From the pages of I RVing: Fall 2021

Choose Your Oasis

What brings you to Vegas is an excellent indicator for where you should stay. If you’re looking to hit the neon-lit Strip and all the iconic hallmarks, you’ll want to stay close to town at THE OASIS LAS VEGAS. Travelers looking for an equally beautiful, if less mainstream, campground should head into the wild beyond the city. Just under an hour from the heart of the Strip, MCWILLIAMS CAMPGROUND is situated 8,600 feet up the 12,000-foot mountain among towering ponderosa and white pine trees

The Oasis Las Vegas

The Oasis is as close as you can get to parking your RV and setting up camp right on the Strip. Loaded with amenities, including a convenience store, restaurant, banquet hall (quick wedding, anyone?), fitness center, stunning waterfalls, and white-sand beaches featuring two lagoon-style pools, you’ll be in the lap of mobile luxury

McWilliams Campground

<strong>McWilliams Campground is located in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area making it perfect for hiking and mountain biking<strong>

McWilliams Campground stands high above the Las Vegas Valley, and it puts you in proximity to a second kind of paradise. Elevated in the high desert mountains, it’s the perfect parking spot if you’re looking to go off-grid, commune with nature, and leave the vanities of the Valley behind—at least for a few days. While the campground doesn’t offer a full hookup, it’s a great place to boondock, especially if you have solar chargers.




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