Discover Callville Bay
Adventure awaits at Callville Bay. Bring your own watercraft, or rent personal watercraft, ski boats, pontoons and even houseboats. End the day with dinner at the lounge and sleep under the stars at the Callville Campground or RV park.
Location100 Callville Bay Road
Overton, NV 89040
DirectionsCallville Bay is located on the northwest shore of Lake Mead along Northshore Road and can easily be accessed from the Lake Mead Parkway or Lake Mead Boulevard Entrance Station.
The Callville Bay Campground has 52 sites with fire pits/grills, picnic tables, restrooms and running water. A dump station is also on site. Full hookup RV sites with nearby showers are also available. From Callville, you can also rent a houseboat and venture out and camp along the water or shores of Lake Mead.
Dine overlooking the water at the Callville Bay Lounge or grab a snack on the marina at the snack bar. A variety of snacks, drinks and charcoal are also available at the store. Picnic tables and grills are located near the campgrounds.
Enjoy a panoramic view of the Boulder Basin of Lake Mead along the Callville Summit Trail. The trailhead starts scross from the picnic area by the campground. The moderate hike is around 2.7 miles round trip. From Callville, you can also explore the desert and hike the backcountry, accessing numerous coves.
Although there are no beaches at Callville Bay, it's a great place to rent a boat and find your own secluded beach or cove where you can spend the day fishing, soaking in the sun and wading along the shore. Lake cove maps are available at the visitor center.
Fuel; both marine and auto can be purchased at Callville Bay.
Located just minutes from Henderson, North Las Vegas, and Las Vegas, Nevada, where the attractions range from museums to mega resorts and casinos with headliner acts and an array of dining options.
Mormon leader Brigham Young recruited Bishop Anson Call to establish a colony and build a warehouse on the Colorado River. Call settled upon a location approximately 15 miles upstream from present day Hoover Dam. Call’s Landing (also referred to as Call’s Fort and Old Callville) became a permanent settlement with homes, a warehouse and irrigation systems. Circa 1926 - R.F. Perkins Collection
Last updated: September 30, 2020