Location: Las Vegas Phone: (702) 294-0042
Lake Mead National Recreation Area was formed by Hoover Dam and is
the largest man-made lake in the Western Hemisphere. It begins about 25
miles from Las Vegas. It offers lake cruises, boating, swimming, rafting
tours at Black Canyon and fishing (License required).
Entrance fees are required for following Lake Mead National Recreation Areas: East Lake Mead Drive, East Lake Mead Blvd., Boulder Beach and Katherine Landing.
Vehicle (1-5 days) $ 5.00 per vehicle (covers all passengers)
Vehicle (annual pass) $20.00 per annual pass (covers all passengers)
Individual (1-5 days) $ 3.00 per person (motorcycle, bicycles, hikers)
Individual (annual pass) $20.00 per annual pass (motorcycle, bicycles etc.)
Golden Age Passport $10.00 US residents age 62 or older lifetime pass
Golden Age Passport Free - medically determined to be permanently disabled
National Parks Pass $50.00 valid for 1 year from month purchased
Lake Use Fee for Motorized Vessels:
Vessel (1-5 days) $10.00 first vessel
Vessel (1-5 days) $ 5.00 each additional vessel
Vessel (annual pass) $20.00 first vessel
Vessel (annual pass) $10.00 each additional vessel
Lake Mead National Recreation Area Fee Management Office at 410 Nevada Highway, Suite 140 in Boulder City, Nevada. Phone (702) 294-0042.