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Oasis RV Resort – Las Vegas

The closest RV park to the Las Vegas strip
  • Editor Rating

  • Rated 4 stars
$45 to $72
  • 80%


Summary:

I had the opportunity to stay here during a series of conferences in April 2015. I found it to be a wonderful resort, very close to the Las Vegas strip and full of amenities.

Located about 2 miles south of New York, New York and MGM on Las Vegas Blvd., it is very easy to get to the resort from I-15. However, it is a challenge to get back to I-15 in an RV. A car can do a U-turn at the next intersection.

There is a major shopping mall nearby along with a Bass Pro Shop and ample dining options. Also close to South Point Casino.

Monthly rates are available for as little as $600 when paid in advance. If this resort offered wireless Internet at the campsites, it could easily have received five stars

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Pros

  • Paved pads, but limited space for a towed vehicle
  • Beautifully landscaped throughout the park
  • Security controlled entry 24/7
  • Very efficient check in process
  • Free cable TV with 28 channels
  • 20-, 30- and 50-amp service available with five types of sites standard, deluxe, premium, premium plus and big rig
  • Propane sold on site
  • Two pools — One for adults and one for families
  • On site restaurant serves good sandwiches and salads at reasonable prices, as well as breakfast items
  • Exceptionally stocked store offers RV items, food, snacks and souvenirs
  • Large group meeting areas available
  • Gorgeous garden area would be great for a wedding
  • Several laundry facilities around the campground cost of $1.50 to wash and $1 to dry
  • Limited freeway noise, even though the park is located off I-15
  • Slot machines in the camp store
  • Picnic area with grills for general use
  • 18-hole natural putting course on site

Cons

  • NO INTERNET at the campsites. I was told it could be picked up at the clubhouse.
  • Water pressure pegged at 50 psi — MUST use a regulator
  • Resort warns guests about an ant problem, but I did not experience any issues
  • Depending on wind conditions, jets may fly overhead on take off or landing at McCarran Airport.
  • Dog “runs” are the size of a large open-top kennel
  • There are three or four billboards on site that can flash bright at night, and some have very inappropriate messages for children
  • Double kid tax — $2 per person over 12 and $2 per person over four in party

About Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber is the editor of Let's RV and the editor of RV Daily Report. A Wisconsin native and father of three grown daughters, he is now based out of Arizona and travels the country in his Winnebago Adventurer motorhome interviewing industry professionals and interesting RVers alike. He can be reached at editor@letsrv.com

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