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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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Valley of Fire is beautiful - you can visit rapidly, or you can take your time, either will be satisfying. Part of the park was closed when we visited, but we got to see the petroglyphs and some of the spectacular rock formations, very pretty...More
A diverse park with tons to see and small crowds if you know where to hike. At the visitor center, take pics outside the natural cave holes. Drive through the park with the top down. Look for petroglyphs and a Star Trek ship shaped rock...More
We were just starting our fabulous Grand Circle Vacation. Flew into Vegas and this was our first planned stop on our way to Zion. We almost skipped this park because we had so much planned for the rest of this trip and kind of wanted...More
We love to hike in each city we visit, so a local Las Vegas man recommended Valley of Fire. We combined this park during a day trip from Vegas along with Red Rock Canyon and Hopver Dam. Valley of Fire was our favorite! Beautiful hike,...More
The staff at the Visitors Center, of which we saw two, were not very helpful or friendly. I had to drag answers out of them from the questions I asked. The rest rooms were terrible especially after paying $10.00 to get into the park. We...More
one of the great places to see close to the Las Vegas strip. IT is one of the most beautiful and wonderous state parks i have ever seen. There are a lot of easy to moderate trails to hike, and you will see great rock...More
This is a great place to stop. The formations of the rocks and their colors are awesome. As you drive through the park, there are are points of interest with plenty of parking. There are also trails you can take as well.It was very hot...More
Friend and I visited on a Thursday and loved the park. It is more beautiful in real life than pictures. Easy to get around with plenty of parking. Make sure you have water or buy it at the gift shop. Hiking trails are easily marked.
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.