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Mushroom Reef - a Kayak Lake Mead Trip

Mushroom Reef A Kayak Trip on the remote eastern portion of Lake Mead

Mushroom Reef:

To get to Mushroom Reef, we paddle the Temple Basin of Lake Mead and cross the mouth of Trail Rapids Bay, a 3 mile open water crossing. 

This reef and the surrounding beaches are beautiful and sandy. We can usually follow burro trails up the ridges to the top of the surrounding mesas from which the views are incredible. 

See desert animals and vegetation of Lake Mead;  Mojave Desert Flora and Fauna .

Booking: Go to our  Sign-Up Page  to book your kayak trip.

In the photo gallery: Beaching up at Mushroom Reef, Eddyline Kayaks lined up on the beach, a view of Trail Rapids Bay, and a vew from the top of Mushroom Reef.  Use this  interactive map  to see some of the trips we do out of Temple Bar:

Robert Finlay - Director Kayak Lake Mead

Contact us  to get a quote or to schedule a trip or lesson on Lake Mead or in the Black Canyon. 

Email us  and we'll get back to you as soon as we're back in the office from kayaking: 

Call us , you may have to leave a message but we'll return your call as soon as possible:  928-767-3061

See ya paddling,  Robert Finlay , Director Kayak Lake Mead


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