Name: Callville Bay Campground
Callville Bay Campground is on a leveled setting above Callville Marina and Resort. This is desert country with sparse vegetation except in developed sites such as the campground. The campground has a few plam trees and scattered brush. I imagine most people stay here while they are sight-seeing or they are out on Lake Meade in their boat.
Campsites: There are 52 campsites available each equipped with a picnic table and fire ring. The roads and driveways are paved while the sites are gravel and dirt. There are smaller trees and brush scattered throughout.
Host on Site: Yes
Water: Yes, fresh water is available through multiple water hydrants in the campground.
Garbage Services: Yes
Electricity Available: No
Restroom: The restrooms offer flushing toilets and lavs and were fairly clean at the time of our visit.
Handicap Accessible: The restrooms are handicap accessible. With paved driveways and roads this is a fairly handicap accessible location.
Firewood: No information
Pets: Welcome but required to be leashed if out of your RV or tent.
Picnic Area: Yes, there is a nice picnic area with several tables near the entrance to the campground. See pictures in the "Facilities" tab.
Recreation: Recreation will be divided between sight-seeing and water activities on Lake Meade.
Fishing: Striped bass, channel cat, large mouthed bass and bluegill may be caught in Lake Meade.
Boating: Yes, there is a good boat launch with a large parking area for your trailer.
Swimming: I didn't see a designated swimming area but I am sure many people swim in Lake Meade.
Wildlife: I didn't see any wildlife while visting this area other than birds and lizards.
Nearby Services: For most services such as groceries, gas or laundry you will be driving to Henderson or the Las Vegas area.
Gas and Food: Henderson or Las Vegas area.
RV Dumping Site: There is a RV dumping station in the campground which was free to campers.
Location/Driving instructions: I have included a link to a GoogleMap from Henderson, NV.
Elevation: 1280 Feet
Reviewed Date: October 2020
Fees And Reservations: The daily fee in 2020 for a campsite was $20 however if you have an America the Beautiful "Access" or "Senior" pass it is only $10. For the current fee schedule or to reserve a campsite go to recreation.gov.
This information is accurate as of the date of the review.
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