Valley of Fire State Park
Cities & Towns
Beatty, Nevada: 151 miles west.
Boulder City, Nevada: 53 miles southeast.
Glendale, Nevada: 27 miles north.
Henderson, Nevada: 49 miles southeast.
Las Vegas, Nevada: 45 miles southwest.
Laughlin, Nevada: 111 miles south.
Mesquite, Nevada: 51 miles northeast.
Overton, Nevada: 16 miles northeast.
Pioche, Nevada: 176 miles north.
St. George, Utah: 77 miles northeast.
Red Rocks in the Valley of Fire
Parks & Monument
Great Basin National Park: 126 miles north.
Death Valley National Park: 165 miles west.
Zion National Park: 119 miles northeast.
Beaver Dam State Park: 172 miles north.
Cathedral Gorge State Park: 163 miles north.
Echo Canyon State Park:185 miles north.
Floyd Lamb State Park: 50 miles south.
Spring Valley State Park: 192 miles north.
Recreation & Wilderness Areas
Lake Mead National Recreation Area: Adjoins the park.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area: 75 miles west.
Ash Springs (BLM): 83 miles north.
Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge: 63 miles north.
Bitter Springs Back Country Byway (BLM): 5 miles west.
Desert National Wildlife Range (BLM): 20 miles north.
Gold Butte Back Country Byway (BLM): 22 miles west.
Sunrise Mountain Natural Area: 25 miles west.
Historic & Points of Interest
Clark County Heritage Museum (Henderson)
Las Vegas Natural History Museum (Las Vegas)
Lincoln County Historical Museum (Pioche)
Lost City Museum of Archaeology (Overton)
Nevada State Museum & Historical Society (Las Vegas)
Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort SHP (Las Vegas)
Rhyolite Ghost Town (Beatty) Video
Zoological-Botanical Park (Las Vegas)
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