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Lake Mead NRA
Lake Mead National Recreation Area extends from the west end of the Grand Canyon National Park to Davis Dam, near the cities of Laughlin and Bullhead City. The area is all desert, but there is a lot to see and do here. If boating or water recreation is your fancy, there are Lake Mohave and Lake Mead, where you can do things like jet ski and house boating. You can canoe down the Colorado River and explore sauna caves and see ancient petroglyphs.You can even hike the beautiful canyons and around the interesting geologic marvels of Valley of Fire and the shorelines of either lake.

Getting There-
Las Vegas to Lake Mead NRA

There are several ways to get to the lake mead National Recreation Area. Taking either US-93 or US-95 south you can visit Lake Mohave and the lower Colorado River.Taking Lake Mead Blvd or Lake Mead Dr east to get to Lake Mead. You can take I-15 north and exit to any of the Lake Mead exits to reach the Virgin River finger of Lake Mead.

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