Callville Bay Campground is a large campground with three loops on the western shore of Lake Mead National Recreation Area, and is one of several campgrounds on the lake. There are 80 campsites at Callville Bay Campground. The campsites are shaded by a mix of oleanders and cottonwood trees. A marina with a small store, restaurant, and bar is adjacent to the campground.
Each campsite at Callville Bay comes with picnic tables, fire rings, and access to bathrooms and flush toilets.
The drought from the last several years has taken a toll on Lake Mead. Water levels are much lower in the summer, and some boat ramps may be unusable.
Callville Bay Campground Features
|Number of Campsites:||80|
|Cost:||$10 per vehicle, $16 per watercraft|
|Use Level:||Medium – High|
|RV/Trailer Length:||35 Feet|
|RV/Trailer Amenities:||Dump Station|
|Cell Phone Service:||Most major carriers|
|Operating Season:||Year Round|
|Geo Coordinates:||36.139467, -114.726995|
|Nearest City:||Boulder City, Nevada|
|Location:||Southern Nevada – Clark County, Nevada|
|Paved Road Access:||Yes|
|Proximity to Stores:||Store onsite in Callville Bay Marina|
|Directions:||From Boulder City, take the Nevada Highway to Highway 93 Truck Route (towards Hoover Dam). Turn left at Alan Bible Visitors Center – Lake Shore Drive and enter the National Park. After you pass the entrance station, follow Lake Shore Drive to North Shore Road. Turn right and follow North Shore Road to the Callville Bay sign. Turn right and follow for approximately 4 miles to Callville Bay Campground.|
|Web:||Lake Mead National Recreation Area||Twitter:|
When To Go
Fall ― The days are cooler than the summer, but the water is still warm. Also the days are still long enough to hike.
Use caution when camping as snakes and scorpions can be found in this area, especially in warm weather.
What to Do
Boating, Kayaking, Swimming, and Hiking are all available within a short distance from Callville Bay Campground