Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

★★★☆☆
  • 2711 W Windmill Ln

    Las Vegas, NV 89123

    Cross street: Blue Diamond and I-15

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  • 702-997-8532

About Oasis Las Vegas RV Resort

Hours
Daily 7am-10pm ; Open 7 Days

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While the facilities are nice, they are in decline as the park is having severe financial difficulties. Years of incompetent management, high staff turn over, decreasing occupancy and a "screw you" attitude have driven all but the transient guests away.

Snowbirds no longer stay here as they have continually raised prices to what are now ridiculous levels. The park is at about 15% occupancy with a good number of the spaces being used for storage, with semi trucks and commercial trailers. Very unsightly for a park that charges such a premium.

Other parks in town are $200-$300 per month less expensive and don't gouge you $0.16 per KWH for electric, (that's about $250 per month in the summer running two A/C units) which I found out is illegal. They pay an annual average $0.09 KWH which adds up to an 80% mark up. When I addressed this with the General Manager, she suggest I leave the park. I did, and will filing a criminal complaint with the Nevada PUC as well as a civil action. They also charge lodging tax to long term residents improperly/illegally are now being audited. A request for a refund was refused, she suggested I sue them.

I am a full time RV'er and this is the most poorly run park I've stayed in adjusted for price. It is expensive! Sure we all have stayed in some dumps, but those are cheap!

Stay somewhere else. They do not deserve your patronage. There are many nice RV parks in Las Vegas that are happy to have your business.

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★☆☆☆☆

While the facilities are nice, they are in decline as the park is having severe financial difficulties. Years of incompetent management, high staff turn over, decreasing occupancy and a "screw you" attitude have driven all but the transient guests away.

Snowbirds no longer stay here as they have continually raised prices to what are now ridiculous levels. The park is at about 15% occupancy with a good number of the spaces being used for storage, with semi trucks and commercial trailers. Very unsightly for a park that charges such a premium.

Other parks in town are $200-$300 per month less expensive and don't gouge you $0.16 per KWH for electric, (that's about $250 per month in the summer running two A/C units) which I found out is illegal. They pay an annual average $0.09 KWH which adds up to an 80% mark up. When I addressed this with the General Manager, she suggest I leave the park. I did, and will filing a criminal complaint with the Nevada PUC as well as a civil action. They also charge lodging tax to long term residents improperly/illegally are now being audited. A request for a refund was refused, she suggested I sue them.

I am a full time RV'er and this is the most poorly run park I've stayed in adjusted for price. It is expensive! Sure we all have stayed in some dumps, but those are cheap!

Stay somewhere else. They do not deserve your patronage. There are many nice RV parks in Las Vegas that are happy to have your business.

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The bathrooms are in need of renovation. It is right along the freeway. But they have 3 great Oasis like pools, encluding one for kids and one for no kids :) free mini putt putt course is some what entertaining. They do have security 24 hr is nice

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★★★☆☆

The bathrooms are in need of renovation. It is right along the freeway. But they have 3 great Oasis like pools, encluding one for kids and one for no kids :) free mini putt putt course is some what entertaining. They do have security 24 hr is nice

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They call this a 5 star resort and on the surface it may appear so. The bathrooms didn't have hot water and are falling apart, the cable doesn't work most of the time, the washers and dryers don't work, and worst yet, they say they have WIFI at every site, but it seldom works. I complained to the management, Cindy and Dana (husband and wife) who did nothing. I left messages for Dana (GM) who didn't even call me back. When their son came to the RV about the internet, he showed me how his lap top worked fine, but upon questioning, he has his receiver boosted to allow him to atually receive internet. Overall, this park has the smoke and mirrors of a great park, but structurally it is falling apart and management is terrible. I used to come here years ago and the park was filled weeks in advance, but now it is about 40% vacant all of the time.
They don't care about their patrons, their management is pretty much incompetent and their service staff no little if anything about the RV lifestyle. For the money, a poor value overall.

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★★☆☆☆

They call this a 5 star resort and on the surface it may appear so. The bathrooms didn't have hot water and are falling apart, the cable doesn't work most of the time, the washers and dryers don't work, and worst yet, they say they have WIFI at every site, but it seldom works. I complained to the management, Cindy and Dana (husband and wife) who did nothing. I left messages for Dana (GM) who didn't even call me back. When their son came to the RV about the internet, he showed me how his lap top worked fine, but upon questioning, he has his receiver boosted to allow him to atually receive internet. Overall, this park has the smoke and mirrors of a great park, but structurally it is falling apart and management is terrible. I used to come here years ago and the park was filled weeks in advance, but now it is about 40% vacant all of the time.
They don't care about their patrons, their management is pretty much incompetent and their service staff no little if anything about the RV lifestyle. For the money, a poor value overall.

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Considering that they try to get as many people into this park as they can, it is not a bad place to stay. The facilities are clean, and the location to attractions is great

PROS: Location
CONS: Crowded

4
★★★★☆

Considering that they try to get as many people into this park as they can, it is not a bad place to stay. The facilities are clean, and the location to attractions is great

PROS: Location
CONS: Crowded

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