Nevada’s Boulder Beach Campground is getting a facelift and receiving more than $3 million in improvements.
Boulder City Review reported that the $3.4 million in renovations include rehabilitating 73 campsites in Loop D and the northwest section of the campground in Lake Mead National Recreation Area by replacing the existing asphalt pads, regrading them, and then installing concrete ones that can accommodate RVs.
The sanitation and potable water refill stations also will be renovated and made accessible, low maintenance and simple to operate. Other sites will also be made fully accessible.
“Boulder Beach Campground has been recognized as one of the 50 best campgrounds in the West,” said Lizette Richardson, superintendent of Lake Mead National Recreation Area. “These improvements will modernize and enhance the visitor experience even more while reducing deferred maintenance.”
According to Christie Vanover, public relations officer for the recreation area, visitors enjoy camping at the Boulder Beach Campground because of its abundance of shade trees and access to the River Mountains Loop Trail and Boulder Beach.
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