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We took a rental car from vegas to the red rock scenic drive and did the hike at Calico Tanks. The scenic road was really nice. The hike was great, at the end we climbed up to the summit to take in the views of...More
I think most out of state tourists think of the Grand Canyon for daily excursions but if you want fewer crowds and still want to enjoy some beautiful areas of nature, this place is ideal. It’s very accessible and easy to get to and it’s...More
After the disco of the strip and the party is lame, a whole other world opens up. I go to Vegas for the climbing, for the nature and Red Rock has it.
Rent a car and go explore on your own these trails. It can...More
If you come to Vegas don't miss this. Absolutely beautiful. It was well worth the $15.00 to get in and the views were unbelievable. It was like being on another planet. Living in New England we have out mountains and rolling hills but Red Rock...More
We recently spent a couple of days during our vacation at Red Rock Canyon. We hiked several amazing trails (accurately described in map brochure when you check in. Good to know before you start out on a trail if it is easy, moderate, or difficult)....More
I visited the park on a tour bus and found the scenery to be very lovely. We had a gorgeous clear and cool day that made me wish I had come prepared to do some hiking. This for me was a highlight of my Vegas...More
After a disappointing 4 hour drive to a frozen, snowy Grand Canyon, we decided to drive up to see this area closer to LV. We were not disappointed. The visitors’ center set the stage with a great background on the canyon and its heritage. We...More
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Not technically, but if you park outside and walk in, there's not much to stop you. I wouldn't recommend walking around at night though, that's dangerous. I might suggest visiting Calico Basin, it's essentially the front of... More
Not technically, but if you park outside and walk in, there's not much to stop you. I wouldn't recommend walking around at night though, that's dangerous. I might suggest visiting Calico Basin, it's essentially the front of Red Rock Canyon, the exit before going into the park. It's free, flatter, and not regulated. Hope that helps.