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Las Vegas Guide
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The best camping near Las Vegas, Nevada.

Enjoy the stark beauty of the Nevada desert far from the glittering lights of Las Vegas.


Atlatl Rock Campground

Atlatl Rock Campground

100% Recommend – 13 Responses
Jesse
Jesse: Absolutely love this campground. Drive through for the best spots hidden up in the rock formations. ...
Public campground
Laid Back Las Vegas Farm
Alicia
Alicia: We had a great time!!!! Marelyn made us feel Comfortable immediately and introduced us to her animals...
Direct book$50/night
National forests and state parks located all around Las Vegas make it easy to enjoy Sin City while still sleeping out under the stars and getting some alone time with nature. From campgrounds in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, you can hike or ride your horse through rugged canyons or take advantage of programs at the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. Pitch your Read more...
National forests and state parks located all around Las Vegas make it easy to enjoy Sin City while still sleeping out under the stars and getting some alone time with nature. From campgrounds in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, you can hike or ride your horse through rugged canyons or take advantage of programs at the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area. Pitch your tent near fields of wildflowers in the spring, and don't forget your mountain bike to get up into the wilderness. At Nevada's Valley of Fire State Park, you can hook up your RV or set up camp at a spot surrounded by blazing red rocks that pulse with the power of the setting sun. When hiking in this area, keep an eye out for petroglyphs and petrified wood. The Lake Mead Recreation Area puts you right on the shore of one of the most popular lakes in the desert; bring your own boat or just enjoy swimming in the cool water. And just outside of the city, a stay at the Saddle Sore Ranch promises spectacular sunsets over the desert landscape, with grills, horseshoe and fire rings to unwind.
Arch Rock Campground

Arch Rock Campground

100% Recommend – 8 Responses
Kate
Kate: Wildlife roam free, very picturesque
Public campground
Warren House at Goodsprings
Jonathan
Jonathan: Pitch your tent on the grass of the grounds of historic Warren House, the Goodsprings, Nevada home...
Direct book$50/night
The Las Vegas Strip is the brightest location on earth, and it's visible from outer space.
Hilltop Campground
Close to Las Vegas, Hilltop Campground offers the perfect respite to detox from sin city. Campers can...
Public campground
Stargazing at Tranqvillium

Stargazing at Tranqvillium

83% Recommend – 3 Responses
Stepfanie
Stepfanie: Driving here from southern California was beautiful and peaceful. I called the host to clarify directi...
Direct book$50/night
The golden glow of the Mirage hotel's windows comes from actual gold dust mixed into the glass.
18' Tipi on Working Ranch
Pepper
Pepper: Water Rock Ranch is clean, picturesque 5 acre ranch in Pahrump, Nevada, surrounded by magnificent...
Direct book$125/night
Desert Adventure Homestead
Edwin
Edwin : Our homestead is located in Stewart Valley which is situated between 2 mountain ranges. This location...
Direct book$50/night
The Mojave Desert, which stretches across the California-Nevada state line, is actually the smallest desert in the world.
Fletcher View Campground
Looking for some camping close to Las Vegas where you can explore your wildside? Head to Fletcher View...
Public campground
Mahogany Grove Campground
There is so much more to Las Vegas than the strip. Why not check out the lights of desert skies and...
Public campground
Despite its desert location, the words "Las Vegas" actually mean "the meadows" in Spanish.
McWilliams Campground
This is it, a campground close to Las Vegas that offers a wild and magical island in the desert....
Public campground
Temple Bar Campground
Kristin
Kristin: Gorgeous lake, better with a house boat.
Public campground
The Las Vegas desert valley receives only about 10 centimeters of rain each year.
Hole-in-the-Wall Campground
Jeff
Jeff: The winds can be particularly high in the Mojave Desert, so if you'll be sleeping in a tent, make sure...
Public campground
Mid Hills Campground
Kristina
Kristina: Mojave National Preserve is on of my favorite national parks! Mid Hills is an awesome campground as it...
Public campground
Black Canyon Campground
Desert shrubbery speckles this area, a vast open stretch that certainly preserves the Wild West vibe....
Public campground
Mountain View Open Land
Martin
Martin: Come park right on the property. Pitch your tent, break out your grill or dig a fire pit. Plenty of...
Direct book$25/night
Cool Springs Camping Route 66
Ray
Ray: Tent camping at its best. Fire rings, local hiking and rock hunting of all kinds.   Local wildlife and...
Direct book$20/night
Amazing Sunsets
Kristin
Kristin: You'll be welcomed to Amazing Sunsets with a "moo" from the dozen or so cows roaming the area with the...
Direct book$20/night
Furnace Creek Campground
Mitch
Mitch: While most of the sites do have some sort of tree coverage for shade, not all do. The site we ended u...
Public campground
Big Bend of the Colorado Campground
Stay at Big Bend of the Colorado Campground, near the shores of the Colorado River. The river is cool...
Public campground