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Park Details


  • State park or recreation area managed by a state agency

General Description
    Valley of Fire State park is the oldest and largest State Park in all of Nevada. Temperature ranges in the park are from a mild 45-60 degree daily high in the winter, to 100-120 degree daily highs in the summer. We have various species of wildlife in the park including Desert Bighorn Sheep, Badgers, Rattlesnakes, Ringtailed Cat, Ravens, Lizards,etc. Valley of Fire derives its name from red sandstone formations, formed from the great shifting sand dunes during the age of the dinosaurs, 150 million years ago.

Accessibility Features General Accessibility Features
  • Accessible tent camp sites
  • Accessible RV camp sites
  • Accessible bathrooms
  • Accessible routes from accessible camp sites to accessible comfort stations/restrooms
  • Accessible picnic tables/areas
Amenities and Lodging
  • Accessible gift shops
Information and Interpretation Features
  • Nature centers, visitor centers and/or museums that are accessible for people using mobility devices