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Reviewed August 20, 2019

We love to rent a car and drive to valley of fire and cut to lake mead so beautiful nevada has its own natural Beauty you can appreciate ❤️

Date of experience: July 2019
1  Thank dallasfrostybeachbum
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Reviewed August 19, 2019

There is a particular energy, a vibration from the Valley of Fire that is difficult to put into words. It felt as if Nature was in communication and interacting with us through its silence. The history of the Valley is incredible. The lives of the people that at one time inhabited the area and their contact with Nature would have been 'something' to behold. There was a brief period, when I was alone, in absolute silence, standing amongst the formations that Nature has carved on the landscape and it felt as if a story was being told - the story of Creation - a story for which there are no words, and can only be experience within the inner silence of oneself.

Date of experience: July 2019
4  Thank KvmaR1972
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Reviewed August 17, 2019 via mobile

Ten dollars for a car load is the best bargain in the state for attraction!!! The 12 mile ride into the park from the interstate put you in a different world. Go early in the summer cause it can get real hot Heat warning the morning we arrived at 111 degrees. Great photo opportunities

Date of experience: August 2019
2  Thank johnfricke
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Reviewed August 12, 2019

Drive into another world as you enter Valley Of Fire State Park. We went in the summer when the temps reach well above 100 degrees, so get there early. We arrived at 6 am, temp was already 86, but we were welcomed right of the bat by a herd of Big Horn Sheep crossing the road. Several families, to include babies. It was quite a site!
As we traveled to our destination, Fire Wave trail, we came across several more Big Horn's, they are all over the park. Some hang around the visitors center.
We were passing through and feel we got a good dose of the park in 3 hours, with one hike.
The diverse rocks, and colors are truly amazing in this one of a kind park. Don't miss it !

Date of experience: August 2019
2  Thank Lynne R
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Reviewed August 11, 2019 via mobile

As we stepped out of our car at the welcome center, two bighorn sheep ran past us. One scrambled up the hill and looked out over the valley. Can't guarantee that you will see one too, but they didn't appear to be afraid of people. The temperature was over 110 degrees so we basically drove through the park, stopping every now and then to get out of the car and take some photos before continuing on to the next stop. If it had been cooler we would have definately hiked a trail or two. Incredible views in person that no photograph can do justice.

Date of experience: August 2019
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