To say Las Vegas gets plenty of sunshine would be an understatement; Sin City has over 300 sunny days per year due to its subtropical desert climate. The summers can get very hot and dry, while the winters are mild with cool evenings. If you don't mind the heat, Las Vegas is the perfect holiday destination. Need help packing? Read A Guide To Packing For Your US Self-Drive Holiday.
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Summer holidays are usually between the last week of July to the first week of September. Students also get two weeks off in early April (for Spring) and in late December (for Christmas). There is also a week long break in November over Thanksgiving.
In Nevada, the Day After Thanksgiving, which is on the fourth Friday of November, is also observed. Read more about Public Holidays In The USA.
The term “off-season” doesn't seem to make sense in Las Vegas; visitors arrive in droves all year. Make sure you've pre-booked your accommodations and motorhome rental before coming over for your self-drive holiday. We can help you find an RV from top Las Vegas brands as well as the best Campgrounds in the city.
Summers in Las Vegas are legendary for being scorching hot. You can still enjoy an early morning walk in June, however the temperature reaches the low 100's in July and August. Sunscreen will be your best friend during this period, as well as a wide-brimmed hat and gallons of water.
You can still look forward to hot days and cool nights in September. Fall becomes obvious in October and November when the temperature begins to drop, so make sure to bring an extra sweater and plenty of warm clothes.
Despite the cold weather, many tourists still come in December for their holidays. In addition to being quite chilly, January and February also has plenty of rainfall. You'll need to bring a rain jacket together with your warm clothing during Winter.
Spring means warmer days and cool nights in Las Vegas. March and April have excellent camping weather, and the temperature reaches the high 80's in May. Don't leave home without your sunscreen, and remember to pack a few warm clothes for the cool evenings.
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