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The 'Entertainment Capital of the World' livens up the Mojave Desert with neon lights, enormous hotels, glitzy casinos and extravagant shows. This city in the desert is all about fun, but also contains a surprising number of worthwhile attractions within an hour or two by road.
Most RV sites are east of the town, from where you can easily access the likes of the Hoover Dam and the spellbinding Death Valley. What's more, away from the tables and shows of the famous Strip, Nevada's roads are high quality and typically involve easy driving.
The star attraction is the hotels and casinos of the Strip, two miles of neon lights and glitz. The likes of Caesar's Palace, the Bellagio, MGM Grand, New York New York, the Venetian, Paris and Wynn would be a talking point even without the slots and tables.
There are numerous side attractions and most large casinos have intriguing things to draw in the punters. The nightly Fountain Show at the Bellagio is a must, the Titanic Artefact Exhibition of the Luxor another, while the Stratosphere boasts rides like the SkyJump. The masses also check out the Fremont Street Experience.
With a recreational vehicle you can also visit class attractions nearby. They include the spectacular Hoover Dam (creator of Lake Mead), the stunning Death Valley and the Fire State Park. Closer to home is the 12-mile long Wheeler Peak Drive.
Riviera RV Park is not far from the Strip and one of the best deals in town. RV sites are large and plentiful and it's close to the I-515 for getting in and out. Facilities and amenities include showers, laundry, a swimming pool and spa and WiFi internet.
Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort is a fine RV site just south of the airport. Sites are paved, well laid out and feature a picnic table. Some are pull-thrus. There are also shower facilities and a wonderful, freeform pool.
Arizona Charlie's Boulder-RV Park is located on the Boulder highway amid landscaped grounds. It features 200 spaces (some up to 70 feet) and boasts a clubhouse, fitness equipment, showers and a pool table.
Callville Bay Marina is out near Lake Mead and ideal for those who prefer to explore Nevada. This is a large, dry site with plenty of room for large RVs and also features the Callville Bay Marina for touring the lake by boat
Avoid driving the 'Strip' (Las Vegas Boulevard); it is always packed and is better seen on foot anyway. Alternatively, to miss the traffic, take the parallel I-15 or Frank Sinatra Drive to the west or Paradise Road to the east. Main casinos offer free parking, but get in early on weekends. Always drive with lights on by day when exploring the desert.