Canyon Trail RV Park

(12 Reviews)

1200 Industrial Road, Boulder City, NV 89005

702-293-1200

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GPS: 35.9768, -114.8509

Canyon Trail RV Park is located at 1200 Industrial Road, Boulder City, Nevada 89005 with a total of 156 campsites. Some of the amenities you can enjoy there are Boating, Fishing, Hiking, Walking Trails, Winter/Snow Sports, and more. Before your trip to Canyon Trail RV Park, check out website at https://www.canyontrailrvpark.com/ or contact them through 702-293-1200 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

35.9768, -114.8509

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 35.9768, -114.8509

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity cable tv wifi
Site Amenities big rig pull thru
Facilities dog run dump station laundry restrooms
Discount Clubs AAA Good Sam
Pets dog run pets

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Overview of Canyon Trail RV Park


Longest RV Reported: 41 feet

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

Yes

Monthly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

156

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

2,526 ft / 769 m

Reviews of Canyon Trail RV Park

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  • Area Guides Avatar Vicari.us
    Convenient to local attractions

    Reviewed 4/5/2022

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    Days stayed: 8

    We originally planned to Boondock on lake mead, but temps were going to be on the high side so we opted for a park with hookups so we could run a/c.This park is minutes from the lake mead visitor center and Boulder beach areas, as well as the Hoover dam and the charming town of Boulder City. The spaces are fairly generous and m...moreWe originally planned to Boondock on lake mead, but temps were going to be on the high side so we opted for a park with hookups so we could run a/c.This park is minutes from the lake mead visitor center and Boulder beach areas, as well as the Hoover dam and the charming town of Boulder City. The spaces are fairly generous and mostly pull thrus. There are some trees and landscaping that make it feel a little less like a giant parking lot which is always appreciated in a desert setting. They do charge an up charge for use of 50A. We didn’t end up using the bathhouses, laundry or pool during our stay, but all looked fine. The laundry room seemed large with lots of machines.Cell service with AT&T was perfectly acceptable for working and video calls, although we ended up using our starlink instead as we continue to test it roaming to new locations.

  • Area Guides Avatar Emie
    Customer service is lacking...

    Reviewed 7/11/2021

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    Nightly rate: $66

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 84

    So a bit of a fiasco with Good Sam. When I made the reservation they couldn’t find my membership – even though I was holding the card in my hand. The young lady said to bring the card with me when I checked in. Noted on the confirmation email that it was contact less check-in. When we were close, I called to get the GS discount. The wo...moreSo a bit of a fiasco with Good Sam. When I made the reservation they couldn’t find my membership – even though I was holding the card in my hand. The young lady said to bring the card with me when I checked in. Noted on the confirmation email that it was contact less check-in. When we were close, I called to get the GS discount. The woman who answered said sorry once we charge your card we can’t change it. It’s not fair to give the discount if you bought GS after making the reservation (which I didn’t). We can’t do that for everyone or we wouldn’t make any money. Um, what? If you are offended by GS, then stop honoring it. Anyway, moving along. Interior roads are paved with pea size gravel in the sites. The sites are pretty close and even closer on the perimeter where they have shared utilities. Our site was a mostly level pull thru that just fit the motorhome. We parked the toad in a small space between us and the next RV. We assumed this was ok as there were no instructions given. There are no picnic tables and no fire pits. There are many long term, and the sites are fairly neat. The WII FI worked ok. Verizon was 4g 4 bars. Satellite would not be a problem, and they have cable but we didn’t try it. There is a small pool near the office. It is very, very windy! It is an easy 8 mile drive to Lake Mead and Hoover Dam. Boulder City has a cute historic downtown – a little green oasis amidst all the brown. There are lots of Mediterranean style homes with sweeping views of Lake Mead. Due to the inadequate customer service and overpriced nightly fees, we would not stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar BobandJai
    Quiet, super clean, off the freeway....it’s great!

    Reviewed 16/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 69

    This is a very fine park. A good combination of overnighters and longer term, but no ugly dead plants and that sort of junk. It’s impeccably kept, with what looks like a new large pool and spa tub, and barbecue available to all. It’s just a few minutes from Hoover Dam, but far enough off the main roads that it’s very quiet, especially ...moreThis is a very fine park. A good combination of overnighters and longer term, but no ugly dead plants and that sort of junk. It’s impeccably kept, with what looks like a new large pool and spa tub, and barbecue available to all. It’s just a few minutes from Hoover Dam, but far enough off the main roads that it’s very quiet, especially at night. There are nice mountain views in several directions. Roads are paved, campsites are gravel. Would definitely stay here again.

