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Road rough to get to it. Very dispersed area. Looks like mile and miles. One vault toilet at head of campground but have water and dump station at Valley of Fire (close). Nice weather at this time of year. Not much trash either.
Camping is pretty available and dispersed! There’s sites you can get to with and without 4 wheel drive, so options for rv’s and car camping. No cell service at all with sprint/t mobile. One vault toilet at head of camping area but not too many people camp close to it so prepare accordingly.
Rough road, but worth it for the view! Valley of Fire campgrounds full so we came to the lake. Plenty of others around but plenty of space.
One of many dispersed camping spots on Lake Mead. Stewart’s Point is midway on the west coast of the Overton arm of the lake, easily accessible from 167/Northshore Dr by turning onto Stewarts’s Point Rd. This is a dirt road that leads to the lake and many offshoots for plentiful dispersed spots right on or near the water.
GPS: (36.3740104, -114.3978818)
Upper sites are more level and packed, the roads and sites get sketchy and soft further down you go to the water.
There is a pit toilet here but no other amenities. There is free water, trash and dump station further south at one of several NRA campsites.
Good cell service, beautiful lake and scenery, amazing night sky and lots of donkeys braying day and night.
When calling they said they have 5 “first come-first serve” camps. Well, we were able to get one, pay the fee, yet others kept coming to where there were WAY more than 5 camps being used. 2 people went off to the north of the shoreline and a large group came in later and camped off in the field. Others kept coming in after closure with their vehicles and spent the night. Way too many…
Did I pay for my campsite when I didn’t need to?
a short jaunt from las vegas. we took the scenic route through lake mead national park. drove out on a sunday and had sites a plenty to choose from. Loved the off grid camping with majestic rock formations surrounding our camp which felt like beach sand beneath our feat. secluded and spectacular.
PACK IN PACK OUT