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Cottonwood Cove

Cottonwood Cove is a popular destination for both locals and visitors, thanks to its enchanting beauty and different recreational activities.

The cove is located on the banks of Lake Mohave and about 80 minutes drive from Las Vegas.

Cottonwood Cove Hotels, Resort, RV Park, Camping & Marina, NV

The cove constitutes part of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and is a popular outdoor destination – located right in the middle of the 67-mile long lake.

Cottonwood Cove is known for its excellent boating opportunities. So, whether you would love to rent one out, or prefer to take your own, nothing beats an afternoon on the lake’s waters. Some of the boats that visitors can rent out include deck boat, pontoon boat, and fishing boat. Alternatively, go all out with the Forever Houseboat that allows visitors to spend all day and night for the ultimate lake boat experience.

Lake Mohave is renowned for its numerous game fish species, making fishing one of the most popular activities at the cove. Common fish species include the catfish, bluegill, rainbow trout, as well as bass. The marina shop on-site offers bait, tackle, and fishing licenses for anyone who would like to cast their line.

There is no better way to enjoy Lake Mohave’s enchanting beauty than to go RV camping by the lake. Simply park your camper and set up ‘home’ for a weekend or two. The lake’s magnificent views are the perfect way to end a fun-filled day at Cottonwood Cove.

Accommodation is also available at the Cottonwood Cove Motel. Enjoy a relaxing holiday at any of the motel’s Spanish-styled rooms, all of which feature covered patios and furniture from where to soak in the splendid sunsets.

Cottonwood Cove offers an idyllic place to retreat to – the perfect destination to go off the grid and explore one of Nevada’s most scenic areas. Click on the links below to explore a range of hotels, resorts, RV parks, and camping spots in and around Cottonwood Cove, NV.

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