Lake mead Las Vegas 2016 – Timelaps

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Link to the Top 5 Lake Mead FUN Adventures You Didn’t Know About article:

#1 Emerald Cove
Located just 2 miles up stream from Willow Beach, you will find the Emerald Cave. This is a great place to enjoy a picnic and an easy 4 mile round trip adventure. This is a great quick trip with an amazingly beautiful destination. If you don’t have your own kayak, you can rent them or go with a group on a tour. These tours take care of everything! Willow Beach is an hour and half from Las Vegas. Find Kayak Tour companies in the article:

#2 Nelsons Landing Cliff Jumping
Nelson’s Landing is know for more then just is’t Ghost Town….who can resist this awesome jump off point into the clear waters of Lake Mead? Tips: Wear your shoes when you jump, climbing out of the water onto the beach will make your bare feet sore and raw. Pack it in, Pack it out! Keep this treasure clean for everyone. There are free showers available to those who would like to wash off and there is NO ALCOHOL ALLOWED. There are plenty of park rangers patrolling the area and yes, cliff jumping is perfectly legal.
Directions are in the article:

#3 Lake Mead Houseboat Rentals
Head over to Callville Bay Marina for fun Houseboat rentals! Callville Bay Marina is less then 45 minutes from Las Vegas and has more to offer then just the majestic houseboats. You can also rent power boats for your fishing trip and wave runners. Water ski’s and wake boards are also available to rent. Houseboats can come with Direct TV, Wet Bars, and a Hot Tub on the 2nd floor.
Callville Bay link in the article:

#4 Lake Mead Paddle Boat
We have a 3 story paddle boat on Lake Mead! The Desert Princess tours Lake Mead offering their Mid Day cruise, Champagne Brunch cruise, Dinner cruise, and Special Occasion events. There is a full service snack bar aboard and the Paddlewheel Grill. Kids 2 and under are free, see their website for up to date prices.

#5 Gold Strike Hot Springs
Okay, I’ll admit it…this isn’t in or on Lake Mead. But it’s close and just below the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River. From the Lake Mead Visitor Center, follow US Hwy 93 east 8.4 miles (4.2 miles past Hoover Dam). Watch for the sign to the trailhead. Park at the treailhead and walk down the hill and under the highway. Continue down wash to the river. Follow this wash downhill to the river, then follow the river 1/4 mile south over the hill where you will find the hot springs up the side canyon. Warning: A 20′ ladder must be climbed to reach the best hot springs.

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