After 4 glorious days kayak camping along the Black Canyon, we moved our basecamp to Boulder Beach and spent a couple of days getting reorganized to hit the road further north. Since the wind was too strong to get out on the lake, we opted to bike along the path that runs next to the campground. This gorgeous path is well-utilized by area cycling groups, and they are some of the most courteous and safe cyclists we’ve ever come across.
Each site has a picnic table, fire ring, and all the sites are paved and level. Don't normally love paved campgrounds, but the wind is so strong at times that it would be a total dust storm without them. All sites have a nice view of Lake Mead, but there is no water access to the lake from the campground. The bathrooms have running water and are kept clean and well stocked, but there are no showers. Water spigots are scattered throughout the campground and there is a sewage dump for RV’s. Most of the sites are designed for large RV’s, but there were some tent campers there as well.
Closest town is Boulder City, about 16 miles away, and has everything you need. There is strong cell service in the campground, and free wifi.
For camping at Lake Mead, this is as good as it gets! Full hook-up sites with concrete slabs, picnic table, views of Lake Mead, and cell service too! There are also manufactured/mobile homes with full-time residency, but the residents are very quiet and welcoming to visitors. Lots to do in the area with biking/hiking trails and scenic overlooks in the near vicinity.
Love being close to the lake, but beach is far. No utv riding and boat launches are in need of repair.
Great area to bring the family also has the best views of the lake
spent a hot night in June passing through. Thankful for the hook ups to run the AC! Gorgeous, Quiet, starfilled night. Right near the lake.
We love the desert and this place was a gem . I have to say the wild donkeys were awesome and funny. We can see stars in the nights sky for miles so if your a star watcher then this is the place for you. Close to vegas but far enough to be with nature.
Nice flat RV parking with hook ups and some spots have Wii Fii although with all the beauty around you you should find no need to use it. We had wild burros walk through the campground every night we were there. Nice showers and picnic tables. Ramp for your boat is close by and a nice convience store and laundry facilities,