Nevada is home to a varied natural terrain and a rugged beauty that is a wonder to behold. From expansive deserts to mountain forests to the country’s largest alpine lake, Nevada boasts of many surprises for nature-loving visitors.
Valley of Fire State Park
Located 50 miles from Las Vegas, the Valley of Fire State Park is the oldest state park in Nevada. Sprawling over 42,000 acres of Mojave Desert, the park got its name from the awe-inspiring red sandstone formations created by shifting sand dunes over the last 150 million years.
These incredible formations take on a gorgeous flaming appearance when the sun’s rays hit them just right...Read More