Lake Mead RV Village

(1) Review

268 Lakeshore Road, Boulder City, NV, 89005

Our Lake Mead RV Village offers many things to see and do. Whether you’d rather go sightseeing, tour Hoover Dam, go shopping, visit historic Boulder City or try your luck in Las Vegas, Lake Mead RV Village is conveniently located to a variety of attractions. There’s a lot going on around Lake Mead RV Village, so set up camp and discover this diverse and historically significant area, while enjoying your stay on the shores of Lake Mead.

Enjoy nights admiring the Lake Mead sunset while camping at the Lake Mead RV Village. Whether you stay a night or a month, we provide excellent amenities to make your vacation memorable.

Lake Mead RV park requires RV units to meet RVIA Standards for the Health and Safety of all guests. When booking an RV site with/ hookups, your unit will be required to comply with these standards.  

Last Updated: 01/09/2024

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Back-In Site $50.00 $300.00 $800.00 See More
Lakeview Site $70.00 $420.00
Pull-Through Site $60.00 $360.00 $950.00 See More

Fire Ring / Grill

50 Amps

100 Amps

Swimming Indoors



Horseback Riding

268 Lakeshore Road, Boulder City, NV, 89005
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Overall Rating: 4.0

Enrique J Robinson

Great views of the lake. There are lakeside sites but the campground is tiered so all sites have a good view. There are pull through and back in sites (although for some reason, they were only using the pull through sites). The sites are close together. The bathroom is nice but you have to have a key card (like hotel room doors) to access it so if you forget it you can't get in. It is not too far from Las Vegas if that is your cup of tea. It is right down the road from Lake Mead Cruises. We took a mid-day cruise on Desert Dream, a paddleboat. Very interesting. The park has no shade and it was 100+ degrees so we spent much of the afternoon inside the AC watching the free cable TV. It had 30 & 50 amp, water but not sure about sewer. I do not use it. The pads are gravel but level. Each site has a picnic table. I think it is pet friendly but again, can not vouch for that because I am not traveling with a pet this trip and I have left. I know they allow pets because I saw people walking their pets. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group