Valley of Fire Car Camping
April 16-19, 2020
Valley of Fire, in Nevada, is a state park known for its stunning red sandstone formations, which illuminate the valley, especially at sunset, making it look as though it’s on fire. Entwined with the valley’s sandstone rock are remnants of prehistoric locals and unparalleled vistas. Of all the things to do in Nevada, this is one Silver State experience you can’t miss. Visitors to the southern end of the state will find Valley of Fire State Park about 55 miles northeast of Las Vegas and just six miles from Lake Mead. Once in the park, visitors will have no trouble navigating because there is only one main road, which runs through the Valley of Fire Road. The road is also called the Valley of Fire Scenic Byway and is just under 11 miles and connects both the east and west entrances of Valley of Fire state park.
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Land package: $299
Departing from Van Nuys and Fontana
Trip Includes
Ground transportation; vehicle entrance fee; three nights of camping; dinner/happy hour on Thursday, all meals Friday and Saturday plus a late breakfast on Sunday.
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John Corcoran
Main Coordinator
Ron Domash
Assistant Coordinator
Trent Nguyen
Assistant Coordinator
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