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  • Address: 29450 Valley of Fire Road
  • Hours: Visitor Center open daily 8:30am - 4:30pm
  • Admission: $10 Entrance Fee, additional fees to camp

The Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest state park. Covering over 34,880 acres with red-rock sandstone formations, jutting out cliffs, canyons, and valleys, it is the ultimate hiking destination.

Highlights of the Valley of Fire include Atlatl Rock and Fire Canyon. At Atlatl Rock, examine ancient petroglyphs, dating back thousands of years and created by the Moapa tribe. Then, take a 3-mile (4.8 km) hike through Fire Canyon, starting at Rainbow Vista, where you’ll see the lighting against the sandstone and understand why the park got its name, Valley of Fire.

Picnicking, hiking, and camping are all popular activities in the Valley of Fire. Not only is the landscape impressive and attract visitors world-wide, but the Valley of Fire houses some of the rarest vegetation and wildlife in the country. 

Practical Info

The Valley of Fire is located in the heart of the Mojave Desert. It is 50 miles (80 km) northeast of Las Vegas, and it takes about an hour and a half drive to get there.

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