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Date of Stay:
April, 2016 -
This was our second trip to Vegas and will always stay at this Circus Circus RV park in the future (Full disclosure: In an effort to compare "apples to apples" I will rate this park in comparison to our previous visit where we stayed at another casino for $18/night)
We extended our visit by a day because of the location, amenities and convenience) the $32 daily rate increases to about $40 from Fri-Sun.
This RV park is on site at the Circus Circus Hotel (highly recommended if you have children traveling with you as they have a huge indoor circus carnival area with pay to rides).
PERKS: Location: you are on the strip and walking distance to all the other large hotels, casinos and eateries. The park has a convenience store, well furnished large TV/reading room, game room with air hockey etc, dog park, free dog wash, WiFi, 24 hour roving bike security.
DRAWBACKS: The management informed that the laundry room will be upgraded soon. Currently there were approx 10 washers and only 3 worked. $2 per wash, and of the 12 dryers only 3 worked, $1.75 a load. The hotel does not have a alternate wash facility available so be prepared to plan your laundry trip during their open hours between 10:30 and 5pm.
Shower faucets need improvement, they are the older pull out then turn type but found myself spinning the wobbly knob endlessly before I switched shower stalls and figured it out.
Overall I highly recommend this park for anyone that is looking to enjoy their trip to Vegas. If you simply want somewhere to park your rig, then go ahead and try one of those $18 night places at your own risk. We camped at Circus Circus RV Park (formerly Las Vegas / Circus Circus KOA) in a Motorhome.
Tip when making reservation: Reservations can be made online but recommended making by phone which takes 15-20 minutes but then you can request a space as desired for no extra charge! For example near a grassy space with picnic table, near the bathrooms, laundry, main office, pool, dog park, or far from everyone on the back far outskirts.
Date of Stay:
June, 2015 -
Great place to rest and relax. We stopped in for an overnight on the road and will return again when passing through. Located near the highway and is a small husband & wife ran RV park. The site we stayed at was very well shaded and near the pond and gazebo and laundry and showers and bathroom floors are that being upgraded. Washers $1.25 and dryers are $1, there are two of each. The park is very quiet and the best nights rest we've had on the road in a while. We will return if we are in the area again. We camped at Ballards Campground in a Motorhome.
Call ahead as there are only 7 pull through sites with full hookup.
Watch out for a few spiderwebs and wasps and you'll be ok.
Date of Stay:
May, 2015 -
Stayed here for an overnight rest while traveling to San Diego. Arrived after hours and got a clear back in space. The plus is there is a free RV self wash in covered bay with free power washer use and soap. The temps are high in the summer and we saw 110' in May, before the pool on base was "open for the summer".
This is an active Air Force base so aircraft noise should be expected. The camp appeared only 25% occupied, but the host informed it is the place to be in the winter because of the weather and because it is the winter training area for the Blue Angels to practice for their national air shows. Believe we saw the Thunderbirds practicing during our stay but not certain. This is a military only facility and we did not check out the Px or commissary facilities. We camped at Palm Oasis RV Park & Resort (Military FamCamp) in a Motorhome.