Here is an updated (May 28) List of County, State and National Parks within a one day drive of Las Vegas.
Reminder: This list is ever-changing. Please follow the appropriate links for more up to date information.
Limited Facilities at Most Parks! Bring what you need, pack out what you pack in!
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- Bryce Canyon National Park
The main park road and all viewpoints to Rainbow Point, restrooms at Sunset Point, Farview and Rainbow Points are open, and trails within the Bryce Amphitheater area. The park visitor center is open, though the museum and theater remain closed. Mossy Cave area is open, though construction may close some areas temporarily. Entrance fees are being charged. On June 7 the Sunset Campground will reopen to the public for camping by reservation only. The North Campground currently is closed for paving. All lodging and food services also are closed. Effective no later than July 1, hiking of backcountry trails and permits for backcountry camping at sites along these trails will again be permitted—park backcountry trails include the Riggs Spring Loop, the Under-the-Rim Trail, and Under-the-Rim connecting trails
- Canyonlands National Park
All park roads, trails, and restrooms would reopen May 29. Backcountry permits for Canyonlands would be available for use May 30. Campgrounds remain closed.
- Clark County Parks
Parks are Open. Restrooms and other facilities are closed
- Clark County Wetlands Park
Open and Free
- Death Valley National Park
The park will remain closed to all use until after California enters Stage 3. Through-traffic is allowed on CA-190 and Daylight Pass Road. We are working with national, state, and local health officials to plan the steps of a phased opening.
- Grand Canyon National Park – South Rim
All visitor facilities, including Highway 64, closed at sundown Memorial Day. The park also extended the suspension of administrative, research, private and commercial river rafting trips through June 13 in order to comply with the local health guidance to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Resumption of river trips will be evaluated periodically to provide up to 30 days advance notice to allow companies and private boaters time to adjust travel arrangements and prepare for trips.
- Lake Mead Recreational Area
Boulder Entrance Station, Lake Mead Parkway Entrance Station, Lake Mead Boulevard Entrance Station, Northshore Entrance Station, Cottonwood Cove Entrance Station. Annual passes required for the following locations in Arizona: Willow Beach, Temple Bar, Katherine Landing. Parking lots, launch ramps, overlooks, beaches, and picnic areas will reopen. Boats that are slipped at the marinas may leave their slips to recreate. Those within the trailer village or on live-aboard vessels may stay the night.
- Hoover Dam – Closed
- Red Rock Canyon –
Beginning June 1, 2020, the BLM Southern Nevada District will reopen access to:• Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive
• Red Rock Overlook
• Late Night Trailhead
• Red Spring Boardwalk
• Calico Basin and Kraft Mountain Trailheads.
- Spring Mountain Ranch State Park
The park is open for limited hours day-use. Visitor center/gift shop will remain closed until further notice. – Open
- Zion National Park
Reopened Wednesday, May 13, though there would be no shuttles. Once private vehicles take up all parking spots, the canyon will be closed to traffic until vehicles leave. Zion Lodge remains closed until May 21, visitor center and campgrounds are closed, climbing, canyoneering, and overnight backpacking are prohibited at this time, and the Angels Landing chain section is closed. The Kolob Canyons area of the park also remains closed.
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