|About||Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is located just 5 miles west the 215 and Charleston Boulevard intersection on Highway 159 (also known as Charleston Blvd.) in Las Vegas, Nevada.|
SOUTHERN NEVADA CONSERVANCY CREATES OPPORTUNITIES TO DISCOVER, UNDERSTAND, AND ENJOY YOUR PUBLIC LANDS.
Southern Nevada Conservancy, a 501c3 nonprofit organization based in Las Vegas, NV, carries out this mission at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area under a formal agreement with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Founded in 1988 as Red Rock Canyon Interpretive Association, Southern Nevada Conservancy’s many programs and services have helped visitors gain deeper understanding and appreciation of Red Rock Canyon’s cultural and natural resources for almost 30 years.
GPS Coordinates: 36 degrees 8 minutes North and 115 degrees 25 minutes West
GPS Coordinates: UTM 11 S 0653467 / 4002192
Visitor Center altitude is 3,720 feet
Highest auto turnout on Scenic Drive is 4,771 feet
Daily Car Fee - $7
Daily Motorcycle Fee - $3
Daily Bicycle Fee - $3
Daily Pedestrian Fee - $3
Scenic Drive Annual Support Pass - $30.
America The Beautiful ($80, good for 1 year), America The Beautiful Senior Pass (ages 62+, one time fee of $80, good for life), and America The Beautiful Access Pass (free to permanently disabled US citizens) can also be acquired during your visit and/or used to gain free entry into Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
This page is managed by Southern Nevada Conservancy, the cooperating partner to the Bureau of Land Management, managing fee collection, interpretive programs, community outreach, and retail services for the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
The Red Rock Canyon NCA is home to "Elements" gift and book shop located inside the Visitor Center. All proceeds from sales support educational programming in the canyon and surrounding community. Products are continuously added, but typically one can find Red Rock inspired clothing, pottery, jewelry, books, stuffed animals, puppets, activity kits, magnets, postcards, kitchen seasonings and kits, and more.
Elements is open from 8am-4:30pm daily. In the event that Visitor Center is closed, Elements Gift Shop will also be closed.
For more product information or questions, please call Elements at (702) 515-5379.