Duck Creek RV Park

6635 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, Nevada
RV Park
9 reviews


Daily: $32 Reported 9 months ago
Weekly: $50 Reported 5 months ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Wi-Fi Internet
  • Cable TV
  • Pool
  • Laundry
  • Pull-Thru Sites
  • Big Rig Access



“Not really a Resort ”

Just checked in to a "pull through" site that was actually 2 back in sites made into a pull through. Very narrow, could barely put out my front awning before touching the coach next door. They say 10 year rule strictly enforced. Most of the rigs were older than 10 years and looked it too. The area in front of the coach was taken up by parked cars & pick up trucks. No outside area for tables. Hopefully our say will be better than first impressions. 

“Enforces 10 yr rule”

We unfortunately didn't get to stay here, we had to drive through cuz our rv is over 10 yrs old (they make no exceptions for well-maintained). Beautiful park though, would have loved to stay long term.

“Nice and quiet, but no internet, cable”

Good things:
Very quiet 
Wide streets 
Clean bathroom, laundry, shower 
Near shopping 

Not so good:
No internet 
No cable
Hard to back into sites 
Many long term RVS
Small shop

“Nice clean park”

Clean and nicely landscaped.  The staff is VERY accommodating. We had mechanical issues and had to wait for parts.  They held our site at no charge for several days pending parts arrival. Very reasonable price with Passport America

“Good place to overnight”

I have to bring back my RV to El Monte Las Vegas by 11am tomorrow . Good place to stay the night befor.
Stayed: 05/05/15 to 05/06/15

“Overnight spot”

This park is a pleasant surprise. It is on a busy street and in the flight path for McCarran airport and yet it was quiet and peaceful. There were no  problems at all sleeping at night. Streets are wide and make navigating the park easy. Good Wi-Fi and electricity. Sites next to us were both empty, so we had plenty of room. Would stay here again if camping in the Vegas area.

“Thank goodness”

We needed a place in Henderson before we left for a road trip.  Our was after 11 but we took a chance and wet delighted to find instructions for use of 4 sites that are intended for people who arrive after the office has closed.  2 were pull thru and 2 were back in.  

“Nice park very friendly people”

Nice park large sites and next to a huge city park where dogs can play off leash. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Park is all paved and level as is most in the area. Nicely landscaped, clean pool and spa area and laundry.

“Good for an overnight stay”

My mom and I stayed here overnight a few months back. We came in late but we were lucky because someone still answered the phone. We let them know we weren't going to make into town before they closed and they let us check in over the phone so we could just pull right in and hook up when we came back to town. This worked out great except I couldn't get the cable to work when we finally got there (we're the kinda people that watch TV to wind down after a long day which it was then), however I found out the next morning this was because of user error. Apparently the coaxial cables on the sites don't really do anything and the cable is over the air. They are also located next to a public park that leaves their lights on 24/7 - so be sure to have your curtains pulled tight if you come in late and night. Lastly, this is a park that will not allow RVs with any type of cosmetic damage to stay monthly or weekly. We had gotten into a fender bender and hadn't had a chance to get her into the shop yet, so there is that. Overall though, if you need an overnight or even few day stay, Duck Creek will work great for you as it did us. They were great to let us just check in like they did. But I still would not recommend staying there long term.

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