Temple Bar is located in Mohave County off AZ Highway 93. Use Arizona State Highway 143 near milepost 19 south of the Hoover Dam for the drive to Temple Bar.

Visitors accessing the lake from Temple Bar enjoy easy access to hundreds of coves and beaches along Mead's vast shoreline.

Temple Bar is named after the massive rock formation in the lake shown in the right hand side of the picture above.

Temple Bar is located in northwest Arizona, on Lake Mead which is the largest man-made lake and reservoir in the United States, and in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

Lake Mead was created by the completion of Hoover Dam in 1935. Lake Mead National Recreation Area includes these waters as well as 1.5 million acres surrounding them.

Here you'll find world-class bass fishing, long southwestern summers and endless smooth waters. The waters of Lake Mead are clear, and provide ideal conditions for watersports like swimming, boarding, waterskiing, tubing and touring via personal watercraft, boating, kayaking, and fishing.

Temple Bar is a skier's dream, with unobstructed runs of 20 miles in either direction. Houseboat vacations are popular and you can enjoy hundreds of miles of beautiful shoreline set within the red rocks of America's Southwest.

Fishermen and women know that Lake Mead has World Class fishing for the Striped Bass, Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, and Channel Catfish.

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