Autumn is the perfect time for houseboat holidays. Although the summer is popular for houseboat rentals, the fall is a great time to be out on the lake. Thanksgiving is one of the more popular houseboat holidays on Lake Mead, as temperatures usually hit a soothing 68 degrees during November. Although the temperature can dip into the 30s at night, the average temperature for this area during in autumn is 53 degrees. This is perfect for a relaxing houseboat cruise.
Celebrate Thanksgiving Aboard a Houseboat
All of the houseboat rentals at Forever Houseboats feature a gas barbecue, a full range and oven, and a microwave. This makes food preparation for houseboat holidays quick, easy, and efficient. For example, you can roast up a turkey just as easily as you can toss a few fresh-caught fish on the grill. Be traditional or start a new tradition all your own when you spend this Thanksgiving aboard one of our modern and efficient houseboat rentals.
Things to Do in Lake Mead in the Fall
It may be too chilly to swim when you visit Lake Mead in the fall, but that doesn't mean there aren't tons of other fun activities to keep you engaged. You can fish here year-round, pulling in such popular varieties as bluegill, striped and largemouth bass, channel cat, and crappie.
Hiking is another popular pastime when you vacation here in autumn. The cool temperatures and brisk breezes are suitable for hikes that take you past the Liberty Bell Arch and Red and Black Mountain. Dock your houseboat rental for a day while you take a few hours exploring the many mysterious places that surround Lake Mead.
Consider booking one of our coveted houseboat holidays this fall when that traditional time to give thanks rolls around. Watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade from the comfort of your houseboat via our satellite TV access, and when that jolly old elf winds things up, stretch out on deck with your fishing pole to begin your newest family tradition.