Last weekend my family visited the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort and stayed 4 days and 3 nights. This RV park only serves Class A motorhomes, and boasts the fact that 80% of its spots are owned. We arrived at night and were shown to our spot by a helpful employee.
This pet-friendly resort is gated and open year-round. It’s 41 acres and about a 20 minute drive from the main Las Vegas strip.
Upon arrival, we were greeted by a beautiful patio set, complete with full BBQ and sink.
The tree-lined streets and the way the resort is laid out make you feel like you’re the only camper there. I’ve camped in every kind of place from glorified parking lots to resorts full of amenities, but the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort takes the top prize as far as amenities and guest service.
We rented a car as to avoid towing my car or having to hassle with taxis and Uber drivers. Instead of having to visit the rental car office, the LVM Resort concierge pre-arranged the car to be delivered to the resort. It was there when we arrived, right on time. We got the keys from the guard and had a car ready to go for our adventures the next day.
After a long day spelunking around Vegas, we were happy to go “home” to Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort and eat a delicious dinner on the patio. While we didn’t use the BBQ, everything looked very clean and well-maintained.
I had the opportunity to visit the gym, which was a short walk from my spot. It was surprisingly well-equipped; offering weight lifting machines, cardio machines, and even dumbbells. There was also a mens’ and women’s locker room, both offering saunas. However, upon trying to enter the sauna we realized the light was broken. A maintenance man visited during my gym session and said he would come back to fix the sauna light but never did.
The “Diner” is a Ruby’s-esque restaurant, which would have been really helpful except for the fact that it closed before 3pm every day. Photo credit for photo below: LVM Resort.
In addition to the Diner, saunas, and gym there were other great choices. You could also find laundry facilities, tennis courts, and a tiny putting green. 24/7 security made us feel safe, and check out was as easy as check in. The map alludes to a pet exercise area although we did not visit it as the furry one did not come along on this trip.
My main complaint about the resort is that every street looks the same, and there are NO street signs. Trying to navigate in a huge motorhome, without any street signs, was difficult. We had to rely completely on Google Maps to guide us to our spot. They give you a spot number instead of a street address, making the process even more difficult.
MILITARY: Active Duty and Veterans receive a discount at this resort.
Overall, I would recommend visiting the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort. It’s a great choice for motorhome owners who are looking for a luxurious experience.