  • Area Guides Avatar jdcleary
    Quiet, clean, and packed in

    Reviewed 9/4/2021

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    Nightly rate: $57

    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 105

    This was the first stop on our family's full time RV journey and we're happy it was. We arrived just after dark and a paper map was ready on the window. The pull-through FHU site was easily accessible and level...but you're just feet from your neighbors (we didn't have enough room to extend awnings). This place is QUIET, but in a good ...moreThis was the first stop on our family's full time RV journey and we're happy it was. We arrived just after dark and a paper map was ready on the window. The pull-through FHU site was easily accessible and level...but you're just feet from your neighbors (we didn't have enough room to extend awnings). This place is QUIET, but in a good way - we were often the only people at the pool/hottub. Laundry was $1.00/$1.50 per wash/dry, depending on the time cycle. For families with children, we recommend the Nature Discovery Trail and Rock Garden, which is only a couple minute drive from the park, and the Historic Railroad hiking trail about 15-min away. We had excellent cell coverage via Visible and T-mobile, along with 4 bars on a Sprint mobile hotspot.

  • Area Guides Avatar Vmlebron71
    Ok

    Reviewed 9/3/2021

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    Days stayed: 2

    Wifi is non existent.

  • Area Guides Avatar John
    Pack 'em in...

    Reviewed 5/10/2020

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    Nightly rate: $53

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: 84

    Good location, nothing special. Hoover dam closed... went to the Pawn Stars Shop, Counts Kustoms and the strip... Don't need to see the strip again, much construction and seemed slow due to covid and the governor dictates. Checked out shops in Boulder City and went to the Hotel/Museum... it was good.

  • Area Guides Avatar Blake
    Nice park, but kind of expensive

    Reviewed 10/7/2019

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    Nightly rate: $43

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 85

    Stayed here 6/20/19 to 6/26/19. I was looking for a spot near vegas, but not right in vegas, and it was about 105 degrees the whole time I was here so hookups were pretty much mandatory. This place fit the bill, the rates were just a bit higher than I normally like to spend. The sites were nice, the laundry facility was clean and had p...moreStayed here 6/20/19 to 6/26/19. I was looking for a spot near vegas, but not right in vegas, and it was about 105 degrees the whole time I was here so hookups were pretty much mandatory. This place fit the bill, the rates were just a bit higher than I normally like to spend. The sites were nice, the laundry facility was clean and had plenty of machines, and it was great to be able to jump in the pool and beat the heat. They also have several dog runs where you can let your dog off leash, which was really nice. The sites were all close together, but I expect that at most RV parks. The staff was very friendly and accommodating when I asked to extend my stay (twice). The location is great for getting to Lake Mead and the Hoover Dam and Vegas is about 20-30 minutes away. For most stores, restaurants, etc. you will probably need to run to Henderson though, which can be a bit of a drive.

  • Area Guides Avatar Zamia Ventures
    Well-maintained and quiet

    Reviewed 31/3/2019

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    Nightly rate: $36

    Days stayed: 9

    Site number: 101

    We wanted a park with full hookups in the Las Vegas area, but not in the midst of the Vegas craziness, and this park fit the bill. It's a typical private park with rigs lined up close together, with no picnic tables or other separators. The sites were a little tight, and people with larger rigs had to get creative to park their toads /...moreWe wanted a park with full hookups in the Las Vegas area, but not in the midst of the Vegas craziness, and this park fit the bill. It's a typical private park with rigs lined up close together, with no picnic tables or other separators. The sites were a little tight, and people with larger rigs had to get creative to park their toads / tow vehicles on the same site, so don't expect much outdoor living space. Sewer intakes were elevated off the ground, making it a bit challenging to dump with our low-to-the-ground Airstream but we managed. Other utilities including cable TV all worked fine. The bathrooms were clean and relatively modern, with plenty of facilities to serve the whole campground. Similarly, the laundry room was spacious and offered plenty of machines for campers. The pool area seemed nice though we did not use it. The park is quite close to Hoover Dam, and also convenient to big box shopping in Henderson (Costco, Whole Foods, etc.). The town of Boulder City has several supermarkets, and plenty of restaurants and a brewery. We were here for the LAS airport, and it was about a 1/2 hour drive during non-peak times. The park occupants seemed like a mix of long-term visitors (multi-month winter visitors and permanent residents) with relatively little daily turnover. The park management is visible around the park and actively enforces the rules, so the park is quiet and clean and felt totally safe. The park was just completely "meh" -- we usually stay at public parks with impressive scenery -- but we would certainly stay here again if the occasion arose. Our price reflects a weekly rate.

