When we knew we were snowbirding from Alaska, we called all the RV parks in Las Vegas after checking websites and did our homework. Of all the calls we made to help with our decision, 3 had friendly and knowledgeable people. We then visited those 3 parks. Since we were going to stay Jan - April we wanted to be sure it was also safe and quiet. Amazing! When my husband first drove into Duck Creek and saw the clean Park and Office/Guest club house, he called me with "honey we got a home and the price is right!" Checked other 2 friendly Parks to be sure. They fell short, not as clean, to busy an area with too many people in business areas on the streets and just did not feel safe enough. Safe City bus stops right at the Duck Creek Park if you don't have wheels because our neighbor loves the convenience. We have made friends with those who stay a few days and several extended stay guests. Mom used to tell me, "if you want to have friends, be a friendly person"! We all have mail boxes and secured package delivery. That is important to us. This is our second winter here and have already advised awesome management to expect us back next winter! North to Alaska in a few weeks in our RV. We'll be back!
Duck Creek RV Park is in the top 5 of Recreational parks my wife and I have camped across the United States. The entire staff is very friendly, accommodating and over the last 8 months has become personal friends. We were planning on staying at Duck Creek for 4 months but ended up doubling our stay. The park is very clean, grounds well kept, and very safe and secure because everyone watches out for one another. This RV Park reminds me of childhood growing up when all the neighbors would get together for dinner on occasion and have a good visit with lots of laughs. Carrie and I loved the convenience of location; Duck Creek is located close to everything including Walmart, restaurants, freeways, several Casinos, The Strip and so much more. I will say this, if you are a heavy belligerent drinker and is just there to party and cause problems this is not the park for you because you will be escorted of the property. I witnessed this twice in the 8 months during our stay and I like that about this park, keeps the park feeling safe and peaceful. We had put our Dog Cloey down during our stay and had an overwhelming support group including the staff and neighbors which helped us during the sad difficult time. If Carrie and I ever come back to Vegas we will definitely stay at Duck Creek RV Park. A special thanks to the staff of Duck Creek Debbie, Vicky, Dave and Al for making our stay enjoyable.Matt and Carrie
Next time I'm back in the area I will check Duck Creek first. I'd have no problem pulling my coach in there again. Very friendly staff, the manager's husband even helped me park my 5th wheel, as a spotter. They even offered (& gave) a partial month's refund when the project i was working on ended early.Nice store on site and close to lots of others- grocery, drug stores, gas stations, restaurants...I have, and will continue to, recommend Duck Creek RV Park to others.
Duck Creek Rv Park was a great choice to spend the night before dropping someone off at the airport. My husband and I walked the perimeter of the large park next door, which is accessible through a gate on the property. The restrooms, showers and laundry facilities were one of the cleanest I have seen anywhere. They had movies which guests could borrow, and a large book exchange in the lobby. We also had a good wifi connection at our site, which was included in the price.The people in the office were extremely friendly and accommodating, and made us so glad we chose to stay here. The park is a large parking lot, like most RV parks, but the parking spaces were good size with full hook-ups. It had a pool, but we didn't use it. We had no problems whatsoever, with the property, staff, dogs or other customers. The price was the most reasonable around, and if you are a member of Passport America, it is even cheaper!