The fishing is great, the watersports are a thrill, and the weather is awesome! Less than 50 miles from Kingman, Lake Mohave is a part of the Colorado River on the border of Arizona and Nevada.
Beyond outdoor adventure, Lake Mohave has unforgettable scenery. Surrounded by mountains, most of the lake lies in steep canyons. Look up and see petroglyphs on rocks and cliff walls from as early as 3,000 years ago from the Mohave American Indians who previously inhabited this region.
On the water, go for a swim, take the boat out and try water skiing, wakeboarding, or tubing. The fishing here is also a must. You’ll find an especially ample supply of largemouth and striped bass.
Around the lake, enjoy a picnic, take an off-road adventure, or simply relax and appreciate the outdoors.
Stay in nature and take advantage of camping offered in multiple campgrounds along the shoreline. There’s also several RV sites complete with full hookups. Or, if lodging is more your style, the Katherine Landing area offers room options.
Open daily, year-round.
Alan Bible Visitor Center: open daily, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day.
Park Entrance Fees:
• Per Vehicle: $20/day
• Individual/Bicycle: $10/day
• Campsites: $20/night
• Per Vessel: $16/day