General Campground Information
Check-in & Check-out Times
Hours of Operations
Boulder Park: 8am - 9pm
Open 24hrs a day
Boulder and Nellis Park: 8am - 10pm
We ask camper to please respect the quiet hours from 10pm - 7am
Golf Cart Policy
Number of Guests per Reservation
- At check-in, you will be asked to verify the number of guests staying at your site.
- A limit of 6 people per site will be enforced. That total number includes both the number of people on your reservation and any day visitors. If you have the maximum number of people on your reservation, day visitors are not allowed.
- If the number of overnight guests on your reservation allows for day visitors, those day visitors must check in at the front desk upon arrival and register their vehicle. Visiting guests are permitted until Quiet Hours and must adhere to campground rules. Should day visitors turn into overnight guests, they must register at the front desk and will be charged $7.99 plus tax per person.
After Hours / Emergency Number
Las Vegas City Limit Camping Rules
This includes but is not limited to, No sleeping in Vehicles that are Not an Official RV.
Such as Cars, Pickup's with Caps and Normal Vans that have not been converted to an RV.
Electrical Hook up Conditions
Because or the extreme heat in the summer if you adapt down from 50a to a 30a site not only does our breaker pop all the time it eventually melts things.
In the winter people like to run electric heaters, if there is more than one (yes your electric fireplace counts) they have to be on low and we do not allow adapting from 50amp to 30amp then either.
We do recommend that if you feel you need your water heater on, (not needed in June-August) either use propane or turn on the water heater as needed. Please do not leave it on all the time, first it only takes 20 minutes for enough hot water for a shower, second if your water heater and A/C unit start at the same time they draw more than 30amps.
Thank you the Las Vegas KOA Staff
Meet Your Hosts
Whether you're trying your luck or enjoying the area, Las Vegas KOA Journey at Sam's Town is a great place to stay!Chris Spencer, general manager of Las Vegas KOA Journey at Sam's Town, began his career with KOA in 2009. After his life in the automotive industry and owning a home remodeling company, Chris began work camping in his home state of Michigan. His career let him tour the states and opened doors for him in Texas, California, and now in beautiful Las Vegas, Nevada. With experience in maintenance, front desk, operations and management, Chris is the perfect fit for Las Vegas where every day offers something new. “Part of the excitement is the fact that there's something different happening around every corner and plenty of new people to meet, I was attracted to being able to travel the country and gain experience while learning what it meant to “Make It Great” at KOA's along the way”, says Chris. When away from the campground, Chris enjoys off-roading, walking nature trails, woodworking, and working on his vehicles.