Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

Las Vegas might be known for its glitzy, glamorous resorts lining Las Vegas Boulevard, but there’s more that this city has to offer outside of the Strip.

In fact, Las Vegas is one of the best places to spend the summer, with a whole host of RV resorts and campgrounds for you to enjoy. It can be tough to find the right one, which is why we’ve brought you this exclusive review of the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort.

How to Get There

How to get there

Located at 2711 W. Windmill Lane, Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort is easy to find. It’s located just off Interstate 15 at exit 33B.

After taking exit 33B, you will take Blue Diamond Road, heading east until you take the first right into the park. It’s located right between I-15 and Las Vegas Boulevard.

Cost to Book

Cost to Book
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There are five different sites available at Oasis Las Vegas RV Resorts, and so there are five different rates.

  • Standard: $54.95
  • Deluxe: $59.95
  • Premium: $64.95
  • Premium Plus: $69.95
  • Big Rig: $76.95

The rates as reflected above are for rentals during Sunday through Thursday. If you wish to book on a Friday or Saturday, you will pay an additional five dollars per night. Book no a holiday, and it’s an extra fifteen dollars per night. Please note that all sites are reserved at the time of check-in.

You can also book a monthly site, but these sites are limited. You must get approval in advance, with a $100 electric deposit required. Rates can change without notice.

Planning ahead is smart, too. Not only does Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort honor FMCA, AAA, and Good Sam Discounts, but it’s also home to experienced professionals who can help you plan and facilitate your trip. Give the trained personnel on staff a call, and they can help plan your stay so that you will save money and enjoy every minute of your trip.

Major Features and Amenities

Major Features and Amenities
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At Oasis, you can enjoy the exciting environment of Las Vegas without having to stay within the main city limits. You can relax in the sunny city by day and see the gorgeous city lights by night – while at the same time enjoying all the facilities you’d expect from a top-rated RV resort.

Enter the resort through its luxurious arched entry, and you’ll find yourself surrounded by all the trappings of a 55-acre Casablanca-themed RV resort. Here, you will be nurtured and guided through your stay by an experienced, friendly staff.

The resort is home to a 24,000 square foot clubhouse, where you will find a restaurant, convenience store, fitness center, free modem ports, and even banquet facilities. The campground is also home to waterfalls, white sand beaches, and even two lagoon-style swimming pools (one for adults-only and home to a spa, and one for children).

Everything is styled in tropical-decor and the entire property is lined with gorgeous winding date palms. The RV resort is home to a professional 18-hole putting course.

There are three different RV sites available at Oasis: the standard, the deluxe, and the premium.


Book a standard site, and you’ll be able to choose from several different back-in sites that line the perimeter of the resort. They are also lined in tandem in the southern section of the resort. These sites are furthest from the clubhouse and other amenities, and do not come with picnic tables. They are surrounded by a desert landscape.


The deluxe sites at Oasis are all pull-through sites and are located closer to amenities and the clubhouse than standard sites. They come with picnic and lawn tables but cost more than standard sites.


A premium site can be either pull-through or back-in and is located the closest to all the resort amenities, including the clubhouse. These also come with picnic and lawn tables, and are more expensive than deluxe sites. If you want to pay an additional five dollars, you can also upgrade to a gorgeous “premium plus site.”

Pay the extra, and you’ll benefit from back-in sites with barbeque pits, extended grassy areas, and separate fencing. If you have a big rig, you can also pay a bit extra than what you would pay for a premium plus site to receive more acreage. These big rig sites are ninety feet and are great for pull-throughs. They are located in the South Park area of the resort.

Regardless of which type of site you select, you’ll receive amenities such as:

  • Cable (with 28 different channels!)
  • Free Wifi
  • Landline telephone jacks
  • Concrete Slabs
  • Sewer
  • 20, 30 and 50 amp service
  • Access to six comfort stations around the resort with showers, laundry, and restroom facilities
  • A dump station
  • Propane for sale in the campground’s storage area
  • 24-hour security with a centurion present at the front gate at all times

Nearby Attractions

Nearby Attractions
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Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort is within close proximity to all the attractions that Las Vegas has to offer. Stay with Oasis, and you’ll benefit from a variety of special discounts and coupons, too.

