Walker Lake, NV

A watery gem amid the arid land, Walker lake is a treasure worth discovering. One of North America's great desert lakes, it is home to a threatened species of trout, migrating waterfowl and the solitude of Nevada's Great Basin.

Walker Lake is a haven for boating, fishing, camping, hiking and birdwatching. Water skiing and personal watercraft are welcome along with quiet vessels such as canoes and kayaks - perfect for exploring the Walker River Delta or observing loons, grebes and other waterbirds. Major beaches and campgrounds include Sportsman's Beach, Twenty Mile Beach, Tamarack and Monument Beach.



The Walker Lake Working Group meets the second Monday of each month. The next meeting December, 11th, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. The meetings are located at the Mineral County Library. All concerned citizens are welcome.

Mineral County Library

110 1st St, Hawthorne NV, 89415

Send a tax deductible donation, to help in the fight to Save Walker Lake, by donating to the Walker Lake Working Group.