This in the distance is Las Vegas Bay Campground. No hookups, but kind of a pretty area.
This campground is older, so it is hard to find spots that are big enough, but I found this long pull-through.
Went for a walk and found some wildflowers. Need to look these up.
There are palm trees and other shrubbery that has clearly been planted, and each plant has its own trickle watering system. I caught this one turned on.
This is a creosote bush in bloom. If you rub the leaves between your fingers, you can smell the odor of creosote. Usually, you see these leaves dry and brittle, but this is spring and they had rain here a couple of weeks ago, so everything is green.
I don't know its name, but there is a river that goes past the campground and dumps into the far west end of Lake Mead, creating a sort of marshy area for wildlife.
Onward tomorrow to Valley of Fire. It is first-come, first-served, so I will have to get there early.