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Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park

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1,669 Reviews
Visitor Center open daily 8:30am - 4:30pm
29450 Valley of Fire Road, Overton, NV

The Basics

With some of the most stunning scenery in the Mojave Desert, the Valley of Fire State Park is a popular escape from nearby Las Vegas. While guided hikes are a popular option, visitors can also opt for photography tours, buggy or ATV tours, or a helicopter tour for a bird’s-eye view of both the Valley of Fire and the Grand Canyon West Rim. Couples planning a wedding can arrange to say their vows amid the fiery rock formations of this state park.

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Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
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Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
$118.99 per adult
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Highly Recommend
This was a great experience and our guide Max was amazing! Made you feel very comfortable and was very personable!
Michelle_R, Sep 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Las Vegas

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A Must Do When in Vegas
Vince_B, Aug 2021
Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon Day Tour from Las Vegas
This was a truly remarkable experience. Our tour guide was very knowledgable, professional and safety conscious. The sights were spectacular and my wife and I were so happy we decided to take this tour. We met some amazing people in our group which made the day all the more enjoyable. There were many stops along the way to explore and take pictures. Water and snacks were provided and also a lunch break between the two parks. Highly recommend this tour!
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Great Tour!
Eddie_P, May 2021
Valley of Fire State Park Tour w/Private Option (2-6 people)
We had a wonderful experience on this tour of the Valley of Fire State Park Tour! Our guide shared much interesting information with us.
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HOT but Beautiful!
Chris_M, Jun 2021
Valley of Fire / Private Tour Available
Victor picked us up promptly at our hotel, vehicle was very clean and he had snacks and bottled water already out for us. Although it was extremely hot (100-110), he showed us all of the sites and in the right order to ensure our longest hike was out of the way first. He had lots of ice cold water and offered it yo us before and after each stop 😊. Best part was Victors patience and willingness to take pics of my husband and I all throughout the trip!
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Definitely a must!!
Tianna_B, Apr 2021
Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon Day Tour from Las Vegas
Me and my boyfriend came to Vegas for our anniversary. This experience definitely made it memorable! Highly recommended! Very nice tour guide, great attention to detail and felt very safe with covid safety protocols.
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Awesome experience!
Monica_S, Apr 2021
Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
First timers in Vegas and we wanted to do something away from the craziness of the strip so we booked this hike and it was the best thing ever! Our guide Monet was so welcoming and cool. She asked what we wanted to see and she delivered on some beautiful sights, pictures, and history. We would definitely book again with Love Hikes, on time, clean van, snacks, water, and a great time!!
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Highly Recommend
Michelle_R, Sep 2021
Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
This was a great experience and our guide Max was amazing! Made you feel very comfortable and was very personable!
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hot and sweaty but so worth it
Arielle_A, Sep 2021
Valley of Fire Wedding by Private Limousine
The drive from the hotel to the valley was incredible it was like you were on a movie set. As you hop out of the limo, you’re greeted by these towering red rocks, which become this cool backdrop for all your photos and videos. The people involved in the process were complete angels and did all the work for us!
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Awesomesauce!
Elizabeth_H, Sep 2021
Valley of Fire State Park Tour w/Private Option (2-6 people)
Amazing! We had such a great time! Darrin shared lots of history with us and gladly took his time let’s us look around. Great time!
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Dreams come true
Alexia_R, Sep 2021
Valley of Fire Wedding by Private Limousine
I've no words to express how satisfied and happy I am. How dreams really come true. From coordinators verifying info, limo driver super engaging and telling us how VIATOR haw changed guess life. Minister and photographer punctual, respectful and professional. Making sure every single request was granted. My invitees describe it as their best wedding experience From 1-5 I rate then 100 stars. I wish I'll have more space to write!
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Great guide
bonita_f, Sep 2021
Valley of Fire Tour
Wonderful trip. Guide Sergio Was so accommodating to our needs and very helpful and informative. Needless to say V of F is a must do trip from Las Vegas.
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Nice brake for Vegas
Linda_H, Aug 2021
Valley of Fire Tour
Nice tour our driver Denny was great. He explained a lot of Info we liked it. And yes it really is the valley of fire 🔥
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Amazing time!
Julie_J, Aug 2021
Valley of Fire & Wildlife Viewing Photo Tour from Las Vegas
So beautiful and lived seeing the big horned sheep and petroglyph. Our tour guide Paul was absolutely knowledgeable and made sure to answer all questions, remember the names of his guests and flexible on the schedule for photography and personal needs. Highly recommend.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • This site is a must-see for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure travelers.

  • Wear comfortable shoes suitable for walking over uneven ground.

  • The park provides little shade, so don’t forget to bring sunscreen, a hat, and plenty of drinking water.

  • Most tours from Las Vegas last four to eight hours.

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How to Get to the Valley of Fire

The Valley of Fire sits within the Mojave Desert, 58 miles (93 km) from the Las Vegas Strip. The most convenient way to visit is on a guided tour with transportation from your Las Vegas hotel, but you can drive yourself by taking I-35 North to the Valley of Fire/Lake Mead exit.

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When to Get There

The Valley of Fire is open to day-trippers from sunrise to sunset. Those who wish to stay overnight can do so at one of two campgrounds. For hiking and other outdoor activities, the mild weather between November through March is ideal. In summer, when temperatures can top 100°F (38°C), it’s best to tour the park by air-conditioned car instead.

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Things to Do Near the Valley of Fire

While you’re visiting the Valley of Fire, consider a side trip to another area attraction. Valley of Fire State Park is adjacent to Lake Mead, which has plenty of recreational options on water and land. Just northwest of the park lies the town of Overton, where it’s possible to fill upon gas, grab some food, or visit the Lost City Museum, dedicated to an ancestral Puebloan village discovered in 1924.

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