Locations de vans à Las Vegas, Nevada
Amoureux des parcs nationaux, ceci est pour vous ! La location d’un van à Las Vegas est une excellente option pour explorer les parcs du Sud-Ouest américain. C’est une destination idéale toute l’année car les températures restent douces en basse saison.
Également connue sous le nom de “Sin City” ou “La ville qui ne dort jamais”, il est difficile de passer à côté de Vegas lorsque vous visitez les parcs nationaux environnants lors d’un voyage en van. Si vous envisagez de passer par Vegas, cela vaut la peine de faire un tour sur le Strip, d’assister à un spectacle ou deux, ou de tenter votre chance au casino. Avant ou après avoir réalisé vos rêves d’aventure (qui abondent autour de Vegas), n’oubliez pas de passer une journée ici, même si c’est juste pour vous faire dorloter au spa avant de rentrer à la maison. Quoi que vous choisissiez, ce qui se passe à Vegas reste à Vegas.
À 2h30 du parc national de la Vallée de la Mort | À 3h15 du parc national Zion | À 3 heures du parc national Joshua Tree | À 4 heures du parc national du Grand Canyon
Camper Vans Available for Reservation in Las Vegas, Nevada
Our Adventure Camper Vans Available in Las Vegas, Nevada
At Escape Campervans Denver, we don’t believe in one-size-fits-all. That’s why our curated fleet is designed to meet the individual tastes and needs of every intrepid traveler. Whether you’re a couple seeking a romantic getaway, a family wanting quality time in nature, or a group of friends yearning for a road trip of a lifetime, we have the perfect camper van rental just for you.
Craving a cozy, intimate road trip with all the practicalities you could ask for? Meet Mavericks, your ultimate home-away-from-home on wheels. This gem is perfect not only for couples but also for small families and friend groups. The Mavericks comes fully equipped with:
A luxurious, queen-sized bed.
A functional kitchen that boasts a 2-burner propane stove, dual-powered refrigerator, and a handy sink.
Ample storage space for all your road trip essentials and souvenirs.
A foldaway in-van table and benches, converting easily into your big comfy bed for the night.
Fuel efficiency of 17 mpg and a range of technical specs that guarantee a smooth ride.
An optional rooftop sleeper.
Traveling with a bigger crew or a family that needs a little extra room? Say hello to the Mesa, the expanded, tricked-out sibling to our beloved Mavericks model. Perfect for those who never want to compromise on space or amenities, the Mesa is about two feet longer than the Mavericks, allowing you to keep the rear bucket seats up even when the bed is down—ideal for families with car seats. When traveling in the Mesa, you’ll have the following at your disposal:
A queen-sized bed that promises sound sleep under the stars.
Advanced kitchen facilities featuring a 2-burner propane stove, a dual-powered refrigerator, and a sink with a 5-gallon water tank.
Additional drawers and compartments underneath the back benches offer extra storage and organization.
Aux and Bluetooth capabilities allow you to curate the soundtrack for your adventure.
Optional rooftop sleeper accommodations.
- Fuel efficiency of 17 mpg.
Looking for the next level in campervan comfort and versatility? The Del Mar is the upgraded sibling of our popular Mesa model. Ideal for families, groups of friends, or any adventurous soul, the Del Mar is your ticket to a dream road trip. Here’s what makes it special:
- A queen-sized bed and an additional interior double bed, with room for up to 5 sleepers.
- A kitchen outfitted with a 2-burner propane stove, a dual-powered refrigerator, and a 5-gallon water tank plus sink.
- Extra storage spaces, including drawers and compartments, to stow away your essentials and finds along the journey.
- The ability to stand inside the camper adds a whole new level of comfort.
- Tech-savvy additions like USB ports and Bluetooth capabilities keep you connected.
- An average fuel efficiency of 14-17 mpg, so you can focus more on the adventure and less on the fuel gauge.
