Jet Skier on Lake Mead.
(Photo Courtesy of Lake Mead Mohave Adventures)
WITH CHANGES TO BOATING ACCESS POINTS, BOATERS ENCOURAGED TO
VISIT ECHO BAY’S TWO-LANE LAUNCH RAMP
With changes to boating access points due to low water levels and heightened demand for outdoor recreation, Lake Mead Mohave Adventures encourages guests to plan ahead and visit its two-lane launch ramp at Echo Bay RV Village this season. Located on the north end of Lake Mead, 16 miles from the Valley of Fire, this secluded location offers two launch ramp lanes available for boats under 24 feet in length as well as a variety of outdoor activities and amenities.
“Despite low water levels at Lake Mead and many launch ramps closing, Echo Bay remains open and is Lake Mead’s best kept secret,” said Chad Taylor, director of sales and marketing, Lake Mead Mohave Adventures. “To have a seamless experience and enjoy the most time possible out on the water, guests should plan ahead and arrive early at Echo Bay this season.”
Visitors to Echo Bay can enjoy the convenience of Lake Mead Mohave Adventures’ small gift store offering snacks, water, ice, sunscreen, hats and more. In addition, Echo Bay features a gas station, ample parking, a laundry facility and propane available for purchase. For overnight guests, the village also offers 55 large RV sites, including power, water, sewer, cable TV and Wi-Fi.
For more information on Echo Bay RV Village or Lake Mead Mohave Adventures, go to www.LakeMeadMohaveAdventures.com or call (702) 394-4000.
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