Red Rock Campground, a developed campground located within Nevada’s Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, will reopen Friday, August 30, 2019, in time for the beginning of its busiest camping season. Cooler temperatures during the fall and winter months make Red Rock Canyon a destination for visitors from around the world.
The campground is approximately two miles east of the Visitor Center on State Route 159 (West Charleston Boulevard). It is the only developed campground within the Conservation Area. Its physical address is 3293 Moenkopi Road, Las Vegas, NV 89161.
Red Rock Campground features 53 individual campsites, 14 walk-to sites, six dry RV sites, and seven group campsites.
Individual sites are $20 per site/night Reserve your campsite at www.recreation.gov.
The 14 walk-up campsites are offered on a first-come-first-served basis and are $10 per night.
Group campsites are $60 per site/night and require reservations. Make Reservations for group campsites at www.recreation.gov.
The campground is scheduled to remain open until June 1, 2020, and will then close for the low-usage summer season
There are no electrical, water, and sewer hook-ups.
There is no dump station for recreational vehicles.
There are no showers.
Shade structures are available throughout the group sites and many of the individual campsites.
Restrooms are vault toilets.
Water faucets for drinking water are available throughout the campground.
Visitors can reserve single or group campground sites by calling 1-877-444-6777 or visiting www.recreation.gov.
Reservations can be made up to six months in advance but not less than 48 hours of the desired arrival date.
Check-out is 11am; Check-in is 2pm
For more information on the Red Rock Canyon Campground, please visit the Bureau of Land Management’s website and click the “Camping” tab or call the Red Rock Canyon Campground question line at 1-702-515-5387.