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1. Posted by munzi (First Time Poster 1 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

We (a family of five) are coming to las vegas in may. there we have already booked a mobile home and want to travel a little bit. we want to go to the grand canyon, indian country and arizona. our kids are 13,11 and 9. i would like to know in advance where we could spend the night. is there any possibility that we could receive a broschure about rv resorts in this area? will it be still cold at the middle of may? we will stay for two weeks. thanks so much for you help.


2. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

Welcome to TP munzi!
I found a couple of places online that might help you....the weather should be good, (warm and not much rain) in May.
Hope this helps!

3. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

I forgot these ones for the Grand Canyon
I used to live and Arizona, and am moving back there later this year. I hope you have a wonderful time!

4. Posted by stevieh (Respected Member 615 posts) 13y Star this if you like it!

Hi Munzi,
I went to Vegas in an RV in February and it was balmy hot! You should have no worries about May!
There is a HUGH RV Park at the Circus Circus Hotel right on the Strip in Legas itself. It's basically a huge car park, but has shower blocks etc.
We found this a superb base for exploring Los Vegas every day. Circus Circus also has an undercover theme park complete with roller coaster etc. Great for the kids.

We got our RV from Moturis, who were generally very helpful and the RV was great except for one thing.
When we picked it up, we unpacked our bags and put them in a locker underneath the cooker and heater pipes. We didn't look at them until 2 weeks later, when we found that they been burned!! We could have been burned alive. So whatever you do, don't use the locker under the cooker or heater.
We reported this to Moturis, who blamed Winnebago. Winnebago didn't want to know, as the RVs they sell to rental companies are sold "without warranty". So, despite the fact that there is obviously a design fault with the model we have (and it was a new one, as a fellow RV-er told us), nobody took responsibility.
Eventually, after 3 months of haggling, we managed to get $300 back from Moturis to cover the cost of our luggage.