Visit Las Vegas, Southern Nevada with Mighway

Rent an RV in Las Vegas


Nevada's southern region houses the most famous desert oasis in the west. Sin City itself resides here, where you can walk The Strip and take in the sights of world-renowned casinos and resorts. Catch the dancing fountains at the Bellagio or singing gondoliers at Caesar's Palace. Grab a bite in one of the awarding-winning restaurants that accompany some of the most extravagant hotels in the world. Then, after a day at the tables, check out one of the famous acts of legends, idols and Cirque de Soleil glory that give Vegas it's glamorous flare. But there's more to Las Vegas than casinos and showgirls. Nestled in Nevada's Mojave Desert, there's still plenty of wildlife and wonder to explore outside The Strip. There's a ghost town, national reserve and not to mention the Hoover Dam to explore. You can learn more about Las Vegas' rich history in it's surrounding desert (and even catch some snow in the Spring Mountains!). Whether you are getting away for a luxurious weekend of gambling and shows or want to rough it in the wild on a rustic camping trip, you've hit the jackpot here. Viva Las Vegas! What started as a modest truck stop grew into one of the most popular cities in United States. The main drag, known world-wide as The Strip, cuts through the city and lines the street with flashy casinos, luxurious hotels and grandiose signs advertising their latest shows. The city itself is an explosion of the senses, with bright lights paving the way to new adventures on every block. Whether you are gambling, eating, shopping or watching, there's always something to do in Sin City. Tucked away from the flashing lights of Las Vegas sits the quietest little ghost town you can imagine. The Nipton Trading post has a population of 16 people, but it's still teeming with life. The mayor, Jim Eslinger, runs the only shop in town and keeps the place ready for visitors. While it may not seem like much at first, the little city is located on the edge of the Mojave National Preserve, making it the perfect gateway to the desert. Once the main source of power for the casinos in Las Vegas, the Hoover Dam put Las Vegas on the map in the 1930's. Along with truckers, the dam project brought in thousands of workers that built Las Vegas into the thriving city it is today. Forming the southern section of Lake Mead, the Hoover Dam offers several tours per day so you and the family can see the amazing structure that first light up Las Vegas. Plan your trip with Mighway and let the journey unfold.

RV Rental Las Vegas


2017
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$250 / Night

2017

Las Vegas, NV

8 26ft 4in

Winnebago Minnie Winnie
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$129 / Night

Winnebago Minnie Winnie

Las Vegas, Nevada

6 24ft

Ultimate Luxury Fleetwood Discovery 39S
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$170 / Night

Ultimate Luxury Fleetwood Discovery 39S

Las Vegas, Nevada

8 39ft 6in

2011 Thor Freedom Elite 31R "Dreamfinder"
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$159 / Night

2011 Thor Freedom Elite 31R "Dreamfinder"

Boulder City, Nevada

6 32ft 11in

2019 Forester 32' BUNKHOUSE SLEEPS 11 - EQUIPPED FOR SNOW!!!
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$249 / Night

2019 Forester 32' BUNKHOUSE SLEEPS 11 - EQUIPPED FOR SNOW!!!

Henderson, Nevada

11 32ft

Sahara RV - '12 Freelander 29'8B CLASS C
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$260 / Night

Sahara RV - '12 Freelander 29'8B CLASS C

Las Vegas, Nevada

8 29ft

Four Winds  "five thousand reasons to book her"
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$115 / Night

Four Winds "five thousand reasons to book her"

Las Vegas, Nevada

6 24ft

2019 Coachmen Freelander "Sleeper" Bunkhouse
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$139 / Night

2019 Coachmen Freelander "Sleeper" Bunkhouse

Boulder City, Nevada

6 32ft 11in

Places to Visit near Las Vegas


Fremont Street Experience

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas...except maybe if you pee yourself while on a zipline through the city 77 feet above the pavement. You don't forget something like that. SlotZilla, Vegas's first zipline experience has just opened. "Fliers" climb a 12 story slot machine (because ziplining across Sin City could be a gamble...on whether or not you'll lose your lunch), are harnessed up, and then take off over the hustle and bustle of Las Vegas's Fremont Street Experience mall . Ziplines in cities aren't exactly common, and there's no better city to see from that high up— they're even open into the wee hours of the morning, so you can see the mall all lit up in its neon glory. They've also got a "zoom line" coming soon— riders are strapped into a harness "Superman-style" and sent careening across the sky. Anyone that's willing to do that must be, in my opinion, some sort of superhero, right? -Roadtrippers The Fremont Street Experience (FSE) is a pedestrian mall and attraction in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada. The FSE occupies the westernmost 5 blocks of Fremont Street, including the area known for years as "Glitter Gulch," and portions of some other adjacent streets. The attraction is a barrel vault canopy, 90 ft high at the peak and four blocks, or approximately 1500 ft, in length. You are inside the world-famous Golden Nugget casino. Walk across Fremont Street and you are in poker heaven at Binion's, with world famous shrimp cocktail waiting for you down the block at the 100-year old Golden Gate. Legendary casinos, free entertainment, old-fashioned gambling hospitality – this is the vintage Vegas of the Fremont Street Experience. Some say it's almost intimate. You may even run into one of the casino owners while you sit at the blackjack table.

