Hitchin' Post Rv Park & Motel
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- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHitchin' Post Rv Park & Motel Las Vegas
Nestled between the illusion of a desert oasis and the dirty inter workings of Las Vegas lies the temporary home of many a nomadic people. Surprisingly well fitted to suit their needs. Today we joined this throng amidst the sweltering 112degree heat. Sun bleached amongst the stucco buildings along the ever expanding border of Las Vegas, we found friendly staff, very clean accommodations, and a few until now unknown populations of minorities. Enter here the desert camper scrounger, owner of a 1990's or newer travel trailer, possibly equipped with slide out, surrounded in this temporary Mecca by numerous desert found items. Truly a place to meet new people and bask in the dry heat of the Nevada sun. The amenities here are shockingly well cared for, and the staff efficient. Having not visited the saloon or horseshoe pits, I can only imagine possibilities on a cooler day, with beer in hand. Alas, we move on.
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