Driving an ATV through Lake Mead National Park is a wonderful adventure any time of year. The thinner crowds in the winter and the cool, crisp days make the scenery look even more spectacular. Wildflowers are usually plentiful in the spring because of the runoff from the Rocky Mountains. Warmer summertime temperatures make it a great time to take a splash in the Colorado River while the fall is a great time to track animals and go birdwatching. ATV rental in Las Vegas for tours at Lake Mead National Park is a fun thing to do regardless of the weather.
Winter ATV Tours
Considering a winter ATV tour is a wonderful idea because the crowds are fewer. This often allows guides to take guests into areas that must be avoided during peak travel times. The cacti also pop to life after their winter slumbers with a beautiful display of color. Temperatures near 70 degrees make it a beautiful time to explore the park on an ATV. Crisp days makes this the perfect day to capture photos of the amazing scenery.
Spring ATV Tours
More than 240 species of birds have been spotted in the park. Spring is often the best time to spot them. Bald eagles often choose to nest here during the spring. Standing in stark contrast to the barren sand in many areas of the park, spring wildflowers put on a spectacular show.
Summer ATV Tours
While temperatures in parts of the park can easily reach 120 degrees in the summer, it is often the best time to see a variety of wildlife as long as you know where they are hiding to escape the summer heat. A dip in the Colorado River at the midway point is a fun way to celebrate summer.
Fall ATV Tours
Fall is a wonderful time to drive an ATV through the Lake Mead area. Temperatures are perfect for exploring the rock formations, the steamy hot springs and many other areas of the park. Learning more about the history of the area from a knowledgeable guide makes an ATV tour even more fun.