United States Nevada Nevada
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
A vast desert oasis near Las Vegas encompassing a massive reservoir, popular for boating, hiking, and stunning landscapes.
- 10 Lakeshore Road
- (702) 293-8990
Tips from the community
Unsurprisingly at Lake Mead National Recreation Area, the most common cause of death was drowning. Drowning is an inevitable symptom when the majority of visitors of the park head to the lake for recreational boating. There notably were six homicides at Lake Mead within ten years, placing the popular spot first as the national park with the most homicides across the country.
seeker 3 years ago
Huge area to explore with a great walking path along the road. We loved Lake Mead RV Village. Bonus: short drive to Hoover Dam!
amanda.t.dwyer 3 years ago
Lake Mead National Recreation Area Guides
- amanda.t.dwyer (Amanda Dwyer) These have been some of our favorite US National Parks during our RV adventure this year
- seeker (Seeker Editors) Nothing says summer quite like some exploration into the great outdoors- and the United States is full of epic national parks with breathtaking landscapes and unique wildlife to discover. We *love* getting adventurous and taking in the rocky coastlines, picturesque lakes, and towering waterfalls that this beautiful country has to offer- but not without caution. Here is a collection of some of the most dangerous national parks, with consideration into how many deaths occurred and why at each location. This list is in no way trying to keep you away from some fun, just always use common sense and follow expert guidelines during your summer escapades. Better safe than sorry!