Lodging at Lake Mead requires advance reservations for Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day weekends. You should probably start making
reservations about two months in advance. However, last minute reservations may be available.
Temple Bar lodging fills quickly, and there is little chance of finding an available room on a walk-in basis during the summer. Echo
Bay lodging is currently unavailable.
If you are renting a houseboat, you may be able to arrange to sleep aboard it the night before your arrival.
Lake Mead and Lake Mohave offer a wide variety of lodgings. Whatever you will be doing on the river and however many people are in your
party, you are sure to find accomodations to suite you. Following is a brief rundown of the Resorts to help you with your decision making process.
Echo Bay Resort at Lake Mead:
Lodge is currently closed, RV spaces are available.
Lake Mead Resort at, well, Lake Mead:
Lake Mead Resort is closed.
Katherine's Landing at Lake Mohave:
Choose from several rooms types including Kitchen Units with two double beds, rooms with a king size bed, spacious Double Deluxe rooms with two
double beds and a small kitchen, as well as Kitchen Suites with a large kitchen and two queen size beds for extra comfort.
Open All Year- Lake Mead NRA: National Park Service campgrounds offer restrooms, running water, dump stations, grills, picnic tables and
shade. RV's, trailers and tents welcome. See individual campgrounds below. Concessioner campgrounds, including recreational vehicle hook-ups are also available within the park.
Open All Year - Overton Arm area. 166 sites, 30 day limit.
Open All Year - Lake Mohave area. 173
sites, 30 day limit.
Open All Year - East Lake Mead area. 153 sites, 30 day limit.