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Discovering Longstreet Inn & Casino RV Resort: A Perfect Base to Explore Death Valley and Beyond

Published on April 27th, 2023 by Alicia and Pleshette
This post was updated on October 12th, 2023

While RVing in the Southern California desert, a Palm Springs campground neighbor told us about Longstreet Inn & Casino RV Resort. It seemed like a perfect big rig RV campground for visiting Death Valley and the surrounding area. Since we were planning to head into Utah, this RV resort seemed like a great stop along the way.

We hit the road in our 44-foot fifth wheel RV with a plan to stay a little over a month. Since we’re still working full-time in our remote IT jobs, we like to stay in one place for at least 30 days. Long term stays let us play during evenings and weekends to explore some of the coolest RV destinations.

See the full video review of Longstreet Inn & Casino RV resort

Where is Longstreet Inn & Casino RV Resort?

Longstreet Inn & Casino RV Resort is just off the highway on 373 in Nevada, just at the California border. You’ll most likely come in on State Highway 127 in California, which turns into Nevada State Highway 373 once you cross the state line.

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As you RV through this area you can enjoy taking in the beautiful scenery of the low desert.

Longstreet Inn Amenities for RV Guests

Longstreet Inn pool and spa (Image: @docwade87 Campgrounds.RVLIFE)
The pool and spa are for Longstreet Inn RV guests, too!
(Image @docwade87, Campgrounds.RVLIFE.com)

This park is aptly named as a resort. There is a pool and jacuzzi at the Inn, and both are available to RV park guests. Longstreet Inn and Casino have a long list of amenities, including:

  • Complimentary high speed Wi-Fi
  • Two full-service restaurants and an on-site bar
  • Live entertainment every weekend
  • On-Site laundry facilities
  • 24-Hour convenience store

Check out the full list of Longstreet Inn amenities at RV LIFE Campgrounds.

Things to do near Longstreet Inn & Casino RV Resort

Sunset in Death Valley. (Image: @Luis_URQUIA Campgrounds.RVLIFE.com)
There’s lots to do in and around Death Valley. (Image: @Luis_URQUIA Campgrounds.RVLIFE.com)

Longstreet Inn & Casino RV Resort is just minutes from the East Entrance to Death Valley National Park. While you’re there, check out nearby attractions including: 

  • Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge
  • The City of Pahrump
  • Las Vegas (just under 2 hours away)
  • Big Bovine in the Desert (a selfie must!)
  • Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
  • Big Dune Recreational Area

Big Rig Considerations for RV Resorts like Longstreet Inn

As content creators who review campgrounds, our perspective is from navigating our 44-foot, triple-axle fifth wheel and 22-foot truck. It’s important to note that there’s a significant difference between a Class A RV and even a fifth wheel that’s longer than 35-feet.

If you’re thinking of visiting Longstreet Inn, which is highly rated and known to be accommodating to big rigs, there are a few things to consider.

When a campground advertises as being “big rig friendly,” always ask for specifics about how to navigate the park and get into your campsite. 

Want to know if an RV campground is truly big rig friendly? Consider factors like maneuverability within the park. Is it easy to back in or pull through sites?

We make it our mission to find and review RV campgrounds that are truly big rig friendly. They should also provide amenities necessary for today’s remote workers and digital nomads.

Find More Big Rig Campgrounds Near You

For all of your big rig RV trip planning needs, check out RV LIFE Campgrounds and RV LIFE Trip Wizard. The Campground Reviews community is the web’s most trusted source of unbiased campground and RV park reviews. Use it with the RV LIFE App, featuring RV Trip Wizard that gets you to big rig RV camping destinations via safe routes customized to your RV and travel preferences.

Been to a great campground lately? Don’t forget to leave a review! Reviews help other RVers like yourself, and they help the campground too. Thanks for sharing!

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2 thoughts on “Discovering Longstreet Inn & Casino RV Resort: A Perfect Base to Explore Death Valley and Beyond”

  1. Instead of Longstreet’s rather upscale amenities, why not stay at the Tecopa Hot Springs Resort. It’s just north of DV and West of the Nevada border…pull-through campsites with fantastic views…and the hot springs comes with your overnight fee of $35.

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