You cannot make a reservation for this site but there is usually plenty of space for everyone. For any of the free boondocking areas a pass is required to enter the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. A Federal Interagency pass will get you in. Otherwise it is $10 for 7 days and $30 for a yearly pass.
Stewarts Point is located on the northwestern point of Lake Mead off highway NV-167, approximately 60 miles east of Las Vegas and 20 miles south of the Moapa Valley. This expressway segment is also known as Northshore Road. Depending on the direction your traveling, you can access highway NV-167 from Interstate 15 via the highway NV-169, or from highway NV-147, or highway NV-564. Just north of Echo Bay and south of the entrance to Valley of Fire State Park, Stewarts Point is signposted from NV-167.
Follow the signs and exit NV-167 onto Stewarts Point Road heading east. This road is initially paved but deteriorates into a gritty, unpaved road. As you continue directly down the road, you will begin to see smaller homes and camping signs. You have reached Stewarts Point at the end of the road.