Valley of Fire State Park is Nevada's oldest and largest state park. It opened in 1935 and has been a very popular site ever since. The park's most popular activities include camping, hiking, picnicking and exploring. The park is named for the red sandstone formations that mark the park. It has a fairly pleasant climate year-round. The park has incredible rock formations and scenic landscapes making Nevada's first State Park a must see when in the area.
Camping, nearby Lake Mead, Native American petroglyph viewing, picnicking, sightseeing, hiking.
Water, shade ramadas, picnic areas, scenic turnouts, self-guided hikes, etc.
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One of my favorite campgrounds ever! Fantastic rock formations are the highlight of this Park, and you can camp right between some of them. The walk in sites on loop A are the best sites, not far from the parking area. There are shade ramadas at every site, water as well. Showers, bathrooms, etc. Very clean place as well. Nearby is Lake Mead and St. Thomas Cove for swimming and fishing in summer months. Temps in summer are brutal, beware! There are also a few areas to hike and explore Indian petroglyphs, native american art pecked on to the red rocks. Fantastic place!
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