The Nevada State Parks Passport is available at a state park near you!
Camping, fishing, hiking, swimming, nature study, star gazing — not your thing? How about mountain biking, horseback riding, boating, water skiing, snowshoeing, ice-skating? Choose your favorite outdoor activity and Nevada State Parks will provide a place for it. Nevada’s 23 state parks, recreation areas, and historic sites are stretched across terrains as diverse as alpine forests and bone-dry deserts. Among them are natural lakes and man-made reservoirs, such as world-famous, 22-mile-long Lake Tahoe or the much smaller Echo Canyon and its 35-acre reservoir. Read more below…
Eric Johnson | Administrator
OTHER IMPORTANT ISSUES/EVENTS:
7/24/15 - Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park - While the campground, Fossil Shelter and Mine Tours remain closed due to flooding, access to the park/ghost town is permitted and free of charge. Campground re-opening is anticipated to be Tuesday July, 28, however you are encouraged to check this site or call 775 684-2770 for the most current conditions.
6/24/15 - The State Forester/Firewarden will impose the following fire and travel restrictions for: Fort Churchill, Dayton, Washoe Lake, Lake Tahoe, Berlin Ichthyosaur State Parks and the Carson River Ranches, pursuant to NRS 472.0475 and 407.0475, becoming effective on June 26, 2015. Click here to view the Special Order
5/27/15 - North Canyon Creek Management Road at Spooner Lake will close for maintenance: Monday-Thursday, June 1 through July 12. Click here for details
5/1/15 - The State Forester/Firewarden will impose the following fire and travel restrictions for: Beaver Dam, Big Bend of the Colorado, Spring Mountain Ranch, and Valley of Fire State Parks, pursuant to NRS 472.0475 and 407.0475, becoming effective on May 15, 2015. Click here to view the Special Order
Public awareness about how to interact with coyotes. Go to http://www.dfg.ca.gov/keepmewild/coyote.html.