NEAR LAS VEGAS ON LAKE MEAD Centrally located near Hoover Dam & 30 mi from Las Vegas. The largest big rig park on Lake Mead. Quiet, scenic lake views. Lake Marinas nearby for swimming-fishing-boating-jet skiing. Great fun with family and friends.
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Wifi non existent at our site
camp host don't go around after dark to enforce rules;
Need a pass card to swipe to get into rest rooms and card didn't work 2nd day
Showers only have common dress area no private stalls
Yaho two sites down from us flew American flag with annoying blinking lights that shown directly into our windows so we had to sleep with shades down in hot weather
Easy access to lakeview sites in a 35' class A with a 10' trailer, we even fit all the way in so didn't have to detach the trailer which is also a good thing. Chose to leave suv home since the internet showed so many trails to ride but side x side ls street legal which is the only way we were able to drive a few miles down to boulder bay beach to let the dogs have swim time. Check in was easy, staff was friendly and helpful, store is clean, didn't use bathrooms but all utilities worked great and great cell reception. Very quite park and all of the dogs were leashed and friendly. Only reason they didn't get 5 stars is being a dog owner it would be nice to have a fenced off leash run area.
Great location with beautiful site of Lake Mead, staff was excellent through out or stay from check in to check out. Rest rooms were very clean and secure. If you did not get a key when checking in, you cannot get in. Recommend this spot, we stayed 3 nights.
We stayed one night at this park and really liked it. Our site had a nice view of the lake. Next time we will plan to stay more than one night. The pull through site we had was large enough for us to have slides out on both sides, power and water were good. We did not get to use the bathrooms or showers as we were a late arrival.
nice level lots. Ours was a back in and it offered a nice view of (extremely low) Lake Mead. Inside of the recreation area. Very close to Hoover dam. Restrooms looked as though the last few patrons had had a rough go of it and broke some things.
Was a nice spot to stay for an evening on the way out to California. Pretty warm (but it is the desert), very little shade. If you need to stock your cooler, they offer block ice inside, I advise this as it will last much longer than cubes in your coolers. Great idea to carry it and we really appreciated it.
We were on our way home from a trip through California and wanted a stop to relax for a couple of days before the last leg home. This was a great spot. We had a back in site (which really was a pull through #836). Despite being located several rows back, we had a nice view of the lake and the sunsets were spectacular. The site is gravel, but has a patio and picnic table. The weather was near perfect in the upper 70s while we were there, so the lack of shade was not an issue for us. With the Good Sam discount at $27/night it was a great deal. We will definitely return.
This RV park is inside the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, very close to the Hoover Dam. They have mostly paved driveways and gravel sites with full hookups, WiFi and cable service. The pull thru sites are very long, however they use an alternating direction with back to back hookups so you may have a very close neighbor. We were a few rows back but it’s elevated so you get a good view of the lake and mountains without paying the premium for a front row spot. If you’re interested, there is a tour group that has raft tours that take you from just below Hoover Dam 12 miles through Black Canyon to Willow Beach. They leave from Lake Mead Village. You can get a discount if you’re staying here.
Arrived after office closed, camp host happened to be at office. After a lengthy spiel, we decided that view wasn't that important but rather being close to restrooms. No shade, very hot when it's in the triple digits. The view of the lake was nice though, even further up in the park.
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