Bureau of Land Management
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
This region of shadowy slot canyons, mind-bending geological formations and expansive views of Lake Mead is jointly administered by the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management. Solitude and silence are common throughout the 3,521 acres of narrow canyons and gravelly washes found…
• No camping is allowed within sight of trials, and half a mile from National Park Service designated roads. • No camping is allowed within 300 feet of water sources. • Recommended maximum group size: 12 members. • Camping is limited to a total of 14 days in one location, and no more than 90…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
Beautiful spot in the desert with no one around ❤️
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Muddy Mountains is located in Nevada
Hidden valley may be accessed by driving the Bitter Springs Backcountry Byway about 3 miles east on the Valley of Fire Highway from Interstate 15. About four miles south of the Valley of Fire Highway on this rough dirt road, turn right at the sign for Color Rock Quarry. About 3 miles further lies the trailhead for Hidden Valley. Four-wheel drive and high clearance vehicles are recommended. The Bowl of Fire and Anniversary Narrows are accessible from the paved Northshore Road. Calville Road turns north at mile marker 16, so be on the lookout for that. Four-wheel drive is recommended here, too.