Valley of Fire State Park is a public entertainment and nature conservation region covering almost 46,000 sections of land found 16 miles south of Overton, Nevada. The state park gets its name from the red sandstone arrangements, the Aztec Sandstone, which were framed by moving sand ridges a long time
The Valley of Fire State Park is a splendid, vivid open-air destination situated in Nevada, only one hour from Las Vegas. Loaded up with all-encompassing vistas, climbing trails, petroglyphs, picturesque drives, and shocking red and pink stone arrangements, the Valley of Fire makes an incredible road trip from Vegas.
There are two principal passages to the Valley of Fire. One on the West and one on the East.
Valley of Fire State Park is open seven days a week, from dawn to dusk. While there is 24-hour admittance to the camping areas, assuming you are inside park limits before dawn or after dusk and are not a short-term camper, it’s considered intruding, and you can be tagged.
The best chance to visit the Valley of Fire is November to Spring. During winter, the temperatures are gentle, going from 15-23°C/59°F-73°F during the day. November and Walk are beating 20 °C (68 °F). It is the ideal time for climbing and investigating the valley.