Nevada, Overton – Valley of Fire State Park

Atlatl Camp Ground

Arch Rock Camp Ground

Valley Of Fire State Park,

Overton, Nevada

435 673 6400





Rated as: Average

  • Rate Paid: $15 per night + $10 park fee per night
  • Discounts: none
  • Stay duration: Oct. 24 2022 – Oct 26, 2022
  • Site: 12
  • Number of Sites:72
  • Utilities: Water
  • Park WIFI: no
  • Personal WIFI:  Verizon – none
  • Verizon Phone: none
  • Laundry Facilities: no
  • Cable TV: no
  • Clubhouse: no
  • Pool: no
  • Hot Tub: no
  • Activities: no
  • Pickle ball courts: no
  • Propane station: no
  • Dump station: yes
  • Mailing address: None

Rated as: Average.

  The two camp grounds at Valley of Fire State Parks are very similar. Both have gravel roads with back in sites that are not very level. It took trying four different sites to get our RV close to level. Smaller RV’s would have a much easier time. These are all first come first serve camp sites, no reservations are taken. This is a popular area, close to Las Vegas, so getting to the camp grounds early is a must. We saw people arrive as early as 8:00 am. There were only 5 or 6 sites left when we arrived at 2:00 pm. They are starting a reservation system in 2023. All the camp sites have a covered shelter, picnic table, BBQ grill, water, and a level tent site. There is plenty of room for a second vehicle. There are a few sites with electricity in Atlatl Camp Ground for an additional $10 fee. Atlatl campground has showers and flush toilets, while Arch camp ground has only pit toilets. A dump station is available with water fill up. It is a short drive between the two camp grounds. Visiting Valley of Fire State Park is a must. The scenery is breath taking, stark, and easily viewed from the road side pull outs. Several short hikes are available to enhance your visit. Though a bit rustic, we would stay here again. Rated as Average.

Note: The road to the west entrance from I15 is narrow, rough, and has no shoulders. It is not a pleasant drive in a large rig.

Other notes:

Close to  the city of Las Vega – 25 minutes

Close to Lake Mead – 15 miles




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