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Best Campervan Campgrounds Near Las Vegas

With dozens of themed hotels and casinos, amazing shows, extravagant buffets, and tons of other ways to have fun (often a little too much fun), Vegas has something for almost everyone. But there are also ways to enjoy yourself outside of Vegas; the city is a great starting point for some excellent RV or campervan camping trips.

There are several renowned national parks near Las Vegas. The Grand Canyon and Bryce Canyon National Park are both about four hours away; Zion National Park is about three hours away; and Death Valley is only a two-hour drive from Las Vegas—just to name a few.

So, spend a few days in Sin City and then de-sin on the road, all while soaking in some beautiful scenery.

Here are some of the best RV and campervan campgrounds near Las Vegas.

Mesquite Spring
Death Valley National Park, California

Mesquite Spring is an NPS campground on the northern end of Death Valley National Park, around two hours from Las Vegas. It offers 30 sites with restrooms, water, tables, fire pits, and a dump station.

The sky around Mesquite Spring is very dark, which makes for some incredible views of stars, and the daytime views, particularly of the surrounding mountains, are beautiful too. There are also some great day hike opportunities near the campground. Note that there is no cell service at Mesquite Spring; you can get a signal at the main road a couple miles away.

Death Valley United State

Lake Mead RV Village
Boulder City, Nevada

Situated less than an hour from Sin City, Lake Mead offers some of the best camping near Las Vegas. There are 700 miles of shoreline that you can enjoy by swimming, boating, waterskiing, fishing, and more.

Lake Mead RV Village has 115 sites, many of which are pull-thru, and all have power, water, sewer, and cable TV. Most sites have Wi-Fi, and there is a 24-hour laundry facility on-site. The village is walking distance to Boulder Beach and there is a launch ramp nearby.

Trailer Village RV Park
Grand Canyon National Park

Considered by many to be one of the seven wonders of the natural world, the Grand Canyon should absolutely be on your bucket list if you haven’t seen it already. Visitors can take in the stunning scenery while hiking numerous trails, going rafting, and gazing at waterfalls.

Trailer Village RV Park is located within Grand Canyon National Park, on the south rim (about a four hour drive from Vegas). There are 84 RV sites, with full hookups at most sites and 30 and 50 amp available. There are both back in and pull-through sites and showers, laundry facilities, potable water, a dump station, and Wi-Fi at the lodge nearby.

two hikers in the Grand Canyon

Dorst Creek Campground
Sequoia National Park

Known for its giant sequoia trees and for the General Sherman tree, the largest tree in the world, Sequoia National Park is definitely worth a visit. The Dorst Creek Campground is situated between Grant Grove and Giant Forest, which makes it a convenient location for exploring both Sequoia National Park and nearby Kings Canyon National Park.

This campground has 218 individual sites and four sites for large groups; reservations are strongly recommended. The campground can accommodate almost any size RV and trailer and offers pull-through sites. There are flush toilets and a dump station on site, and showers, laundry facilities, and groceries are available at Wuksachi Lodge, about six miles away, and Lodgepole Market, around eight miles away.

Jumbo Rocks Campground
Joshua Tree National Park

Located in Joshua Tree National Park, about a three-hour drive from Las Vegas, Jumbo Rocks Campground offers views of beautiful rock formations around the campsite. There are 124 individual/family sites, almost two dozen of which can accommodate RVs up to 35 feet long. Stay at Jumbo Rocks if you’re looking for a back-to-basics experience; it’s dry camping here, with no hookups or water, and the closest town is about 12 miles away. Sites have fire rings and picnic tables.

Jumbo Rocks Joshua Tree - Rock Climber