Just spent 3 nights at Lake Mead RV Village May 10-13, 2013. This facility is located in National Park so you have to pay $10 park access fee good for up to 7 days. The Good: Panoramic view of lake from our lakeview site; 50-amp service was awesome with no power problems (this was important as it was 90+ everyday and needed 2 ACs to cool coach at times); spacious site so you are not packed in 5 feet from RV next door; clean; well tended; free wi-fi; decent camp store; friendly staff and easy check in and out; convenient to Hoover Dam; marina 1 mile away. The Meh: The wi-fi barely works at the lake view sites; the office and store closed at 5 pm daily; no voice mail to leave reservation info after hours; no response to request to change reservation by email although change had been made on our arrival. The Bad: no swimming pool; lake is 1/2 mile away and not accessible by foot; the "beach" is a hard packed dirt flat-no amenities like sand, no floats, slides, etc in water; no trees or shade in RV sites; no boat launch or overnight moorings; VERY remote-except for the marina (where everything also seemed to close at 5 even on weekend) the nearest groceries, restaurants etc. are in Boulder City which is some miles away. Since this is a national park, the RV park has no control over condition of beach or lake but it was an unpleasant surprise for us as we didn't have a boat and planned on spending a beach day at the water.
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- Lake Mead RV Village Boulder City, Nevada