Where We've Been (46 out of 50 States)...Where We Are!

Where We've Been (46 out of 50 States)...Where We Are!
Working at 3 Rivers Resort in Almont, Colorado until the end of August!

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Main Street RV Park

Downtown Las Vegas
12 East Ogden Avenue
Las Vegas, NV  89101

We paid $14.00 per night for a water, electric and sewer hookup on a level piece of concrete.  It was an extremely hot with temperatures rising to about 106 in May.  We had our air conditioner and fans running all night so the noise from the Interstate was not a factor for us.  We had exceptional Verizon phone and MiFi coverage.

The surrounding area was questionable and even though we felt safe inside the park area, we did not feel comfortable walking from the Experience or any of the Casinos after dark back to the RV Park.

The showers/restrooms were neat and had a key card access that they gave to you at the front desk where you check in.  We chose a site then walked to the registration area in the Casino.  They take cash and credit cards, but will take a $50 hold on your credit card on top of payment of your stay, this hold takes weeks to get returned to your card.  This is a crazy procedure and we told them exactly that.

The price was right and we liked visiting the Fremont Experience, but we will keep looking as to where to stay for our future Las Vegas visits.

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Chuck and Anneke's RV travels said...

Did not know that campground was there, but I guess we will not add it to our list:(

Wanderin' said...

Those holds are ridiculous. I think hotels and such get free use of your money. That's why they do it. We had a similar situation once at a hotel that put a $100 hold for each day we were staying even after the room was paid for. Their reasoning? We might add to our room charge food and stuff in their restaurant. They wanted to be sure it would be covered. Ridiculous.

Paul and Marti Dahl said...

That really is absurd! This is good business? What happened to good customer service? I guess they just don't worry about repeat customers.