Callville Bay Trailer Village - Only
5 spaces, full hookups,
no water front spaces. 300 yds to the water. Located at Callville
Bay Marina. (702) 565-8958
Echo Bay Trailer Village -
A good number of spaces, full hookups,
no water front spaces, 1/2 mile from
the water. Located
near Echo Bay Marina. (800) 752-9669
Trailer & RV Village - 85 full hookup sites, no waterfront.
All sites are minimum 200 yds. from the water. Located
1/2mi south of
Lake Mead Marina. (702) 293-2540
Satellite Image here
Meadview RV Park
- Full hookups @ $14/day
Campground is about 8 miles from the lake
Overton Marina Campground - 60 sites,
$30/night, full hookups, some waterfront!
Overton has the best RV park on the lake.
It's also one of the best areas of Lake Mead with less people. (702)
Temple Bar Trailer Village - Only a few spaces, full hookups,
no water front spaces, 200yds to the water. Located at Temple
Bar Marina. (800) 752-9669
Park Campgrounds (no hookups)
With the 100° +heat of the summer the following
campgrounds are typically only used in the Fall, Winter, and Spring. The
absence of electricity and water hook-ups can make it difficult to sleep at night
without A/C, unless under the stars on cooler summer nights.
Boulder Beach Campground -
150 sites, 200 yds. from water.
Located 1/4mi. south of Lake Mead Marina.
Satellite Image here.
Near Callville Bay Marina
Echo Bay Campground -166 sites, no hookups.
Near Echo Bay Marina.
Near Temple Bar
National Park Rules:
Campground fees are $10 per site (5$ with Golden Age and Golden Access
passes) and are payable immediately upon occupying a campsite. Sites are
on a first-come, first-served basis, no reservations.
Check-out time is
Maximum 8 persons and 2 motorized vehicles (e.g., one camping unit and a
towed vehicle) per site. 4 motorcycles may occupy a site. Motor vehicles
must be parked in designated parking areas only and may not be driven onto the
dirt or across irrigation ditches.
Maximum stay is 90 days.
Quiet hours are 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. No noise during those hours,
including music, parties, barking dogs, or generators.
Do not leave fires unattended. Driftwood may be collected from below
the high water line for campfires. Ground fires are permitted only
in metal fire rings provided in some camp sites.
Please wash dishes at your campsite and not at the water faucets. Do
not drain contaminated water on the ground, use the service sink at the comfort
station. Dump holding tanks at sanitary stations located at each
campground. Except for filling RV tanks, do not connect hoses to the water
Pets must be kept on a leash not to exceed 6-feet in length and must not be
left unattended. Barking dogs are considered a nuisance and are not
welcomed. Owners must remove them from the campground.
primitive camping, no hookups, no running water.
There are a few areas the national park service allow camping at Lake Mead's
water edge for free, well OK.... after you pay the National
Park Entrance fee. Generally speaking on the north side of Boulder Basin
this is allowed. There areas are 100% primitive, no
amenities at all. The links below will take you to a map that shows
where these areas are located.
Government Wash Launch area
Stewarts Point is located in the Overton
Arm and is another popular waterfront primitive camping area. It's
situated about half way between Echo Bay Marina and Overton Marina.