Best Camper Van Road Trip Ideas From Las Vegas, Nevada
Zion National Park, Utah
If you have ever wished you could travel to Mars, this is the place for you. Zion National Park offers stunning 360-degree views of truly out-of-this-world red rock formations just over two hours from our Las Vegas hub. If you travel in the summer or autumn the Narrows is a must-do, offering a unique hike upstream the Virgin River. If Angel’s Landing has been on your bucket list, you will need to apply for a permit on the park’s website. Don’t forget to drive through the park to the historic Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel for breathtaking views of Zion. If you have the time, don’t skip Bryce Canyon National Park to see the one-of-a-kind rock formations, located just two hours northeast of Zion and worth the drive.
Joshua Tree, CA
Just an hour outside Palm Springs, California, and four hours from Las Vegas, Joshua Tree National Park is famed for its unique desert landscape. Make sure you take some time to see the park’s namesake, the Joshua Trees, although they are a type of Yucca (not a tree), but we won’t get into semantics. Popular activities include rock climbing and hiking. Sunrise at Cholla Cactus Garden is a must, and as it is one of the few places in California without light pollution, the stargazing is phenomenal.
Bryce Canyon, Utah
Bryce Canyon National Park is a bucket list item for many for good reason, and it’s the perfect long weekend destination, located four hours from Las Vegas. The park is known for its unique spire-shaped rock formations, also known as hoodoos, and its spectacular stargazing opportunities. Visitors can hike down into the amphitheater for close-up views, or you can even ride a horse down if that is more your speed.
Mojave National Preserve, California
The Mojave Desert is home to an incredibly diverse network of ecological habitats. Visitors can explore lava tubes, hike to the top of the Kelso Dunes, go horseback riding, and have the opportunity to encounter some unique wildlife such as the iconic Desert Tortoise. The Mojave National Preserve is a two to three-hour drive from your pickup location, making it the perfect weekend getaway.
Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
The Grand Canyon is a classic American road trip destination, and rightfully so. Known for its breathtaking beauty and expansive views, the Grand Canyon is located just four hours from our hub making this visit a no-brainer. The canyon boasts numerous hiking trails ranging from easy walks to long treks down into the canyon. The Grand Canyon has opportunities for both thrill-seeking and relaxed visitors alike; from white-water rafting through the canyon to ranger-led programs and stargazing, there is something that will suit your desires. Don’t forget to take in the views from the Grand Canyon Skywalk, the glass-bottom bridge extension over the rim!
Valley of Fire State Park
Located in the Mojave Desert, Valley of Fire State Park is home to 46,000 acres of red Aztec sandstone, and is a popular destination for nature enthusiasts and photographers alike, and for good reason. Valley of Fire gets its name from the bright red sandstone that appears ablaze under the hot desert sun. Visitors can enjoy a large network of hiking trails that take you through slot canyons, rock arches, and ancient petroglyphs–remnants of ancestral Puebloan communities. Valley of Fire is home to two first-come first-serve campgrounds with RV hookups so guests can immerse themselves in the park.
Major Destinations Near Las Vegas, NV
Hoover Dam, NV
Located on the border of Nevada and Arizona, at 726 feet tall and 1,244 feet long the Hoover Dam is a marvel of modern engineering. They offer guided dam tours and powerplant tours, as well as a self-guided visitor center tour, check out the website for updated tour information.
San Diego, CA
San Diego is known for their beautiful weather and miles of white sand beaches, and it’s only a 4-5 hour drive from Las Vegas. Visitors can explore all this coastal city has to offer, from harbor cruises to the world-renowned San Diego Zoo, to the vibrant nightlife of the Gaslamp Quarter.
There is no shortage of red rock landscapes in the Southwest, and Sedona, tucked below dramatic red mountains, is no exception. There are seemingly endless options for hiking and mountain biking, or if you need a day to recharge, check out Sedona’s local art galleries for a souvenir worth showing off. Much of this area is only accessible in overland vehicles, while offroading is not covered by our insurance, fear not because there are plenty of Jeep tours that run out of Sedona that will take you far into the desert.
Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ
Located 4-5 hours from Las Vegas, Phoenix visitors can explore the Desert Botanical Gardens to learn about the local flora, hike Camelback Mountain, or learn about Indigenous culture at the Heard Museum. Nearby Scottsdale is home to a thriving art scene if you want to check out some local art galleries.
