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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Scenic Drive Operating Hours Changing Soon!

Starting October 1, 2014, the scenic drive will be closing one hour earlier. During the month of October the scenic drive is open…

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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 September's cooler temperatures and enjoy one of the area's nineteen designated hiking trails. Be sure to bring water, snacks, sun protection, and a good pair of hiking shoes.

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    Did you know?

    Nearly 200 different species of birds can be found at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. These birds range from tiny hummingbirds to large majestic birds of prey. Birds can be seen throughout Red Rock Canyon, but areas where there is water usually provide a greater variety of sightings. With year-round sources of water, Red Spring, White Rock…

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Moenkopi Trail Hike

Join a Red Rock Canyon Naturalist on a hike along Moenkopi trail. This is a great introductory trail for beginning hikers of those…

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    Nevada’s State Reptile

    Come and meet our desert tortoises. With any luck they will be out and about to say “Hi”. Learn more about our illustrious state reptile with their slow gate, hard shell, and elephantine legs. 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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