Apparently the county which includes Laughlin, NV, is cracking down on boondockers, including those in casino and hotel parking lots. See http://www.laughlintimes.com/articles/2006/01/25/news/local/news960.txt
They were led to believe that self contained RVs are a health hazard.
Ron said:Las Vegas has more money and therefore more pull.? I am in agreement with you Wendy we don't need to stop where we are not wanted.?
Laughlinis off the list of places to visit.
Ron said:We have never stayed in a casino parking lot at Laughin either but we have stayed at a hotel and in the riverside campground but no more.? Besides Laughlin was never that great of an attraction to us.? I will not if at all possible contribute one cent to a comunity that shows they do not want RVers by forcing them to park in a campground.? The riverside does have some views but never are they worth $60 a night like the charged over New Years.? Its not really that great of a campground IMHO.?
Laughinis off our list of places to go,
Ned said:Coincidentally, this ruling was issued about the same time KOA bought the campground in Laughlin across the street from one of the casinos, according to another source I read this morning.
jerryarlyne said:I hav not been to Laughlin in a few years but the only C/G across the street from a casino that I remember was the Riverside. Is this now a KOA?