|In Season||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015||$25.00 - $37.00|
KOA took over and it's not a positive change. There are actually 2 parks. If you stay do not stay in the Nellis facility! !! The Nellis park is not secure. It's open to the public to walk and drive through, day and night. Staff isn't friendly or knowledgeable about RVs. Consistently sending pull types into drive-in spaces. The only positive to this facility is clean restrooms. NEVER AGAIN.
KOA Las Vegas is no longer at Circus Circus. It has moved to Sam’s Town on Boulder Highway, Las Vegas. As of 10-22-14 the KOA signs are up, the staff in the front office are KOA and the rates have been increased to KOA levels (Sam’s Town RV Park rates were a little less). The good: *The staff members are all very polite and helpful. The process seems organized if you have reservations. *The park is very clean *Very near the Sam’s Town casino which has several eating establishments, a bowling alley, a theater and a reasonably priced buffet. *Nice asphalt driveways with decomposed granite sites. As long as it isn’t raining this is perfect. It would be hard to get into trouble maneuvering into your site here because the driveways are wide and the angles of the sites are right for large RVs. *Boulder Highway and nearby Henderson have virtually every shopping necessity and RV parts/repair service you could ever need. Everything is close… Costco, Walmart, Camping World, etc. The Vegas strip is about 4 or 5 miles away. The Bad: *The sewer hookups in this park are downright WRONG!!!! It is nasty... trust me! Slide up a door on the hookup pedestal and drop the end of your hose into a large chute alongside the neighboring sewer hose. If their hose is higher than your hose, guess what… you have their sewage on your drain hose when you pull it out of the drain “door”. There is a constant sewer gas smell in your RV and throughout the park because there is no way to seal up the connection from the sewer hoses. I’m not sure why this is OK with the health dept because they post all over the park rules about how strictly the county enforces sewer hose rules! If you are sensitive to “smells” this may not be the place for you. *Many of the spaces are narrow. If you have slides on your RV you will have about 36 inches extra to sit outside of your RV. Be sure to ask for a site that is wide enough if you have slides on both sides. *This isn’t a kid friendly RV park. No playgrounds or grass areas (except where the pets do their thing). Then again, this is Vegas, where it is mostly adult play. Summary: This isn’t a bad RV park. It is quiet, clean and has so many nearby facilities. There are cheaper RV parks nearby but it is hard to beat this as far as an easy place to be. Fix the sewers and keep the rates reasonable and you have a 5.
"Sam's Town has two RV parks w/nearly 500 roomy lots! Full hook-ups & pull-thrus, Wi-Fi, pet runs, pool, jaccuzzi & the best casino on the Boulder Strip. Players can earn free stays, dining and more! Voted best video poker!!!"