Only a short drive from the glitter of Las Vegas. Enjoy the natural beauty of Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Amenities include: 275 level sites, concrete pads, full hook-ups, luxury clubhouse, heated pool, spa, dry sauna, computer modems, bath & laundry facilities, guest and boat parking and pet runs.
There is a front office on the right as you enter this RV resort. Ben and Judy work out of that office (Boulder Oaks RV Resort) and will lead you to believe they manage all the rentals. This is not the case at all. All lots in this park are deeded lots individually owned. Ben and Judy rent some of the lots on behalf of a few of the owners (they keep a hefty percentage for this). On the front page of their contract you promise to rent exclusively from them only. The reason for that line became very apparent once we had been here for a month or so. Many of the owners who do not live here full time rent their lots on their own and usually for far less than Ben and Judy charge. As you drive through the park, you can see many for rent signs posted by individual owners. We found an owner lot for rent at a huge discount and decided to move to it as we were intending to be here for about 7 months. When we advised Ben and Judy we were going to move, their true nature came out. They became downright hostile and we were informed that we would not get our $100 security deposit back because we had defaulted on our contract! The park itself (Red Mountain Resort) is second to none and loaded with amenities. The residents are friendly, although there is bad blood between the owners and Ben and Judy. If you need a place to stay for a few days or a week, you will be stuck dealing with Boulder Oaks (Ben and Judy), but if you need a place to stay for more than a month, drive past the first office on the right and stop at the association office by the pool and look at the "other" sites for rent by owners. Or better yet, drive around and look for the rental signs on the empty lots and give an owner a call. It worked very well for us!!
After a long haul (very long hot day) my family was turned away upon arrival with booked reservations! We had reserved long ago, booking a site for 35' motorhome with 20' car hauler. Received confirmation of such from the front end staff as well as follow up email from Manager. The manager continuously blamed his front end staff for the error, taking no responsibility. He asked us to leave our car hauler out on a public street (illegal). He offered no help in finding a new resort, everywhere we called he would add in negative comments about.
We ending up driving back to Vegas stayed at Oasis RV Resort (where the manager of Boulder said is very noisy from airplanes, not true). Well it was all a blessing Oasis was lovely, excellent location, excellent customer service, nicer resort....with no arrogrant Manager!
PS while leaving Boulder Oaks we noted parking spaces with a couple of enclosed toy haulers parked.....hmmm very weird! I would STAY AWAY!
I lived here from August to February while searching for the perfect home in this buyer's market. I could not have been happier. It is expensive - the most expensive in all of Southern Nevada, but you get what you pay for. This is an RV Resort - not an RV Park.
The grounds, the heated pool, spa, sauna, laundry facility are kept fastidiiously clean. There are even enclosed dog runs, free cable, and free internet connection. The lots are all privately owned and rented out. Most of the lots are owner occupied so this is not a transient population. Most of the RVers live here year round on lots they have purchased. The lots are huge! Each concrete pad has a very wide landscape berm around it. It is a very safe place to live or visit. Quail, cottontail bunnies, a variety of birds (including lots of hummingbirds) make looking out the windows very entertaining. The managers, Ben and Judy are both very kind, soft spoken people.
I'd live/stay there again in a heartbeat.
The down side - the office keeps such short hours. They close at 5:00 p.m. on the nose and you cannot pay rent, or check your rig in after 5:00 p.m.
The R.V. park is well taken care of. They show great pride on this park and it shows! There restrictions are a little bit sticked, but I guess if they wherent the park would look like some H.O.A. campsite! let me tell you its very far from being that. Thats why it was a peaceful visit and beatiful views every where you went in the park. Showers, pool and spa very nice. Office very nice. This is one of the highest rated Rv parks Iv been too in a long time. People are very friendly and it took us 20 min to the strip. and Railroad was if a 5 min drive do to the speed limt in town of a hole 3 miles, But very enforced.Needles turn of to laughlin 3min away. Albertsons and a little plaza right across from park. I dnt knw where the person who wrote the other review is from. but this isnt any trailor park and far from having any trash in it!
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