For example, you can receive discounted rates on walking and helicopter tours of the Grand Canyon along with Zion, Bryce Canyon, and more. It’s also close to the Silverton Aquarium and Casino Lodge along with Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World.

Plus, the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort is only six miles from the strip! Here, you’ll enjoy all the attractions this area has to offer, from casinos to nightlife and everything in between.

Why It’s Awesome

At Oasis, you can check in 22 hours a day, seven days a week. The only time check-ins and check-outs are off-limits is between the hours of 5 and 7 am. Otherwise, you can come and go whenever you please.

Bringing pets with you? Oasis is pet-friendly (as long as you don’t have more than three). If you don’t have pets and don’t like being bothered by them, the resort also has a no-pet zone. It’s one of the few pet-friendly resorts near Las Vegas. In addition to the pet-friendly sites, there’s also a Pet Park on Windmill Lane just outside the resort.

Visit Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort, and you’ll benefit from a variety of services and facilities. Not only does the clubhouse serve breakfast and lunch, but the exercise room is well-equipped and the convenience store is well-stocked with toiletries, groceries, and even souvenirs.

The Banquet Hall inside the clubhouse hosts regular events like Monday Night Movie Night. There are heated children’s and adult’s pools – which are separate for added convenience and open daily from 8 am to 11 pm. There’s even a golf course, horseshoe pits, and bocce ball for you to enjoy!

Plus, rally clubs and RV clubs are welcome here. There are discounted rates for groups as small as ten to those as large as 150. Attend Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort for a rally, and you’ll benefit from amenities like outdoor recreation areas, a large ballroom, and meeting room space. The resort can also arrange fine dining of your choosing, too, and is staffed with a full-time events coordinator who can not only help plan on-site activity but facilitate those outside the resort, too.

What to Be Aware Of

While staying at Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort yields very few complaints from travelers, there are a few things to be aware of.

Ford starters, the resort charges an additional $2 per person per day for occupants greater than a total of four. In addition, although there is a dump station, you will need to pay $25 to do so. That being said, it is open seven days a week from 7 am until 9 pm.

The Oasis Las Vegas Resort has a pretty rigorous cancellation policy, too, although this isn’t totally out of the ordinary among comparable resorts. If you do not cancel by noon on the day prior to your arrival date – or if you simply do not show up for your reservation – you will be charged a fee of $60.

The pool and spa do have their own list of rules, although these are pretty basic. For example, you must use the showers prior to entering the pool and visitors under the age of eighteen cannot use the pool or spa without an adult present.

Other complaints about this RV park are minimal. Some visitors say that some of the standard sites are a bit too close to the road, resulting in a fair amount of road noise. They are also close to several bus stops, which can lead to overcrowding.

Otherwise, reviews are positive. The sites are level and well-maintained, and with more than 1000 sites to choose from – along with plenty of amenities – you will truly enjoy your visit here.

How to Make a Reservation

Give Oasis Las Vegas Resort a call to book your next stay. You can get more information about group accommodations and available discounts by calling the resort.

Here, you’ll benefit from “champagne-class amenities” at an affordable price. You can call the customer service phone number, 1-800-566-4707, to book your stay, or you can email reservations@oasislasvegasrvresort.com. The friendly staff will walk you through every step of the process.

An added bonus of booking online? You’ll get a 10% off discount on all daily rates!

The number of lodging choices when you visit Las Vegas can be downright overwhelming. From hotels to resorts and even nearby campgrounds outside the city limits, you might feel like there are simply too many options to make an educated decision.

Don’t let the chaos distract you from planning the perfect visit. At Oasis, you’ll get everything you could possibly need and want – and then some.

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