Those ATV enthusiasts who also enjoy fishing will love Lake Mohave. After a hot dusty ATV run in the Arizona desert, drop into Lake Mohave to cool off. Lake Mohave was created by the building of Davis dam. Davis dam is part of the Hoover Dam flood prevention system. Lake Mohave is part of the bigger system of Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Though only 6 miles wide in some places, Lake Mohave is nearly 67 miles long; offering plenty of area for water related recreation on its banks.
ATV runners can access Lake Mohave from Arizona, at Katherine Landing, or from Nevada at Cottonwood Cove. Both sites are family friendly. They both have a myriad array of facilities which include, camping for tents or trailers, rentals, lodging, restaurants, boating docks and launches, and much more. One of its unique offers is houseboat rentals.
For the ATV driver who just must fish, Lake Mohave is stocked with the quintessential American fish group: rainbow trout, bass and largemouth bass, catfish, crappie, bluegill, and crappie. Fishing in the desert after a day on an ATV trail is some people's idea of perfect, if that description fits you, just make sure you packed your fishing license along for the ATV ride. Just an ATV run up from the Dam on the Nevada side you can find Laughlin, Nevada for any gaming urges you may find you have. This is an all around nice place to take some time off and have an ATV away to the desert without the fear of running out of water!