Lake Mohave, Nevada

Lake Mohave was formed in 1953 with the completion of the Davis Dam. Lake Mohave, is part of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area administered by the National Park Service.  Lake Mohave’s 237 miles of shoreline can be enjoyed year round. It is surrounded by private, sandy beaches, and shoreline littered with multicolored rocks.


The Nevada side access of Lake Mohave is only about an hour south east of Las Vegas.  The lake stretches from the Hoover dam, down to the Davis dam, just north of the towns of Laughlin, Nevada and Bullhead City, Arizona,

The endless beauty of the desert is very apparent in a place like this.  The colors and contrasts of the landscape offer an abundance of opportunities for that picture taking moment.    Waiting for the light to be just right, is the only thing you’ll need to be patient for.

Sunlit Shoreline of Lake Mohave

While your waiting for the light, the outdoor activities are plentiful.  Camping, Hiking, Fishing, are just some of the fun, family oriented things for you to do.