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29450 Valley of Fire Road
Overton, Nevada 89040
Park is open sunrise to sunset. Visitors center is open daily 8:30am-4:30pm.
Valley of Fire Las Vegas Quick Facts
- Camping and picnic accommodations available.
- Food and gas are not available in the park.
- See sandstones as old as 150 million years.
- 50 miles north of Las Vegas.
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It's great bringing kids here and seeing the wonder in their eyes. It's a little adventure. The history behind this neat place, is the native american tribes lived here at one point."
This tour is FREE!
Features: Valley of Fire Las Vegas is one of the oldest state parks in Nevada. Since it's opening in 1935, guests have come from near and far to see the gorgeous sandstone and dune formations. Though the park has free admission, they will charge per vehicle for parking, so to save money, opt for a bus trip or find free parking elsewhere.
Why We Go: Valley of Fire Las Vegas offers guests of Las Vegas a refreshing escape into the history of the land and life on it. The amazing sandstone formations are the main attraction at this Nevada state park.
- Mouse Tank: This is one of the most popular formations, due to the sandstone cliffs covered in petroglyphs, or ancient Native American drawings. Take a short walk through the cliffs and into a natural rock basin.
- Interesting Rock Formation Shapes: Guests enjoy finding familiar shapes in the natural rock formations, such as an elephant, beehive, or piano. Different guests see different object shapes within the great formations in the Valley of Fire State Park Las Vegas.
Inside Knowledge: Though there were once Native American people living on this land, currently only wild animals roam through the Valley of Fire Las Vegas. Native wildlife that still resides here include kangaroo rats, coyotes, bighorn sheep, squirrels and more.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do visit during spring and fall: Though the Valley of Fire Las Vegas is open year-round, the spring and fall seasons offer the most comfortable whether for visiting the park.
- Don't come unprepared: Be sure to bring water, sunscreen, comfortable walking shoes and a hat on your trip to protect yourself from heat stroke, exhaustion, or sunburn.
The West road going into the park is prone to flooding, so please be sure to call prior to your trip for safety information.