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RVing in Las Vegas

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RV Rental Locations in Las Vegas

Best Time RV – Las Vegas

Best Time RV 6590 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV

Britz – Las Vegas

Britz 4730 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV

Cruise America N – Las Vegas

Cruise America 551 N Gibson Rd, Henderson, NV

Escape Campervans – Las Vegas

Escape Campervans 3347 S Highland Dr, Las Vegas, NV

Jucy – Las Vegas

Jucy 5895 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV

Road Bear – Las Vegas

Road Bear 4730 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV

RV Rentals in Las Vegas

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Class C 21′-28′

RV Model 36-C21-28

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  • Sleeps 4

Camper Van

RV Model 37-B17

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  • Sleeps 4

Camper Van 18′

RV Model 37-B18

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  • Sleeps 5

Class A 32′ With Slide Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-AS32E

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  • Sleeps 3

Class C 25′ Economy Sunshine

RV Model 41-C25E

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  • Sleeps 4

Class C 28′ Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-C28E

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  • Sleeps 4

Class C 25′ With Slide Sunshine

RV Model 41-CS25E

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  • Sleeps 4

Class C 30′ With Slide Sunshine Economy

RV Model 41-CS30E

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  • Sleeps 4

Class B 21′ Touring Coach

RV Model Best Time B21

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  • Sleeps 3

Class C 23′ Minnie Winnie

RV Model Best Time C23

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  • Sleeps 5

Compact RV 19 ft

RV Model Cruise C19

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  • Sleeps 3

Class C 25′

RV Model Cruise C25

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  • Sleeps 5

Class C 30′

RV Model Cruise C30

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  • Sleeps 7

T17 Truck & Camper

RV Model Cruise T17

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  • Sleeps 2

Class A 34′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte A34

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  • Sleeps 6

Class A 35′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte A35

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  • Sleeps 5

Class C 22′

RV Model El Monte C22

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  • Sleeps 3

Class C 25′

RV Model El Monte C25

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  • Sleeps 5

Class C 28′

RV Model El Monte C28

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  • Sleeps 4

Class C 31′ With Slide

RV Model El Monte C31

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  • Sleeps 8

Champ Camper Van

RV Model Jucy Van

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  • Sleeps 4

Class A 32′ with slideout

RV Model Roadbear A32S

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  • Sleeps 6

Class C 19′ – 22′, no Slide

RV Model Roadbear C22

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  • Sleeps 4

Class C 23′ to 26′, no Slide

RV Model Roadbear C26

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  • Sleeps 6

Class C 27-30′ with slideout

RV Model Roadbear C30S

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  • Sleeps 7

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have RV rental companies near Las Vegas?

Yes, there are six RV rental locations in the Las Vegas area. Some of the locations will pick you up from the airport or airport hotels. Please see the terms and conditions or contact our reservation associates for more information.

Where can I camp in my RV?

Campgrounds and RV parks are the natural choices for camping in an RV. If you need a place to just pull over and get some sleep, truck stops are an easy option. Many Walmarts and box stores will also allow you to sleep overnight in the parking lot but always check with customer service first.

Can I get a pet-friendly RV rental?

Yes, it is possible to bring your pet with you in your RV rental. Always check the terms and conditions or talk to one of our staff to make sure your pet is welcome.

How many people can sleep in an RV?

The number of people that can sleep in an RV varies by model. Some of the smaller camper vans only sleep, two people. Larger RVs can sleep up to 8 people.

What happens if I need assistance while renting the RV?

Most rental locations have 24-hour roadside assistance.

Do I need to clean the RV before I return it?

Yes, you are responsible for cleaning the RV before it is returned.

Is it possible to travel in the winter in an RV?

Yes, you can travel in the winter but there will be some restrictions while traveling. While in colder weather you will need to have that water tanks empty. This means there will be no shower or toilets. When you get to a warmer destination you may add the water back on.