Salt Lake City, UT
In the winter Salt Lake City is home to some of the best skiing in the West, and in the summer these mountains are the perfect change of scenery if you are coming from Southern Utah. Park City is located just 45 minutes from Salt Lake making it an easy day trip in the summer or winter. If you visit in the summer, take a drive up either Big Cottonwood Canyon or Little Cottonwood Canyon for extraordinary views and amazing hikes. If skiing or snowboarding is on your agenda, you can’t miss this stop; the Wasatch Mountains are home to Park City, Snowbird, Alta, Deer Valley, and Solitude, just to name a few.
Camper Van-Friendly Campgrounds Near Denver
Red Rock Canyon Campground
Moenkopi Loop, Las Vegas, NV 89161
Just a 30-minute drive from The Strip, Red Rock Canyon Campground makes it easy to get out of town for the weekend. The campground has camper van-friendly sites equipped with electrical hookups, drinking water, grills, and bathrooms. Nearby activities include mountain biking, rock climbing, and hiking. Educational tours and guided hikes are available some days upon request.
Boulder Beach Campground
Boulder Beach Campground, 268 Lakeshore Rd, Boulder City, NV 89005
If swimming is on your agenda, why not camp on the beach? Located 30 minutes from our hub near Lake Mead, Boulder Beach Campground is a popular destination for swimming, boating, fishing, and late-night fun activities. Be sure to check out the River Mountains Loop Trail if you are looking for a workout before dipping in Lake Mead. This campground offers drinking water, restrooms (with flushing toilets and sinks), grills, and wireless internet.
Valley of Fire State Park
Valley of Fire Visitor Center, Overton, NV 89040
The Valley of Fire State Park features 40,000 acres of stunning red Aztec sandstone rock formations and petrified trees and petroglyphs dating back over 2,000 years. The visitor center is a highly recommended stop where you can learn about the history of the park and all it has to offer. There are two campsites in Valley of Fire and they are both first-come first-serve, so we recommend getting there as early as possible since this is a favorite among locals. This campsite has electrical hookups, restrooms, grills, and drinking water.
Grocery and Liquor Stores Near Denver To Stock Up For Your Van Trip
5500 Boulder Hwy, Las Vegas, NV 89122
Albertsons is a well-established grocery store chain known for its varied selection of produce, packaged foods, pantry staples, liquor, and household goods. Their Las Vegas location is just two miles from our hub.
540 Marks St, Henderson, NV 89014
If you are looking for a one-stop shop, look no further than Walmart. They are well known for their wide variety of items, whatever you forgot, you will probably find it here. They sell clothing, electronics, prepackaged food, produce, camping equipment, and almost anything else you can imagine.
2716 N Green Valley Pkwy, Henderson, NV 89014
One of the most beloved grocery chains in America, Trader Joe’s Henderson location is about a 10-minute drive from our hub. Known for their high-quality food and affordable prices, their pre-made meals are perfect for whipping up a quick and tasty meal on the road. Plus their delicious and unique snacks are the perfect fuel to keep you going on your adventure.
Outdoor Stores in Denver For Your Van Adventure
2220 Village Walk Dr Suite 150, Henderson, NV 89052
With REI’s extensive collection of camping, hiking, and outdoor gear, you’ll find everything you might need or have forgotten. Their staff are incredibly knowledgeable and can guide you in making the best choices for your specific adventure.
Dick’s Sporting Goods
1308 W Sunset Rd, Henderson, NV 89014
Dick’s Sporting Goods is a national retailer focusing on sports and outdoor equipment. Their wide variety of items ranging from outdoor apparel, footwear, and outdoor gear along with their knowledgeable staff ensures that you will find what you need.
Book Your Van With Escape Campervans Las Vegas Today
So what are you waiting for? At Escape Campervans Las Vegas, we want to help you embark on the journey of a lifetime, one that will ignite your spirit and your love for our beautiful planet. Our five camper van models are designed to suit your needs, whatever they may be. You can choose from our Del Mar, Mavericks, Jeep Camper, Santa Cruz, or Mesa models and start the countdown for your trip.
If you are ready to explore all the Southwest has to offer, book your Escape Campervan today and get your camera ready because you don’t want to forget this experience.