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Full Hookup Campground at Lake Mead, Boulder Basin

Lake Mead RV Village
Reservations taken up to 1yr in advance
Office hours are 7am to 7pm.
(702) 293-2540

Contact Lake Mead RV Village:  Lake Mead RV Village

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Rates:

Nightly  $30 for Back-In
             $34 for Pull-Through
             $45 for Premium Lakeside (front row view)

Weekly  $180 for Back-In
              $193  for Pull-Though
              $240 for Premium Lakeside (front row view)

Monthly  $575 for Back-In
               $615 for Pull Through
               Sorry, there  are no premium sites available by the month

VISA, M/C, Amex, & Discover cards accepted

Cable TV service is included in rate. Maximum of 8 people per site. Pets are welcome (max. 2 per site) and must be behaved. There's a maximum of 3 vehicles per site, including the RV (some sites will only accommodate 2 vehicles).

Above rates do not include a 12% Clark County tax.

All reservations require a one-night non-refundable deposit at the time the reservation is made. The entire reservation will be cancelled if the guest has not checked in by noon of the day following the specified arrival date (normal check out time). Daily, weekly, and monthly rates; maximum length of stay is 6-months.

  • 115 RV sites (many pull-thru sites) - all with power, water, sewer and cable TV (40 channels - including 4 Showtime channels);

  • Wi-Fi at most sites (nice)

  • Propane available for purchase onsite

  • Meeting room for group activities with indoor seating for 36 and a large outside deck with spectacular views of the lake

  • Outdoor recreation area providing a Bocce ball court, two horseshoe pits and four picnic areas each with a BBQ

  • Convenience & gift store located in the main office complex; Internet access available in lobby.

  • Laundry facility: open 24 hours

  • Walking distance to Boulder Swim Beach

  • Hemenway launch ramp is only 2mi away

Lake Mead RV Village is a mobile home park with RV sites.   Forever Resorts bought this RV Park June of 2003, formerly called Lakeshore Village Trailer Park.  Many changes have taken place since this change.   

Lake Mead RV Village is the most convenient location for Lake Mead visitors, closest to people traveling from So. Calif and Arizona areas.  It's located between Boulder City and Henderson, as shown in our map.

Many RV sites have a view of the water as shown to the right.

Although you can beach a boat about 1/2mi. away at the day-use area, you cannot leave a boat overnight on shore.  If you don't want to pull your boat out every night with your RV, slips can be rented at Lake Mead Marina about 2mi away.  This is our recommendation, alleviating the hassle of pulling out your boat.  But if you don't mind pulling it out your can buy gas in Boulder city for less money.

The RV park also has mobile homes, many of them owned by snowbirds.  The national park rules allow mobile home owners to stay in them for a maximum of 6 months a year. This can be 6 consecutive months, or spread out through the year. No year-round permanent residency is allowed.  Some of these units have a magnificent view of the lake, however the water has been rather low for over 10yrs.  The trailer park leases this land for $250-$310/mo, a real bargain if you own one of the mobile homes.  If you're interested in buying one of these mobile homes check with the trailer park office (702) 293-2540, they keep a list of trailers for sale.  These mobile homes range from $25K-$50K depending on the age and condition. You must show up in person at the trailer park to see the listings, they won't help you by email.

If any mobile home owner at Lake Mead RV Village is interested in listing their home for sale, contact Riverlakes Host.  I will post ads on this page.