This place has a good trail of you’re arriving on a vehicle. 4x4 is not needed but it is recommended. It’s almost 3 miles of dirt road with a couple of hills. You can boat to this location, hike or driver. When you finally make it you will see that it is worth it. A lot of space for multiple people. It’s usually empty when I go on weekdays. You can take your jet skis and other toys. Fishing is good and camping is awesome. A lot of start in the sky and it’s a good time with friends. Highly recommended.
Awesome spot right on lake Mead. One of the only free spots on the lake. Easy access right off road as you get further down the road closer to the beach the road gets pretty sandy and rutted. Recommend 4x4 or all wheel drive to get to the beach spot. Motorhomes and RVs can access first 2-3 spots. DRY CAMPING. No amenities. Pack in pack out
We stayed here on our way to the Hoover Dam and had a fine time. Nothing fancy, super basic free camping on public lands. Highlight was our visit to the dam itself