Lake Mead RV Village (Boulder Beach)
Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Beautiful sunset over Lake Mead!
We stopped here for an overnight in April 2016. We considered the pretty and shady state park right next door to this spot (so close, we walked through it on way down to the beach), but the no generator rule and no electricity kept us away...it was hot enough that we wanted our A/C! Our concrete pad was level and had ample space (packed gravel) around us had there been other campers next door. There was a picnic table on the gravel area. I downloaded a photo for anyone wanting to see what the Lake View sites look like. We chose a head-in site, with FHU, right on the water and the sunset view was spectacular! Very peaceful. We walked around the park and noticed a good bit of full-timers. There is an area with permanent motorhomes with decks, but no residents during our stay. Don't let that scare you off as this is pretty typical in this part of the country...they were all well-maintained and "cute". The streets are wide and the park is easy to navigate. It's also very clean. There weren't any trees in our section and few in the park, so I imagine the sun gets pretty intense during the heat of the summer. Thankfully, that wasn't an issue when we were there (April). We walked down to the "beach" to check things out, but it was/is a longer walk than it looks, so it may be a bit too much for some folks. We were very impressed with this park and would definitely stay here again when out that way. We paid about $40 with Good Sam and were in a 25' Motorhome.
Nice and quiet, but to hot in September
Park very clean and quiet, almost all lots have a view on the Mead lake. Could not walk to the lake (1/2 mi. And too hot), must take your car and go to Boulder beach area. Staff friendly. Lots a bit tight. Wifi reception 6/10, Tel AT&T good. Many things to visit around ( Red canyon, Vegas, Hoover Dam, Valley of fire ...)
Excellent lake views
Pick the water front lots which are not really waterfront however they offer an excellent view of the lake and surrounding areas, clean large sites plenty room for 45 ft 4 slide rigs plus parking for toad.
Lake Mead in March
Super location to enjoy Lake Mead, the surrounding park, and Las Vegas. We toured the dam, explored the park, boated on the Colorado, and drove to Las Vegas. Nearby Boulder City is a great little town with NO gambling and some good small restaurants. The Railroad Pass Casino has the best Prime Rib for the money I have had. We stayed in Lake View lots and the view is fabulous. The staff is friendly and the grounds are very clean. It is a big park and most of the lots are permanently rented and occupied by mobile homes. There is only 1 park restroom/shower and it is small and far away. The camp store is nice but closes every day at 500P. The cable TV has been out for 3 days. They say a part is ordered. The Wi-fi doesn't reach to my lake view lot so be prepared to use your cell phone. My sewer, power connections were 30' away. My ATT cellphone works very well here. We stayed for 2 weeks and paid a weekly rate.
A favorite stop
We love this campground. The lake view sites are wonderful. Each time we travel through this area we make sure to have a night here. Wi Fi isn't that great in the lake view sites though. Beautiful level concrete pads.
Nice place in march
Lake view spots are spacious and well maintained. Fair distance to the beach. Staff was friendly. Will come back again with a kayak.
Easily the friendliest welcome we've ever had to an RV park, a special mention is owed to Tony and Jean who were so helpful on arrival. The plots themselves are spacious, all facilities just as you'd expect, and fantastic views of lake mead from most sites. Tony in particular is a font of information regarding the lake and surrounding area. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend this RV park, and felt the $45 for an unobstructed lake view plot was worth the small premium on the price.
This is a very well maintained park with excellent views of Lake Mead. Almost all spots have a bit of a view, even if you don't spring for the Lake View sites (which are very spacious, and set up to pull forward in for best viewing from a motorhome).
A lot of the park are permanent manufactured homes, and the rest RV Park. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful.
The park is inside the Lake Mead Recreational Area, and it is a fee area - so you will pay to enter the park (which was $10 for a 7 day pass), plus your spot. You can use your national park pass to get in for free.
We selected a pull-thru site for $32/night, plus tax and were given one with a great view. We did feel the price is somewhat steep for being on national park land. But it is beautiful!
Be prepared for lots of rental RVs, especially in the lake front view area.
We had great AT&T and Verizon 3G signal, that was faster than the park's free wifi. They only give you one wifi pass code per spot anyway.
Great price and location
20 minutes from Vegas and 5 minutes from Hoover Dam it is hard to beat this location. The campground is great except the sights are narrow. Great view of the lake and very close to the beaches and marina. Price is great for here at only 32 a night, we reserved 4 nights and liked it so much we stayed an additional 3 nights, highly recommend!
Great Lake Views
The RV sites are terraced into a hill so that most of the sites have a great view of Lake Mead. All of the hookups worked, the sites were a reasonable size and the staff was exceptionally helpful. Ranger Tony put on slide shows based on the interest of the groups and was a wealth of knowledge about the local area and the building of Hoover Dam.