Spring is located along the North Shore road on Lake Mead. It is a hot
spring which flows into
Lake Mead. There are picnic grounds, barbeque
areas and restroom facilities at this secluded spot.
Overlooking the Overton Arm at Lake Mead on a cold January morning, note
the steam rising from the surface.
Rogers Spring is a favorite place with a lot of knowledgeable visitors
who come back here year after year to visit and to look at the unusual
fish and turtles in the pond.
Many of the fish found here were imported
by the former private owners of the land in and around Rogers Spring and
are not indigenous. The purpose of the private owners apparently was to
sell the fish to pet stores.
Note the steam rising from the water. Rogers
Spring is a hot spring and these steam miasmas can be seen when the
ambient temperature is below 60° degrees.
the small streams that originates at the spring flows down to
Lake Mead, it waters dozens palm trees and most of the wildlife
that is found in the immediate area including the occasional mustang.
This small pool of water is not for swimming or drinking as it is not potable water. A
type of bacteria unique to this spring inhabit these waters and may result in
flue-like symptoms, or worse, if it is ingested in any way. Look, do not