The Valley of Fire State of arc (“Valley of Fire”) is a park in the state of Nevada in the western United States, not far from Las Vegas and Lake Mead. Located in the desert, it owes its name to the color Flaming some sandstone rocks. Opened in 1935, the park is the oldest and largest of Nevada1. It is part of the Mojave Desert.
Visiting the park offers a journey through geological and historical time (the presence of petrified old years.1 225 million trees). Tourists can also camp, hike, photograph. An information center for visitors to provide information on geological formations, flora and fauna of the region. The park receives about 250,000 visitors each year.