Craziest Stuff That’s Been Uncovered Due to the Lake Mead Drought  

For those who have visited Lake Mead in the past, you know just how incredible this area is. It is an area that is typically teeming with life and filled […]

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Date: 08.17.2022 Category: History

Things to Know Before Renting a Houseboat on Lake Mead  

Every year, thousands of people travel to Las Vegas to visit the casinos and try their chances with lady luck. For others, the lure of camping or hiking in the […]

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What Does The Lake Mead Water Level Rising Mean For You?

As the sparkling blue waters of Lake Mead glisten at the base of the red rock canyons that surround it, it’s hard to believe that this incredible sight is a man-made creation. While Lake Mead may be a popular tourist destination and the perfect place to enjoy water sports, it also plays an integral role in the community by providing nearby residents with the fresh water they need to survive. 

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Date: 03.18.2020 Category: History Houseboat Tips

Lake Mead Water Level – What it Means for Arizona

Just an hour away from Las Vegas lies an oasis that seems like a dream come true in the desert. Lake Mead is a massive body of water, which at its greatest depth is nearly 1,200 feet deep. With a shoreline that is defined by red rock cliffs and canyons, Lake Mead is a distinct and unique vacation destination — one that is filled with plenty of potential.

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Date: 01.21.2019 Category: History

Exploring the Mines and Historic Sites of Lake Mead

Nevada’s Lake Mead was once a booming mining town. Early Native Americans first mined salt in the Echo Bay basin that now sits submerged under the lake’s more than 26 […]

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Date: 08.30.2017 Category: History

Best Houseboat Lakes | Fossils of Lake Mead

  Today, Lake Mead is one of the best houseboat lakes in the country, but it was once part of a much larger ancient sea. We know this because of […]

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Date: 08.19.2016 Category: History

Lake Mead and Its Namesake, Elwood Mead

Lake Mead house boat rentals provide the ultimate vacation experience to those who love life on the water. Lake Mead is located on the Colorado River, just southeast of Las Vegas. It’s the largest reservoir in the United States, boasting 247 square miles of surface space and depths that reach a whopping 532 feet.

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Date: 07.15.2016 Category: History