  • Area Guides Avatar closecalls
    Nice RV Park

    Reviewed 20/9/2018

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    Nightly rate: $36

    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 92

    In the middle of staying here to visit grandchildren in nearby Henderson. Normally we stay at the Las Vegas Bay NPS campground, but because of heat (highs in the 100s) we decided to get a place with hookups so we could run the AC. The campground is laid out very well with good spacing between most of the sites. (Some of the sites ar...moreIn the middle of staying here to visit grandchildren in nearby Henderson. Normally we stay at the Las Vegas Bay NPS campground, but because of heat (highs in the 100s) we decided to get a place with hookups so we could run the AC. The campground is laid out very well with good spacing between most of the sites. (Some of the sites are set up with tandem hookups, which are a little more crowded. Not sure how they determine who gets which sites.) Roads are asphalt, camping areas are gravel. Very clean. Excellent help by staff; we came in late on a Sunday night, well after their normal office closing at noon, yet one of the caretakers found an office person to help us locate a site and check in. It isn't particularly scenic, but that's not what we're staying here for. Rate reflects weekly rate, which I think is a great value. WiFi was pretty much worthless, but had incredible broadband speed.

  • Area Guides Avatar Jodee Gravel
    Only Nightly RV Park In Town - We'd Choose it Anyway

    Reviewed 14/4/2018

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    Nightly rate: $48

    Days stayed: 14

    This is a nice park with level mostly pull-through sites. 50 amp and other utilities all work well.Small pool and hot tub look well maintained, we didn't use them. The park is well maintained with nice desert landscaping.Small dog run behind the trash bins. Large desert area across the street is nice place to give them more ro...moreThis is a nice park with level mostly pull-through sites. 50 amp and other utilities all work well.Small pool and hot tub look well maintained, we didn't use them. The park is well maintained with nice desert landscaping.Small dog run behind the trash bins. Large desert area across the street is nice place to give them more room.Hosts drive around in golf cart making sure the rules are followed, especially the 5 mph speed limit. We didn't have much luck with the WiFi during our two week stay and we were fairly close to the office. Others have had better luck.Great location in a great little town with lots to see and do.

  • Area Guides Avatar ReneeC
    One night stop

    Reviewed 15/5/2015

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    Days stayed: 1

    Chose this RV park for two reasons. Electricity for AC and it's close to the Hoover Dam. We stayed in July 2014 in our pop-up tent camper. We were surrounded by Class A RVs and 5th Wheels which was fine with us. Campground is a gravel and paved lot with pull through sites. Restroom and showers were very clean. I can't recall how much w...moreChose this RV park for two reasons. Electricity for AC and it's close to the Hoover Dam. We stayed in July 2014 in our pop-up tent camper. We were surrounded by Class A RVs and 5th Wheels which was fine with us. Campground is a gravel and paved lot with pull through sites. Restroom and showers were very clean. I can't recall how much we paid for the night but I think we got a small AAA discount. We were allowed to leave our camper on site past check-out in order to go visit Hoover Dam without. That was very nice of the owners. Hoover Dam has some Homeland Security procedures and having a propane tank would have been a hassle. I would stay at this campground again for a one night stay.

  • Area Guides Avatar John and Pam
    Great location for activities, stores, and restaurants.

    Reviewed 22/11/2014

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    Nightly rate: $18

    Days stayed: 30

    Site number: 86

    Our nightly cost is based on the monthly rate of $545. One night with 50 amp electric is $35. All sites are gravel 50 x 30 with most being pull thro. Roads are all paved. Park is well maintained and owners are very friendly and accommodating. WiFi works well most of the time. Park is fairly quiet. Sites are close but there is pl...moreOur nightly cost is based on the monthly rate of $545. One night with 50 amp electric is $35. All sites are gravel 50 x 30 with most being pull thro. Roads are all paved. Park is well maintained and owners are very friendly and accommodating. WiFi works well most of the time. Park is fairly quiet. Sites are close but there is plenty of room for slides and your vehicle to park next to your unit. Owners were in the process of installing a small pool and hot tub when we left.The park is only two blocks from a grocery store and strip mall. Bootleg Canyon mountain biking and hiking park is right behind the RV park. The entrance to Lake Mead is four miles away and the Hoover Dam about eight miles. We would stay here again if we were in the area.

Activities

Boating

Fishing

Hiking

Walking Trails

Winter/Snow Sports

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 4 Users Last Reported 07/10/2019

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 4 Users Last Reported 04/14/2018

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 04/09/2021

Campsite Types

Cabin,

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Tent,

Trailer