Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire Highway, Overton, NV 89040, United States

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702-397-2088

Visitor's Center Open Daily 8:30 am-4:00 pm

The Valley of Fire State Park is located in Moapa Valley, accessible via Interstate 15 or North Shore Road.

HISTORY: The Valley of Fire State Park is Nevada’s oldest, and largest, State Park. It was dedicated in 1935 and covers 34,880 acres. Why is it named the Valley of Fire? Once you see it, or see photos, you’ll have your answer! The Red Sandstone Formations were created during the age of dinosaurs, 150 million years ago, from sand dunes that shifted. This shifting, along with lots of erosion combined with uplifting and faults, created the uniquely shaped formations that make up the Valley of Fire State Park. Many of the rock formations also include limestone, shale, and conglomerates. When the sun is reflecting at the right angle, the formations appear to be on fire!

OCCUPATION: It is estimated that the park was used by people from about 300 B.C. to about 1150 A.D, first by the Basket Maker People and later by the Anasazi Pueblo Farmers who lived in the nearby Moapa Valley, a fertile land because of the existence of the Muddy River. It is assumed that the visits were for food gathering, hunting, and religious ceremonies. It is doubtful that any of these early people lived for any length of time in the Valley of Fire, because of the lack of water. They definitely stayed long enough to leave behind awesome petroglyphs, the rock art on the canyon walls. These drawings are visible at several locations within the park, keep reading to find the best places to view them. It is VERY important to NOT touch the petroglyphs, as even the small amount of oils from your hand can be incredibly damaging.

CLIMATE: The best times to visit the Valley of Fire?? ANYTIME!! Seriously, although the summer daily highs can exceed 100 degrees (120 even!), if you visit early in the morning before the sun gets too high, it’s not unbearable. The middle of the day? Go to Lake Mead during the hottest part! Spring and Fall are great, with comfortable temperatures during the day ranging from 70-85 degrees, depending on when you visit. Click here to get detailed information on the Average Temperatures by Month for the Valley of Fire State Park from weather.com.

PLANTS AND ANIMALS: The desert plant life in the area is abundant, with creosote bush, burro bush, and brillte bush. The variety of cactus species include beaver tail and cholla make for great pictures, especially when the flowering begins in the spring. The roads in the spring are awash with color from the Desert Marigolds, Indigo Bush and Desert Mallow.

Although there are plenty of animals in the Valley of Fire, many are nocturnal and not seen by the majority of visitors. Be on the lookout for many different kinds of lizards and snakes; and if you’re really lucky, you might spy Big Horn Sheep, Coyotes, Kit Foxes, Spotted Skunks, Black Tailed Jack Rabbits, and Antelope Ground Squirrels. Resident birds include the raven, house finch, sage sparrow, and roadrunner. Many migrant birds also pass through the park.

If you’re EXTREMELY lucky, you might see a Desert Tortoise. If you do, take care not to disturb it in any way: don’t try to touch it or get close to it.Why? I got this information from desertmuseum.org: “Unlike us, a desert tortoise can reabsorb moisture from its bladder; in effect, it carries a built-in canteen. If you pick up a wild tortoise, the frightened reptile is likely to dump its water supply–a minor nuisance for you, but a major problem for the tortoise, which in a severe drought could die before the next rainstorm allows it to refill!”

VISITING THE PARK

Visitor’s Center: The visitor center provides exhibits on the geology, ecology, prehistory, and history of the park and the nearby region. It is strongly recommended that each visitor make this an early stop after entering the park. Postcards, books, and film are on sale for your convenience. Open daily, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. There is a brand new Gift Store inside the Visitor’s Center that just opened in November 2011, so be sure to check out the new items!

Camping:. All campsites are first come, first serve. There are two campgrounds with a combined total of 73 units. Campsites are equipped with shaded tables, grills, water, and restrooms. A dump station and showers are available.

RV Camping: RV Sites are available that provide power and water hookups. There is an additional fee of $10 per night for the hookups.

