The Valley of Fire State Park is known for its red sandstone formations which, when illuminated by the sun's rays, makes it look like the valley is on fire. Over 40,000 acre's, this sandstone and limestone park contains ancient, petrified trees and rock art dating back more than 2000 years.

Why not include a stop at the Visitor Center to learn more about the geology, ecology and history of the park or choose from one of the hiking trails to explore on foot.