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Nevada State and National Parks

Nevada State Parks
Nevada has two national parks Great Basin National Park, Lake Mead National Recreation Area and shares a third park with California, Death Valley National Park.The state of Nevada has 25 State Parks that offer day use and camping opportunities. Many have free admission or only charge a small entrance fee. Nevada parks make great day trips and affordable camping destinations.
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Mount Charleston
Ward Charcoal Ovens Nevada
Mount Charleston Camping, hiking summer, skiing and snow boarding.
Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park 18 miles south of Ely, Nevada.
Fort Churchill Nevada
Valley of Fire Nevada State Park
Fort Churchill Nevada State Historic Park built in 1961. Visitor center and the ruins of the fort.
Valley of Fire State Park take a trip to a different world one hoursdrive from Vegas
Cave Lake Nevada State Park
Spring Mountain Ranch State Park
Tonopah Mining Park
Virginia City Nevada
Cave Lake State Park remote Northern Nevada Fishing and camping.
Spring Mountain Ranch State Park oasis was once owned by Howard Hughes
Tonopah Mining Park historic buildings and mining equipment.
Virginia City Nevada the nation's largest Historic Landmark.
Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park
Red Rock Canyon
Mormon Station Nevada
Belmont Ghost Town
Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park nestled at 7,000 feet in scenic central Nevada.
Red Rock Canyon thirty minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip.
Mormon Station replica of the original trading post and fort.
Belmont Ghost Town an 1870s silver mining boomtown.
Sand Mountain
Cathedral Gorge State Park
Virginia City Nevada
Lake Mead Recreation Area
Sand Mountain off road recreation area covers about 5,000 acres of high desert fun
Cathedral Gorge State Park Trails abound for exploring here.
Virginia City Nevada the nation's largest Historic Landmark.
Lake Mead Recreation Area boating, fishing and hiking and camping
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