Arch Rock Campground is located in Valley of Fire State Park and has 29 campsites set among beautiful bright red Aztec sandstone outcroppings. Campsites are first-come first-serve and can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. There are no hookups at this campground. Check out is 11am. Each campsite is allowed a maximum of 2 vehicles and 8 people. Group camping (3 sites / 45 people per site) is also available by reservation at Valley of Fire State Park (702-397-2088).
Campground amenities include drinking water and vault toilets. Showers and a dump station are available at Atlatl Rock Campground. Wifi is also available (for a fee). Each campsite has a table (with shade structure), fire ring and grate.
Also, the cell phone coverage at Valley of Fire State Park is spotty at best (depending on your provider). You may be able to get a signal at Mouse’s Tank Road near parking lot #3. The Fire Canyon/Silica Dome Overlook may also work.
Valley of Fire State Park is the oldest and largest state park in Nevada and includes 45,000 acres of spectacular geological wonders featuring bright red Aztec sandstone. Contrary to popular belief the valley is not always on fire, but rather derives its name from the red sandstone formations.
Valley of Fire State Park offers visitors the opportunity to explore historic sites & ruins, see petrified trees, hike and bike the many trails and visit the full-scale visitor center. Photography, star gazing and wildlife viewing are also very popular activities. Valley of Fire State Park also offers a great base camp for the RiSE Festival each October.
Atlatl Rock Campground is another option at Valley of Fire State Park and has 44 campsites (some with electric/water hookups). There are also three group camping areas that can accommodate 45 campers. Reservations are available for the group campsites by calling the Park information line and pressing option #3.
First Come, First Served
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