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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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I drove to Valley of Fire by myself while my husband was at a convention. Super easy to get to. Just take route 15 N (Speed limit is 75) to exit 75. It is well marked. Watch your speed once off highway. There is a...More
If you're in Vegas, this makes a great day trip. It's great and beautiful overall. Lots of scenic drives! If I had to choose between Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon to visit, I would definitely choose Valley of Fire.
This huge Nevada state park only an hour from Las Vegas has some of the most beautiful red rock formations I've seen, stunning topography, ancient petroglyphs, and pleasant facilities. I highly recommend taking the day trip from Vegas.
Valley of Fire is a great day trip from Las Vegas. If you plan it right, you can pass Lake Mead on the way which is also a gem.
After the Vegas lights you can feel Nature and understand the West.
Family friendly also
Spent a day wondering around the Valley of Fire State Park. So nice to get away from the noise and lights of Las Vegas. Drive was easy, hikes were easy with some terrific views.
Don't take the long way back to Vegas....definitely not worth it.
Its an hour away from the Las Vegas strip and totally worth the time. There was a queue at the park entrance when we reached around noon. We were there in December, so the weather was perfect for hiking in the sun. The rock formations...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