To Our Customers:
Every day things are changing. W e appreciate your patience as we manage this uncertain time.
Our goal continues to be part of the solution, flatten the curve, and save lives in the process. We
request all employees and customers to limit contact with others and distance yourself with the
recommended safe six feet of social distancing. We also encourage and request anyone who has a
compromised immune system to take these 30 days and keep yourself healthy. Stay home, get some
sunshine, take walks, go for a drive, but stay away from others.
Below please find the updated access and property information:
Las Vegas Boat Harbor 702-293-1191 / Lake Mead Marina 702-293-3484 / LV Bay Dry Storage
• Slips and storage customers will have full access to their boats to check on their property during
the National Park virus closure. Please use the safe six feet recommendation when accessing
• Slip renters who are “sheltering in place” on their boat a marina slip, will need to email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Billing must be current. Once verified, the moorage
department will email you the “Shelter in Place” sign and rules.
• There will be no congregating on the marina. Please use social distancing. Please respect the
shelter in place rules or it will be revoked by the National Park Service.
• Public areas of the docks are closed.
• Gatherings of any kind are prohibited until all normal operation returns.
• Restaurants & bars will be closed. Reopening will be assessed on April 15, 2020.
• Stores will be manned with one person crews plus management.
• Customers can purchase items but must respect and maintain all social distancing.
• Pump-outs are open for customer use. Please be sure to use sanitizing products or gloves when
handling marina equipment.
• Fuel dock is closed.
• Rental boats will be suspended until April 15, 2020, and then, the situation will be assessed. Any
reservations during this time will be completely refunded. We will assess again at the end of the
30 days. We will not be taking any new reservations before May 15, 2020.
• Security – All facilities will have 24-hour personnel on-site. We will have hourly dock & facility
• Maintenance – We will continue to maintain our marinas as needed. For anyone at the facility,
if you see something, please call 702-293-3484 or email email@example.com and
we will get it handled.
• Sanitizing – We will continue a janitorial crew to maintain and sanitize public areas.
• Showers are closed.
• Service Facility at Lake Mead Marina – We will move forward with a reduced crew to continue
with ongoing projects on an as-needed basis and maintaining a safe six feet of distance.
Marine Center of Las Vegas – Parts & Service Facility – 702-434-4405
4444 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV 89121
• Hours changing for the next 30 days. Monday – Friday 9am-5pm and Saturday from 9am-4pm
Parts will be available via phone from during the above hours. Parts purchases will be available
to be paid via phone and picked up at door service.
• Service department will continue to accept any new service work orders. The service crew will
continue to work on current projects. Please always observe the six feet of social distancing.
• Completed work orders will be available to pick up by appointment only.
Dry Dock Boat Sales – Boat Showroom, Business Office – 702-451-2992
4290 Boulder Highway, Las Vegas, NV 89121
• Hours changing for the next 30 days. Monday – Saturday 9am-5pm – appointments available
during off hours.
• Sales Team will be available for online and virtual showings, questions, and appointments. Request your virtual boat tour with the button below!
• All phones will be manned for any questions and inquiries during business hours.
• All business office appointments will move forward as scheduled.
• Please call prior to stopping by the showroom for paperwork pickups.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area Access Information:
Lastly, we will reiterate – all interactions will be practiced with six feet of social distancing. Thank you
for your support during this unknown, ever-changing times. Please know we are committed to the
well-being of our family of employees and customers and will do everything we can do to support our
community during this time.
In the end, it will be impossible to know if we overreacted or did too much, but it will be QUITE apparent
if we under-reacted or did too little.
Stay home, stay healthy, flatten the curve!
Please allow up to 72 hours to respond to your requests and questions. Every department is working on
reduced hours and crew.
Slips / Moorage / Storage / Billing / Access – email firstname.lastname@example.org
General questions / Public Relations – email email@example.com
Marina Maintenance concerns or issues – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Boat Service for slip renters – email email@example.com
Your BoatingLakeMead Family
The Gripentogs, Kaisers, Nelsons
Lake Mead National Recreation Area is Further Modifying Operations to Implement Latest Health Guidance
Date: March 22, 2020
National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior
LAKE MEAD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA News Release
For Immediate Release: March 22, 2020 Release No.: 2020-09
Contact: e-mail us
LAKE MEAD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA IS FURTHER MODIFYING OPERATIONS TO IMPLEMENT LATEST HEALTH GUIDANCE
BOULDER CITY, Nevada – Lake Mead National Recreation Area, in response to Nevada Declaration of Emergency Directive 003 issued by the Governor of the State of Nevada, is announcing additional modifications to operations to support federal, state, and local efforts to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Lake Mead National Recreation Area is the sixth most visited unit of the National Park Service. The park had nearly 40,000 visitors to the park on March 21, nearly double normal visitation for this time of year.
As of Monday, March 23, Lake Mead National Recreation Area will offer very limited services outside those that support visitor or resource protection. At Lake Mead, the following visitor services and operations will be suspended in order to comply with coronavirus protective guidelines.
- All Nevada parking areas and roads will be closed to vehicles
- All Nevada park facilities will be closed, including restrooms
- All Nevada public beaches and picnic areas
- All Nevada marina operations
- All Nevada campgrounds
- All Nevada launch ramps
- Previously announced closures are still in effect
- The park will not issue permits nor conduct on-site public or educational programs.
The park remains open to day-use walkers, hikers and bicyclists. The popular 34-mile River Mountains Loop Multi-use Trail remains open. Visitors are asked to “pack it in and pack it out.”
Overnight park visitors will be given until noon March 25, 2020, to make alternate accommodations and leave the park.
Those with personal property within the park, such as boats, trailers or cabins, will be allowed vehicular access into the park to either remove their vessels or trailers or to remove belongings from their property. Boats may not be removed from slips for recreation purposes within the park, and overnight stays are prohibited after March 24.
Park visitors are encouraged to take advantage of the many digital tools already available to explore the park. Visitors are encouraged to learn about park resources and stories through the many multimedia presentations currently available on the park’s website, such as the virtual museum or virtual hike along Historic Railroad Trail.
The health and safety of our visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners at Lake Mead National Recreation Area is our number one priority. The National Park Service is working with the federal, state, and local authorities to closely monitor the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We will notify the public when we resume full operations and provide updates on our website and social media channels.
The NPS urges visitors to do their part when visiting a park and to follow CDC guidance to prevent the spread of infectious diseases by maintaining a safe distance between yourself and other groups; washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds; avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth; covering your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze; and most importantly, staying home if you feel sick.
For high-risk populations, such as the elderly and people with underlying conditions, we ask that they take extra caution and follow CDC guidance for those at higher risk of serious illness.
Updates about NPS operations will be posted on www.nps.gov/coronavirus. For Lake Mead updates, visit https://www.nps.gov/lake/planyourvisit/temporary-operational-adjustments.htm. Please check with individual parks for specific details about other park operations.