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The Valley of Fire is a State Park in Nevada and requires an entrance fee to enter the park.
You can pay a one time fee or use a Nevada State Park pass if you have one. You can purchase a Nevada State Park pass at the gate or at the Valley of Fire Visitor Center.
If you pay the daily use fee and decide later in the day you want to purchase the park pass, save your receipt and the daily use fee will be applied towards the fee for your Nevada State Park Pass.
Valley of Fire Entrance Fee
If you arrive at the park before the booth is manned, there are envelopes available for you to add your cash to and then drop in the storage slot.
Before you drop the envelope into the slot, be sure to tear off the stub to place on your dashboard so the park rangers can match it up to the paid visitors list.
You may want to make sure you have a pen with you as sometimes the pen at the box may not work (or could be missing).
If you are camping at one of the campgrounds, there will be boxes for you to pay for your entrance fee and camping fee at the campground.
A reminder that the Valley of Fire is a Nevada State Park and not part of the National Parks System so if you have one of the passes above, they will not be honored at the gate.
Below is a transcription of the sign above:
Pay all campground fees at the campground.
Disabled discount (applied to vehicle entrance fee) $1.00 off
Federal permits (Golden Age / Eagle / Access) are not accepted
Fee compliance checks routinely conducted by rangers
Trailers must not be left unattended overnight
14 days in a 30 day period camping limit
No generators during quiet hours 10 PM to 7 AM
Thank you and enjoy your visit – (702) 397-2088
All fees contribute to the maintenance and operation of the park
Entrance Only (per vehicle per day) – $10
Camping / Entrance (per vehicle per night) – $20
Campsites with utility hookups – additional $10
Bus / Van Tours (per person per day) – $2
Bicycle / Horse Ride In / Walk In (per day per person) – $2
Annual Permits (obtain at the park)
Annual entry permit – for all Nevada State Parks (entrance only) – $75
Annual All Access Pass – for all Nevada State Parks (entrance, boat launching, and camping) – $200
Annual Senior Permit – for all Nevada State Parks – minimum 65 years old and Nevada resident for 5 years (entrance, boat launch, and camping) $30
Annual Disabled Permit – for all Nevada State Parks – Nevada residents only (entrance, boat launch, and camping) $30
For failure to use self-pay system (may also include a citation up to $250.00)
Returned check fee – $25
Take the envelope and fill out the required information
Place money in the envelope, remove stub, and seal the envelope
Deposit the envelope in fee tube
Display stub in vehicle
Valley of Fire Entrance Fee
I am an outdoor enthusiast who would rather be on a backcountry backpacking trip than a stroll on the beach (although I do love the beach!).
Living in Las Vegas has afforded me the opportunity to easily explore the Southwest region of the United States.
A nature lover, I am often found at the end of the pack taking photos and videos of the wildlife found on the trails. Colorful flowers, desert animals, and unusual geological rock formations are often the majority of my photos.