Stratosphere Hotel - Casino & Resort Hotel

The Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower offers affordable dining, spacious hotel accommodations, exciting Las Vegas casino games, headline entertainment and some of the best thrill rides in the world, all in a central location. Boasting the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States west of the Mississippi, this iconic Las Vegas hotel is recognizable all over the world. Visit the indoor and outdoor observation decks in the Stratosphere Tower to see why our panoramic view of Las Vegas was voted the Best of Las Vegas for 2010 and 2011 by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Dine in the city’s only revolving restaurant, Top of the World , offering 360 degree views of Las Vegas. Grab a drink at one of our many lively bars. Take advantage of our exceptional Las Vegas hotel deals and relax in our spacious rooms.

The Mob Museum

The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement, opened on February14th, 2012 in downtown Las Vegas. We have been named "Best Museum" in Nevada Magazine's Best of 2012 Readers' Survey.

Gold And Silver Pawn

Each day about 4,000 people visit the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop on the Las Vegas Strip. No, it's not a sign of the recession. Since "Pawn Stars" debuted on the History Channel in 2009 it has become one of the network's highest-rated shows, making the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop a popular Vegas attraction. People flock to the store, sometimes forming a line at the door, for a chance to get an item appraised or to see one of the stars of "Pawn Stars" (Rick Harrison, his son Corey "Big Hoss," his dad Richard "Old Man" and Austin "Chumlee" Russell). "We never thought we were going to get this huge, never. I was hoping to get a season or two and help business out a little bit. I didn't think I was ever going to be on television in 130 countries," said Rick Harrison during a break from filming. He opened the shop with his father in 1988. While the guys still show up to work at the shop almost every day, they now spend most of their time filming or working behind the scenes. Even without the men of "Pawn Stars" working the floor on a daily basis, the shop has plenty of its own appeal. It's packed with thousands of unique items including rare jewelry,artwork from famous artists including Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso and even a Congressman's chair, an item that normally isn't accessible to the public. In addition to being filled with items from the past, the shop itself is of historical significance. The edifice was built in 1934 and is one of the oldest buildings on the Strip. Since the show started, Harrison has gone from purchasing about 100 items a month to more than 1,000. "There are tons of different things that walk in here, and I really do buy this stuff. You can walk around the showroom floor and see," said Harrison. Some items featured on the show are now hanging in the shop like the framed Roy Rogers shirt that Harrison purchased in the "Cannons and Klingons" episode of "Pawn Stars." There's no telling how long an item will be in the shop. Things are purchased and sold every day, but that's part of the fun of visiting. You never know what you're going to find. One of Harrisons' most interesting recent acquisitions is a set of Jimmy Hendrix photos. He purchased them from Ron Raffaelli, Hendrix's personal photographer. "This guy never really marketed his photos. He basically just realized, 'hell I have a lot of stuff here, I should do something with it.' So I just bought some of the coolest pictures of Jimmy Hendrix that you've ever seen in your life," said Harrison. Other noteworthy items in the shop include a "Six Million Dollar Man" figurine still in its original packaging and several Super Bowl rings. "I love the Super Bowl rings just because why would you train so hard to be that good at something and then sell it," said Gold and Silver Pawn Shop compliance officer Andy Spyer. Spyer is in charge of security and providing the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department with a report of all the items that come into the shop to ensure that none of them were stolen. Along with overseeing security, he works as both a salesperson and point of contact for anyone who comes in the store. He's been working at the shop for a little more than a year. "I'm always surprised at how involved in the shop the guys are. People come thinking, oh they're never here, they're famous now, and the guys show up to work every day, Monday through Friday. The Old Man's here when we open the shop just to make sure we open on time," said Spyer. Spyer walks around the store interacting with the crowds of customers that visit on a daily basis and helping guests when needed. Like many of the people who watch the show, some of Spyer's favorite items in the shop are historical pieces like a Samurai sword that dates back to 1490. "That's a favorite just because I'm a huge history fan," said Spyer. Spyer's draw to the historical items is the same quality that Harrison believes make the show popular. Viewers like hearing the stories behind the items that come in and finding out what those items are worth. Harrison is the perfect guy for the job. "Some people like Rick the Supernerd. I really am that nerdy guy. I read chemistry books and history books and science books, and I even read text books for fun. So that's me, but don't ask me anything about modern culture. I know nothing," said Harrison. Harrison suffered from seizures as a child. Reading was a way to pass the time. When he was 8 years old and sick, Harrison used to read a book a day. Today that knowledge is a useful tool for his work. He's even started getting called the "blue collar historian." Harrison pitched the show for four years to numerous production companies, and every time he got the same response, "no one wants to see a show about four fat guys in a pawn shop." Finally he got in touch with a product ion company that shared his vision for the show and the rest, as they say, is history, well in Harrison's case, the History Channel. "I think people like to learn something. They like to learn it from their uncle who'll sit down and talk to them face to face instead of a college professor who sits there and looks down on you," said Harrison. "It's a lot easier to learn something when you're laughing while you're learning." Tips for visiting Gold and Silver Pawn Shop The best time to visit if you want to avoid a crowd is between 9 – 10 a.m. or after 4 p.m., as most people visit the shop during the middle of the day.The guys film 90 percent of the show at the store, and they are in production between 6 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Sometimes they have time to come out for quick meet and greets, photos or to sign autographs during the day, but they have no set schedule. Catching them is the luck of the draw. In addition to filming at the store, the guys often do promotional appearances around Vegas. If you miss them at their store, you may be able to see them when they host special events at various nightclubs, restaurants and other venues in Vegas. If there is a line when you arrive, people who want to pawn or sell an item can walk to the front and get in immediately.-- Caroline Fontein

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