Plan A Field Trip
Entrance-fee waivers are available for educational visits but not for recreational visits. A statement of your educational objectives and your lesson plan with an outline of educational activities is required.
To request an educational fee waiver for groups, please contact our office. Camping fees are not included in the entrance fee waiver.
You can access all of our field trip program descriptions through this web page. Within the Lake Mead area, we serve primarily the Clark County School District. Within the Lake Mohave area, we serve various school districts of Mohave County, Arizona. Programs are offered to grades 1-5 from mid-October through April. They begin at 10 a.m. and end at noon. For further information, please call the Environmental Education office at (702) 293-8716 or e-mail us
Lake Mead Field Trips (serving Clark County School District grades 1 - 5)
Did You Know?
In order to manage invasive plants on park lands, 16 Exotic Plant Management Teams (EPMT's) have been deployed throughout the country. The teams are a new weapon to combat exotic plants. The first test of the EPMT concept was made in 1996 at Lake Mead National Recreation Area. More...