Best Houseboating Lakes | Lake Mead & Lake Mohave
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Lake Mohave and Lake Mead are the best houseboating lakes located within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Whether you want to relax, explore, or do some sportfishing, these lakes offer it all. At Forever Houseboats, we want to exceed your expectations and give you the best houseboating experience.
With approximately eight million visitors per year, Lake Mead is one of the most popular recreational reservoirs in the United States. Lake Mead offers both expansive open water and secluded, private coves to explore. Sport fishing is extremely popular at Lake Mead, even though only one native fish species, the razorback sucker, remains in the lake. Non-native sportfish make up the majority of Lake Mead’s fish population, including three species of bass, black bullhead, tilapia, channel catfish, green sunfish, crappie, common carp, and bluegill. If you are not interested in fishing, the 550 miles of pristine shoreline, incalculable beaches and bays, and the stunning red cliffs of Lake Mead are always an option. Either way, Lake Mead has something for practically everyone.
Lake Mohave Highlights
Lake Mohave is also a beautiful houseboating lake to vacation on. This lake is a quiet retreat for anyone looking to disconnect. Since it is smaller than Lake Mead, Lake Mohave attracts fewer visitors which makes it easy to find a secluded cove to anchor and unwind.
Lake Mohave is also a haven for sport fishing, with an abundant striped bass population. Channel catfish, sunfish, and large and small mouth bass, can be found here as well.
At Forever Houseboats, we are honored to provide our services on some of the best houseboating lakes in the country, including Lake Mead and Lake Mohave. Call us today to book your next houseboating lake get away.