Red Rock Campground Closes for the Season | Public Spaces
The campground at the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is now closed, and it will stay closed until Labor Day weekend.
The closure started Tuesday. The campground is about two miles east of the visitor center off State Route 159. It is the only developed campground within the conservation area.
People can still camp in the backcountry of Red Rock Canyon with the proper permit from the Bureau of Land Management. To secure a permit, call 702-515-5050. People can camp on BLM land for up to two weeks free of charge. Here are some of the popular campsites on bureau land. The sites do not have facilities.
- Bitter Spring Backcountry Byway
- Gold Butte Backcountry Byway
- Knob Hill
- Virgin Mountains
- Christmas Tree Pass
- Logandale Trails System
Campgrounds are also open at several other places around southern Nevada.
- Valley of Fire State Park, (702) 397-2088
- Lake Mead National Recreation Area, (702) 293-8990 or (702) 293-8906
- Death Valley National Park, (760) 786-3200
- Mojave National Preserve, (760) 252-6100
- U.S. Forest Service Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest, (702) 515-5400
- Spencer W. Kimball Scout Reservation, (702) 968-8138
- Potosi Pines Camp, (702) 875-1980
- Clark County Shooting Park, (702) 455-2000