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Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $40.00
This was our first time here, and I really liked it. The front row sites are new, with large concrete parking pads wide enough for good size patio area. Around that is small size gravel that is in good shape. The row directly behind are permanent double wide trailers, but most are in good shape. The next tier in back of that is being remodeled to be like the front row. The sites are large, and the views are awesome. No shade or greenery on the front row, but that's not a big surprise in Nevada on the lake. I would stay here again. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $35.00
Updated Waterfront to "no." It's at least a quarter mile before you get to water. Nice view though, and the front row sites are pretty nice. We stayed in a pull-through loop with other dog owners. Large unfenced gravel area for the dogs. Nice staff. Sewer hookup was slow. Park is inside Lake Mead Recreational Area so we paid another $10 for one week's access. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $32.00
Can't beat the views of Lake Mead. Just minutes away from Hoover Dam and old Boulder city. We were in a pull through that provided plenty of space. Hookups were adequate. Stay away from the park store, it's way overpriced. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $45.00
Lake views, and all downhill after that. Our second and last time staying here. With lower lake levels, the water is a long way off. Little landscaping or vegetation and no grass. A lot of permanent double wides, and us and several neighbors were woken up before dawn this AM by the slightly deaf gentleman across the street, and this is in the high price front row section! The cable TV has mostly poor reception. The football on CBS and Fox was barely watchable. No ESPN, so had to schlep up to Boulder City for Mon Night Football. The Wi-Fi (farmed out to TengoInternt) is nearly worthless. You get a daily coupon, but there are a number of limits imposed, including that only one device can be used with the coupon. Yesterday, it took over ten minutes to get through to Tengo only to speak with a completely apathetic and dense employee. When my wife appeared at the office to secure additional coupons for our multiple devices, she was treated like an unwanted panhandler (this was our third day at $45 a pop, with Good Sam discount). And, by the way, the woman who seems to run the office won't smile but probably won't mistreat you. Her two young assistants, however, will likely treat you like a trespassing solicitor if you attempt to interrupt their daytime TV. They almost seem disgusted having to interact with needy travelers passing through. Do yourself a favor, the state park next door has lots of availability, and is $10/ night. We are moving there now. The camp host is delightful. Also, excellent dry camping on BLM land with equally nice lake views nearby, and it's FREE. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $40.00
We camped here with a group and camped in the first row which are pull in sites with an outstanding unobstructed views of Lake Mead. The sites are very wide with level concrete pads. Each site has a fire pit and a picnic table. The park staff was very helpful, even allowing us to use it's community room for activities. Camp host has a vast knowledge of the lake and history of Hoover Dam. This campground is currently changing from a mobile home park to a campground park, but this in NO way hinders business. We look forward to coming here again. Ask for a site in the first row, it is well worth it. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $30.00
Price reflects weekly rate. Paved roads, gravel sites, back to back and very narrow, but unusually long so patio areas not overlooked. Friendly, helpful staff, but staff service vehicles noisy. Overlooks beautiful Lake Mead, we were in the upper area, lower is more expensive and mainly only accessible by A class. Gents restroom clean, but needs refurbishment.There is also an area of the park that is closed with signs saying future refurbishment which needs to be done as i's making the whole park look untidy. During our stay the park was very quiet and the Wi-Fi was excellent. Cable very good. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $32.00
This park is in a National Park so there are fees to get in to the park. The campground sites are gravel with concrete patios up top and the lake side sites are concrete. The lake is very low so the lake is a long way from the lake side sites. WI-FI and utilities worked well. Showers where old, but clean. I was told by a camper on the lake side the WI-FI was weak. This is a great place to stay to visit the Hoover Dam. We toured the dam and also took the paddle wheel boat tour to the dam. The campground gave us a two for one coupon for the boat trip. They take you to the top/lake side of the dam. It is also 20 miles from Las Vegas. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $35.00
Nice, well maintained campground close to Boulder Beach. Concrete pads, easy hookups, and clean bathrooms. WiFi was decent. Close to Hoover Dam. Nice place for a stopover, but HOT! We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $38.00
Great campground if your going to see the Hoover Dam. Staff was very nice and very helpful. Nice view of Lake Mead, but not close enough to walk to. No trees and very hot, so one night was great, but don't want to stay for two. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $36.00
Park was clean and well run. Would never go again in the summer. Over 100 degrees both days and a swimming pool would have been a blessing. Showers were nearly unusable due to heat. A little air conditioning would have been really nice there. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $42.00
There are 3 different sites/prices available. We chose the pull through which sits up and has a view of the lake. We checked out the site (most expensive) which is the "closest" to the lake. It has a better view but is not close to the lake & is back in. The park is fairly clean. Bathrooms/laundry are older but clean. Price is too much for the sites, but they have a monopoly going as you can see Lake Meade. Management is nice/friendly. I would try another park in the town of Boulder City (which is nice), as this was nothing special. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $45.00
I opted for a "lake front" premium site which gives a very pretty view of Mead Lake and surrounding mountains but the lake shore is at least a half mile away - perhaps further. These sites also have no shade and while we were there it was 120F. The one surprise to us was this park is inside a National Recreation Area so entry requires a $10 fee. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $34.00
The scenery from this park is amazing. The lake is gorgeous. Also, this is a very nice park that is well kept up and easy to access. The pull through site are spacious and long. Both the Cable and WI-FI were very good. My only thing is that they do not reduce the rates in the summer when they are mostly empty because of the heat. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $34.00
How you rate this park depends upon your expectations. This is a resort on Lake Mead, and consequently people come here to party and have a good time. Unfortunately, we were looking for a place to stay for one night, and just wanted to pull in, set up and take it easy. There was loud music from an amplified band at the entrance to the park. We could hear it loud and clear though we were a couple of hundred yards away. This went on until 9 PM. The sites are very narrow, but they are long and are side-by-side so it gives the illusion that the spaces are wider than they are. There is also $10 charge to get into the recreation area unless you have a national parks pass. The utilities are difficult to get to because the sites are so narrow that there is not much room between the RV and the electric hookup. I would hesitate to stay here again unless I want to actually use the lake facilities or visit the dam. We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $26.00
Price reflects a monthly rate. The view from this park is just incredible! The pull ins were easy to maneuver pulling our toad. The sits are gravel with a concrete patio which was nice. The park is quiet. The WI-FI was regulated band width unless you wanted to pay for more. Only one computer could be on at one time-which was a real pain. They also change your password every week--sort of a pain. There are miles of bike trails if you are in the shape to do mountain biking (literally). Nice little casino about 2 miles up the road has great breakfast deals. Only downside, you must buy a pass for the car to get in and out of the park while you are there--as does any guest. We would still go again--only when it was warmer! We camped at Lake Mead RV Village in a Motorhome.Undo
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