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500 Circus Circus Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89109
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The RV Park at Circus Circus Las Vegas offers RV vacationers convenient outdoor living accommodations just a stone’s throw from the fun and excitement of the Las Vegas Strip! The park features 170 big-rig sites with full hookups, 60 to 80-foot pull-throughs with options for grass, patios and outdoor furniture. RV Guest amenities include an on-site convenience store, laundry facilities, dog park and seasonal swimming pool & hot tub!
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Fisher99 wrote a review Apr 2022
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I don't get what people are talking about in their negative reviews. We recently spent 2 nights there and had a great experience. Yes, it's a big concrete parking lot but it's clean and well arranged with easy to access RV spaces (even for my 54' combined truck/trailer length). The pool was clean and nice and the grounds were free of trash. I do understand concerns about security, as it isn't exactly the best area in Las Vegas, but the park is surrounded by a security fence with automated gates and we often saw sequrity riding around on bikes. I'm not trying to minimize those who have experienced thefts, but we had no problems while we were there. The location is simply hard (impossible?) to beat if you want to be near the strip in your RV. And for $8.00 you can get a 24 hour pass on "The Deuce" bus which will take you to anyplace on the strip, including the old Freemont Street Experience. Hop on and off as much as you like for 24 hours. In short, don't be scared off by the negative posts. We will absolutely stay here again if we ever end up down this way in the RV in the future. It's not a nicely landscaped, scenic park where you would want to just hang out at your RV for a few days in your lawn chair, but if you want great access to the strip, this is the place to be.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Michon B wrote a review Jan 2022
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It’s basically a dirty rundown parking lot. Despite security guards periodically biking around the lot, a guy tried to go through our storage bins on the first morning…and this was while we were in the RV! Dog park is a dusty mess and every time I walk my dogs over to it, one of them finds some garbage on the ground that I have to wrestle out of their mouth. Septic drain caps don’t fit, so most of the septic is just wide open. There is literally nothing in the office/store. The pool and hot tub are very rundown, we can’t even tell if it’s actually open even though there is water in them. There is only one way in and out of the park with a gate you have to operate yourself. This should make you feel safer, except just past the gate there is a three foot high cinder block wall you could easily crawl over. The casino is just as bad. Rundown with hardly anything consistently open. The only positive thing I can say is that it is located inside Vegas with access to the strip. Although you will need to walk half an hour to an hour through rough areas to get to anything decent you might want to do in Vegas. My suggestion is take a cab/Uber. The cherry on top was we paid $65/night for the privilege of staying at this dump. If I had it to do again, I would choose a nice park outside the city, and just drive or cab it in.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled
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Kate B wrote a review Jun 2021
Denver, Colorado3 contributions2 helpful votes
Although checking into the RV Park was a nightmare since the park is not staffed, once checked in, we enjoyed our stay. The pool is very nice and the park has a lot of security and felt very safe. While this is essentially a parking lot with full hook-ups, it's a affordable and easy option for a quick Vegas stay.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Amgs16 wrote a review Jun 2021
Johnson City, Tennessee179 contributions82 helpful votes
We arrived at the RV Park around 430pm and the office was closed with a sign on the door “closed until further notice”. Nice. The sign instructed me to walk towards the gate and use the house phone to talk to the front desk. I pick up the phone which puts me on hold “in the order this was was received” while I stand in the 106 degrees sunshine. Finally the front desk assigns my RV spot and we hook up. My kids were excited to walk over and pay $10 to enjoy the Circus Circus hotel new pool/slides area. We found out it closed at 6pm! It didn’t get dark until 830pm and the temperature are much cooler…makes zero sense for a family hotel/RV park. Also be advised there are people living in the RV park with trash, tarps, empty containers strewn about…clothes all over the ground. Very unappealing to visiting guests. There should be more boundaries on the long term RV parkers. Wouldn’t stay again.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled
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M. Olson wrote a review Apr 2021
Las Vegas, Nevada1 contribution1 helpful vote
This is one place to avoid like the plague. I stayed there for 6 months. They put fraudulent charges on my credit card and when I called them out on it they had the police come at midnight to trespass me. They have a guard shack but no guard ever on duty. I am a 55 year old single woman living alone in my RV. Their maintenance guy is super creepy. He told me if I ever need any help to call him...then the next day he disconnected my water and cable. I went and hooked it back up myself. The day after that he showed up mad because I didn't call him for help. The laundry room code changes every week but they don't send you the code. You have to go in and ask for it. Once they even locked the gate at night when there was no one on duty to open it. The staff are hella rude. There are much better places in the Las Vegas area to go with your RV. I found a much better much nicer RV Park not to far from downtown Las Vegas. I recommend staying far away from Circus Circus RV park.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Frequently Asked Questions about The RV Park at Circus Circus
Which popular attractions are close to The RV Park at Circus Circus?
Nearby attractions include Circus Circus Adventuredome Theme Park (0.4 km), Circus Circus Midway (0.4 km), and En Fuego Cigars & Lounge (0.3 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The RV Park at Circus Circus?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and a hot tub.
What are some restaurants close to The RV Park at Circus Circus?
Conveniently located restaurants include THE Steak House, Golden Steer Steakhouse Las Vegas, and Capriotti's Sandwich Shop.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The RV Park at Circus Circus?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at The RV Park at Circus Circus?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to The RV Park at Circus Circus?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Little Church of the West (6.1 km), Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort (5.2 km), and Hartland Mansion (2.4 km).
Is The RV Park at Circus Circus accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.