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4 RV Parks near Moapa, Nevada
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Moapa. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Moapa in the left hand column.
Mar 2019 - $18.00
Park is very old but well maintained. Nice pool area. Getting in to space is up hill a little, but space is level. VERY QUIET!!! Some utilities are on driver's side of RV. Have extensions. - icecreamman
Jun 2017 - $35.00
We have chosen to stay there full time every winter! There's tons of activities, pool and hot tub! And very friendly people! Ice cream socials Christmas banquet and hot dog bbq! - Disgusting1
Apr 2013 - $20.00
Closed due to budget cuts. No camping. - Lefty from LA
Apr 2018 - $18.00
This is a funky old retirement park with some overniters. We were hoping to find a spot in Valley of Fire, but it was full. This was plan B and it is fine. The site is level, pull-thru gravel that is fairly narrow and short. Parking our truck is tricky but doable. The manager is very helpful and easy to contact, when needed. The location is fine for visiting Valley of Fire, and more protected in a current windstorm. There is a nice little market within walking distance. We would stay here again. - SAU51
May 2017 - $18.00
Friendly Office Staff. Park is good for a couple days to see attractions in the area. Clean Park with pull thru gravel sites having F/H and a few trees. A lot of full time residents in the back and other areas of park. Interior roads are narrow and makes pulling into spot a little difficult with large 5th wheel. Also you need to squeeze truck in spot once disconnected. Would stay again if in the area. - rvgirl54
Oct 2016 - $15.00
The bathrooms are closed for cleaning from 6 a.m. until 8 a.m. There couldn't be a more inconvenient time. Also, the bathrooms are not serviced on weekends, so by Sunday morning there is no toilet paper or hand towels in the women's restroom.
The WIFI is so poor as to be almost non-existent.
This is a very quiet park. - cactuslady
Oct 2016 - $1.00
No facilities. Strictly boondocking. Have been coming here for 3 years but first time all season. Water, trash and dump available at Echo Bay (17 miles). Lin's supermarket in Overton (7 miles). Spectacular desert views, quiet and peaceful and it costs NOTHING even though the rules say I have to put in $1. Satellite tv excellent but 25+ over the air channels available and they are in HD and best of all, FREE. - rrobby
Feb 2013 - $1.00
Snow Bird Mesa (aka poverty flats) is a "boon docking" camping area. By that I mean it's free, but there are no hook ups. It strictly dry camping in self contained rigs. Power is supplied by your own generator, solar panels, or wind turbines. You supply your own water, and bath room. The place is located about 5 miles south of Overton, Nevada. You just pull in, find an open area, and camp. That's it. It is seasonal which runs from October 1st to the end of June. The land, last I heard, was Bureau of Reclamation, and they send a guy by every so often to check on the various rigs being used out there. If your RV has any leaks, you will have to repair the problem, and clean up your mess. That, or leave. Folks in non self contained rigs will get a visit from the local police. Fire, Police, and Medical will respond as needed from Overton. I spent last winter there (7 months) just trying out my boon docking adventure. I had a good time, although it did get a bit unseasonably cold for a week or so. You can get cell service, wireless computer signals, sat TV, and depending on your antenna, some over the air channels. This is one of those places that unless you are with a group, minding your own business might come in handy. If your neighbors are close enough, they are friendly, and most folks watch over each other. Boating, fishing, and sight seeing are all with in 25 miles. Dump stations are available in Overton for a fee. Valley of Fire State Park is about 15 miles a way. For a$10/$8 daily entry fee, they offer showers, fresh water, and a dump station. A year pass is $75.00. When I was there there were about 65+/- rigs out there, and there was still a lot of room available. It's a pretty decent place for the price. - Patchez
Sep 2019 - $30.00
We echo the wonderful things everyone else says about the beauty of this place. Here are a few tips I would have liked to have known. When you turn into the park off of Hwy 169 there are few/no signs. We went in as far as the visitor center and turned in there because there was no sign for the campground. It is tight in there for a 42' Class A towing a truck - but we did it OK. The rangers on duty told us we didn't need to pay there by credit card which is what the sign said at the entrance. Proceed to the campground and pay there. So essentially you can go past the turn to the VC and the campgrounds are about 2 miles up the road and off of the scenic loop to the right. First come first serve. Since this is the shoulder season we had no trouble getting a site at 11 in the morning. There are people still coming in at almost 7 PM. The sites are mostly huge in the RV W&E section. Well spaced with everyone having a bit of privacy. And yes - the rocks do glow at sunset. Enjoy! - kdlee747
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Price reflects $10 entrance fee, and $20 RV E&W site. This is one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to and we've traveled widely for several years. In August, it was easy to get a spot because it was hellaciously hot, but they do not take reservations and I hear you have to be there when it opens to get a site most of the time in the more temperate times of the year. Not surprised. You will have to look long and hard to find a more scenic place to camp. Didn't use the restrooms, but checked them out and they were clean, bright, and modern. Sites are very generously sized and spaced far enough apart for some privacy. Just passing through this time, but hope to be back again when the weather is mild enough to spend some time outside exploring. - Pdxjoanne
May 2019 - $20.00
After repeated visits over the past 15 years this still is one of our US favorite campgrounds: it is clean & quiet, featuring beautiful red rock scenery close to Las Vegas (an advantage for jet-lagged tourists). Sites are ample, concrete and virtually level, pull through or back-in. A fire pit, great views all day long, lots of trails, petroglyphs around the corner and an easy going atmosphere among fellow campers, supported by knowledgeable rangers. This time we arrived in a C-Class motorhome and stayed for 3 nights. - Eisenga