Lake Mead is the largest man-made lake in the United States and is located on the Colorado River, near the Hoover Dam in Nevada and Arizona

Visit the Hoover Dam: Take a tour of the dam and learn about its history, engineering, and operation.

Explore the nearby desert: Take a drive or hike in the nearby desert to see the unique and rugged landscape.

Explore Lake Mead: Rent a boat, go fishing, or just relax on the shore of Lake Mead, which was created by the Hoover Dam.

Hike in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area: With over 1.5 million acres of land, there are plenty of trails for hiking

Take a scenic drive along the Hoover Dam Bypass: The bypass provides breathtaking views of the dam and the surrounding desert.

Go kayaking or paddleboarding: Rent a kayak or paddleboard and explore the lake and its many coves.

Visit the Hoover Dam Museum: Learn about the construction and history of the dam through interactive exhibits and artifacts.

Enjoy water sports: With warm temperatures and a large lake, there are plenty of opportunities for swimming, water skiing

Take a helicopter tour: Get a bird's eye view of the dam and lake from the air.