This is a very old and unkept campground at Lake Mojave. The RV spots are tight and some are un-level. My slide was just short of my neighbor's concrete patio. The park is gravel roads, gravel sites and hardly any shade. Forget about Internet or cell phones since there is zero signal. It is a desert setting, short "downhill" walk to the lake with a hotel, boat launch, store and marina. Management appears to cater to the boaters while ignoring the RV'ers. Lots of vehicle traffic during all hours since many come to party at the Lake. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an old campground located within the Lake Mead National Park at Lake Mojave. The park has all the RV spots together with the park model part of the park located above. The park is gravel roads, gravel sites and few trees which makes it big rig friendly and satellite friendly. It is a desert setting. It is a short walk to the river with a hotel, boat launch, store and marina. The sites are narrow, but accommodated my 45' coach and room to park tow vehicle (they advertise no coaches over 40'). My slide was just short of my neighbor's concrete patio, each site has with a table. All utilities worked and were modern. The campground served our purpose and we would return. We camped here in a Motorhome.