Spread over more than 2,000 sq. miles, Lake Mead National Recreation Area is the perfect place for all kinds of recreational pursuits. As the first and largest NRA in America, this park features fascinating landscapes such as canyons, valleys, mountains, and two vast lakes, all of which attract a staggering number of RV campers and visitors annually.
Within Lake Mead NRA, there are 900 plant species, 500 wildlife species, and 24 rare and threatened species. In addition, there are 9 wilderness areas, 23 historic structures, over 1300 recorded archaeological sites, as well as two Traditional Cultural Properties. You see now why Lake Mead NRA has to be your next RV holiday destination?
Opportunities to have fun abound in this park. You can decide to swim in any of the park’s two lakes, hike on 15 easy-to-very strenuous trails, angle for a wide variety of fish, or just relax in your campsite. Abundant bird species in the park mean bird watchers are in for a treat. Boaters and canoeists are also not neglected, and neither are scuba divers! Biking, hunting, and nature viewing/photography are other ways you can stay active in the park.
With the many camping options available in the park, you are guaranteed a fulfilling time at Lake Mead NRA.