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All reviews scenic drive the loop visitor center hiking trails great hiking wild burros natural beauty day trip rock climbers calico tanks beautiful scenery beautiful area rented a car bring water national park entrance fee take pictures
Beautiful area i recomed to check out the visitor center lots of information on desert life , weather animals plants ect. It was 104 when we went so we did not hike much but the senic drive thru the park and the overlooks were awsome...More
Red Rock Canyon is on the west side of Las Vegas approximately 25 minutes from the Las Vegas strip. The area offers scenic hiking trails for those who want to get outdoors.
If you want to take the easy way, stay in your vehicle and...More
It is an incredible national park, with a very beautiful and stunning landscape, very close to Las Vegas city. It is very worthy to visit, facilites are gorgeus, there are bathrooms all over, a nice paved road, trails and climbing areas and many more things.
My mom and I attempted the calico tanks trail. We didn't make it all the way because the rocks were a little damp and slippery. Despite not completing the trail, we still had a lot of fun and enjoyed the views. I would love to...More
Great way to enjoy the other side of Vegas--it's wonderful nature! If you drive all the way West on Charleston Blvd from the Strip (around a 20-minute drive depending on traffic, but the lights are timed to help you on Charleston), you reach the Charleston...More
This is an excellent place to visit if you are in Las Vegas. Red Rock is locate west of the strip and contains a 13 mile path for ease in locating various places to hike, Enjoy the red rocks of the area, watch climbers attack...More
If you are like me, love to find out where they film, exotic locales. I have been a Star Ztrek fan forever, original Trek films. Star Trek Generations was filmed in the Red Rock canyons! I have been a fan so long, even invited Hypnotist...More
Response from Christine M | Reviewed this property |
I get queasy on the second floor of my house if I look down through the window. You won't have any problem driving -- or even hiking -- the loop. It is graceful, smooth and the elevations are very gradual and modest. You... More
I get queasy on the second floor of my house if I look down through the window. You won't have any problem driving -- or even hiking -- the loop. It is graceful, smooth and the elevations are very gradual and modest. You will be looking UP a lot.
Response from Jessica J | Reviewed this property |
Not technically, but if you park outside and walk in, there's not much to stop you. I wouldn't recommend walking around at night though, that's dangerous. I might suggest visiting Calico Basin, it's essentially the front of... More
Not technically, but if you park outside and walk in, there's not much to stop you. I wouldn't recommend walking around at night though, that's dangerous. I might suggest visiting Calico Basin, it's essentially the front of Red Rock Canyon, the exit before going into the park. It's free, flatter, and not regulated. Hope that helps.