December 18, 2020 - reviewed by 5120 Travels
Good Location, Prices Add Up
Great place, clean, quiet and close to the city of Henderson. Also close to Hoover Dam.
Mature trees and paved parking areas. No hook-ups but plenty of water spigots to fill up. Generator hours enforced.
Pull in and get an envelope at the entrance, drive and find your spot, then fill out the envelope with your payment. They check evening and mornings for payments and who's moving out.
Great walking area, with chess to the beach at the lake. It is a good walk, about a 3/4 mile walk.
The price is reasonable at $20, but the park entrance fee is $25. (No veteran discount but senior and active duty discounts).
All in all good stay.
February 8, 2020 - reviewed by The Grey Ghost
Very Nice Dry Camping
Nice sized sites but no hook ups. We tried to fill with water at the dump station but the hose end had been cut off. So we parked by one of the spigots in the park. We blocked the road which didn't make the attendant very happy. He didn't seem to get the point that we tried not to. And we weren't the only one with the same complaint. That being said the test of out time there was great. And it is only 10$ for people with the senior park pass. Also the 20$ park entrance others complained about is for 7 days of in and out. We would stay again. We would just come in full of water.
September 22, 2019 - reviewed by Tim N.
Great Place To Stay 34' Fifth Wheel
This is a no hookups national park campground. First come first serve. It cost $20 a night (10 with access pass) it has pullthrough and back in sites. Water is available for buckets and things in spickets all around the campground. 3 bars of Verizon 4g. We have a 34' fifth wheel and had no issues fitting at all
March 10, 2019 - reviewed by Sharon
This is a great campground! Well maintained,beautiful landscaping and greats views of Lake Mead and the surrounding mountains. We are in our RV and stayed at the RV village next door one night but wanted to stay a second and they were full. So glad we moved over here! There are no hook ups but generators are permitted during the day. Water is accessible throughout the campground and there is a dump station. We are in a 39’ 5er and had plenty of room for our rig. Great tent sites with level tent pads, fire rings and plenty of space to enjoy! Clean bathrooms,but no showers so plan ahead for that. Great place to get off the grid and enjoy the outdoors! Would definitely stay again if in the area!
December 13, 2018 - reviewed by reliable-internet.com
Private Unlimited Fast WiFi Available
Unlimited WiFi data is available here through 3rd party company, their website is reliable-internet.com
Speeds are 4G LTE, tested speeds here and was getting 40+ Mbps, 4 times faster than AccessWifi and private network not a shared WiFi. They can be reached by text too at 1-888-865-3282
October 7, 2018 - reviewed by Myrl-F
Crowded and Noisy
We made the mistake of stopping on a 3 day weekend. Had a contractor's type generator next door running till 10 pm. Beautiful spot, views of Lake Mead were great. Clean bathrooms, clean grounds, recycling and trash dumpsters in a central area, concrete pads, paved roads. Water spigots scattered randomly throughout the various loops. All sites are dry camping. With the senior pass entry was free and the site was $10/ night. If this were not a major holiday weekend it would be a gem.
June 20, 2018 - reviewed by Jesse W
The park is ok other than being 115 degrees all day. Pads are some what level. Camps are cleanish. But keep in mind if you plan on leaving the camp you will pay extra. It is $20 a night to camp plus $20 to get into the park so if you go into town every night you are at $40 a day to stay here. The dump station however is nice and somewhat new.
April 7, 2018 - reviewed by Honey Bear
Hot And Breezy
Water is random throughout Campground. No electric. Potable water at at new dump station. Loops a b c and d have concrete pads again no water or electric. $10 a night for seniors. Restrooms modern and clean no showers. Generator hours from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. . Close to Hoover Dam, some sites have good view of Lake Mead. Mainely hot and Breezy.
October 13, 2017 - reviewed by Ron
Better Than We Thought
We stayed here October 11 through 16, 2017. Ten dollar per night was with Senior Interagency Pass. Loops A, B, and C have been updated and parking pads are concrete and level. NO HOOKUPS. Water spigots throughout the campground. Clean restrooms, no showers. Nice roomy dump site. Plenty of room near dump area to disconnect toad. Generator hours 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Some sites have nice shade. Verizon 4G with 3 bars. Boulder City is close by with an Albertsons grocery, gas stations, resturants, dog grooming, and shopping. Boulder Dam is very close. First come/first served....no reservations. We drove through the RV park next door and we were not impressed because the sites vere VERY close together and NO shade. We would stay at Boulder Beach Campground again.
September 10, 2016 - reviewed by Brent
Beautiful location, But Not Full Hookup
Location has a beautiful view, but this campground only has water hookups. Go next door (Village) for electric.