(Notice from the author – I must confess that most, if not all of the information that I used for these gambling campground posts, I got from my favorite magazine “Trailer Life”. (I Checked on”copyright protection” to be sure that I didn’t commit any copyright violations). These were good articles on great campgrounds.You really should subscribe to "Trailer Life". I know that you would enjoy it!
Circus Circus Casino/KOA Circusland RV Park ( Las Vegas,Nevada
Circus Circus Casino Camping
Ah, to be a kid again. The kind of kid who can gamble and imbibe legally, of course. On the famous Las Vegas Stripe, Circus Circus Casino captures much of the showy frivolity that P.T.Barnum did yet surrounds its arcade games and circus acts with games of chance. Adults can flip cards or toss dice while children or grandchildren vie for stuffed animals, and everyone will gasp or smile at the various circus acts that are free. for viewing.
Circus Circus Camping Pool
The truest family-friendly option on property is the adjacent Adventuredome, in which roller-coasters and other rides tempt kids of all ages. Even though the rides cost money, if the travelers’ luck is running cold in the casino, they can pay for the rides and actually feel as though they’re saving money.
Circus Circus Casino Adventuredome
In the shadow of the 3,767-room hotel, KOA Circusland RV Park is the only RV Park on the Strip and delivers location-location-location to the RVers who stay in its 399 full-hookup sites. More than 101,000 square feet of gaming area are within an eye-blink of the park’s swimming pool, spa, arcade, convenience store and pet run.
Circus Circus Casino Las Vegas, (702) 734-0410 www.circuscircus.com: Las Vegas/KOA Circus Circus, (702) 733-9707, www.koa.com
Silverton Casino Lodge/Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort (Las Vegas,Nevada)
Just hanging out
If RVers enjoy the convenience, dining options and recreational pursuits that a megalopolis such as Las Vegas provides but loathe trying to negotiate the Stripe, they can accomplish a win-win by staying at the Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort, then taking the shuttle to the Silverton Casino. The latter provides the requisite slots, table games, poker room, keno and sports book but also delivers the unexpected: a 117,000-gallon saltwater aquarium that has been the best free attraction in Las Vegas and a 165,000-square-foot Bass Pro Shops on-site.
Silverton beautiful neat sites
Across I-15 from the Silverton and three miles south of Mandalay Bay, Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort provides a tranquil base in which RVers can relax. A beach front family pool , waterfalls and an adult pool and spa contribute to the accuracy, of the resorts aquatic name. A natural-grass 18-hole putting course, horseshoe pits and a fitness center provide ample ways to unwind , and a pet park and seven separate pet runs allow four-legged guests to perambulate. Standard deluxe and premium sites, including pull-throughs, deliver 20, 30 and 50 amps, and all sites offer free cable and telephone access.
We stayed two weeks at this campground and can tell you that it is as good as they say it is! ows, that were great!
Silverton Casino,(866) 722-4608, www.silvertoncasino.com:Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort,(800) 566-4707,www.oasislasvegasrvresort.com
The chuckle for today!
A True Car Story – Allegedly
A man goes to a party and has too much to drink. His friends plead with him to let them take him home. He says no – he only lives a mile away.
About five blocks from the party the police pull him over for weaving all over the road, ask him to get out of the car and take the breathalyser test. Just as he is about to blow into the bag, the police radio informs the policemen of a robbery taking place in a house a short distance away.
The police tell the partygoer to remain where he is, they will be right back; and they run down the street to the robbery.
The guy waits and waits and finally decides to drive home. When he gets there, he tells his wife he is going to bed, and to tell anyone who might come looking for him that he has ‘flu and has been in bed all day.
A few hours later the police knock on the door. They ask if Mr. X lives there and his wife says yes. They ask to see him and she replies that he is in bed with ‘flu and has been there all day. However, the police have his driver’s license. They ask to see his car, and she asks why. They insist on seeing his car, so she takes them to the garage and opens the door where they find the police car, lights still flashing.