Boating on Lake Mead is Open!
Per the National Park Service – Superintendent Goodro had her reopening plan approved by the DC office. Beginning May 2, 2020, at 9am, the park will re-open to pass holders. This means BOATING IS OPEN!
Anyone without a national parks pass can purchase a pass at www.pay.gov prior to arriving and show their receipts at the entrance station.
Please remember to maintain social distancing.
- Our marina stores will be open. The number of people will be limited, and masks are encouraged for customers in the store.
- Marina foot traffic will be regulated. All slip customers are welcome to enjoy their boat and the lake. The public can access the marina, but please maintain social distancing.
- The fuel dock is open from 9am-4pm. Times are subject to change.
- Our restaurants are open for take-out food and drinks. We have a limited menu at this time. Click the links below to review the menu options and order.
- Rentals are available by reservation only! Click here to view our rental options and make your reservation now. Due to COVID-19, hourly rentals are on hold until further notice and pontoon boat rentals are limited to 10 people.
Go boating, friends!
And don’t forget to social distance!
Please allow up to 72 hours to respond to your requests and questions.
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FROM THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
Lake Mead National Recreation Area is increasing recreational access for pass holders.
Beginning at 9 a.m. May 2, the following park entrance stations in Nevada will be open to annual pass holders:
• Boulder Entrance Station
• Lake Mead Parkway Entrance Station
• Lake Mead Boulevard Entrance Station
• Northshore Entrance Station
• Cottonwood Cove Entrance Station
Parking lots, launch ramps, overlooks, beaches and picnic areas will reopen. Boats that are slipped at the marinas may leave their slips to recreate. Those within the trailer village or on live-aboard vessels may stay the night.
Beginning 9 a.m. May 4, annual passes will also be required for the following locations in Arizona:
• Willow Beach
• Temple Bar
• Katherine Landing
With public health in mind, some areas remain closed at this time. For full details, visit https://www.nps.gov/lake/planyourvisit/temporary-operational-adjustments.htm