Beautiful park on Boulder Bay part of Lake Mead, the vistas are breathtaking. National park so with Senior Pass fee to camp was only $5.oo. Right side of park all cement, level pads with picnic table & fire ring. Roads all blacktop & lots of room between sites & even some pull thrus. Dump Station & fresh water available. Dry camp at sites with generators. Lake & Mts visible from most sites. Stayed in motorhome. - Driftr
This park is half way fixed up and revamped and we didn't notice that so our site was unlevel and old, be sure to stay to the right when driving in and you will rate it a 10...they have reworked everything: level concrete sites, long enough for any rig. The bathrooms are still old. The lake is maybe a mile away now, it is sad. - saturn7
Water is available near restrooms. We paid senior rate of $5.00 with no admission fee because of our senior park pass. On the entrance road, Boulder Beach Rec Area is on L and commercial campground on R. Entering Rec area, on the L side is much older campsites with gravel pads and Very unlevel. Tried 3 different sites on L side before giving up and moving to R side. On the R side is newer campsites with concrete pads, new fire pits, new restrooms, etc. Pads still not level but workable. Lots of space between sites makes it very quiet. Dry camping, no hookups. Only reason for not a 10 is no hookups. This is a gem of a site. - Ed Hamilton
This is a full timers or snowbird park. Sites are very nice and terraced for a view from most areas. The sites are privately owned and rented out when owners are not present. The park was very quiet 24/7 - in fact didn't see many residents at all during our 3 days. It is close to Hoover Dam and a good home base for visiting Las Vegas and being out of the crowds. To sum it up - there wasn't any thing wrong with the park - it just wasn't a great place for overnighters. We probably will look somewhere else next time in area. - pasco1215
If your looking for a resort this is for you. It's not a campground, more of a RV subdivision. No picnic tables or fire rings, weak WiFi. There is a book for the 45 rules for this resort. Close to the Hover Dam. Think we'll pass on this one next time. - southernsky
Its a very nice park, well kept and has a 'resort' feel to it with the nice pool and recreation facilities. The bathrooms are not private and usually have two showers on the male side per station. The facilities are clean and include two fenced dog areas. The Wi-Fi (depending on spot) and basic cable are quite good for being free. There is some differences in price between renters and those that own and live on the lots so my price isn't quite reflective as I lived there monthly and lot are rented from either the owner or through the agency from the owner at the park entrance. Usually lots are 450-500 again depending on how one rents the lot. If you rent the electricity is additional and is reasonable compared to Las Vegas. - 72mach1
An older park built before the days of big rigs. It is in no way big rig friendly. We had one of the longest sites (a pull-in). At 44' our nose was up against the embankment while our Jeep was parked sideways behind the rig with part of the Jeep sticking out into the access road (even with it so close you could barely get out the driver's door).
Asphalt access roads (mostly narrow). Mix of pull thrus, back-ins, and pull-ins. Sites are gravel and relatively level. Back-ins and pull-ins share a utility pedestal. Our site was trashy with dozens of cigarette butts scattered over the site.
Power ok, water 50psi, sewer ok. Wifi good signal and with fluctuating speed (between crawling and 5.5 Mbps). However note that password is tower dependent so if you can't get in, verify with the office you have the password that matches the tower.
We will not be back. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
This park is one of the very few in town, which explains the high rate - $40 without Good Sam. The only reason I stayed here was to wait for an RV fixit guy to come fix something. Sites are close together, gravel, small trees that really don't provide shade. I was only 3 units from the wifi repeater - it didn't work. They're "planning" on a new system, but without a higher antenna, it won't work well. I had to sit in the clubhouse to do any internet. Pathetic for the cost! - sloopygirl
The park has paved roads and gravel sites. It is in town but easy to get in and out. The sites are average width the length is ok but you have to unhook if you have a long rig. We have stayed here before and found it to be a great spot. The staff are friendly and very helpful and thanked us for returning. All the services worked fine. It was fairly full but very quite during our stay. We would return again. - JDR
We stayed just one night. The staff was friendly and accommodating, the sites were easy to get into and level, the facilities were clean, and the scenery was gorgeous. We will stay here again on our way from Arizona to Utah. Good experience. - Toby Maxx
Good sites by water. Cement level pads facing the water. Wifi usable, usual Tengo Internet problems of sign in, seems like it will only register one device. Good Verizon 4G. Cable with enough stations. Lower stations had some fuzz. No grass but nice gravel next to cement pads. Good for Class A. Cement pads are premium sites that do cost a few dollars more but well worth it. Water and electric on both sides of pad so you can pull in forward or backward depending on your camper view. Most all pull in straight to site. No dog run. Permanent mobile homes across the street. Very quiet when we were here in late April. - wtravlr1
We had a water front view location and it was beautiful! We have stayed here for a week the last 4 years and always enjoy it. There are some great hikes in the Lake Mead Nat'l Rec Area. Bike path is right outside the park. Golf in Boulder and not too far from Las Vegas. No pool, Jacuzzi, or activities, however. Laundry facilities has 6 washers and 3 dryers, go figure! The rating is primarily based on the view sites. - Sally Chew