Picnic Sites: There are picnic areas with shade and restroom located at Atlatl Rock, the Cabins, Seven Sisters, White Dome, and near Mouse’s Tank Trail Head.

Group Sites: Group areas that accommodate up to 45 people are available by reservation only, for day and overnight use.For information call Valley of Fire State Park (702) 397-2088. Additional Fees apply.

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AREA SERVICES

The Valley of Fire itself has restrooms, a Gift Shop and Visitor’s Center.

EAST ENTRANCE: The towns of Overton/Logandale/Moapa in Moapa Valley are just 10 minutes from the East Entrance of the Valley of Fire State Park and offer services including Gas Stations, Propane Sales, Restaurants, Lodging, Off Road Vehicle Sales, Service and Rentals, Tours and Activities, Shopping,  and more. 

WEST ENTRANCE: The Moapa Band of Paiutes operate the Moapa Tribal Plaza located at the West Entrance to the Valley of Fire State Park. The Moapa Tribal Plaza offers a gas station, restrooms, truckers plaza, snack bar, fireworks sales, beverages, snacks, gifts and more.

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PETROGLYPH TRAIL

This interpretive Trail begins just north of the Visitor’s Center, is 1/2 mile long, and follows some of the best petroglyphs available in the Valley of Fire. This is an easy hike along a sandy trail. It is VERY important that you do NOT touch the petroglyphs, as they can be easily damaged and history of this sort can’t simply be repaired or replaced. Although nobody can say for certain what the petroglyphs mean, there is a sign at the beginning of the trail that explains the most commonly accepted meanings. The trail ends at Mouse’s Tank.

GPS Coordinates:  36.44107 , – 114.51659

MOUSES TANK: The Mouse’s Tank in the Valley of Fire State Park derives is name from the legend of a an alleged outlaw Indian named “Little Mouse”. The legend tells that he was wanted for murder and hid out in Mouse’s Tank in the 1890’s. There are a few versions of the legend, and a few rebuttals, you can read more about it by clicking here. Mouse’s Tank is reached via a half mile trail from the parking area. It is a natural depression in the sandstone and after rainfall, water collects here. Because it is mostly shaded, the water sometimes remains for months.

GPS Coordinates: 36.441245, -114.516535

ATLATL ROCK:

An Atlatl was the predecessor to the bow and arrow, and this area has some amazing examples of petrogyphs. It is located near the West Entrance of the Valley of Fire State Park, and to view the petroglpyhs, you climb a staircas that is approximately 40 feet high.There is a campground located at Atlatl Rock and it has 44 campsites as well as several new RV Hookups with Power and Water. There is a modern restroom and shower building, and each campsite comes with shaded tables and BBQ Grills. Please see Fee information in the Visiting the Park Section for additional fees for camping

GPS Coordinates: 36.42383333, -114.55050000

BEEHIVES:

The Beehives rock formations are an impressive example of the forces of nature. The swirling patterns carved into the rocks created what can only be described as giant stone beehives

GPS Coordinates: 36.41283333, -114.54841111406142

ELEPHANT ROCK:

This amazing rock formation in the Valley of Fire State Park has been described as looking like an ancient mammoth! This formation is just one of the many different and uniquely shaped formations that can be viewed throughout the park. Elephant Rock is located right on the main road in the Valley of Fire, near the East Entrance. Parking is prohibited there, but you can park at the East Entrance parking lot and take a short 1/3 mile hike to get up close.

GPS Coordinates:  36.42831 ,  -114.45998

WHITE DOME TRAIL:

This easy, 1 1/4 mile trail is one of the best in the park. Not only does it offer incredible views of the colorful rock formations,it also contains some movie history!.’The Professionals’ starring Burt Lancaster and Lee Marvin was filmed here in 1935. The film crew left behind one of the props, a wall from the cantina set, and it still has the bullet holes! There is also a sign that tells about the different movies that have been filmed in the region. Walking on this trail will lead you to an incredible slot canyon-75 feet height and 17″ wide at its narrowest point. The twists and turns in this canyon cause you to not be able to see the entrance and exit at the same time.

