November 5, 2020 - reviewed by Seattle Dave
Great Spot To Stay,
We spent a week in a lakefront view site and loved it! The view sites are a bit more, but was $41/ night for a week. Well spaced pads, hookups on both sides so MHs could face the lake and pull behinds back in. Friendly staff, clean, and laundry room good. We did not use the restrooms. Highly recommended!
October 20, 2019 - reviewed by Jason
It’s Inside A National Park!
Awesome stay of 4 nights!! Just remember it’s inside Lake Mead National RecreationArea. There’s a park fee $25 a day to enter even if you’re a guest at the campground. An annual national park pass gets you unlimited entry and is valid at all US national parks and is $80. After sunset entry is free. So if you go out and about for the day, return after sunset lol. Great park, office was very helpful, host met us at 8:30 pm and guided us to our lake view site and helped with parking, ( was quite dark). Very large level concrete double wide pads!! Will stay again !!
August 1, 2019 - reviewed by Traveling Banjo
Level lots, showers, laundry and a beautiful view. It was 113 degrees most days, but the sunrises and sunsets were beautiful! Lost a star because our septic kept back up on us. But, otherwise a dream place to be.
July 21, 2019 - reviewed by The Quest
Lake Mead RV Village offers a friendly staff, coin operated laundry, showers, propane, cable TV, full hook ups, 30 or 50 amp power, level concrete pads, picnic tables & fire rings. If any are available, stay in the lake view sites. A great spot to park your RV to simply view the lake or go exploring. Visit Hoover Dam, walk or bike the old railroad tunnel trail. Bring water! It can get hot! Hit Boulder City to visit several antique shops or eat in the historic Boulder City Hotel. Of course it is a lake, you can go boating, swimming & just wade into the water. Wear water shoes it is a bit rocky. We come here often & really enjoy our stay.
May 16, 2019 - reviewed by Raptor Off-road Adven
Lake View Spot Pricy But Nice
lake view spot are nice with level concrete pads. Nice views of the lake. Pricy at $56
October 27, 2018 - reviewed by The Gray Ghost
The pull thru sites are set up so you are headed one way and someone else is headed the other way. They are very long, but if you have a toad it is right on the other side of the other persons patio. But they were very clean and had patios and fire rings. The laundry room was OK two washers were out of order, but that was OK because they only have three dryers to the six washers. Washers are 1.50, dryers .25 per 8 mins.
July 24, 2018 - reviewed by Dale A.
Nice Site the Rest OK
We stayed here for 3 nights and in the summer it is HOT! Damn HOT! 115-118 degrees each day.
We had a site closest to the water, about 1/8 mile away. Nice paved, level pads with gravel around it. Easy full hookups. The Office staff was nice and helpful.
Laundry facilities were basic but clean, although one of the dryers had a large amount of pet hair all in it and packing up the lint trap, uck! We had someone remove our clothes from the dryer before the time was up and put their clothes in the dryer on our time. Unfortunately the person who did this was in a Class C parked outside the bldg and spoke little English. My son did not really know how to handle the situation unfortunately and the people left before I could investigate it further. Campground has some old worn out run down oil rig worker sleeping trailers outside the Laundry bldg. Found numerous nails and screws in the gravel near the laundry parking area and these trailers. Many permanent full time mobile homes.
July 10, 2018 - reviewed by Jen M
Good And Bad
Beautiful view and location in the part. Site was pretty nice with gravel no dirt. Very close to Hoover Dam. Lake Mead is very very low. Person was there to greet us as we got the after office hours (closed at 5pm). It was 115 degrees that day. There was no being outside to enjoy the camp site. Fridge stopped working due to the heat and our RV would not cool down. Not the campground owner’s
fault. It is within the Park Service jurisdiction, therefore you have to pay to get on sight. We had a print out of our reservation, but that did not matter, you have to pay. Just a heads up. If you have a National Park pass, that gets you in.
May 26, 2018 - reviewed by Kristal
5 Stars for Lake View Spot
Lake View spot is the way to go! Amazing view to wake up to! Clean site, spacious, very friendly staff. We rented a boat for the day on the lake at the marina, so fun! Half the park is full time mobile homes, but clean, well maintained, and very friendly! Super great Lakeside location. We would come again but only for a Lakefront spot. The other spots did not appeal to us.
November 2, 2017 - reviewed by Glo Rawson
Loved Our Stay!
Paid $34 with Good Sam for a back in spot. We loved the location even though we were not lake front we couls still see the lake in places and a view of the beautiful mountains. Also showers had great water pressure which is always a big plus for me! We stayed one night and enjoyed a long walk down to the water and some wine at the Harbor House marina nearby. Extremely friendly staff!!! All rv parks should learn from them :-) thank you! I hope to visit again soon!
September 23, 2017 - reviewed by JakeN
Quiet And Friendly Lake View
We got the lake view spot which is awesome at sunrise. Price is a little steep for what it is but then again that's anything federal these days.
Staff was super friendly and helpful.
September 10, 2016 - reviewed by Brent
Friendly, Helpful, Great View
Hosts were on the ball. We pulled after hours and they directed us to a site. It was only $30 with Good Sam. It had a view and full hook up. Lots up to $50 for better location. Dog friendly. Area was very quiet.