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Lake Mohave is situated in Arizona and lies next to the state’s border with Nevada. The lake rests beside the Colorado River and is near both the Hoover Dam and Davis Dam. The lake spans over 26,500 acres long and has an impressive depth of 75 feet.

Lake Mohave is surrounded by numerous campgrounds and historic resorts. It’s also a popular place for photography thanks to the many desert animals and plants that live near it. The climate tends to be very arid, with summers reaching scorching temperatures.

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Getting Outdoors

You’ll discover many things to do while visiting Lake Mohave. Due to the lake’s massive size, boating is one activity to try out. The lake offers many different marinas and boat ramps for boaters to use. While out on the water, you’ll be able to get stunning views of the nearby Black Mountains. You might also consider fishing in the lake while boating as it features an abundance of striped bass, catfish, sunfish, and bluegill.

Visitors grab your camera and head out to do some wildlife photography. Lake Mohave is a popular spot for reptiles, such as the desert tortoise, iguanas, and Gila monsters. You’ll also need to keep an eye out for rattlesnakes. In addition to this, wildlife photographers will find plenty of other animals to search for, including bighorn sheep, mountain lions, and bats.

Hiking is yet another thing to do while here. The lake is surrounded by plenty of trails
and offers impressive views of the nearby landscape. One trail to check out is the Fisherman’s Trail. This trail is about two miles long and will take you by the Colorado River and ancient mesquite trees. Another option is the Arizona Hot Spring Trail. As its name suggests, this trail will take hikers by a hot spring. Keep in mind though that this trail tends to be very strenuous. Due to the local climate, it’s also important to make sure to carry water with you at all times when hiking.

Camping at Lake Mohave

An RV rental in Mohave County, AZ, will find provide plenty of options to camp at. One choice is the Willow Beach Campground. This RV campground has 28 sites and offers amenities such as fire rings, picnic tables, showers, a laundry room, and WiFi. It also has a pier and marina available for guests to use. This option is just a few minutes away from Lake Mohave and features views of both Lake Mohave and the Colorado River.

Another travel trailer campground nearby is the Dolan Springs RV Park. This motorhome campground has numerous sites that come with amenities such as 30, 50 amps, sewer, and water. This pet-friendly option also has showers, trash pickup, WiFi, and hiking trails.

Exploring the Area

Lake Mohave is situated near many interesting attractions visitors can drive their motorhome too. A short drive away in Kingman is the Arizona Route 66 Museum. This museum celebrates the iconic Route 66 and the impact it has had on Arizona. While here, guests will be able to view exhibits that tell more behind the local history and why this iconic road was built. You’ll also be able to view various types of vehicles, including vintage models.

Another place to drive your travel trailer too is the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument. Situated in Littlefield, this national monument offers panoramic views of the Grand Canyon and nearby Mount Logan. This area is also a popular place for stargazing, and a local astronomy group hosts various stargazing events throughout the year. While here, you’ll also be able to view some of the local wildlife, many of which are endangered. In addition to this, visitors can learn more about the local history while exploring the grounds, including about Native Americans and cowboys who once roamed the land.

Load up the family and head over to Bullhead City, AZ, to explore the Colorado River Heritage Greenway Park. This recreational area offers stunning views of the Colorado River and Davis Dam. It also features numerous trails that wind around the river providing you with some unique perspectives of the area. One trail to check out is the Riverfront Trail, which features a paved path around the river. There’s also the Desert Trail that will take you into the desert to view local wildlife and plants.

You will find a few gas stations located around Lake Mohave, although a few might be a bit of a long drive to reach. There are a handful of restaurants near Lake Mohave, including Japanese eateries and steakhouses. If you’d like to consume a few favorite local dishes while visiting, try out burritos, fry bread, fried okra, and Navajo tacos.

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