89029-7001

Contact: Reserve: 800-562-4142 / Info: 702-535-5555

Website: http://koa.com/campgrounds/laughlin/

9. Cathedral Gorge State Park

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You’ll find Cathedral Gorge State Park in south-eastern Nevada located in a long, narrow valley where, as the website explains, “erosion has carved dramatic and unique patterns in the soft bentonite clay”. This is one of Nevada’s most iconic natural landscapes, with numerous tourists flocking to the state park to experience its picturesque beauty first-hand.

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $17/none/none
  • # of RV Sites: 22
  • Full Hookups: Electric and Water only
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: No
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Discounts: Nevada Residents

Why you’ll love Cathedral Gorge State Park

Do you love hiking and getting up-close with nature? Or perhaps you fancy sitting cosily inside your RV as you soak-up the phenomenal and cave-like formations that surround you? Either way, you’re sure to love staying overnight in this state park, particularly as you won’t even have to miss out on electric hookups, flush restrooms, and showers!

What people are saying about Cathedral Gorge State Park

“Loved this campground. Super clean and well maintained. Easy access to some caves and 4-mile walking trail. Electric hook ups were perfect as we needed our A.C.! Would stay again.” – Lori, Google review

“Terrific campground with electric, a dump station, hot showers, and water available. The slot canyons are cool!” – Michele, Google review

Cathedral Gorge State Park Information

Location: Cathedral Gorge State Park, Panaca, Nevada 89010

Contact: (775) 728-4460

Website: http://parks.nv.gov/parks/cathedral-gorge

10. Valley of Fire State Park

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When it comes to experiencing the fascinating beauty that Nevada has to offer, we’ve perhaps left the best until last. The world-famous Valley of Fire State Park covers 40,000 acres and is popular due to its bright red Aztec sandstone bluffs.

Snapshot:

  • Daily/Weekly/Monthly Rates: From $20/none/none
  • # of RV Sites: 72
  • Full Hookups: Electric and Water only
  • 30/50 Amp: Both
  • Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both
  • Pool/Hot tub: No
  • Showers: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: Yes
  • Cell Reception: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: No
  • Discounts: Nevada Residents

Why you’ll love Valley of Fire State Park

You’ll feel as though you’ve landed on Mars when you visit this famous Nevada destination, however you’ll also be conveniently located less than an hour’s drive away from Las Vegas. The campground contains RV amenities such as electric and water hookups, along with a dump station, so you certainly won’t be roughing it.

What people are saying about Valley of Fire State Park

“Spectacular side trip from busy Las Vegas. Worth the drive. Beautiful red rock formations- drive through or stop at each one to make it more of a hike. You will pay a State Park fee to get in.” – Beth, Google review

“Fantastic park with scenery bettering many of the southwest’s more famous locations. Otherworldly landscape with limitless photography options. Best part as a Las Vegas local? It’s an hour drive from the center of town and you’ll feel as if you’re on a different planet. Highly recommended!” – Christopher, Google review

Valley of Fire State Park Information

Location: 29450 Valley of Fire Road, Overton, Nevada 89040

Contact: (702) 397-2088

Website: http://parks.nv.gov/parks/valley-of-fire

Final Thoughts

There you have it; the best of the best RV parks that Nevada has to offer. You will have found some amazing locations among this list, from the sand dunes of Winnemucca in the north, all the way down to scenic Laughlin in the southern-most tip of Nevada. Even with all the information covered in this article, it’s only the tip of the iceberg. The “Silver State” is full of adventures waiting to be had, and you can choose any one of these wonderful RV parks here in Nevada as a home base to begin your expedition!

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