Near The Valley of Fire
Covering a whopping 42,059 acres, the valley of fire state park offers one of the most beautiful and juxtaposing landscapes in Nevada. Named after its red sandstone and out of this world formations, the park is the oldest state park in the state. With popular formations like Fire Canyon Arch and Elephant’s Rock, there is plenty of hiking, camping and site-seeing for everyone to enjoy. For more information about the park and trails in the area click here.
Cannabis policy & Facts
Public consumption is illegal and banned inside the Valley of Fire, we do not condone nor recommend any use. Although, you would not be the first nor the last. Initiative Petition 1 was passed on the eighth of November, but the state park won’t likely allow public consumption outright, but maybe they’ll be a bit more mellow about it in the future.
Offering the best comfort food in the area and a great beer selection, Sugars is a gateway to the natural beauty of southwest Nevada.
The best Mexican food in Overton, La Fonda offers a great selection of home cooked meals in the traditional Mexican way. Kick back and enjoy a nice house margarita and some tacos.
Come to Inside Scoop and taste the only homemade ice cream in the area, or try one of their famous milkshakes.