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Valley of Fire State Park
Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park

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
US$118.99 per adult
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Matthew was our tour...
Matthew was our tour guide and he was amazing and so knowledgeable about the area! He was accommodating to us during the hike!!! It was an amazing birthday hike for me!! I definitely recommend and would do it again!
Carrie_L, Aug 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Las Vegas

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Excursion from Vegas
Kahlila_S, May 2022
1 Day Tour at Valley of Fire and Zion Park
I loved the beautiful scenery of Zion National Park and the unique features of Valley of Fire State Park. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and made funny jokes. The driver was nice and made sure we had a safe journey.
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5 Star Tour By JNS
Gayle_I, Feb 2022
Valley of Fire and Seven Magic Mountains Day Tour from Las Vegas
Janos arrived promptly in a clean, comfortable touring vehicle. He had a wealth of knowledge on the park sites. The pace of the small group tour was perfect. We never felt rushed. The refreshment, snacks and hand sanitizer were very much appreciated. We’ll book another trip with Janos at JNS in the future.
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Friendly Tour Guide
Benjamin_T, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire and California Mojave Desert tour
Robert is super friendly and very on time to pick up. I had a very positive experience from this tour.
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Fantastic day in Valley of Fire
Tara_L, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire and Lost City Museum Small Group Tour
Had a fantastic day touring Valley of Fire SP with Janos from JNS Tours. He was very knowledgeable about the area, the wildlife, and the best places to be for amazing pics. After we finished there we headed to Seven Magic Mountains for more pics. Janos brought along snacks and plenty of cold water as it was extremely hot and the group decided to skip the lunch stop due to the heat. All in all an amazing time. Can’t wait to do another tour with JNS next time I’m in Vegas!
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Valley of fire nice trip
Noemi_N, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire and California Mojave Desert tour
Very wonderful experience. The colours are amazing. The guide was friendly and suggest me some nice and fast trip.
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Desert Adventure
Kerstin_T, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire and Seven Magic Mountains Day Tour from Las Vegas
It really was a great tour. We got a private tour with a very friendly and knowledgeable tour guide. He showed us the most amazing places in The Valley of Fire, which we would not have found. Beside the beautiful landscape we saw many animals. Absolutely worth to spent the time and the money on this tour.
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Fun .. will I do it again.. if it's 90 or cooler out
Derrick_J, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire ATV Quad 450cc 3 hour Tour
It was fun be prepared for the heat if your going out at 107f like I did .. bring a small backpack with ice and water..a water bottle with a tube would be great getting past the helmet . Biker gloves will do wonders. Sun screen. They provide you with water but your gonna need you own to slow down and drink from time to time until a check point . If you tap out you can get into the guides buggy .. wish it was a few more check points to take pictures but overall it was fun . Staff was cool.
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A Perfect Day
Sheila_A, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
This was very worth it. We signed up for the easy hike and Sarah was a great tour guide. She was very knowledgeable, informative and fun . The Slot and the petroglyphs were awesome. We really enjoyed the hike.
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Beautiful Hike!
Jennifer_Z, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire Hiking Tour from Las Vegas
Sarah our tour guide went above and beyond to make sure that everyone had an incredible experience. She guided us on an easy hike but also took my teen son on more difficult climbs while we rested to make sure everyone got the best experience. This was the highlight of our trip!
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Robert was so nice and...
grace_t, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire and California Mojave Desert Tour
Robert was so nice and provided snacks. he was informative and gave us plenty of time at each of the viewpoints.
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The Valley of fire is a...
Supriyo_P, Jul 2022
Valley of Fire and Lost City Museum Small Group Tour
The Valley of fire is a wonderful daytrip from Vegas. It was well organized & accompanied with a knowledgeable tour guide. Highly recommended.
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Awesome Trip!
Michael_C, Jun 2022
Valley of Fire and California Mojave Desert Tour
The perfect half day trip! Mr. Vegas (Mark) was a terrific guide, flexible and knowledgeable enough to go off script. Couldn’t have gone better. Say ‘Hi!’ To Carl for me!
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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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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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