Boulder Beach Campground To Get $1.5 Million In Improvements

All Work Should Be Done Next March

Mitch Kelly
September 25, 2019 - 7:20 am

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BOULDER CITY, NV (KXNT) – The Boulder Beach Campground at Lake Mead National Recreation Area will undergo $1.5 million in improvements over the next few months. 

Construction began on Monday and will include the rehabilitation of sites 99-148. The RV and tent sites will be made larger with concrete pads, and more accessible sites will be added. The roads throughout this portion of the campground will also be repaved.

The sites in Loops A, B, C and D, which all received recent renovations, will remain open during construction. Additional campsites are also located nearby at Las Vegas Bay and Callville Bay. Lake Mead RV Village is not impacted by this project and will remain open for RV camping.

Construction will occur Monday through Thursday. The project is scheduled to be completed in March 2020.

Funding for the project was provided by the Southern Nevada Public Land Management Act. The contractor is Viking Engineering and Construction from Portland, Oregon.