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Rent an RV in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a desert city that’s famous for its entertainment, casinos and vibrant nightlife, but it’s also the perfect launchpad for exploring some of America’s most famous natural landmarks. And when it comes to getting up close to jaw-dropping places that you won’t find anywhere else on earth, renting an RV at our Las Vegas station is the way to go. From the breathtaking Grand Canyon to the stunning Death Valley, there are no shortage of amazing destinations to explore. So book an RV rental in Las Vegas today and hit the road!

NEW: Open on Sundays during peak season!

Starting at $99 / night

Where can I pick up my RV rental in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas

Las Vegas

Address

3385 N Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, Nevada 89115
United States

Getting to the station

From Harry Reid International Airport: Head to the bus stop “NB Eastern before Russell.” Take bus 110 to “NB Civic Centre after McDaniel.” Then, walk approximately 4 minutes to the stop “NB Las Vegas before Civic Centre.” Catch bus 113 to “NB Las Vegas after Walnut.” From there, it’s just a 3-minute walk to our location. An easier alternative is Uber/Lyft, especially if you’re arriving with a lot of luggage; typically, an Uber/Lyft costs around $30.

Notice regarding the airport: Unfortunately, you cannot drive any of our campers directly to the airport, as they exceed the maximum height limit. Please keep this in mind if you intend to pick up or drop off someone.

Parking information

There’s free street parking available around our location, such as on N Walnut Rd right alongside the station. However, please be aware that parking is at your own risk.

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Explore Las Vegas RV Rentals

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  • 5
  • 5

Family Freedom Class C RV

  • 325 hp gas engine
  • Spacious kitchen
  • Toilet
  • Air conditioning, space heater, etc.
  • 4
  • 2+1

Couple Condo Class B RV | Sprinter

  • 280 hp gas engine
  • Spacious kitchen
  • Extra large wet bath (hot water)
  • Toilet
  • Without pop-up roof
  • Auxiliary A/C, solar panel, and more
New at roadsurfer roadsurfer Horizon Hopper 4x4 off road RV
  • 4
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Horizon Hopper 4×4 Class B RV | Camper Van

  • 188 hp diesel engine
  • Spacious kitchen
  • Toilet
  • Air conditioning, space heater, etc.

Please note that while roadsurfer RVs come with solar panels, the batteries are not equipped to last for prolonged periods without connecting to shore power. When using the AC, the battery can die in less than a day, causing a shutdown of all electrical componentry in the vehicle. Please take this into consideration when selecting your campsites and their amenities.


Your roadsurfer Benefits



Brand new, fully equipped camper vans & RVs


Unlimited mileage & free 2nd driver


Rebook or cancel with the Flex option up to 48 hours before departure


Camping equipment & kitchen utensils included


Roadside assistance


One-Way Rentals from Las Vegas

Our one-way camper van rental option enhances the flexibility of your journey from Las Vegas. You won’t need to drive the entire way back, allowing you to travel without the constraint of time and explore more during your vacation. With unlimited miles, your freedom knows no bounds when you embark on a one-way road trip from Las Vegas.

How to book your one-way rental with roadsurfer

During the booking process, you have the flexibility to select your desired return location. If you rent your RV or camper van from Las Vegas, you have the option to return it to one of the following stations in the US:

  • Los Angeles
  • San Francisco

How much is the one-way rental fee?

A $449 one-time will be fee applied during the booking process.


Rent a roadsurfer Camper Van or RV in Las Vegas

When road tripping in Las Vegas, don’t limit yourself to the Strip. Consider renting a camper van to explore Nevada’s many spectacular natural wonders. Visit the towering sandstone peaks of Red Rock Canyon in the Mojave Desert (just minutes from downtown) or journey to the marvel of modern engineering that is the Hoover Dam. A slightly longer drive leads to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, while the ominous-sounding but visually stunning Death Valley is also worth a look – especially so if you’re there during a wildflower super bloom!


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Camper vans & RVs with ready-to-go camping gear

Our roadsurfer camper vans and Class C RVs are equipped with everything you may need or want on your road trip. Enjoy a seamless driving experience with built-in navigation, relax and unwind on a big and comfortable bed, and make use of a fully stocked kitchen box that includes a pot and pan, tableware, glasses, utensils, mugs, and a French press for your coffee, allowing you to prepare your favorite meals. Additionally, we provide an outdoor table and camping chairs so you can enjoy your time outside. The only thing you need to bring is a comforter or sleeping bag and your sense of adventure. You can also reserve a comforter when you book your camper van from Las Vegas, along with many other items that you can find on our equipment list.

Important visa information

Please make sure you have the necessary visa before traveling. The following guide applies to all US and Canadian citizens:

  • US and Canadian residents only require proof of USA / CAN citizenship (Passport or NEXUS Card) when crossing the US / Canada border. For US citizens, no visa is required to enter Canada up until 180 days.

Best time of year to visit Las Vegas

If you’re booking an RV rental in Las Vegas, consider aligning your trip with some of the city’s major events.

Experience the high-octane thrill of NASCAR Weekend (March) or dance up a storm at the Las Vegas Electric Daisy Carnival (May). If you plan on coming later in the year, you can saddle up and watch the National Finals Rodeo (December), which attracts the world’s top cowboys and cowgirls.

Just keep in mind that summers can be extremely hot (often reaching 110°F or higher). The shoulder seasons of spring and fall, on the other hand, offer more moderate temperatures for outdoor activities.

Filling and emptying water tanks in Las Vegas

You can usually empty your grey water and refill at any campsite. There’s a KOA not far from our location where you can pay for dumping and filling::

  • Las Vegas KOA Journey, 5225 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV 89122

Gas stations near our Las Vegas

Pease ensure the fuel tank is topped up shortly before returning your RV rental. Depending on the camper model, petrol or diesel and DEF (Diesel Exhaust Fluid) are required. Please check in advance which fuel your camper requires. Failure to return the tanks full may result in a service fee. DEF is available at most Walmart and Target locations. This is the closest gas station near our location:

  • Shell: 3815 E Craig Rd, North Las Vegas, NV 89030

Parking in Las Vegas

Renting a motorhome in Las Vegas is all fun and games… until you need to park in the city. Fortunately, you can find relatively cheap open-air parking with no height restrictions at various casinos.

The Plaza Hotel and Casino, for example, has an oversized parking area for both hotel and non-hotel guests. There’s also super convenient RV parking at Circus Circus, which is the only RV park on the Strip. As for parking outside of the city, all National and State Parks offer RV parking for multiple days. Just remember that in peak season, parking at various natural landmarks can fill up quickly, so make sure to arrive early.

Campgrounds near Las Vegas

Camping in and around Las Vegas is a remarkable experience. Just beyond the city’s vibrant lights, you’ll find a host of RV-friendly campgrounds surrounded by natural beauty.

The Lake Mead National Recreation Area offers diverse landscapes and lakeside camping spots. Valley of Fire State Park, renowned for its red sandstone formations, accommodates RVs at Atlatl Rock and Arch Rock campgrounds.

Our pick of the bunch for anyone renting a camper van in Las Vegas to explore the Grand Canyon is Mather campground. Not only does it offer lots of privacy (despite being quite popular), but it’s also close to hiking trails, such as the scenic Rim Trail, as well as shuttle bus services to various lookout spots that offer sweeping views over this majestic natural wonder.

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