LAKE MEAD, Nev. -- Park rangers found a 54-year-old man's body Thursday afternoon on the Lake Mead Arizona shoreline.
The man's body was found near an inflatable kayak. A life vest was found on kayak, which was still inflated. The body did not have a life vest on it when it was found.
The rangers started receiving the reports earlier in the day of a male body washed up on shore. According to the park service, rangers arrived on the scene by boat and confirmed the reports.
The body is being transported to the Mohave County Coroner's Office for identification and a cause of death.
The National Park Service is handling the investigation.