Motorhomes for sale in Nevada

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Each year hundreds of RVs travel the long stretches of highway linking some of the most remote, yet beautiful, locations in the country. Because Nevada is such a popular destination thoroughfare for RVers, there are always plenty of RVs for sale in Nevada, from both private parties and Nevada RV dealers. For this reason, purchasing your motorhome or travel trailer in Nevada drives sellers to give you the best bang for your buck.

You can tour the Sierra Nevada Mountains and Lake Tahoe, or head out to The Black Rock Desert, where the famous Burning Man festival is held each year. Consider driving to one of Nevada's many geothermal hot springs, including Spencer Hot Springs, located near Austin, Nevada. Fishing, hiking, boating with 24 state parks to choose from, your RV travel options are endless. Get started by browsing more RVs for sale in Nevada below.

RVs for sale in Nevada

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New & Used RVs For Sale

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RVs For Sale in Nevada

If you're shopping for a new RV in Nevada, but are open to options, you might consider buying a used RV instead. It can often be your best option to save thousands off the sticker price. However, it's very important to do your due diligence to make sure you're not buying someone else's nightmare! Below are three (3) important factors to consider before buying a used rv or motorhome:

  • Check the surfaces: Used RVs often have minor dings, dents, scratches or stains from normal wear and tear. Can you live with them? Avoid purchasing an RV with any major surface damage as it could be evidence of a previous irresponsible owner.
  • Beware of leaks: Warped or stained interior or exterior walls, (especially in the corners) as well as "Soft" spots around the windows and vents and along the floor are signs of water damage.
  • Start it up: If you're considering a used motorhome, listen carefully when you start it up. Does it start smoothly and quickly? The voltage it produces should be around 110-125 volts. This can easily be measured by getting a voltage meter at your local walmart or camping supply store.