Harrah's Convenience Store RV Parking, Laughlin NV
Dawn at Strayhorse Campground, March 29, 2008
Sorry to say I didn't get a picture the nights I was here.
Harrah's Casino in Laughlin NV offers overnight RV parking in the lot south of their convenience store across the highway from the casino.
The Harrah's Laughlin website has this to say
We offer on-site RV parking for vehicles 7500 lbs or less. For RV's that don't qualify for on-site parking we offer parking across the street at the C-Store. I'm pleased to inform you that we offer transpiration to/from the C-Store and Casino, simply request transportation at the C-Store or Bell Desk. If you would like to sleep in your RV instead of the hotel please inform the C-Store team member that you would like to park in the South end of the lot. If you would like to simply park the RV and sleep else where inform the team member that you would like to park in the gated area of the North lot.
Recreation /Oversized trucks with boat trailers:
To park your vehicle and trailer, you would need to park them across the street adjacent to our Convenience Store. I'm pleased to inform you that we do offer transportation to/from our hotel and our Convenience store. Just let the clerk in the Convenience Store know you require transportation to the Casino and when in the Casino, please let the Bell Desk rep know you require transportation to the Convenience Store. Please note: There is a $5/day fee if sleeping in unit (waived for Diamond and Seven Star members).
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Nights I've camped here
... Jack Panksepp found that laboratory-reared rats who've never seen or smelled a cat stop playing the instant you put a tuft of cat hair in their play space. Since frightened animals don't play, that's a good indication that those rats are afraid. ... This experience got Dr Panksepp to thinking about how many research laboratories might be messing up their results due to researchers' coming to work smelling like their pet cats.