9.2 Excellent
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Valley of Fire State Park

Overton, Nevada


29450 Valley of Fire Road
Overton, Nevada 89040
Phone: Click to view

Sites: 72
Recent Rate: $$$$

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Latitude: 36.46382
Longitude: -114.43909

Elevation: 1586' (approx.)
Park Features
  • Pull-thru Sites Pull-thru Sites yes
  • Pets Allowed Pets Allowed yes
  • Big Rig Access Big Rig Access yes
  • Tent Camping Tent Camping yes
  • 55+ Only 55+ Only no
  • Kid Friendly Kid Friendly yes
  • Boondocking Boondocking no
  • Cabins / Cottages / Yurts Cabins / Cottages / Yurts ?
  • Dump Station Dump Station yes
  • Group Camping Group Camping yes
  • Water Spigot Water Spigot yes
Hookups
  • Full Hookup Full Hookup no
  • Electric (30 & 50 AMP) Electric (30 & 50 AMP) Electric (30 & 50 AMP)
  • Sewer Sewer no
  • Public Phone Public Phone no
  • Water Water yes
  • Cable/Sat. TV Hookup Cable/Sat. TV Hookup no
Connectivity
  • WiFi WiFi no
  • ATT Cellular Provider ATT
  • Verizon Cellular Provider Verizon
  • Sprint Cellular Provider Sprint
  • T-Mobile Cellular Provider T-Mobile
Amenities
  • Restrooms Restrooms yes
  • Showers Showers yes
  • Laundry Facilities Laundry Facilities ?
  • Camp Store Camp Store ?
  • Pet Area Pet Area ?
  • Propane Available Propane Available ?
  • Cafe / Snack Bar Cafe / Snack Bar ?
  • Clubhouse Clubhouse ?
  • Firewood Available Firewood Available no
  • Group Kitchen Group Kitchen ?
  • Horse Camp Horse Camp ?
  • Landing Strip Landing Strip ?
  • Picnic Shelter Picnic Shelter yes
  • Restrooms: vault Restrooms: vault ?
Recreation
  • Pool Access Pool Access no
  • Playground Playground ?
  • Recreational Trails Recreational Trails yes
  • Rec Room Rec Room ?
  • Casino Casino ?
  • Fishing Fishing ?
  • Beach Beach ?
  • Biking Biking ?
  • Boating Boating ?
  • Golf Golf ?
  • Gym/Workout Facilities Gym/Workout Facilities ?
  • Horseshoes Horseshoes ?
  • Mini-Golf Mini-Golf ?
  • Outdoor Courts Outdoor Courts ?
  • Pickleball Pickleball ?
  • Water Access Water Access ?

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63 Reviews

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Review Count: 44
States Visited: 10
Helpful Reviews: 6

Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $28.00
Overall Rating:

Camping among the Red Rocks is a breathtaking experience. For a desert campground it is a 10 even though there are no sewer connections in individual campsites. Another drawback and the reason for my 8 rating is that the sites are level side to side, but not front to back. Cell service is non existent except in certain areas of the Park (That can be a good thing). You're 15 miles from a grocery store in Overton, NV. The park has many easy hiking trails. Each site has a shade shelter covering the provided table, a fire ring and charcoal grill. 50 amp service is available. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Review Count: 104
States Visited: 10
Helpful Reviews: 20

Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

The most magical and unforgettable campground you will ever stay in. Plan on at least two nights; there's a lot to see here. Sites are very spacious but far from level; you will need 8 to 12 inches' worth of blocks for most of them. If not for that I would rate this a ten. We will not only stay here again, we go out of our way to make this park part of our itinerary anytime we're going to be within a hundred miles of this place. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 279
States Visited: 43
Helpful Reviews: 57

Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

This is a very unique campground, set amongst red rock formations in a desert wilderness. Water, 50 amps, but no sewer. Road and pad are gravel so dusty, but not all the pads are level. Pull throughs with good big rig access. Very quiet with plenty of space and privacy around the RV, covered picnic table, barbecue and fire ring but no shade trees. The views of the red rocks from our RV are breathtaking. Bathrooms are old and need a good clean. No Wi-Fi but cell is good. Overton is about 18 miles away, there is nothing there, so stock up with groceries before you arrive. There is lots to see and do in this spectacular area. We would stay here again. The dump station was out of order, and extremely difficult to access from the Atlatl site exit in a big rig, so we were unable to dump before we left. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 10
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 4

Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $20.00
Overall Rating:

As usual, one of the nicest State Park campgrounds with hookups I've seen. Sites are incredible - large, level, clean, great hookups, and unreal views. We were here in the heat of summer, so there were only 4 other rigs in the campground with us. You will not be disappointed! We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 19
States Visited: 6
Helpful Reviews: 2

Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

Don't miss this gem of a park, on the north shore of Lake Mead. Breathtaking red rock formations surround the campgrounds. For hookups, use the Atlatl camp, not Arch Rock. For a primitive camp in a smaller RV (say 24' or less) the Arch Rock camp is memorable. The $30 rate is for Atlatl, with water and power. Without the hookup, the rate is $20 per night. No TV, no wifi, but natural beauty by the cubic mile. Definitely will visit again. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Review Count: 5
States Visited: 3
Helpful Reviews: 1

Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

Awesome campground in amazing state park. OK, it's the southwestern desert wilderness, so don't expect lawns, pools, etc. It's a state park. We camped in late December for 4 nights, the Atlatl campground was half to 3/4 full. We had one of the spots in the "first row" with an amazing sunrise and sunset view (at that time of year they're not that far apart). We've been touring the western deserts for years and somehow managed to overlook this gem of a park. Highly recommended in the right season. Don't try this in summer! The tent sites looked wonderful too. They're in the back tucked in between breath-taking sandstone formations. Not a bad tradeoff (no view). The atlas (?) campground was closed, it's really just around the corner. It has fewer views, no hookups, and the main portion is perhaps a tad denser. There are a few spots at the periphery that have incredible privacy, though. The gift shop was open (now run by the state) and we enjoyed sunrise and sunset hikes. There are no real shops or gas within miles (18, I believe), so come prepared. Overall, highly recommended! We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Review Count: 18
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 4

Date of Stay: May, 2011 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

This is a hidden gem of a park. Gorgeous views all around. No crowds unlike Las Vegas thats only an hour away has millions visiting every year. Granted not much to do here except hike, bike and relax. We were here on a week night before a holiday weekend so the park had several opens spots. No reservations taken. Has a visitor center but currently no gift shop. Weather was perfect in the mid 80's. Large open level sites with tables and shade covers. Nice walk-in camp sites for tents with tables and BBQs pits. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 131
States Visited: 27
Helpful Reviews: 18

Date of Stay: December, 2010 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

This park has about a dozen sites with power and water, a few of which are handicapped accessible. It's a beautiful area, but windy and cold, which is to be expected in December. Restrooms were handy with showers also. A bit noisy with folks shouting about how high they had climbed on the nearby rocks. No cellphone service here. The Park welcoming center is easy to miss as the sign wasn't very obvious. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 27
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 0

Date of Stay: October, 2010 - $20.00
Overall Rating:

Wow! What a gorgeous park. We camped in a dry camping spot nestled among the red rock. Price was $10 entrance fee plus $10 dry camping. Another $10 would give us hookups. The surroundings are the most beautiful we have seen yet. (We are full-timers.) People were very friendly and we were ready to move in for good. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Review Count: 3
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 0

Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

$10 park entrance fee + $10 camping fee + $10 surcharge for the water and power loop = $30 a night. Sites are large and pretty level, camp sites have a shade structure, picnic table, grill, and fire ring. The whole loop is well-laid out and easy to navigate with your toad. Bathrooms and showers (pay) are clean and practically new, as is everything about this part of the campground. Can't beat the views, either. Very hot and windy when we stayed, so having power for the AC is nice. Bring everything you might need with you since any stores are a long drive away. Some good hiking and biking (on-road only) here, too. Quite a few bees here, too, when we stayed. And they are thirsty. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 4
States Visited: 2
Helpful Reviews: 0

Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $10.00
Overall Rating:

This park is one of Nevada's "hidden" gems. Superb doesn't do it justice. The Atlatl site (main campground) has 3 distinct areas: RV with water plus 30 and 50 amp electric, RV/tent with water only and tent only with common area water. If you're a Nevada Senior, get a Nevada State Park Senior Pass ($15 cost and good for 12 months) and wave the park fee of $20. That's right: it's only $10 a night! We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Review Count: 168
States Visited: 36
Helpful Reviews: 18

Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

Great park with a view in every direction. The $30 fee includes the entrance and camping fee for power. Power is a very good idea: when we were here it was hot and very windy, so A/C was nice. As others mentioned, the sites are not all level and some effort may be required to level your unit. Would definitely stay again. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Travel Trailer.

