Experience Lake Mohave
***Katherine Landing Now Under New Management***
198 Secluded Beach Coves, 237 Miles of Shoreline, Year Round Memories
Katherine Landing at Lake Mohave Marina is the ‘must visit’ destination in Arizona amongst recreation enthusiasts. Lake Mohave has 237 miles of shoreline and 198 sandy and secluded beach coves (yes, 198!), each with their own unique names. You can call this place your own any time of the year because of the warm and sunny year-round weather. Discover for yourself why guests come from all over the world to experience Katherine Landing.
Boating, fishing, scuba diving, wakeboarding, water skiing, swimming, hiking, biking and other rare historic attractions are found at Katherine Landing.
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- In October 1857, a caravan of 28 camels crossed the Colorado River below the present Bullhead City. Lieutenant Edward F. Beale was testing camels for desert travel for the War Department. With him was Hi-Jolly, a trained camel handler from Asia Minor.
- The Katherine Gold Mine was discovered in 1900 and operated intermittently until 1930. The mine and, subsequently, the surrounding area, was named for the sister of one of the discoverers.
Urban Park Concessionaries is an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service and the Department of the Interior to serve the public in Lake Mead National Recreation Area.