The 10 Best RV Campgrounds in Nevada

With hidden spring-fed meadows and labyrinthine slot canyons, Nevada’s campgrounds surprise at every turn. Check out the 10 best RV parks in Nevada.
Cruise America RV in Valley of Fire, Nevada

You may think that Nevada only has desert and rocks to offer, but you would be mistaken. Nevada’s RV parks surprise you at every turn, with hidden spring-fed meadows, petroglyphs, and labyrinthine slot canyons. Here are the 10 Best RV campgrounds in Nevada to consider for your next road trip.

10 Best RV Parks in Nevada

You won’t want to miss out on these amazing RV campgrounds Nevada has to offer. Whether you’re looking to boondock in Nevada or see Great Basin National Park, we’ve got you covered. Browse the top 10 list to find the best fit for your road trip!

1. Atlatl Rock Campgrounds - Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park
There are two campgrounds in the Valley of Fire State Park –– Arch Rock and Atlatl Rock. Out of the 44 sites at the Atlatl Rock Campground, 20 have electric and water hookups but no sewer. There are showers and restrooms, but the real draw is the fantastic red rock formations, petroglyphs, and petrified trees. 

Amenities: The amenities at the campgrounds in the Valley of Fire State Park include campsites with shaded picnic tables, grills, and water spigots. There is also a visitor center that hosts exhibits on the geology, ecology, prehistory, and history of the park. 

“Best amenities especially loved hot water shower, fire ring, and fire grill. Views are astonishing.” -Yash D.

Fast Facts:

  • Price: $21-40
  • Number of sites: 73
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 55 feet
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes


2. McWilliams Campground

McWilliams Campground
Only 50 miles from Las Vegas, McWilliams Campground is close to Lee Canyon Ski Area. It’s not just fun in the wintertime; in the summer, the Spring Mountains are fed by their numerous springs, creating a verdant oasis in the desert. 

Amenities: At McWilliams Campground, you will find picnic tables, grills, fire rings, flush and vault toilets, drinking water, and trash collection. This is one of the best Nevada RV parks for hiking and biking with more than 60 miles of trails.

“It’s a good climb to get here, but the views are worth it.” -Kathryn N.

Fast Facts:

  • Price: $25-50
  • Number of sites: 40
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 32 feet
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes


3. Lake Mead RV Village at Boulder Beach

Lake Mead RV Village at Boulder Beach
This extensive RV and camping resort is located in Lake Mead National Recreation Area, the country’s first national park. A round trip hike of 2½ miles to Boulder Beach presents some astonishing views. 

Amenities: Lake Mead RV Village at Boulder Beach offers guests fire rings, grills, picnic tables, water spigots, clean restrooms, and shower facilities. Laundry facilities, a well-stocked store, and full hookups round out the amenities. 

“RV spot right along a big open field in front of Lake Mead.” -Dawn

Fast Facts: 

  • Price: $20-70
  • Number of sites: 115
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 100 feet
  • Hookups Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes


4. Red Rock Canyon Campground

Red Rock Canyon Campground
In Nevada, water is as valuable as gold. That’s why Red Rock Canyon, only a 20-minute drive from Las Vegas, is so unique with its 54 year-round water sources. The red sandstone compliments the gray limestone for a stunning backdrop. There are no hookups or showers at this campground, and the facilities include vault toilets. 

Amenities: This RV campground in Nevada features sites with picnic tables, campfire circles, grills, and trash cans. Visitors can access more than 60 miles of hiking trails and over 2000 documented rock climbing routes. 

“All in all, a great campground that I would return to if I'm ever in the area again.” -Sarah S.

Fast Facts:

  • Price: $10-60
  • Number of sites: 71
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 45 feet
  • Hookups: No
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes


5. Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort
Right off the highway and with a wide array of amenities, Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort is well-maintained, clean, professional, and cheerfully run. This is a large, urban resort with quick access to the Strip. 

