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Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park

Visitor Center open daily 8:30am - 4:30pm
29450 Valley of Fire Road, Overton, NV

The Basics

With some of the most stunning scenery in the Mojave Desert, the Valley of Fire State Park is a popular escape from nearby Las Vegas. While guided hikes are a popular option, visitors can also opt for photography tours, buggy or ATV tours, or a helicopter tour for a bird’s-eye view of both the Valley of Fire and the Grand Canyon West Rim. Couples planning a wedding can arrange to say their vows amid the fiery rock formations of this state park.

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Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
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Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
$118.99 per adult
Traveler Favorite
Beatiful hike off the beaten path
Our guide Mathew was amazing. He was knowledgeable, friendly and gave great instruction on rock scrambling
Julie_R, Feb 2023

Recent reviews from experiences in Las Vegas

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Mother Nature's finest Grandeur
Gary_W, Jan 2023
Valley of Fire and Seven Magic Mountains Day Tour from Las Vegas
Jonas was perfect tour guide all around. Showed up on time, the van was clean, snacks and water for everyone, informed us a lot about sites on the way and showed us all the beautiful magnificent majestic sites inside Valley of Fire as well as outside. Well worth the money and a must do in Vegas. Even accommodated picking us up at our hotel which was off the strip. Plan on returning to Vegas and using his company again for another excursion.
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One of my all time...
Cindy_M, Nov 2022
Valley of Fire Ride Along Non Driving Passenger tour
One of my all time favorite experiences! I've been to Vegas many times and have always rented a car so never had the need to book a tour. This experience was worth every penny! They picked us up and dropped us off at our hotel, provided a light lunch, had good safety equipment and were so professional and fun. We loved the ride along experience and really got to enjoy the scenery since we did not have to focus on driving. Highly recommend!!
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Just go!
Celeste_K, Oct 2022
Valley of Fire and Seven Magic Mountains Day Tour from Las Vegas
I thoroughly enjoyed this tour! Who knew this place was so close to Vegas? I was picked up exactly on time, the van was super clean and comfortable. Janos was super knowledgeable, helpful. Everything was very well organized. I was traveling solo so he helped me get some epic pics! The water and snacks were also much appreciated!
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We had Robert for a guide...
Candy_S, Feb 2023
Valley of Fire and California Mojave Desert Tour
We had Robert for a guide ...he was very good..very passionate about the sights we were seeing...made the trip much more memorable.
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Highly recommended morning hike!
Lisa_W, Feb 2023
Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
Terrific tour! The scenery was beautiful, the degree of difficulty for our moderate tour was perfect for our group, and Nick was a wonderful fun guide. Thank you for a wonderful morning! Would do it again!
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Beatiful hike off the beaten path
Julie_R, Feb 2023
Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
Our guide Mathew was amazing. He was knowledgeable, friendly and gave great instruction on rock scrambling
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Definitely need to do this again
Eddie_H, Feb 2023
Las Vegas Valley of Fire ATV Quad 3 hour Tour MOST SCENIC!
Each guy in our group had a great time, this far exceeded our expectations. The guides were great, had fun attitudes and made the experience very fun. This is a way to have time away from the Vegas strip and see some of beautiful Nevada. Would have paid more to make the ride longer - so much fun!
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Great hike!
Jennifer_S, Feb 2023
Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
Great hike! Views were amazing. The medium level hike was perfect and truly medium. Nick did a fabulous job as our guide.
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Unbelievable experience
Delia_H, Jan 2023
Grand Canyon Helicopter Flight and Sunset Valley of Fire Landing
What an amazing experience, would recommend it for anyone coming to Las Vegas . Our pilot Sarah was brilliant Thank you for helping us make family memories xx
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Great day in the Valley of Fire
Colleen_Z, Jan 2023
Valley of Fire and California Mojave Desert tour
Robert was a great guide who clearly enjoyed showing us around a place he loves. He went above and beyond to give us a great experience.
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Just do it!!
Jennifer_F, Jan 2023
Valley of Fire Sunset Tour
Jonos was an amazing guide. So friendly and knowledgeable. We highly recommend this tour. The views are breathtaking. We had a small group of 5 and it was great from beginning to end. It was open to everyone, those who wanted to hike a bit more and those who didn't.
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Amazing!!
Brenda_Q, Jan 2023
Valley of Fire and Lost City Museum Small Group Tour From Las Vegas
Our group was very small, which gave us the opportunity to take many great pictures of the beautiful park. The park is amazing, you almost feel like you’re in a different planet. Breathtaking views.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • This site is a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure travelers.

  • Wear comfortable shoes suitable for walking over uneven ground.

  • The park provides little shade, so don’t forget to bring sunscreen, a hat, and plenty of drinking water.

  • Most tours from Las Vegas last four to eight hours.

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How to Get to the Valley of Fire

The Valley of Fire sits within the Mojave Desert, 58 miles (93 km) from the Las Vegas Strip. The most convenient way to visit is on a guided tour with transportation from your Las Vegas hotel, but you can drive yourself by taking I-35 North to the Valley of Fire/Lake Mead exit.

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When to Get There

The Valley of Fire is open to day-trippers from sunrise to sunset. Those who wish to stay overnight can do so at one of two campgrounds. For hiking and other outdoor activities, the mild weather between November through March is ideal. In summer, when temperatures can top 100°F (38°C), it’s best to tour the park by air-conditioned car instead.

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Things to Do Near the Valley of Fire

While you’re visiting the Valley of Fire, consider a side trip to another area attraction. Valley of Fire State Park is adjacent to Lake Mead, which has plenty of recreational options on water and land. Just northwest of the park lies the town of Overton, where it’s possible to fill upon gas, grab some food, or visit the Lost City Museum, dedicated to an ancestral Puebloan village discovered in 1924.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Valley of Fire State Park?
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As well as visiting the Valley of Fire State Park, check out these trip ideas to make the most of your visit: