Oasis RV Resort

While we were in Las Vegas we stayed at the Oasis RV Resort.  This place was much fancier than the other places we have stayed since we retired, but we are heading into Death Valley, so we decided we could splurge a little.

The Oasis RV Resort is located just south and west of The Strip, but it is a quiet paradise compared to the crowds and noise of the casinos – truly an oasis in the city.  There are 700 campsites in the resort with 24 hour staff and a guarded entrance.  About half the people in the resort are here for the winter or live here full-time.  The rest, like us, are just passing through.  There is a large group of folks here from Alberta Canada.  If I lived in Alberta I would want to winter in Las Vegas too!

The resort has a large clubhouse with a cafe that serves breakfast and lunch.  There is a worship service on Sundays and a campstore.  If you are here for a season you can get a P.O. Box.  Many services come right to your site (i.e. RV washing).  There are several laundries, recycling centers, and bath houses throughout the resort.

Although the sites are not rustic, there are palm trees throughout and there is decent spacing between the RVs.  There are also three swimming pools and a hot tub which are open year round.

The Oasis RV Resort allows easy access to I-15 and the airport.  We were able to get around Las Vegas very conveniently from the Resort.

We enjoyed our time at the Oasis very much and I’m sure we will stay here again the next time we are staying in Las Vegas.

Some of the empty sites
A broad street within the Resort
Bocce ball courts
A resort in the heart of the city
Oasis RV Resort
The Clubhouse
One of the pools
A pergola in the garden
The fountain by the entrance
Some empty “wooded” spots
One RV still decorated for Christmas
Our site in the park