Valley Of Fire
- Located 55 miles from Las Vegas.
Derives its name from the red sandstone formations. Ancient
trees & early man are represented throughout the park
by areas of petrified wood & 3,000 year-old Indian petroglyph.
Camping, hiking, picnics & photography. Full-scale visitor
center with extensive displays. Open all year.
- Located just a few miles west of
Las Vegas & encompasses 197,000 acres within the Mojave
Desert. Red Rock is an area of world wide geologic interest
& beauty. Not-for-profit Book & Gift Store located
in the Visitor Center. Scenic loop, hiking, picnics &
National Park -
2 1/2-hours from Las Vegas. Massive
canyon walls ascend toward a brilliant blue sky. Hike among
the towering cliffs, or challenge your courage in a small
narrow canyon. Unique sandstone cliffs range in color from
cream, to pink, to red. They could be described as sand castles
crowning desert canyons.
- Located 30 miles from Las Vegas. Tours,
Visitor Center & Gift Shop.
- Often called “Red Rock Country” Whether you’re
into history & archaeology; arts & culture; power
shopping; outdoor sports; or the spiritual & metaphysical,
imagine doing all this in a backdrop of some of the most spectacular
scenery in the world. Where to stay, eat, what to do, events,
relocation, weddings, art & more.
- National Recreation Area. Boating, water
skiing, swimming, hiking camping and fishing. 8 campgrounds
& 5 RV campgrounds with hookups.
- A Guide to Death Valley National Park.
Directions, Operating Hours & Seasons, Fees & Reservations,
Weather, Lodging, Campgrounds & Scotty's Castle.
- Includes: Directions, Operating Hours
& Seasons,Fees & Reservations, Backcountry Hiking,
Webcams, Weather Forecast & maps.
- Escape the desert heat. Skiing,
tubing, hiking, horseback riding & more.
- Top-notch skiing resort just a few hours
from Las Vegas. Camping, hiking, lodge, hotel, kids activities
- Series of horseshoe-shaped amphitheaters
on the edge of the Paunsaugunt Plateau in southern Utah. Erosion
has carved colorful Claron limestones into thousands of spires,
fins, arches & mazes. Hiking, camping & more.
- Located on the edge of Las Vegas.
The many springs in these mountains provided water for Paiute
Indians & later brought early settlers to the area. Visit
"Old Nevada" & see cowboy gun fights, a zoo,
picnic, hike, historic sites & more.