Las Vegas F1 RV Park & Camping for the Grand Prix

Alex Gassman

by Alex Gassman

Circus Circus RV Park Las Vegas

If you’re looking for a Las Vegas F1 RV park then you’re in luck.

Whilst there’s no official RV park or camping option offered by the organisers, there’s an RV park only a short walk away from the Las Vegas Grand Prix circuit.

This guide has all the information you need to know if you’re heading to the Formula 1 in Vegas in your RV, or looking for somewhere nearby to camp.


Can you park an RV at the Las Vegas F1?

There’s no official parking for RVs at the Las Vegas Grand Prix. In fact, there’s no official parking for cars either.

If you are driving to the Vegas F1 race and need somewhere to park, check out my guide to all of the Las Vegas F1 local parking options.

There are, however, a few other RV parks dotted around. Read below for details.

Vegas F1 tickets

If you still need Vegas GP tickets I’d recommend buying through Stubhub.

I went to last year’s race and bought my tickets through them, paying less than the offical price. They have lots of Vegas Grand Prix tickets for sale even when they are sold out on the official site.

I had a great buying experience and will definitely use them again for F1 tickets.  Their FanProtect guarantee is very sturdy and keeps both your money and tickets fully protected.

Best RV Park near the Las Vegas F1 track

If you do a Google Maps search for RV Parks Las Vegas you’ll see that there’s a number of these dotted around Sin City. 

The image below shows their proximity to the Las Vegas F1 circuit.

Circus Circus RV Park

If you’re looking for a Las Vegas F1 RV park, then the Circus Circus RV Park is the best option.

This is the closest RV park to the Vegas Grand Prix circuit and undoubtedly the best and only choice if you want to be near the centre of Vegas.

The RV Park at the Circus Circus hotel is a 45 minute walk away from the northern end of the track. Alternatively, it’s a 25 minute walk to the Westgate Monorail station which will take you directly to the circuit.

See my guide to using the Monorail at the Vegas GP for more info.

The Circus Circus RV park is no-frills, and is basically a big parking lot outside the hotel. Here’s some of the amenities:

  • Back-in and pull-through spaces for up to 80-foot RVs
  • 30 or 50Amp electric hook ups
  • Dump station
  • Water
  • Laundry and showers
  • Pet run
  • Pool and hot tub for RV guests only
  • Guests can use the main hotel pool for $10 / day

Spaces need to be booked online in advance here, and there is still availability for the whole Vegas Grand Prix week and weekend.

For a 30-40 foot back in space, staying for 4 nights from Wednesday 15th to Sunday 19th November the total cost is $283.

That’s a very reasonable price considering most Vegas F1 hotels will be much more expensive over those few days.

This RV park scores a 3.5 / 5 on Google Reviews, from over 1000 reviewers. Most complaints are about the lack of Wifi, lack of shade, toilets and showers that need refurbishing and that the whole place could do with modernizing.

But if you’re looking for a Las Vegas F1 RV park near to the Grand Prix circuit and the in the midde of the city, then this is your best (and only) option.

Can you camp at the Las Vegas Formula 1 race?

The Las Vegas Grand Prix organizers don’t offer any official camping option for fans attending the F1 race on the Strip. And in all honesty, Las Vegas is not the place to go camping as it’s a big city.

There are a few campsites further out of town, however, which are a bit of a drive away. Read on for details on these.

Campgrounds near the Las Vegas F1 track

If you want to do some actual camping in a proper campsite during the Formula 1 week then you need to go outside of Vegas city centre.

I went to Nevada in November 2022 when I was living in a van and travelling and the USA and I stayed in the Boulder Beach camground, right on the shore of Lake Mead just outside Vegas. 

This is a lovely state campground with fire pits and toilet blocks (but no showers) and is a 45 minute drive away from the centre of Vegas. It’s a nice place to base yourself if you want to escape the bright lights of Las Vegas between the F1 sessions.

There’s also Las Vegas Bay campground near the lake, and on the east of the city there’s Red Rock campground. These are all state campgrounds.

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Alex Gassman

I‘m Alex. I write F1 and motorsport travel guides based on my experience as racing driver and full-time motorsport nerd. I’ve traveled the world watching F1 and other racing series.

I started oversteer48 with the aim of helping other motorsport fans who are planning on watching some racing themselves.

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