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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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We had a few extra hours while en route from Zion to the Las Vegas airport and stopped here without any particular expectations -- just looking for a short hike in a pretty spot. But wow -- we were kind of swept off our feet!...More
We went to the park through the scenic route near Lake Mead. It takes much longer than the highway but its worth it. We stopped at a few overlooks along the way to enjoy the lake. The entrance fee at the park is $10/vehicle. Take...More
We had a spare day on a trip to Utah, and decided to drive to The Valley of Fire north of Las Vegas. It was a great decision! The scenery is amazing! We did a hike at White Domes that was scenic and just challenging...More
So close to Las Vegas, but for some reason when people go to Las Vegas, they stay in Las Vegas, either because they only gamble, they think everything of interest is too far away, or they think it will be too hot or too difficult........More
I won’t add to the descriptions of the wonders of the valley. For folks based in Los Vegas who came up I15, , I strongly recommend the return drive east out of the park and south through the Lake Meade Rec Area. The drive is...More
Nevada's oldest state park is located about an hour out of Las Vegas; and it transports one to another world (the Martian landscapes for the original Total Recall movie were filmed here).
There are numerous tours form Vegas from which to choose; or one can...More
Just an hour outside Las Vegas is the lovely National Park, the Valley of Fire. The area is so named because of the red colouring of the rocks. There is a scenic drive through the valleys and every corner has another amazing view. There are...More
Just when you think you've seen the ultimate and nothing else can surpass it, you round a bend and see yet another stunning vista or rock formation. Driving is a "start... STOP! start... STOP!" proposition as you just have to pull over for "one more"...More
I don't think you will have time to do it. It is quite a distance driving there and just the road leading into it takes about an hour. You do not want to be driving it after dark. There is nothing after you leave the main... More
I don't think you will have time to do it. It is quite a distance driving there and just the road leading into it takes about an hour. You do not want to be driving it after dark. There is nothing after you leave the main road if you were to get stuck or break down. It is the desert after all and is great by day not so much at night.
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You would have to rush, and would not be able to take your time and enjoy the sights of each. It is a little drive between the two. I would take around eight hours to drive and see the Valley of Fire. But do think you will... More
You would have to rush, and would not be able to take your time and enjoy the sights of each. It is a little drive between the two. I would take around eight hours to drive and see the Valley of Fire. But do think you will enjoy both.