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Valley of Fire is Nevada’s oldest and largest state park. Ancient trees and early man are represented throughout the park by areas of petrified wood and 3,000-year-old Indian petroglyphs. Popular activities include camping, hiking, picnicking and...more
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My daughter and I went during the week. It was sooo worth it. We didn't have to fight for parking and were able to hike all the sights. The only stop which was a downer was the 'mouse trap'. You hike to a little hole...More
We were 4 friends picked up at our hotel, on time, and non-stop learned fun facts of Vegas, many I didn't know as a frequent visitor to the area, on the drive to the park.
Clayton exuded enthusiasm and passion for the area, and really...More
This is an amazing state park, you can spend as little as an hour or literally all day hiking around the trails (free maps available from park office). Such a cool range of different rocks to see (better than it sounds), with amazing colours showing...More
We stopped here for a few hours on our way from Zion back to Las Vegas. We had a great time just seeing some of the highlights (Elephant Rock, the Fire Wave, petrified logs) but if we had more time available would have certainly done...More
We drive to southeast Utah from Southern California where we camp, hike, and fish. Usually we drag into Las Vegas after dark, for a stopover. During our last trip, early in May 2018, we kept going, one hour east, past Vegas to this Nevada State...More
We decided to visit Valley of Fire for a little hiking as an alternative to the often busy Red Rock. So glad we did-Just beautiful!! We visited in March, so the weather was not too hot. If you visit during warmer months I suggest getting...More
What a fantastic day we had at this State park! Bring lots of water, good walking or hiking shoes because you will do a lot of drinking and walking! Be prepared to spend hours exploring! It really did give me goosebumps! Our favorite day spent...More
One of the times I visited I rented a convertible that was a very nice experience. I am now a resident without a convertible! But I have a sunroof and being able to stop and pull over to the areas that interest you. Before... More
One of the times I visited I rented a convertible that was a very nice experience. I am now a resident without a convertible! But I have a sunroof and being able to stop and pull over to the areas that interest you. Before you take the drive stop at the visitor center and maybe they can give you information or suggestions