Amenities: There are multiple pools (one for adults and one for families), cafés, and a market for guests to enjoy. Other amenities at this Nevada RV park include a dump station, picnic tables, electric hookups, and Wi-Fi connectivity. 

“It’s quiet, clean, two pools, a snack bar, and a very yummy restaurant.” -Debbie S.

Fast Facts:

  • Price: $55-92
  • Number of sites: 805
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 90 feet
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes


6. Eagle Valley Resort

Eagle Valley Resort
This adorably Western-themed resort is three miles downstream from Eagle River Reservoir and close to Pioche, Nevada. In this family-run campground, there’s a saloon as well as a market if you forgot something. 

Amenities: As one of the best RV parks in Nevada, Eagle Valley Resort includes full hookups, laundry facilities, shower houses, and flush toilets for campers. The market is stocked with camping necessities, fishing gear, live bait, firewood, bagged ice, and more. 

“A super neat little spot right before you enter Spring Mountain, State Park.” -Brittany B.

Fast Facts:

  • Price: $29-50
  • Number of sites: 25
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 60 feet
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: No
  • Pets allowed: Yes


7. Washoe Lake State Park Campground

Washoe Lake State Park Campground
Close to Reno and Carson City but far enough into the desert to feel like light-years away, Washoe Lake is a spectacular site for a weekend adventure. These are primitive sites broken into two loops with sweeping views of hills and mountains on both sides. 

Amenities: Sites are paved and come with a picnic table, fire ring, and grill. There are showers and flush toilets as well. Some sites have shade structures for a comfortable stay. Lastly, there is a dump station on site. 

“It’s March and we are one of maybe 5 campers.” -Rocco.

Fast Facts:

  • Price: $5-20
  • Number of sites: 49
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 45 feet
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes


8. Great Basin/Upper Lehman Creek Campground

Great Basin/Upper Lehman Creek Campground
A stream threads through this campground, a few miles east of the Nevada and Utah border. The sites aren’t numerous, but they are shaded amidst tall pines, and those on the southern side of the campground can hear the creek’s burble. Although the least visited park in the nation, Great Basin/Upper Lehman Creek Campground has stunning alpine lakes and Bristlecone Pines views.

Amenities: This campground in Nevada is pretty barebones when it comes to amenities. There are vault toilets and potable water access, but no shower or laundry facilities.    

“Sites are situated near the creek, and no matter which one you are at, the bathroom is just a short walk away.” -Yvonne T.

Fast Facts: 

  • Price: $5-20
  • Number of sites: 22
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 25 feet 
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes


9. Cathedral Gorge

Cathedral Gorge
Tucked away in Lincoln County, Nevada, this state park includes labyrinthine slot canyons and a cave system to explore. There are only two dozen campsites here, but most have full hookups. There are a coin-operated shower and basic amenities, but the real attraction at Cathedral Gorge is the gorgeous rock formations. 

Amenities: As stated above, there are showers, and full hookups, along with shaded picnic tables, fire rings, drinking water, Wi-Fi access, and a dump station for guests.

“We had plenty of wildflowers to add to the beauty of the unique geology.” -Michael W.

Fast Facts:

  • Price: $5-20
  • Number of sites: 24
  • RV sites: yes, max length 50 feet
  • Hookups: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes


10. Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge

Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge
Since this campground is free, it’s hard to beat the price. There are pit toilets and no hookups, but for anyone who’s into boating, hiking, biking, or just being out in nature, Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge is an excellent escape.  

Amenities: These sites are primitive, meaning the only amenities are vault toilets and fire rings.

“Just gorgeous scenery, and the campsites are literally right next to the lake.” -Elaine V.

Fast Facts: 

  • Price: Free
  • Number of sites: 15
  • RV sites: Yes, max length 30 feet
  • Hookups: No
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Visiting the best RV parks in Nevada is always an adventure. Whether you like water sports on lakes or reservoirs, checking out petroglyphs and caves, or desert hiking, Nevada has something for you. For all your options, visit The Dyrt’s comprehensive Nevada camping list. Reserve an RV rental from Cruise America today and get on the road!

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