Standard (Tent/RV)
Dispersed
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
About Lake Mead RV Village at Boulder Beach
Operator
National Park Service
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
WiFi
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RVs and Trailers
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Water Hookups
No 30 amp Hookups
50 amp Hookups
Pull-Through Sites
Max Length: 100 ft.
Location
Lake Mead RV Village at Boulder Beach is located in Lake Mead National Recreation Area in Nevada
Latitude
36.035 N
Longitude
-114.8009 W
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31 Reviews of Lake Mead RV Village at Boulder Beach
Pros and cons

Stayed here for a night in late September 2020. Upgraded shower facilities would earn another star from me.

Pros:

  • FRIENDLY staff - really nice and helpful
  • Very well-maintained sites
  • Good, easy to use connections in the site
  • Nice views (if not blocked by other RVs Cons:
  • National park entrance fee or pass required for access to the RV campground in addition to nightly camping fee
  • TIGHT spaces, everyone sandwiched in
  • NO shade or shaded picnic tables in very hot sun
  • Unairconditioned restroom facilities and cramped showers are a disappointment
Good Spot

This is a nice area right outside of Las Vegas. Driving or hiking around the reservoir will give you some great views. The campsites are a little tight, but there's plenty of rooms for a vehicle and a tent or two. There are plenty of trees that provide shade and each site has a picnic table and a fire ring. You won't get to see the lake from the campsites but it is just a short walk away. The campgrounds are well maintained and make for a pleasant experience.

Nice camp ground

My parents got a new pop up trailer and we went and tested it out.  The campgrounds offer showers nice and clean a bit far from our camp area but still none the less available. Very clean and well kept and only a short drive to Boulder beach, keep in mind if you plan to walk to the lake going down is easy getting back up is a hike. Overall a nice campground and any time of the year is good here, being vegas you want to choose anytime other than summertime. Fishing, boating, swimming are all allowed, and pets as well just keep them on a leash.

Great winter camping

Boulder Beach is a very scenic place to dry camp overlooking Lake Mead. The trees and foliage make it feel like an oasis and provide a bit of privacy and separation between some sites. We were there in winter and it was pretty chilly at night but I'm sure it would be intolerably hot in the summer without the trees for shade. Plus it attracts lots of birds who flit round in them, much to our entertainment.

 Even with short days and some shade, we were able to generate enough solar power. We Had to manage it a little but we didn’t struggle. Navigating the loops was no problem with our 50+ foot bumper pull. Sites are level and pretty generous. We had plenty of room in our pull-through to unhook the truck as well as unload our sidecar from the toy hauler. 

The sites are equipped with fire pits as well as those massive national park concrete tables. The campground as a whole is well-maintained and clean. 

Water spigots are readily available. We were even able to stretch a hose to one to fill the trailer without moving. There was no potable water available at the dump station during our stay. It looks like there was some issue and it was cut off-- not sure if that was temporary or permanent. But again, plenty of water access in the campground loops. 

The restrooms are standard issue national park style with stalls and sinks but no soap. They are cleaned thoroughly daily. We had no issue finding a site in the off-season but I imagine it's super busy other times of the year. It's a nice walk down to the lake and along the foot path past the ruins of the Hualapai Lodge. It’s well worth a stroll to take in the scenery and history. 

NOTE: there seems to be a lot of confusion between this national park campground and the Lake Mead RV Village next door that offers full hookups. So read the reviews carefully to make sure you’re looking for info on the right one.

Beautiful views

Although we visited the lake the date it reopened; Memorial Day weekend it wasn’t too packed. We found a spot close to the restrooms and everyone kept a safe distance. I’d highly recommend water shoes as this portion for the lake is full of rocks all different sizes that are unavoidable. Either than that my family and I had a wonderful time

Not Pretty but still great!

We stayed here to try out our new trailer. It is a mix of camping sites and vacation homes. The sites are all clean, and have full hook ups. Picnic table, fire pit ring and stand up grill. Staff is really nice. Full restroom with a clean shower and laundry mat. Less than a mile walk to the lake.

Good getaway spot

it's inside lake mead. easy access and plenty of camping spots for trailer/rv and tent camping. Nice walk to the lake. There are restrooms. What I didnt like was no night attendant. We had someone parked in our spot. overall it's a good family camping spot.

Park units and RV Sites

There are big double wide and park unit houses in addition to RV spots against the fence and facing the lake.

Some of the photos of the spread out sites and tents are actually of the campground next door.

Park units and RV Sites

There are big double wide and park unit houses in addition to RV spots against the fence and facing the lake.

Some of the photos of the spread out sites and tents are actually of the campground next door.

Great trees and sites!

It didn’t have full hookups, but there was water, a dump site and fire pits. Some other campers ran there generators too late and too early, but it was a beautiful site with wonderful shade and eucalyptus trees.