No, swimming is not permitted.
Currently closed, refer to NPS website for more info https://www.nps.gov/lake/learn/news/lakeconditions.htm
Jet Skiis are not available
Pets are beloved companions but, sadly, these furry friends don’t always follow the house rules. Therefore, a one-time, non-refundable pet fee of $100.00 will be applied per pet.
Refer to https://www.nps.gov/lake/planyourvisit/weather.htm for more information on Lake Mead weather. We recommend checking the weather using your trusted weather source or weather.gov for Overton, NV for daily weather updates.
Unfortunately, we do not allow houseboat rentals for just one day.
Friends may use the slip renters’ boat, however they may not store any additional vessel(s) in the slip that haven’t been registered with the office by the slip renter.
All houseboats are equipped with a gas grill.
There are no ice chests on the small boat rentals, however there are ice chests on the houseboats.
The Las Vegas Boat Harbor has two restaurants on the water. Please refer to their website for hours.
Fuel costs are constantly changing, call 855-918-5253 for current costs.
Available at the Marina
There is little shade and trees in a couple areas, but most of the lake is without shade.
Please refer to https://www.nps.gov/lake/learn/nature/overview-of-lake-mead.htm for information on the water
Unfortunately, you cannot access Hoover Dam from Callville Bay. Please refer to https://www.usbr.gov/lc/hooverdam/index.html
It is 32 miles from Callville Bay to Hoover Dam.
Please refer to https://www.nps.gov/lake/learn/news/lakeconditions.htm for updates on the boat ramp.
Please refer to the National Park Service website for updates on Lake Mead: https://www.nps.gov/lake/learn/news/lakeconditions.htm?_ga-ft=1ZARTQ.188.8.131.52.24XO6QJ-1PLEIbu.0.1
Callville Bay is open for business and eager to greet you as our guest.
There are limitations set by the national park service, please refer to https://www.nps.gov/lake/planyourvisit/backcountry.htm for more information
For those new to houseboating and everything that goes into planning a trip, please refer to our Houseboating 101 page: https://callvillebay.com/boating-safety/