Dry camping in Laughlin Nevada
I finally made it to Laughlin Nevada, it took a long time but I wasn't in a hurry. This is as far north as I intend to go this winter from here I will head back south. Laughlin is a neat town, it's kind of a Las Vegas for geezers. It's not as big as Las Vegas so it's easier to get around in, it's not as crowded as Las Vegas so you don't have to stand in lines, and there's a lot of places to park an RV, what more do we geezers need ?
I'm staying at the Pioneer casino, RVs can dry camp in the parking lot for free. Most of them allow you to stay for free or for a very very small price which will include a place to dump your tanks, which becomes a problem if you stay here for several weeks because dumping can cost $10 or more if you're not staying at a RV park.
I think I'll stay here for at least three days, it will take about that long to do the things I want to do. I haven't been here for a long time so I need to relearn where things are and check out all the new things in town. I just missed a desert race they had this weekend, if I had known that was going on I would've made an attempt to get here earlier. The race cars are still in town sitting on their trailers in bad need of repair after the race and by the looks of them desert racing is a very expensive hobby.
5/31/2018 08:45:56 pm
Laughlin is basically a town of casinos there's other things there but people go there just for the casinos, it's kind of like a miniature Las Vegas with a lot less hustle and bustle and a lot more friendly people. Needless to say there are a lot of RVs in Laughlin, often staying in a casino parking lot.
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