The RRCIA Mission

The mission of the Red Rock Canyon Interpretive Association is to enhance the recreational, educational and interpretive programs of the Bureau of Land Management by providing materials and services to the public which promote an understanding, and appreciation of, the natural history, cultural history and sciences of Southern Nevada and specifically, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.

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Fall Operational Hours in Effect

Starting October 1, 2014, the scenic drive is open daily from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm. The visitor center is open daily from 8:00 am to…

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    Happy Birthday Nevada!

    On October 31, 2014, Nevada turns 150 years old! Celebrate this milestone and the great state of Nevada by exploring and enjoying the state's vast public lands, including Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Who knows, you may catch a glimpse of Nevada's state reptile, the desert tortoise, or the state mammal, the bighorn sheep. For more information…

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    Take a Hike!

    Hiking is one of the best ways to experience and appreciate Red Rock Canyon's unique geological, historical, and ecological resources. Take advantage of Southern Nevada's beautiful fall and winter weather by enjoying one of Red Rock Canyon's nineteen designated hiking trails. Be sure to bring water, snacks, sun protection, and a good pair of hiking…

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The Many Faces of Pine Creek

Pine Creek has many faces from dry and desolate to wet and wild. We encourage you to get to know this wonderful area of our home.…

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    Introduction to Red Rock Canyon

    Join us for a 20-minute presentation introducing you to some of the secrets of Red Rock Canyon. We will uncover why the rocks are red, how the plants survive, and who lives here. All ages. No registration required. For more information, please call (702) 515-5367.

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    RRC Animals

    View some of the arachnids, reptiles, birds, and mammals found in the RRC National Conservation Area. Venomous animals will be emphasized while their activity is in season. Living and preserved specimens will be on display and discussion and questions are encouraged. All ages. No registration required. For more information, please call (702) 515-5367.

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