The place is 40 years old. No wonder why there are no pictures of it on the internet. They haven't put any money into the rooms, the boats are old and its like sleeping in a dormatory. The window a/c was so loud we couldn't hear the tv. My daughter found bugs in the bathroom. We were charged for an all day boat that we used 2 hours since it wouldnt' run.
This is not a resort, its maybe one step from sleeping in a tent.
"The Echo Bay Resort" is a rustic, middle of no-where kind of place...perfect for getting the din of Las Vegas out of your mind. Only about one and a half hours northeast of Vegas, you�ll find yourself squarely in the middle of no-where listening to the wind and magpies and watching jackrabbits lope across the desert. Overlooking Lake Mead, the resort caters to families. You can rent houseboats and fishing boats. The motel is slightly overpriced but the good cheap food of the �Tale of the Whale� restaurant makes up for that.
We traveled up I-15 into Overton, Nevada to get there. The resort is about 12 miles outside of Overton and the only store to get provisions is at the marina store. If you regularly shop at 7-11 then you�ll be at home. If not, you might want to stock up at Linn�s Market in Overton.
Returning to Las Vegas we traveled through the Valley of Fire. This is a must. Bring a lunch and take a few hours to explore. Words can�t describe it, but take a look at these pictures.
Two story Motor Inn, modern guest facilities and continental breakfast bar; located in scenic rural area. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room).
Newspaper (Free). Refrigerator. Iron. Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Microwave Oven. Non Smoking Rooms. In Room Wireless Internet Access. Television. DVD/VCR. ...