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Old 11-13-2011, 07:27 PM   #15
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Several of the Casinos in LV have RV parks. I've stayed in several over the years and found them both clean and convenient. And I don't gamble.
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Old 11-13-2011, 08:51 PM   #16
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Thanks the only one I have found on line so far is the Circus-Circus one which is a KOA. Any ideas as to the names of other ones.
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Old 11-14-2011, 01:16 AM   #17
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Try this website. It adds a couple of Casinos with RV Parks.

Las Vegas Casinos With RV Parks | eHow.com
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Old 11-14-2011, 04:56 AM   #18
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Old 11-14-2011, 10:02 AM   #19
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I saw the Circus Circus people using golf carts to shuttle RV people back and forth.

C C is right on the strip and every time I have gone to LV I would go there for a meal as it is cheep and really good (All U Can Eat Buffet.) and It seams that every time I was there, they caught someone stuffing chicken in their purse.

Call or text the LV Chamber of Commerce - they will have all the info you require.

Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce | The largest and most influential business organization in Nevada
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Old 11-14-2011, 11:05 AM   #20
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We stayed at Circus Circus one night about 7 years ago. It is more expensive than some, but we could literally walk to (and thru) all the newer casinos on the strip quite easily. I'm not a Vegas person (nor a gambler), but the variety of structures and decor was interesting.
Circus Circus campground is really a giant parking lot with hookups. The very nice lady at the desk moved us near the pool, where we had a tiny palm tree in front of our parking space, in a postage stamp-sized patch of grass surrounded by curbing... As it was July, it was really nice to be near the pool for our daughter. Coming from weeks of camping in state and national parks, it was quite a jolt....
You can probably get a back-in space for around $50. I suspect the price is high because of the convenience factor, and because if the weather is hot, you will need to run the A/C 24/7 parked on the giant heat island of black asphalt.

Here's a link to another article that might be of help.Cheap RV Parks in Las Vegas | eHow.com
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Old 11-14-2011, 12:42 PM   #21
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I stayed 2 nights at the Circus Circus KOA back in August, I think it was around $50 a night. It's definitely not camping, more like parking on a big hot asphalt parking lot with full hookups. The front office store was well stocked, and it's walking distance to Circus Circus, Treasure Island was about the furthest we walked. Basically you're paying for the convenience of being right on the strip.
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Old 11-14-2011, 02:04 PM   #22
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Outside of LV is a town called Pharump. It is NW of Vegas, and about a 45min drive. It is also the gateway to Death Valley. They have a few good RV Parks. We stayed in that area last year for 3 weeks. I would go back as its a easy drive to Vegas and other areas of interest to us.
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Outside of LV is a town called Pharump. It is NW of Vegas, and about a 45min drive. It is also the gateway to Death Valley. They have a few good RV Parks. We stayed in that area last year for 3 weeks. I would go back as its a easy drive to Vegas and other areas of interest to us.
We've stayed in Pharump. It has an Escapee Park and the world famous Chicken Ranch.
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Thanks everyone - great feed back.
Sherry I suspect I will be ok with just the Fantastic fan in Vegas as I will be there in winter.
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Old 11-14-2011, 03:10 PM   #25
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Pahrump, one of the prettiest little campgrounds is Terrible Lakeside RV and Casino.

Not the Old Terrible's in town.
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We've stayed in Pharump. It has an Escapee Park and the world famous Chicken Ranch.

Is that where the cowboys lay their eggs?
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Cowboys? I'm in

Any idea as to how many extra blankets I might need in Pahrump in Nov/Dec??
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If U need more than 2 blankets then it's to cold where ever U may B.

Carol: I think the Chicken Ranch may be a bordello and if so, my remark would be considered a bit on the naughty side.
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