Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps
Very Nice park
We really liked this park. It is very close to strip, airport, shopping, and the lake. The sites are good sized and have concrete pads. There are two nice sized pools, one is an adult pool. Shower/bath are large and very clean. We would definitely stay here again.
Great Place to Stay
Easy access, lots of amenities and reasonably priced
Great RV park
Love this park, I have a class A bus, great parking, nice lots very clean. Right out of park then left and your on Las Vegas Blvd (the strip) pricing is good and the cafe and pool is outstanding. Been here 5 times now.
One of the best parks I have ever stayed at. They had a cafe and a store as well as everything else a first class place has. Nice big level concrete pads are a plus....If you go to Las Vegas, stay here....it's the best! Close to stores and the strip.
Used Passport America. They accept it during summer only. People: read the PA restrictions before jumping to conclusions.
This is a very well maintained park. I like that there is a separate adult pool.
Great park. Great facilities. Great price. Will be back
Where do I begin? This place is phenomenal! It is 5 stars, the sun, and the moon! From the day we made our reservation to the day we left the resort, everyone here went out of the way to be accommodating. Like Vegas, this place is bustling with activity but it is also quiet. The sites are a decent size with grass and a picnic table concrete area, and enough room to park our 350 Dually. The amenities were top notch: pool and spa (even a separate pool area for just kids and families), appealing landscaping and a waterfall, putting greens all around the property, dog areas, clean shower, bath, and laundry facilities, large convenience store, a cafe that serves breakfast and lunch at reasonable prices, a fitness center (decent enough for me to modify for a maintenance work out, even though I travel equipped for my workouts), and they seem to have resort activities on schedule and even church services. The only downside I can think of is that you must pay for Internet access at your site although Internet access in the lobby is free (no big deal to us, as we just used data from our phone on a personal hotspot). The resort also has great security, not that it is needed. The LV Strip is about 4 miles away and will cost you around $20 one way to get a cab. The resort also has a detailed list of recommended vendors, which was very useful. The best part is that the price tag on a place like this wasn't much more than we've paid for some basic KOA's or places that I rate as 3 stars. This place will be our "home is where you park it" anytime we are in the Vegas area. Even if you lose your shirt on the strip, you hit the jackpot when you stay at Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort!
If you have kids, STAY AWAY !
This is not a kid friendly place, we have 5 young children, with really no entertainment or play ground for kids, we brought our own, for our own children to play on, a portable bounce house (see image). Not long after setting it up we heard a loud pounding on the door and the "head security" demanded "take that down now!"... Not nice at all, he could have handled this situation in a much better way but instead he chose to be an ass about it. For this reason I'm giving the Oasis a rating of 0 for their unprofessional head security and unaccommodating attitude. Sure I might have an ax to grind but really we're just nice people with a 5,4,3,2,1 to entertain and really didn't need the unpleasantness of the all powerful head security guard, that is all.
Oasis Las Vegas RV Park
Large park, 4 different pricing levels for sites. We stayed in “Deluxe” ($51.41 w tax) which had level cement pad, small cement patio, and very nice grassy area. Very nice hard surface interior roads, making parking very easy. Had full service hook-ups. Small dirt dog run inside park, but has much larger dirt dog park outside fenced perimeter (which requires getting a key to easily access). Park appeared to have many other amenities which we did not use on this 1-night stop-over. Overall, a very comfortable park.