From the bloggers at Love Your RV.
We’ve enjoyed exploring Valley of Fire State Park on several occasions and were excited to return during this snowbird season’s trek through the southwest. For our previous two visits, we camped outside the park at a friends of ours RV Park and a nearby free boondocking area. Then day tripped inside this amazing park to hike through and photograph its remarkable scenery.
This time, though we decided to check out what it’s like to camp inside the park. Valley of Fire SP has two campgrounds called Atlatl Rock and Arch Rock. Atlatl Rock is the larger of the two and has a few loops with water and electric hookups ($30) with sites big enough for a 50-foot rig. Arch Rock is a short distance away with 29 smaller no hookup sites ($20) nestled in close to some huge red sandstone hills. All sites are first come first serve.
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