Places to Eat in Las Vegas

From cheap buffet fare to world-class dining, Las Vegas has a restaurant for whatever you are feeling. Even if you are staying in a rental RV it’s always nice to treat yourself to a great meal out.

Eat – serving breakfast classics with a modern twist. Everything is locally sourced, made fresh and organic when possible. 707 Carson Ave, Las Vegas Nevada.

The Capital Grille – critically acclaimed dry-aged steaks, superior world-class wine list, and a view overlooking the Vegas Strip. #3300 3200 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Top of the World – a rotating restaurant on the 106th floor offering an unequaled view of the city. This restaurant has won many awards for its food, its view, and its wine. Stratosphere Casino, 2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Sinatra – the restaurant dedicated to Ol’ Blue Eye’s himself. The chef prepares a modern twist on the Italian classics including some of Frank’s personal favorites like spaghetti and meatballs and ossobuco. The restaurant is adorned with his Academy Award, his Emmy, and his Grammy along with other Sinatra memorabilia. 3131 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

The Egg and I – all your breakfast favorites served all day long in this family-style restaurant. 4533 W Sahara Ave #5, Las Vegas Nevada.

Secret Pizza – almost anytime you get that pizza craving you will be able to sneak down the long unassuming hallway, covered in records, and find this sign less pizza joint. The line up can be long but the pizza is always worth the wait. 3708 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Yardbird – serving traditional southern food, from chicken and waffles, fried green tomatoes, homemade buttermilk biscuits, and grits. You can’t get more Southern than that. 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Cravings Buffet – if you are hungry this is the place to go. There are 11 international cooking stations and unlimited included beer and wine. You can even grab a take out container and take your meal back to your RV rental. 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Food Trucks – Las Vegas has lots of food trucks everything from Stripcheeze, which has everything cheesy, 50 Shades of Green, for your healthy organic option, and The Cookie Bar for cookies of courses. Food trucks have some of the most amazing food, you may have to go looking for your lunch but check out the website Roaming Hunger to help you with your search.

Metro Diner – this is where the locals eat. Serving breakfast all day. This restaurant has been featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, saying that the meatloaf plate is a must-have. 9595 W Tropicana Ave, Las Vegas Nevada.

The Heart Attack Grill – this hospital themed restaurant has waitresses dressed as nurses, prides itself on heart attacks on a plate, with meals like the Quadruple Bypass Burger and Flatliner Fries. People over 350 lbs eat free. This is definitely a Las Vegas only experience. 450 Fremont Street, Las Vegas Nevada.

Places to Camp Around Las Vegas

Finding a great campsite for your RV rental in Las Vegas is not hard as there are lots of great options to choose from. Whether you want an RV park right in the heart of Las Vegas or if you prefer something a little more out of the way, we have an RV park that will be perfect for your next RV rental.

Thousand Trails Las Vegas RV Resort – a quiet retreat just 6 miles from the Las Vegas Strip. Hot tub, swimming pool, cable TV, and restroom/shower facilities are a few of the amenities that you will get at this RV park. 4295 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Circus Circus RV Park – if you are looking to be closer to all the action and excitement of the Las Vegas Strip, this may be the RV park for you. Located just steps from Circus Circus, you will find a full-service site with access to all the amenities of the hotel including the swimming pools, and a big-screen TV room to hang out in and relax. 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Road Runner RV Park – having served the Las Vegas area for over 30 years, this RV park has been named an immaculately maintained park by the California Travel Parks association. 4711 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Las Vegas RV Resort – this is a gated RV park just minutes from the Las Vegas Strip. This is an adult-only RV park, so leave the kids at home if you are going to stay here. 3890 S Nellis Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Hitchin’ Post RV Park – a family-owned RV park since 1948. Amenities include an office that is open 24 hours a day, gated park, a saloon with gaming and great food on-premise, and free high-speed internet just to name a few. 3640 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Duck Creek RV Park – full hook-ups, free wifi, laundry, showers, and restrooms available. 6635 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort – has 4 different types of RV sites at 4 different price points. So depending on which amenities you would like and how much you would like to pay there are different options for you. 2711 W Windmill Lane, Las Vegas Nevada.