GPS Coordinates: 36.48550000, -114.53283333

CLARK MEMORIAL:

There is a commemorative White Cross in the Valley of Fire on the South Side of State Route 169, placed to honor the memory of John J. Clark. He was a retired 45th New York Infantry Volunteer, 67 years old, who died at the spot on July 15, 1915.Captain Clark was driving through the area in a buckboard, with his horse tied to the buckboard, and he died..most likely in seach of water.

GPS Coordinates:  36.42600000, -114.46833333

SEVEN SISTERS:

The Seven Sisters in Valley of Fire State Park is a collection of 7 uniquely shaped rock formations with a stark desert backdrop that makes a great background for photos. There is a picnic area at the Seven Sisters location with Picnic Tables, Shaded areas, and restrooms

GPS Coordinates: 36.42633333, -114.50200000

THE CABINS:

There are 2 Rock Cabins in the Valley of Fire State Park, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930’s. The Cabins were built using native sandstone, and they were built to shelter weary travelers. GREAT picture taking spot.

GPS Coordinates:  36.43050000, -114.48133333

PETRIFIED LOGS:

There are petrified logs here, evidence that the Valley of Fire State Park was once a forested area. The logs are located behind a fence in order to preserve them from vandalism. They were washed into this area approximately 225 million years ago, and there are two trails with interpretive signs leading up to them.

GPS Coordinates: 36.42133333, -114.54400000

FIRE WAVE

Fire Wave is an easy 1.2 mile hike that offers incredible views of some amazing rock formations. The formations you see here are used in many advertisements and promotions for the State of Nevada and the Valley of Fire.

GPS Coordinates: 36.48833333, -114.52850000

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Mar
7
Sat
Valley of Fire Events: Introduction to the Valley of Fire @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 7 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am

March 7: “Introduction to Valley of Fire” Indoor Presentation

Want to learn a lot about Valley of Fire State Park in a short amount of time?  Stop by the visitor center at 11:00am or 1:30pm for an indoor PowerPoint presentation that will provide a general overview of the park’s geological history, human history, and common flora and fauna.  The presentation will be held in the front theater of the visitor center.

WHEN: Saturday March 7, from 11am to 11:30am
WHERE: Front theater in the Valley of Fire visitor center

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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Valley of Fire Events: Children’s Petroglyph Activity @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 7 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

March 7:  Children’s Petroglyph Activity

One of the most well-known attractions at Valley of Fire State Park is the Native American petroglyphs found along Mouse’s Tank Trail, which date back hundreds to even thousands of years.  Children that would like to learn more about these fascinating carvings that depict a wide variety of shapes and figures should meet at Mouse’s Tank picnic area at 1:30pm on March 7.  Children will be provided with the materials to make their own modern “petroglyphs,” which will be theirs to keep.  NOTE:  During this activity, we will be carving petroglyphs into faux “rocks” made with arts and crafts materials.  Never carve, scratch, or in any other way deface any rock in the park.

WHEN: Saturday, March 7 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm
WHERE: Meet at Mouse’s Tank picnic area

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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8
Sun
Valley of Fire Events: White Domes Trail Guided Hike @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 8 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

March 8:  White Domes Trail Guided Hike

Join members of park staff for a guided hike on the 1.25-mile White Domes Loop.  Attractions located along this trail include a narrow slot canyon, the remnants of a 1960s movie set, and countless colorful rock formations.  During the hike, a park staff member will provide information about the geology and history of the area, and the plants and wildlife that live here today.

WHEN: Sunday, March 8, from 10am to 11:30am
WHERE: Meet at White Domes Trailhead

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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Valley of Fire Events: The Basics of Rock Art” Indoor Presentation @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 8 @ 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm

March 8:  “The Basics of Rock Art” Indoor Presentation

Meet in the front theater of the Valley of Fire visitor center for a short presentation covering the various forms of rock art found throughout the American Southwest.  The presentation will cover various topics such as the processes commonly used for dating rock art, interpreting rock art, and what is known about the peoples that left these paintings and etchings hundreds to thousands of years ago.

