Nevada is most well-known for the Las Vegas Strip and its casinos - and RV rentals in Nevada will not want to miss visiting the famous city. Spend some time in one of many elegantly designed casinos, including Bellagio, the Flamingo, Mirage, and many more, without having to pay the cost of an expensive hotel room at the end of the day. Even for families with young children, there are plenty of activities, including watching entertaining daily performances at the Treasure Island pirate ship, or viewing a volcano eruption at the Mirage. The Adventuredome amusement park is sure to be popular with all family members, with a wide variety of activities including rides, an arcade, a rock climbing wall, a miniature golf course, and more to experience during your rv rental.
Another place to visit during your RV rentals in Nevada are the Southern Nevada Zoological-Botanical Park, and King Tut's Tomb and Museum. The zoo is home to over two hundred species of plants and animals, including more than forty considered endangered species. At the Luxor, King Tut's Tom and Museum hosts a replica of King Tutankhamen's tomb as well as an actual stone used in one of the Pyramids of Giza. Take a guided walking tour through the museum to learn about the history of Egypt and King Tut's tomb.
|Top 10 Travel Destinations in Nevada|
|Las Vegas Casinos and Strip|
|Adventuredome Theme Park|
|Southern Nevada Zoological-Botanical Park|
|King Tut's Tomb and Museum|
|Grand Canyon Tours from Las Vegas|
|Red Rock Canyon|
|Fremont Street Experience|
We offer many types of RV rentals in Nevada including: camper rentals, motorhome rentals, travel trailer rentals, toy hauler rentals, and many other RV rental types for you to choose from. Once you determine the type of RV rental you need it will help you filter your search results. We also have many RV rentals in Las Vegas.
On the Fremont Street promenade, RV rental customers can see the Viva Vision, the world's largest television screen. Its speakers are powered by over five hundred thousand watts, and its display is produced with millions of LED lights. There are also many nearby restaurants and casinos for visitors, and retail kiosks for those who enjoy shopping.
For those in your family more interested in outdoor activities, make a stop at either Lake Tahoe or Red Rock Canyon while on your RV rental vacation. Lake Tahoe is the deepest lake in the United States, and offers many water sports: boating, water skiing, fishing, swimming, and more. Nearby is the Tahoe Rim Trail for those who prefer hiking, and in the summer there are many festivals. Activities in Red Rock Canyon include more than 30 miles trails for hiking, biking, or horse riding, and a 13 mile scenic driving tour - taking this in your rental RV allows you to stop and relax in comfort partway. All in all, RV rentals in Nevada are perfect for the party-goer or the sightseer.