May 16, 2021 - reviewed by Pedrini
If you have seniors with you there is a half mile hike to the casino. We asked for the closest site but were given something past the dog park. Water went out one day with no explanation and no eta on a fix.
April 23, 2021 - reviewed by Jason D
Stayed here April 12th 2021 for one night. Woke up to a guy stealing my bike off the back of my RV! Had to chase him across the parking lot in my PJs to get my bike back. Called the next day and was told by a manager “ we don’t care”.
Never stay here again!
AVOID AT ALL COST.
March 18, 2021 - reviewed by walt busch
for price there are alternatives but ok
wifi in hotel rooms but not in rv park. have to pay to use hotel pool area although paying $50 a nite for a week more if daily. so basically you get full hook up and not much else. we were next to a trailer that seemed to be there full time from all the junk lying around his site.
the grounds were clean. staff seemed a little put out when i asked questions about services/amenities. think it is a crime the rv park is so far a walk from the casino and they dont have a shuttle. my wife-has trouble walking so they would have gotten more-of our business. instead since we had to use our own car we checked out other casinos
March 10, 2021 - reviewed by Mellybelle
Close To Strip
Was concerned after reading previous reviews about security but we had no issues on one night stay. Security car regularly was in lot. Showers were unusable.
This is updated from last year as we stayed 4 nights this year. Very quiet due to COVID. They no longer lock gate but we had no issues. Handy to strip. Can catch the Deuce to ride up and down all day for $8 nearby. We called and used our rewards card from circus circus last year and got $10 off a night in Rv park so for $32 a night was a great deal. Less than resort fees at any hotel on strip.
April 28, 2019 - reviewed by Rick
We have stayed at the rv park a couple times now. We have not had any issues with theft or noise, it is just a parking lot but there is a pool and it is right on the strip, easy walk to every thing. No complaints
January 17, 2019 - reviewed by Pierre Dupre
We had our Two electric fat bikes stolen the First DAY we arrived even of they were locked, had no cooperation from security and management !!!
December 25, 2018 - reviewed by Amy T
Not An Impressive Park But Okay Price
With not too many options for RV parking, this was a good option for us. We wanted to be able to walk to the Strip and have easy parking access. Circus Circus provided a basic parking lot with full hookups plus decent bathrooms with hot showers. We were put in a back space in the corner of a fairly empty lot for our 2-night stay. Right away, we didn’t feel like there was much security (although we did see security riding a bike once in the early morning) and even saw a guy jump the fence shortly after we arrived, saying he “didn’t want to walk around” to the entrance. I would not have stayed in my camper alone without my husband or a friend. Not an impressive park, but reasonably priced.
November 16, 2018 - reviewed by Dan
. Not A Safe Place For Families.
Had a bike stolen off my rig. Security was hostile towards me for calling them. I was parked in front of a security camera they won't review the footage or tell me if it is even on. Bottom line the security guard is here only to enforce the times that you are supposed to check in and out or if you're loud. If the cameras work they won't review them or use them to help you out. You have better security on your own. If you looking for a safe secure place this is NOT the place for you. If you call security they just tell you to call the police department anyways. No help. I understand just a 1400dolloer bicycle got stolen. But this shows if you truly needed help the security or cameras are not here to help you.
November 10, 2018 - reviewed by Kevin
Two Night Stay
Giant parking lot. Chose this place for location and price. $90 for 2 nights. Walked a good 20 miles during my stay. I'm used to what some might call disturbing sounds.. it is Vegas after all. But all in all not too bad.
August 22, 2018 - reviewed by Jay-P
Actually, we were pleasantly surprised at the quietness of the RV Park at night in Vegas. We had a late arrival so had to go all the way back thru the casino from front entrance on the strip to register at the hotel registration. Wish someone would have shared that arriving after 7:30pm requires hotel registration which is located at the back - it was a long haul with young children thru a smoky Casino. Definitely hot and disappointed that the pool closes so early and opens at 10:30am! Overall was a decent stay despite the limitations.
July 26, 2018 - reviewed by Rving
Huge parking lot is all this is which is fine but incredibly hot. Get a space closer to the clubhouse or on the back right by the big parking garage. Car alarms will go off all night but the big parking garage makes for all day shade. There is no wifi for the rv park, they got rid of it a in June 2018
It could use some attention to maintenance And a cleaning once in a while. The hotel is close enough and those bathrooms are very clean. The rv park bathrooms and showers were not clean.
March 31, 2018 - reviewed by DeBussey
Plus Or Minus
The site itself is ok and good if you want to walk up and down the strip (or Uber, etc ). But anything not chained down will be stolen. My bike was, and they cut through a heavy cable to get it. I set up video and watched guys roaming and looking in cars during the night. There is armed security on bicycles, I doubt there is any violent crime, but this is "sin city" and you may be on the receiving end of someone else's sins.
The police barely have time to take the report. You can call 311 (non emergency number) in case you need to for insurance purposes.
Personally, I'm never staying here again. Your mileage may vary.
March 24, 2018 - reviewed by DES
Parking Lot With Hookups
This is a large asphalt and cement parking lot with hook-ups. But hey, it's on the (lowerend) of the strip and since most of the casinos are now charging something like $15 an hour for regular car parking...this space is a deal. Park your RV and then walk, train, Uber, Lyft, or taxi to the new part of Vegas. We have a dog and there are very few spaces for the dogs to do their business. (By the way, pickup after your dogs people).
I am glad this RV parking location is on the strip and glad we didn't have to fight traffic daily to get here.
I have read many reviews ( on other sites) of thefts and break-ins happening here. We did not experience that, but I locked everything up.
March 10, 2018 - reviewed by Troy
Better Then KOA
When I heard KOA was moving I was initially upset thinking the campground was closing. Thankfully, MGM (Circus Circus parent company) kept it open.
Sites are big, pool is great, there’s a water park with slides on site and yes even though there are very few trees, the 50 amp electricity let me be comfy by using both air units. The city noise is not overwhelming.
The store is well stocked and there’s a nice clubhouse. Internet is complimentary and had a strong single with acceptable speed.
Another perk is that The Deuce picks up in front of Circus Circus casino within 1/4 walk from the park.
August 29, 2017 - reviewed by Nina
too expensive for nothing
the restrooms were dirty! the pool overcrowded, no shadows, no laundry, showers were really dirty!
for one night $77. it sucks
April 1, 2017 - reviewed by Bob
We wanted to stay at Circus Circus and I use this app and click on the KOA. Made my reservations and 50 miles from showing up found out that they are not at the circus circus that the KOA is over at Sam's Town 7 miles from the strip. However I called Circus Circus directly and it was almost twice the amount to stay at Circus Circus versus KOA at Sam's Town.
December 19, 2016 - reviewed by Short
I cannot imagine there is a better place to stay in an RV in Vegas. This is the "Circus Circus RV Park", not a KOA. This awesome place makes me wonder what other RV spots I'm missing out on using this app due to listings that have not been updated. Great dog park. Big showers with hot water. Overnight security. The classic Peppermill/Fireside Lounge is right across the street. Use Lyft to get out of there.
October 4, 2015 - reviewed by JohnJ
Circus Circus is no longer a KOA campground. KOA is now at SAMs Town.