WHEN: Sunday, March 8, 1:30pm to 2pm
WHERE: Front theater in the Valley of Fire visitor center

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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Mar
14
Sat
Valley of Fire Events: Big Wall Loop Guided Hike @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 14 @ 10:00 am – 1:30 pm

March 14:  “Big Wall Loop” Guided Hike

This 3.6-mile loop hike follows sandy and rock washes, including Magnesite Wash, into an area of the park that is not accessible by way of marked and maintained trails.  The namesake of this hike is an enormous vertical sandstone wall, perhaps the largest in the park.  After taking a lunch break next to the “big wall”, the route will take participants to a scrambling section down a rock pile before meeting up with the White Domes Trail.  This hike, with approximately 1,200 feet of gross elevation gain, will be led by a local hiking enthusiast who created this off-trail route.  Those wishing to participate in this guided hike must preregister by emailing: vofinterpranger@mvdsl.com.  Please include the name of each participant in your party.  This hike will be limited to the first 30 registered people only.

WHEN: Saturday, March 14, from 10am to 1:30pm
WHERE: Meet in White Domes parking lot

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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15
Sun
Valley of Fire Events-Atlatl Rock Guided Petroglyph Walk @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 15 @ 10:30 am – 11:00 am

March 15: Atlatl Rock Guided Petroglyph Walk

Stop by the Atlatl Rock picnic area to join a ranger on a guided walk showcasing the petroglyphs located around Atlatl Rock. Participants will be led to numerous petroglyphs that are not located along marked or maintained trails. Topics discussed during the walk will include the processes commonly used for dating and interpreting petroglyphs, and also what is known about the peoples that created this ancient rock art.

WHEN: Sunday, March 15, from 10:30 am-11:00 am

WHERE: Meet at Atlatl Rock picnic area

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle.

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Valley of Fire Events:Petrified Logs Guided Hike @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 15 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

March 15: Petrified Logs (West) Loop Guided Hike

Join a member of park staff for a short hike around the Petrified Logs Loop on the west side of the park. Participants will also be led through a restricted access area consisting of a vast amount of petrified wood. In the restricted access area, we will hike uphill for approximately 1/8-mile to a nice vista point. Topics covered during the hike include basic geologic history of the park, what kind of trees the petrified wood is believed to have been from, and the petrification process.

WHEN: Sunday March 15 from 1:30pm to 2:30pm

WHERE: Meet at the Petrified Logs Loop parking lot

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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20
Fri
Valley of Fire Events: Atlatl Demonstration @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 20 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

March 20:  Atlatl Demonstration

Join members of the World Atlatl Association and park staff for a demonstration on how to properly use the ancient spear-throwing tool known as the atlatl.  Participants are welcome to try throwing atlatls on their own as well. And don’t forget to come back the next day, March 21, for the Annual World Atlatl Competition!

WHEN:  Friday, March 20, from 1pm to 2pm
WHERE: Meet at Atlatl Rock picnic area

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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21
Sat
Valley of Fire Events: 24th Annual World Atlatl Competition @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 21 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

March 21:  24th Annual World Atlatl Competition

Come out to Valley of Fire State Park on Saturday, March 21 for the 24th Annual World Atlatl Competition!  The event attracts participants from across the globe.  Registration for the competition will begin at 8:30am.  Plaques will be awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place in the women’s, men’s, and children’s divisions.  There will also be some atlatls available for those who do not own at atlatl, but still wish to participate in the competition.  There is no cost to enter the event.
    
WHEN:  Saturday, March 21, from 10am to 3pm.
WHERE: Meet at Atlatl Rock picnic area

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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22
Sun
Valley of Fire Events: What’s in Bloom?”-An Introduction to Valley of Fire’s Wildflowers @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 22 @ 11:30 am – 12:00 pm

March 22:  “What’s in Bloom?”-An Introduction to Valley of Fire’s Wildflowers

Join a member of park staff for a short indoor presentation on the various wildflowers that will be in bloom throughout the spring in Valley of Fire.  The presentation will cover what plants bloom, what their flowers look like, and at what point during spring is best to view them.

