Lake Mead National
Recreation Area

Lake Mead National Recreation Area is a U.S. National Recreation Area located in southeastern Nevada and northwestern Arizona. Operated by the National Park Service, Lake Mead NRA follows the Colorado River corridor from the westernmost boundary of Grand Canyon National Park to just north of the cities of Laughlin, Nevada and Bullhead City, Arizona. It includes all of the eponymous Lake Mead as we…
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Historic Trade Routes Connecting the Southwest
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Goldstrike Canyon is a rugged, 2.5 mile canyon that joins the Colorado River (La…
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Arizona Hot Springs - warm springs in a short, colorful slot canyon bordering La…
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Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Arizona/Nevada, 30 miles southeast of Las Ve…
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The trailhead is located about three miles from Lake Las Vegas on Lakeshore Scen…
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In the Gale Hills near the north shore of Lake Mead, Lovell Wash (a tributary of…
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Two narrow, branched ravines near Techatticup Cove on the west side of Lake Moha…
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Pearce Ferry, Lake Mead, Arizona - description and photographs…
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Spooky Canyon: a short, shallow but pretty slot canyon on the east side of Lake …
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Near the southern edge of Lake Mead NRA, Grapevine Canyon is a fairly shallow ra…
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This hike begins in White Rock Canyon, goes along the river, and then comes up t…
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Bowl of Fire - a group of Aztec sandstone mounds, colored red, orange and pink, …
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