Boondocking at Government Wash, Lake Mead, NV.


With the Quartzsite festivities behind us we are slowly making our way up north again to Utah, and the last few days we found ourselves boondocking just east of Las Vegas on a little peninsula overlooking Lake Mead.


One of the great advantages of a small motorhome (in our case a class B) is that, if youre adventurous, you can get to some pretty amazing spots.


This is one of those places that makes us stay until we need to empty and fill our tanks, which can be done just a few miles down the road at Callville Cove, or other dump sites in the area which we usually find through the Allstays and/or RV Dumpsites app.


Our next adventure awaits as we slowly make our way in to Utah.

Stay tuned for posts of our next adventures or 2017 flashbacks.


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