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Higher Lake Mead water levels bolster business for marina, boating operator

Lake Mead Mohave Adventures reports an 18% increase in visitor numbers, signaling a robust return to pre-pandemic engagement levels, with more outdoor activities now available due to higher water levels.

LAKE MEAD NATIONAL RECREATION AREA – Lake Mead Mohave Adventures (LMMA) announces it is experiencing a promising resurgence in visitor numbers and recreational activities across its marina and RV properties in 2024. Lake Mead’s substantial increase to more than 400 feet of depth means there is plenty of water for visitors to enjoy and endless outdoor adventure opportunities.

“We are witnessing the start of a tremendous season at Lake Mead with visitor and boating activity on the rise, so it’s truly a great time to come out and enjoy the lake,”  said Chad Taylor, director of marketing and guest experience, Lake Mead Mohave Adventures. “So far, our company reports an 18% increase in business compared to last year, signaling a return to the high engagement levels seen during the early days of the pandemic.”

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From boating and fishing to simply soaking in the scenic views, visitors can fully engage with the environment without the previous years’ constraints of long wait times for launching boats. With higher water levels, LMMA also anticipates fewer operational disruptions, such as marina relocations, allowing the company to focus more on enhancing guest experiences and providing more recreational opportunities.

For those looking to explore, experience or simply relax at Lake Mead, the 2024 summer season is the ideal time. The improved conditions promise an array of activities suited for every type of outdoor enthusiast.

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