King’s Row RV Park – this is one of the largest RV parks in southern Nevada. Easy access to public transportation, 24-hour on-call maintenance, and a fully gated dog run are a few of the things that make this RV park great. 3660 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

American Campground – courtyard with a fountain, grill pits, and picnic tables. There is a clubhouse with TV and wifi in the courtyard. 3440 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Places to Camp Around Nevada

If you are not planning on spending your whole RV rental vacation in Las Vegas, there are plenty of other great RV parks around the Nevada area that you can stay at.

Nevada Treasure RV Resort – this is a beautiful RV resort, featuring a sports bar, a 6 lane bowling alley, a world-class fitness center, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, pools with a waterfall and a convenience store. This is an RV park where you can be entertained all day or just sit by the pool and relax. 301 Leslie, Pahrump Nevada.

Desert Skies RV Resort – if you enjoy golf this may be the perfect RV resort for you. There are 7 championship golf courses within 30 minutes of this resort and 1 within walking distance. Is an 18 hole golf course not your thing, how about the onsite mini-golf? 350 County 91, Mesquite Nevada.

Canyon Trail RV Park – rated one of the top RV parks by the Good Sam Club in 2016. This RV resort is close to Boulder City, so you can enjoy all the amenities of the city during your RV rental vacation. 1200 Industrial Rd, Boulder City Nevada.

Beatty’s RV Park – located in the former mining town of Beatty, this RV park is close to lots of interesting activities. Check out the old ghost town of Rhyolite and be transported back to the goldrush, or go rock climbing and mountain biking in the Nevada desert. 6333 Nevada Hwy 95 N, Beatty Nevada.

Silver City RV Resort – located in the beautiful Carson Valley, amenities include a catch and release fishing hole, pool and hot tub, convenience store, pitch & putt, horseshoes, and even a beauty shop. 3165 US-395, Minden Nevada.

Iron Horse RV Resort – located in the heart of cowboy country is Elko Nevada. Experience the old west with historical tours and ghost towns, including the Western Folklife Center and the California Trail. Casinos are located close to the RV park as are miles and miles of trails for your off-road adventures. 3400 Idaho St, Elko Nevada.

Death Valley Inn RV Park – if you are traveling to Death Valley and you need a place to stop for a night or two this RV park is the perfect location. Be advised that if you are renting an RV you will want to check with the rental company about any restrictions they may have about bringing your RV rental into Death Valley during the summer months. Restrictions may be in place due to the very high temperatures in the valley in the summer. 651 US-95, Beatty Nevada.

Cathedral Gorge – this park does not have all the amenities of some of the other parks on this list, but the beauty of it surpasses the need for the amenities. The soft bentonite clay rock formations were created by layers of volcanic ash and have formed cave-like formations and the cathedral-like spires that make up this park. State Park, Lincoln County Nevada.

South Fork – surrounded by rolling hills this park offers both primitive and developed camping spots. 353 Lower South Fork #8, Spring Creek Nevada.

Where to Pick up the Essentials in Las Vegas

When you are finished picking up you are RV from the RV rental location you will need to stop and pick up some groceries for the next few days. Here is a list of some of the local shops that you might like to check out.

Rani’s Food World – this international market specializes in South Asian foods. They even have an online webpage where you can browse over 10,000 products. 4505 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas Nevada.

Cardena’s Market – this Mexican based market carries general groceries and also has a fruit and juice bar and fresh tortillas. If you are not planning on cooking on your RV rental holiday they carry prepared meals that you can just eat or reheat later. 4700 Meadows Ln, Las Vegas Nevada.

Vons – a big US chain of grocery stores has everything in one place. From a pharmacy to a floral department, liquor store, fueling station, and even a Starbucks. 1155 E Twain Ave, Las Vegas Nevada.

