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This New Year, make a resolution to support public lands education. Your gift puts the natural and cultural world into […] Read More

Educational Resources

Can’t make it to Red Rock Canyon? Had a great visit and want to learn more? Check out all of […] Read More

Red Rock Canyon Virtual Hikes

Red Rock Canyon provides visitors a virtual way to enjoy hiking trails in the National Conservation Area. A virtual hike […] Read More

Jackson the Red Rock Canyon Burro

Meet Jackson, Our Jovial (And Witty) Adopted Burro Jackson is a formerly-wild burro who was adopted from the Red Rock […] Read More

Visitor Information

The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area [RRCNCA] is located just a few miles west of Las Vegas and encompasses 195,819 acres within the Mojave Desert. Red Rock is an area of worldwide geologic interest and beauty.

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Summer Hours, Programs, & Heat Safety

June 1, 2021

HOURS The Scenic Drive is open daily from 6AM until 8PM throughout summer (April through September). CURRENT OPEN FACILITIES INCLUDE: […] Read More

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Fire Restrictions

May 24, 2021

Fire restrictions within Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area currently prohibit: Building and/or using a campfire or charcoal stove. Use […] Read More

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Join Southern Nevada Conservancy

April 1, 2021

This New Year, make a resolution to support public lands education. Your gift puts the natural and cultural world into […] Read More

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Shop To Support Red Rock

April 1, 2021

Plan to head outside this spring? The Mojave Desert weather can vary widely throughout the day from chilly and breezy […] Read More

Our Mission

Southern Nevada Conservancy creates opportunities to discover, understand, and enjoy your public lands.

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What's At Red Rock Canyon?

Red Rock Canyon features a one-way 13-mile scenic drive, hiking and trails, plants and wildlife, geology, camping, cultural resources and much more. Our Visitor Center offers information and interpretation about recreation opportunities. The facility also features indoor and outdoor exhibits and a book and gift store.

Hikes & Trails

There are 26 numbered hikes and trails on our website that correspond to the numbers on this downloadable map. Please reference the map and then match the numbers with the trails on this website to learn more about each hike. Which trails would you like to visit in the future?

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