Hitchin' Post Rv Park & Motel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hitchin' Post Rv Park & Motel Las Vegas
Travel Blogs from Las Vegas
... Every cliche female group was present: There were a ton of single "Woo-girls", a couple of bachelorettes in white bodycon dresses and plastic pink tiaras, and of course, there were a number of birthday girls in equally tacky tiaras, already drunk off their asses, and ready to see what they hoped would be an exact replication of Magic Mike. It was absolutely hilarious.
I was mainly there because Tyson Beckford ...
... than the allocated US speed limit (which we thought were in km and not miles, but are weirdly in mph?!?!?) When we set up camp for the first time like schoolboy cub scouts we and found out what fun it was to set up our tent, get our mattress blown up and to get the fire going (Scotty’s favourite part!) it’s a very simple pleasure to set up camp in the open air and see the day turn to dusk as the fire roars and we snuggle in close for comfort, but it’s the ...
... not to over indulge.
They then took me to factory outlet shopping centre on
their way back home for the four hour drive back to The city of angels.
I did a bit more damage at the shops than my previous
visit but avoided the face cream girl and many others sellers by pretending to
be deaf or foreign.
Arrived at the airport early and it was full of Aussie
surgeons on their way home from ...
... We puked, we drank buckets of strawberry daquiris and pretended to know how to gamble. Then we ate some more.
My father and stepmother tried to ditch us at every turn, which was both surprising and disheartening. Every trip we've gone on together he's watched us like a hawk, and I think in an attempt to be cool, he left us alone. I wish he'd hung out with us more honestly.
Only once did my sister and I fight, which was a new ...
... of casino Starbucks as it is far cheaper to do so). We then started our trek south on the west side of the street. Most casinos have the large gambling floor full of slot machines, starting with just one cent up to $5 or more a spin, as well as the tables offering blackjack, poker and a host of games that I have never heard of plus a lot of shopping and eating opportunities. We tried to see as much as we could in each one. By the time the sun was almost ...