Cottonwood Cove is more than a resort for campers and boaters. Cottonwood Cove is an escape from the neon jungle where people can spend time alongside a picturesque body of water relaxing and hiking.

Cottonwood Cove is a Lake Mead National Recreation Area attraction where Lake Mohave overlaps the Colorado River between the Hoover Dam and Bullhead City-Laughlin. It is not far south of the point where the same water flowing out of the Grand Canyon widens from Black Canyon to Lake Mohave.

By car, Cottonwood Cove is 72 miles from Las Vegas, Nevada and 14 miles from Searchlight. It is one of two resorts along the shores of Lake Mohave. Katherine Landing is the second.

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