RV Parks

Ready to hit the road? As the Road Trip Capital of the USA—we can’t say we blame ya. One of the best ways to see Nevada is from behind the wheel, whether it’s your own or you book an RV, aim for the horizon, and cruise. Flex your freedom muscles on thousands of miles of Nevada open road and immerse yourself in amazing state and national parks, towns, and historic districts.

From cozy mom-and-pop RV campgrounds to lush, amenity-packed Nevada RV parks and RV resorts where full hookups are the tip of the iceberg to playing home-is-where-you-park-it wherever you want on Nevada’s vast, stunning public lands, there’s no shortage of places to dock that big rig around here. Let us be your guide.

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Whether it’s the newest item on your bucket list or the best wrong turn you ever took, whichever corner of this state you venture to, you’re bound to uncover the kind of unexpected encounters, memorable characters, and only-in-Nevada experiences that make this place so damn special.

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Throw it in Park at Nevada RV Parks and Campgrounds

Looking for the “full hookups” when it comes to Las Vegas RV parks? There’s no better way to see Death Valley National Park and southern Nevada’s state parks—especially during the summer months—than by inking the deal on an RV rental. Tour your way through some of the country’s lowest, hottest, and driest places in the air conditioned comfort of your rig, then return to some of the state’s bougiest RV sites in Pahrump. Choose from simple RV campgrounds with all the creature comforts, or go big at RV resorts with sprawling lakes, mountain views, hot tubs, and casino gaming. Laughlin, Boulder City, and Mesquite also offer incredible RV camping, as do most southeastern Nevada state parks. 

If that crisp mountain air is calling you, cruise into Nevada RV parks in Carson Valley, with easy access to some of the oldest towns and historical sites in the state, picture-perfect Lake Tahoe, and more state parks. In northeastern Nevada, pilot your rig through jagged peaks and mountain valleys to overnight at places like Angel Lake, Lamoille Canyon, and Great Basin National Park. Best yet, most Nevada RV Parks and Campgrounds are pet friendly—be sure to bring your pups along for the ride as you experience one of the most personal, freeing, and affordable ways to experience the Silver State.