Seafood City Market – specializing in Filipino and other South Asian goods. 3890 S Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas Nevada.

WinCo Foods – an employee-owned supermarket advertising good quality and low prices. 6101 N Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

The Market – an urban grocery store featuring conventional and organic foods. They also have a hot lunch bar for a quick lunch on the go. 611 Fremont St, Las Vegas Nevada.

Greenland Supermarket – specializing in Korean foods, including several premade food stands. 6850 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Century Food Market – a little market located right on the Strip. This is a good place to stop for a few snacks while you are walking the Las Vegas Strip. 3401 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Things to do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a great place to hang out by the campfire and relax or you can see all the great attractions around the city. Hop in your RV rental and check out Vegas baby.

Sun Buggy Rentals – rent a real dune buggy and take a ride through the sand dunes outside of Las Vegas. 6925 Speedway Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Blue Man Group – is said to be comedy, theatre, rock concert and dance party all rolled into one in this amazing show. 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Fremont Street Experience – the sky lights up over the street with a light show on the canopy overhead as people zipline high above the street. Free concerts happen on this street This is a great place to spend a couple of hours and get some free entertainment. Fremont Street, Las Vegas Nevada.

Million Dollar Photo – take a free picture of you and one million dollars at Binion’s Gambling Hall. 128 Fremont Street, Las Vegas Nevada.

Neon Museum – take a tour through a graveyard of old Las Vegas neon signs from casinos that are gone but not forgotten. 770 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Banger Brewing Tour – located at the base of the zipline on Fremont Street, this company offers free tours for craft beer lovers. They are even determined to make lovers out of those who are not yet fans of craft beer. 450 Fremont Street #135, Las Vegas Nevada.

Gold and Silver Pawn Shop – what is a trip to Las Vegas without a visit to a pawn shop. This pawn shop was made famous by the TV show Pawn Stars. You may see one of the TV shows stars or you may come across a fabulous find that someone else has pawned trying to turn their losing streak around. Parking is free so you should be able to bring your RV rental right to this location. 713 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Scorpion Shot – at Nacho Daddy’s you can order an actual scorpion in your shot glass. What is the reason for this? Just to say that you did it in Vegas. 3663 S Las Vegas Blvd #595, Las Vegas Nevada.

Red Rock Canyon – encompassing almost 200,000 acres of the Mojave Desert, visitors can hike the many miles of marked trails and view the rock formations millions of years in the making. Located about 20 miles west of Las Vegas Nevada.

Ethel M Chocolate Factory and Botanical Garden – seems like an odd combination. Check out how small-batch chocolate making is done. Then walk through the largest cactus garden in the southwest. I guess it makes sense, you can eat lots of the gourmet chocolates and walk off all those extra calories. 2 Cactus Garden Dr, Henderson Nevada.

Things to do with Kids in Las Vegas

While kids are usually happy spending their RV rental vacation hanging out by the water and sitting by the campfire, sometimes you want to spend some time away from your RV rental and try a new adventure.

Escapology – this is one for those of you with older kids. In teams of 2-6 you need to follow the clues and solve the crime before the time is up. 2797 S Maryland Pkwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. – join the Marvel heroes fight crime in a series of interactive mini-games while you look through the case files of the Hulk, Thor, and Ironman. 3300 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Comedy Pet Theater – jugglers and clowns are joined on stage by a very well trained cast of 15 cats and 10 dogs in this pet comedy for the whole family. The company adopts cats and dogs from local shelters and trains them for this amazing comedy show. 3663 S Las Vegas Blvd #360, Las Vegas Nevada.

Discovery Children’s Museum – a great interactive location where kids can learn and climb. There is a pirate ship, a castle and a stage and costumes to go along with it all. 360 Promenade Place, Las Vegas Nevada.

