|BOULDER CITY, Nevada – Visitors are invited to enjoy the park’s 1.5 million acres, which includes over 700 miles of scenic roads and backcountry routes and 1,000 miles of shoreline along Lake Mead and Lake Mohave.
“The park offers incredible boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, cycling, camping and scenic driving,” said Superintendent Margaret L. Goodro.
Following guidance from the White House, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and state and local public health authorities, beginning June 13, the park will reopen access to:
Visitors are asked to recreate responsibly by following local area health orders, maintaining social distance and avoiding high-risk outdoor activities.
Fee collection resumed June 12. To enter the park, visitors may purchase a daily or annual Lake Mead Pass at the entrance station. Daily passes are $25 and are valid for seven days. Annual passes are $45 and are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
The park visitor center and headquarters lobby in Boulder City are still closed, at this time. However, customer service can be reached at 702-293-8990 or [email protected].
The park’s very strenuous trails remain closed through Sept. 30. These closures are in place each summer as a matter of public and employee safety. The trails include Goldstrike Canyon, Arizona Hot Springs, White Rock Canyon, Liberty Bell Arch and Lone Palm.
Please do not visit if you are sick or were recently exposed to COVID-19. Park staff will continue to monitor all park functions to ensure that visitors adhere to CDC guidance for mitigating risks associated with the transmission of COVID-19 and take any additional steps necessary to protect public health.
Details and updates on park operations will continue to be posted on our website https://www.nps.gov/lake/
(NPS Photo by Andy Cattoir)
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