Echo Bay Lower Campground, Overton Arm, Lake Mead Recreation Area, Lake Mead NV
Hoover Dam from Bypass Bridge, April 2, 2011
Echo Bay Lower Campground is a Lake Mead National Recreation Area campground on the shore of Lake Mead southeast of Valley of Fire State Park toward the northern end of Lake Mead.
The National Park Service has this to say
Open All Year
Lake Mead National Recreation Area's campgrounds offer restrooms, running water, dump stations, grills, picnic tables and shade. RV's, trailers and tents welcome. Concessioner campgrounds, including recreational vehicle hook-ups, are also available within the park.
- No Verizon cell phone and Broadband service are available here.
- Locate Echo Bay Lower Campground on my Night Camps map
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Nights I've camped here
Time is the most valuable and finite commodity that any living thing has. Think about it, everything – you, me, people, plants, animals, even the Earth itself – has a limited and set amount of time. From the moment we come into existence, we begin an inevitable march to a final end. Even the age of our solar system exists in but a minute of time within the context of the history of the universe. The average human lifespan does not even register on that clock. With that said, in many ways, time is the very definition of life itself.