Adventuredome – this indoor amusement park is air-conditioned, perfect for those hot afternoons in Las Vegas. Laser tag, arcade games, rides, and clown shows all under one roof at Circus Circus. 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Mob Museum – investigate the role organized crime played in the history of Las Vegas in this interactive and engaging look at the past. 300 Stewart Ave, Las Vegas Nevada.

Springs Preserve – 110 acres of display gardens, natural gardens, and wildlife habitat to stroll through. There is a recreated historic Las Vegas town where you can learn about the humble beginnings of the city. 333 S Valley Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Dig this Las Vegas – a giant sandbox where people over the age of 13 are able to operate bulldozers and excavators. 3012 S Rancho Dr, Las Vegas Nevada.

Siegfried and Roy’s Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat – located in the Mirage Las Vegas, this exhibit lets you explore Bottlenose Dolphins, White Tigers, White Lions, and White Leopards. 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Hershey’s Chocolate World Las Vegas – this store features the Statue of Liberty made out of over 800 lbs of chocolate, you can also customize your very own chocolate bars, star in a Reese Peanut Butter Cup commercial and shop all your favorite Hershey’s treats. 3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay – a 1,300,000 gallon aquarium filled with sawfish, giant rays, green sea turtles, piranha, jellyfish, and a rare golden crocodile. 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Jumper’s Jungle Family Fun Center – a fun time for the whole family, with inflatable objects, super slides, jungle bouncers, sports games and so much more. 4005 W Reno Ave G, Las Vegas Nevada.

Wet’n’Wild Las Vegas – over 20 acres of waterslides, from family-friendly to something for the thrill seeker. There is a lazy river and a wave pool as well as Slideboarding, the world’s first waterslide gaming experience. 7055 S Fort Apache Rd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Places to Rent an RV in Las Vegas

If you have decided that Las Vegas is the local for your next RV rental, then check out these RV rental depots, then book your RV rental vacation with USA RV Rentals.

Cruise America – 4 sizes of rental RVs to choose from. There is a truck and camper that sleeps 3 people, a compact size class C that sleeps 3, a standard size class C that sleeps 5, and a large class C that sleeps 7. 551 N Gibson Rd, Henderson Nevada.

Escape Campervan Rentals – an award-winning RV rental company with locations across the USA. Escape Campervan Rentals provides great vans allowing you to get great gas mileage on your RV rental vacation. 3347 S Highland Dr #309, Las Vegas Nevada.

Britz RV Rentals – all RV’s are guaranteed 3 model year old or newer, all Rvs have awnings and generators. Great RVs at great prices are just another reason to book Britz RV Rental through USA RV Rentals. 4730 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Best Time RV Rentals – good quality RV’s at good prices plus 24-hour roadside assistance in case you run into a problem. 6590 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Roadbear RV Rentals – this location has a couple of great RV parks close by if you are looking for a quiet start to your RV rental trip. There is also a Walmart close so that you can pick up a few of the essentials. 4730 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

El Monte RV Rentals – whether you are looking for a large class A motorhome or a small or large class C motorhome, El Monte RV Rentals has the perfect RV for your next RV rental vacation. 3800 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Jucy RV Rentals – a great home away from home in a little package. Two camper vans to choose from, and they can sleep up to 4 people. 5895 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Places to Shop in Las Vegas

There are some great high-end department stores and some great deals out there at the outlet stores. So climb in your rental RV and take a tour around the city.

World’s Largest Gift Shop – over 36,000 square feet of space featuring all the best Las Vegas souvenirs, Southwest jewelry, liquor, and snack foods. 2440 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Fashion Show Mall – over 250 stores, 25 restaurants, and 8 department stores. 3200 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Las Vegas North Premium Outlet – up to 65% off on premium brands such as Disney, Armani, Calvin Klein, Banana Republic, Hugo Boss, Burton, Guess, and many, many more. 875 S Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas Nevada.

