Lake Mead In Arizona
Boating, camping and fishing.
Located on the Colorado River along the Arizona-Nevada border, massive Lake Mead is truly a boating recreation paradise. 160,000 surface-acres fulfill the dreams of those who love to spend time on the water boating, water skiing, fishing, swimming and vacationing on rental houseboats. Arizonans access the lake at two primary marinas. To camp or launch at Lake Mead Marina, take US Highway 93 across the Hoover Dam bypass into Nevada. Turn north on Lakeshore road to arrive at Lake Mead Marina. To access to the Temple Bar area, leave Highway 93 onto Temple Bar Road (County Road 143) east approximately 24 miles to Temple Bar Marina. From the west side there are several options for accessing Lake Mead. Highway 147 out of Las Vegas travels Stewart's Point, Echo Bay and Callville Bay. There is also a turnoff onto Lakeshore Blvd for access to Lake Mead Marina.
Boat Rental: YES
Boat Launch Ramp: YES
RV Hookups: YES
Convenience Store: YES
Bait & Tackle: YES
Boulder Beach Campground - 702 293-2540
Temple Bar Marina Campground - 928 767-3211
Callville Bay Resort, Marina & Campground - 800 255-5561
Lake Mead RV Village Campground - 702 293-2540
Callville Bay Campground - 702 293-8990
Meadview RV Park Campground - 928 564-2662
Atlatl Rock Campground - 702 397-2088
Boulder Oaks RV Resort Campground - 702 294-4425
Lake Mead Map
Fish species found in Lake Mead include largemouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, rainbow trout, bluegill and striped bass.
Click here for a AZ Fishing License.
Local Contact Information
Callville Bay Resort & Marina
100 Callville Bay Rd
Overton, NV 89120
Lake Mead Marina
490 Horsepower Cove
Boulder City, NV 89005
Temple Bar Marina
1 Main Street
Temple Bar Marina, AZ 86443
Echo Bay Resort & Marina
600 Echo Bay Rd
Overton, NV 89040