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Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Welcome to the Lake Mojave page of pictures. All pictures are of Lake Mojave or various points throughout the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. A 67-mile stretch of the Colorado River south of the Hoover Dam makes up Lake Mohave. The lake is comparatively narrow, not more than 4 miles across at its widest point. A manmade lake, Lake Mohave is behind Davis Dam. From Las Vegas, take I-15S to I-215E. Pick up I-515S. Take that until it ends at I-93S. Shortly afterwards, pick up I-95S and drive for about 1 hour. Arrive at Searchlight and make a left unto Cottonwood Cove Rd. Proceed for about 20 miles before arriving at Cottonwood Cove. Both Searchlight and Cottonwood Cove have limited facilities.



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Beach and house boats at Cottonwood Cove, Lake Mojave. Sand beaches are not that common at many of the desert lakes.
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Lake Mojave from Cottonwood Cove.
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Lake Mojave from Cottonwood Cove.
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Lake Mojave from the air on a flight from N. Las Vegas to Lake Havasu.
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Davis Dam which forms Lake Mojave and the Colorado River from Davis Camp, outside of Laughlin, NV and Bullhead City, AZ.
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Landscape just north of Laughlin, NV along Rt 95.
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Landscape between Callville and Echo Bay off of Rt. 167 near Lake Mead.
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Rock mound between Callville and Echo Bay off of Rt. 167 near Lake Mead.
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