Meadows Mall – over 100 stores to choose from. Download the mall’s app on iPhone or Android to see maps, filters stores by products and so much more. 4300 Meadows Ln, Las Vegas Nevada.

Miracle Mile – this is probably the most famous place to shop in Las Vegas. It is a mall over a mile long on the Las Vegas Strip, with cutting edge shops, great places to eat and drink, and lots of entertainment. Check out Zombie Burlesque and The Mentalist at the Las Vegas Live Comedy Club. Or take in one of the free shows like The Fountain Show or The Rainstorm Show. 3663 S LAs Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Downtown Container Park – this outdoor shopping area is made up totally of shipping containers. Grab a hotdog at Cheffini’s and let the kids play in the interactive playground while you take in a concert or free movie on the main stage. 707 Fremont St, Las Vegas Nevada.

Nike Factory Store – looking for a new pair of kicks? Well go right to the source and check out Nike footwear, apparel, and accessories. 905 S Grand Central Pkwy #1775 Las Vegas Nevada.

Zombie Apocalypse Store – do you have what it takes to survive the Zombie Apocalypse? Check out the store to find out. 3420 Spring Mountain Rd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Toy Shack – relive the toys of your childhood. The store buys and sells vintage toys, specializing in toys from the 1980s. 450 Fremont St #117, Las Vegas Nevada.

Carlo’s Bake Shop – come see where it all started for the famous “Cake Boss”. Buddy’s family has been running this bakery since 1910. 3327 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Houdini’s Magic Shop – if you have ever thought of being like Harry Houdini, Chris Angel or David Copperfield then you will want to check out this store. Learn from the pros, through books and video, about coin and card tricks to mental magic and stage illusions. 3377 S Las Vegas Blvd #2290, Las Vegas Nevada.

Places to Fly in and out of in Las Vegas

Before you pick up your rental RV you will need to get to the RV rental location from the airport. The easiest way to take a taxi cab. If you would like to save a little money you could use public transportation, or you could arrive in style at the RV rental location and take a limousine.

McCarran International Airport (LAS)5757 Wayne Newton Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Places to Stay in Las Vegas

One of the most exciting things about Las Vegas is its hotels and casinos. Even if you are renting an RV and not staying in these hotels it is worth spending some time and walk through the lobbies of these famous hotels.

Silverton Hotel – there is a huge aquarium in the lobby of this hotel with over 4000 exotic fish. 3333 Blue Diamond Rd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Bellagio Hotel – the Bellagio Conservatory employs over 100 horticulturists taking care of the gardens. Every evening the water fountains put on a music and light show. 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Circus Circus Hotel – high up in the big top you will see acrobats and trapeze artists. Watch the jugglers and clowns in this permanent circus tent. 2880 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Treasure Island Hotel3300 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Stratosphere Las Vegas2000 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

The Venetian Las Vegas3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Flamingo Las Vegas3555 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Trump International Hotel Las Vegas – politics aside, this is a beautiful luxury hotel high above the Las Vegas Strip. 2000 Fashion Show Dr, Las Vegas Nevada.

The Mirage – from private chefs, private backyard areas, pools, spas, and amazing Las Vegas shows. 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

The Golden Nugget – one of the oldest casinos in Las Vegas, built in 1946. 129 E Fremont Street, Las Vegas Nevada.

Caesars Palace – an ode to the Roman Empire, this hotel contains statues and columns typical of Hollywood Roman period productions including a 20’ statue of Julius Caesar. 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Annual Events in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is home to lots of company conventions and many annual events.

Vegas Uncork’d – an annual food festival in Las Vegas. Many of the chefs from the local hotels and resorts come together for a yummy event in April. These events happen at various hotels in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Great Vegas Beer Festival – this festival brings together local craft brewers, chefs, taverns, and restaurants to see who is the best of the best when it comes to beer creations and food formations. Tickets give you unlimited samples of both food and beer. 207 W Symphony Park Ave, Las Vegas Nevada.

