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Stewart's Point on Lake Mead
State: Nevada
Nearest City: Las Vegas
Nearest Town: Overton
Cost: Free
Number of Campsites: 30 or more
Max days allowed: Unknown
Road: Unknown
Miles from paved road: 3.00
Scenery Rating: 3 out of 5
Noise Level: 1 out of 5
Amenities: Restrooms
Status: Official
Months Open: Unknown
Description
BLM campground without any amenities but restroom. No water. There is a campground host. Far now from the lake rim, as water level dropped considerably in past years (Lake Mead is to be definitely dry in a few years). Plenty of space; nice views all around. Just 3 miles off NV 169 by a paved then gravel road between Echo Bay and Overton Beach (which now is closed - boat ramp and campground - due to lack of water). Close to Valley of Fire SP.
Contributor: Patrick  Paris, France    Added: 7/14/2008 

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pDlmmH I truly appreciate this post. Fantastic.
Posted:   7/18/2014   link building   NY   Florida

pDlmmH I truly appreciate this post. Fantastic.
Posted:   7/18/2014   link building   NY   Florida

We have a 40' class A motorhome. Can we get there with the motorhome?
Posted:   10/18/2010   Della DeHart   Flowery Branch   Georgia

We are currently staying at Stewart's Point near Overton, Nevada. It's absolutely beautiful, quiet, peaceful and very relaxing. We are sitting on a bluff looking down onto the Lake Mead. This is located within a Federal National Park and is not part of BLM. There is no charge for parking and camping. The sign at the entrance says a maximum stay of 15 days but we have been here over a month and no one has approached us or contacted us about our stay or limit. At times people do come on weekends and holidays with tents and set up right at lake side and the park rangers come along in a boat and approach and talk to them but they leave the RV alone. There is no camp host. There is no one at all. There is no water except what you can get out of the lake and although they have a toilet there is no running water. The lake is clean and we have been drawing water and using it from the lake with no ill effects at all. I highly suggest Stewart's Point for dry-camping. Unless the park rangers come along and kick us out we plan to stay the entire winter of 2010. There are houses located about a mile from our location and some are occupied while others are used seasonal. There are plenty of sites to set up with a RV or fifth-wheel trailer. I would recommend a truck or 4-wheel drive vehicle as once you get off the main highway and into Stewart's Point the road is gravel, sand and rock and very bumpy. Getting down to the lake requires lots of walking or a 4-wheel drive vehicle especially if you intent to draw water.
Posted:   9/19/2010   Terry   Pahrump   Nevada

  
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