WHEN:  Sunday, March 22, from 11am to 11:30am, and again from 2pm to 2:30pm
WHERE: Front theater in the Valley of Fire visitor center

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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Valley of Fire Events: What’s in Bloom?”-An Introduction to Valley of Fire’s Wildflowers @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 22 @ 2:00 pm – 2:30 pm

March 22:  “What’s in Bloom?”-An Introduction to Valley of Fire’s Wildflowers

Join a member of park staff for a short indoor presentation on the various wildflowers that will be in bloom throughout the spring in Valley of Fire.  The presentation will cover what plants bloom, what their flowers look like, and at what point during spring is best to view them.

WHEN:  Sunday, March 22, from 11am to 11:30am, and again from 2pm to 2:30pm
WHERE: Front theater in the Valley of Fire visitor center

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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28
Sat
Valley of Fire Events: What’s in Bloom?”-An Introduction to Valley of Fire’s Wildflowers @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 28 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am

March 28:  “What’s in Bloom?”-An Introduction to Valley of Fire’s Wildflowers

Join a member of park staff for a short indoor presentation on the various wildflowers that will be in bloom throughout the spring in Valley of Fire.  The presentation will cover what plants bloom, what their flowers look like, and at what point during spring is best to view them.

WHEN:  Saturday March 28, from 11am to 11:30am
WHERE: Front theater in the Valley of Fire visitor center

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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Valley of Fire Events: Fire Wave – Kaolin Wash Loop Guided Hike @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 28 @ 1:30 pm – 4:00 pm

March 28:  Fire Wave – Kaolin Wash Loop Guided Hike

Join a ranger on guided hike on an unmaintained and unmarked extension of the Fire Wave Trail.  The
extension portion of this hike follows Kaolin Wash and leads through an area sometimes referred to as “Pastel Canyon.”  During this approximately 2.35-mile hike, a ranger will provide information about the geological history of the area and the local plants and wildlife that currently call this harsh climate home.  Be sure to wear appropriate footwear and bring plenty of water.  Those interested in participating in this guided hike must preregister by emailing: vofinterpranger@mvdsl.com.  Please include the name of each participant in your party.  This hike will be limited to the first 30 registered people only.

WHEN:  Saturday, March 28, from 1:30pm to 4pm
WHERE:  Meet in the lower parking lot at the visitor center participants will caravan to the trailhead from there

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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29
Sun
Valley of Fire Events: What’s in Bloom?”-An Introduction to Valley of Fire’s Wildflowers @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 29 @ 11:00 am – 11:30 am

March 29:  “What’s in Bloom?”-An Introduction to Valley of Fire’s Wildflowers

Join a member of park staff for a short indoor presentation on the various wildflowers that will be in bloom throughout the spring in Valley of Fire.  The presentation will cover what plants bloom, what their flowers look like, and at what point during spring is best to view them.

WHEN:  Sunday, March 29, from 11am to 11:30am
WHERE: Front theater in the Valley of Fire visitor center

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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Valley of Fire Events: Children’s Petroglyph Activity @ Valley of Fire State Park
Mar 29 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm

March 29:  Children’s Petroglyph Activity

One of the most well-known attractions at Valley of Fire State Park is the Native American petroglyphs found along Mouse’s Tank Trail, which date back hundreds to even thousands of years.  Children that would like to learn more about these fascinating carvings that depict a wide variety of shapes and figures should meet at Mouse’s Tank picnic area at 1:30pm on March 7.  Children will be provided with the materials to make their own modern “petroglyphs,” which will be theirs to keep.  NOTE:  During this activity, we will be carving petroglyphs into faux “rocks” made with arts and crafts materials.  Never carve, scratch, or in any other way deface any rock in the park.

WHEN: Sunday March 29  from 1:30pm to 2:30pm
WHERE: Meet at Mouse’s Tank picnic area

PRICE: This is a FREE Event but there is a $10 per vehicle Admission Fee to enter the Valley of Fire State Park. Nevada Residents pay $8.00 per vehicle

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