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Review Count: 9
States Visited: 5
Helpful Reviews: 1

Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $28.00
Overall Rating:

There are two campgrounds in this park. One is Arch Rock Campground: the sites are smaller, it has no hookups except for water and there are restrooms are located there. The other campground is called Ataltl Rock: the spaces are bigger and wider, there are gazebos, tables and fire pits at the sites. One area has electric hookups with 20, 30 and 50 amp service and water with threaded faucets. The rest of the campsites just have water, tables, gazebos and fire pits. The showers are nice, with plenty of hot water and good pressure: they cost 25 cents for five minutes. There is double dump station with fresh water located at the entrance to Ataltl Rock. This park is the oldest in the state: 75 years. It's a really pretty park. There one hwy that runs through the park SR169, it is narrow and winding in spots. There are places to pull off and park so you can take pictures and enjoy the view. The visitor center is small and informative: it has a help desk, books and stuff to buy and a lot of good exhibits. Except for the vending machines in the visitor center, there is no fuel, food or supplies in the park. If there is a need for those, you have to go to I-15 exit 75, 14 miles to the west, or you could to Overton, Nevada, 14 miles to the east. The place was quiet at night. The weather was great, the days were comfortable and the nights were cool. In the summer time, it will be very HOT. We camped during the week. On weekends and holidays, being close to Las Vegas, NV (45 miles), the campsites will fill up quick. No reservation are accepted and the park does not allow saving of sites. It is a pretty park and we enjoyed it a lot, we will be back. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 15
States Visited: 9
Helpful Reviews: 1

Date of Stay: April, 2010 - $30.00
Overall Rating:

The best days in Nevada were spent here at the Valley of Fire State Park. We stayed in Atlatl campground which can accommodate large RVs. Price increase starting April 2010. For electric and water hookup, price is now $30/night which includes your entrance fee. 20,30,50 amp outlets at hookup sites. Water pressure great. Sites are pleasantly far away from your neighbors. Each site comes with picnic table on a concrete covered patio, outdoor grill, and fire-pit. Bring your own firewood for those late nights under the stars. Toilets and sinks at hookup sites were modern, free, and clean. Showers are $0.25 for 5 minutes. No site reservations taken, so get there early morning around 10 am to find a good spot. Non-handicap sites are gravel. Handicap are concrete. We moved 4 times trying to find a gravel site that we could level ourselves on. If you have adequate blocks or tall levelers you shouldn't have the problems we had leveling. Red sand and dirt around the park. Park rangers and park hosts drive through and walk through the park, so don't even think about a handicap spot or not paying the fee. Cell phone and broadband access about half-mile away from the campground, near Rainbow Vista overlook. You'll have to sit in your car with a laptop. Strong winds this time of year. Keep your awnings closed. Some RV's had satellite that worked well. Dump station is near the entrance of campground. Plenty of places to walk dogs. Have plenty of propane, food, gas before you enter the park since amenities are at least 40 minutes away. This place is amazing and fun to explore. You have to see to believe. Would definitely come back. We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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Review Count: 199
States Visited: 13
Helpful Reviews: 26

Date of Stay: February, 2010 - $24.00
Overall Rating:

One of the best State Parks we've ever stayed at. This was our third visit. The scenery is mind blowing and the campsites are laid out thoughtfully to take in the views or nestle in among the big red rock formations. There are great hikes and scenic drives. Everything is well kept up and there is a small but excellent Visitors Center. This rate is for a site with electricity and water. Dry camping is $14 per night. Your $6 entry fee can be deducted from the cost of your first night's fee. I highly recommend this park! We camped at Valley of Fire State Park in a Motorhome.

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