Thursday, February 18, 2016
Laughlin, Nevada is a mini Las Vegas, minus most of the glitz but very popular with retired snowbirds. There are nine casinos along 1.5 miles of Casino Drive. Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort has a campground and also allows dry camping in a paved lot (there may be a fee). Some of the other casinos allow overnight RV parking too. Some charge a small fee and some are free. We stayed at the Pioneer Casino which has a large, level section of their lot clearly marked for RV parking. A free permit is issued if you check in at the casino.
Since the casinos are close together and the terrain is flat walking and rolling around town is fairly easy. The sidewalks along the road are in good condition and there’s also a walk along the river but it has some steep parts. Casino