One Lane Road

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One Lane Road, a short, dead-end spur road off Willow Tree Road, leads to several campsites on a peninsula along the north side of Carp Cove. As the name suggests, this road travels down a hardpacked, gravel surface only one vehicle wide. Passing along the road would be incredibly difficult without someone backing up. Luckily, the road is less than half a mile long, and passing can easily take place on either end of the road. Closer to the lake, the road surface becomes more sandy and softer. A 4WD or AWD vehicle is recommended for this road.

There are three shoreline campsites at the end of the road and up to as many as nine campsites, depending on group size and how close you want to be to your neighbor. The pull-through sites are good for pop-ups, teardrops, or offroad trailers. As well as small, single-vehicle back-in sites. The beaches here are river rock, and the coves are great for paddleboarding and kayaks.

Although this road is within the Lake Mead National Recreation Area fee area, there are no entrance stations along the way to obtain a pass.