Government Wash Boondocking Lake Mead

Within the park is the Government Wash Boondocking at Lake Mead, a network of backcountry roads has been established to give access to the lakefront and other off-the-beaten-path attractions. A yellow arrow is used to identify approved roadways. The road number is indicated by the black number in the arrow's center. It is forbidden to drive on any roads or trails that are not designated with a yellow arrow.

Conditions can change suddenly on the hundreds of kilometers of rural roads. Please use caution when driving on wilderness roads. Regulations set forth by the National Park Service forbid driving off roads, through washes, or over open land since doing so harms the delicate desert soil.

Respect other visitors' rights, stay on designated routes, pick up after yourself, and do your part to keep the park beautiful.

Forest Ranger National Park
Location Information Popup Campers, Permit Required, RVs, Tents Allowed, Trailers
Boat Ramp, Fire Ring, Marina, OHV Area, RV Parking, Tent Camping Allowed
Hiking Biking, Boating, Fishing, Hiking, OHV Riding, Swimming, Water Sports, Wildlife Viewing
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