Carnival of Cuisine – the top chefs of Las Vegas showcase their fabulous creations at The Venetian and The Palazzo. This event has been described as “a food lover’s fantasy”. 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd and 3325 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Life is Beautiful – this festival combines great food and great music, with art and learning. Top chefs join inspirational speakers for this September festival. The festival covers 18 city blocks in downtown Las Vegas.

Route 91 Harvest – Las Vegas’s only country music festival. This festival always features the hottest country artists. 3901 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Helldorado Days – join the glory days of the old west while bull riders try to stay in the saddle for 8 seconds. The 4-day event has a parade, a beard-growing contest, and a carnival. 3901 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

What to Expect Weather Wise in Las Vegas

In the winter months, daytime temperatures are around 60℉ (15℃), while nighttime temperatures are around freezing. Summer temperatures can reach 106℉ (41℃) average. The hottest day on record in Las Vegas is 117℉ (47℃). Las Vegas gets very little precipitation.

Places to Leave your Pet in Las Vegas

We all love spending time with our dogs, but sometimes it is better to leave Fluffy in the hands of a professional dog sitter and go on your RV rental vacation without him.

Doggie District Pet Resort – with over 5000 square feet of indoor play area and 7000 square feet of outdoor play area there will be lots of room for your pet to run with his furry friends. Does Fido need a little more training? Doggie District offers dog training too. 3223 N Rainbow Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Hot Diggity Dog – “where your dog is treated like a king”. Hot Diggity offers a free app so that you can see your dog in the play areas during his stay. 3290 N Buffalo Dr, Las Vegas Nevada.

Camp Bow Wow – is the leading doggie daycare franchise in the USA. 5175 S Valley View Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Las Vegas Dog Resort – top of the line luxury pet resort. If you want your dog to be taken care of just like he is at home then take him to Las Vegas Dog Resort. 6810 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas Nevada.

Dog Days Las Vegas – this is like sending your pup to camp. Dog Days Las Vegas offers slumber party boarding. Dogs are able to sleep in a cage-free area with other dogs. They have found that since dogs are pack animals that this reduces separation anxiety. 10430 S Decatur Blvd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Small Town Dog – another five-star dog care facility. 3430 E Tropicana Ave #65, Las Vegas Nevada.

K-9 Kountry – this doggie daycare offers a swimming pool for your dog to cool down in. They also offer swim lessons for your pup (really?). 8075 Rancho Destino Rd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Las Vegas Bike Rentals

What could be better than going on a bike ride on the trails through the Nevada desert? When you book your RV rental see if you can rent a bike rack to attach to the back of your rental RV.

Bike Blast Las Vegas – rent a street or mountain bike. You can bike around the area using the map provided or you can join one of their organized tours. 1818 S Industrial Rd, Las Vegas Nevada.

Las Vegas Cyclery – from electric-assist pedal bikes to standard mountain bikes, hybrid on/off-road bikes and fat bikes, Las Vegas Cyclery has a rental bike for everyone. 10575 Discovery Dr, Las Vegas Nevada.

McGhie’s – rents bikes, skis, and snowboards. 4035 S Fort Apache Rd, Las Vegas Nevada.

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Whether you live in the area, in the USA, or are visiting from another country you will be inspired by the National Parks of Nevada. Rent an RV from USA RV…


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Some people get the winter blues or February blahs, I always get itchy spring feet. I can’t wait to go camping and yet it’s still a bit cold in the…


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The Grand Canyon is likely the most famous National Park in the United States and is visited by more than 6 million people a year. The park is located in…


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Arizona is easily one of the top RV camping destinations in North America. Consistent warm temperatures, incredible sightseeing, and beautiful scenery. What more could you ask for? The landscape is…


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Travel US 2020: Why an RV is the Best Way to See the US

Rent an RV to Travel US in 2020 for the best way to experience this sprawling nation. The US is filled with stunning landscapes, bustling cities, spectacular beaches, coastlines, prairies,…


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