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In response to Red Rock Canyon's restriction on weddings within the loop, we established Valley of Fire Weddings in 2000. Your wedding takes place directly within Valley of Fire State Park, allowing you to celebrate your wedding surrounded by the stunning beauty of the red rocks. You will have photos while on and by the red rocks.

Nestled within the heart of nature's grandeur, Valley of Fire State Park offers a truly enchanting setting for your wedding day. With its vibrant red sandstone formations, striking landscapes, and ancient petroglyphs, this unique state park in Nevada provides a captivating backdrop for couples seeking a one-of-a-kind ceremony. Imagine exchanging your vows surrounded by the dramatic colors of the Aztec sandstone, enhanced by the warm glow of the sun casting its rays on the rugged terrain. The park's diverse geological features, including towering rock formations and sculpted arches, create a surreal and romantic atmosphere for your celebration. As you embark on this unforgettable journey together, the Valley of Fire State Park becomes not just a wedding venue but a canvas for crafting lasting memories. With its peaceful tranquility and awe-inspiring scenery, Valley of Fire State Park promises an extraordinary and magical beginning to your lifelong adventure.

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Las Vegas Outdoor Wedding

Las Vegas Outdoor Wedding

Las Vegas Wedding on Red Rocks

Las Vegas Wedding on Red Rocks

History of Red Rock Canyon Park

National Conservation Area Designated

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area (NCA) is located near Las Vegas, Nevada. It was designated as a National Conservation Area in 1990 with the passage of the United States Congress' "Clark County Conservation of Public Land and Natural Resources Act of 2002."

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Land Exchange and Boundary Adjustment - Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Protection and Enhancement Act of 2002.

(Sec. 104) Directs the appropriate Secretary to convey to the Howard Hughes Corporation, Nevada, specified land and to Clark County, Nevada, certain other land if the Corporation agrees to convey specified holdings to the United States. Requires Clark County to hold the land it acquires in perpetuity for use only as a public park or as part of a public regional trail system. States that the values of the exchanged lands shall be equal.

(Sec. 105) Requires the Secretary to administer the lands acquired by the Federal Government as part of the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, in accordance with the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Establishment Act of 1990, the Southern Nevada Public Lands Management Act of 1998, and other applicable laws.

(Sec. 106) Subjects the lands being exchanged to valid existing rights. Directs the Secretary to withdraw, subject to such rights, the land acquired by the Federal Government and of certain other land from operation of the public land and mining laws.

Geological Formation

Red Rock Canyon showcases breathtaking red sandstone formations that were created over 65 million years ago during the Paleozoic Era. The distinct red color is due to iron oxide (rust) in the sandstone.

Native American Presence

The area around Red Rock Canyon has a rich history of Native American presence. The Southern Paiute tribe, in particular, utilized the region for hunting, gathering, and cultural ceremonies.

Early Explorers

In the 19th century, European-American explorers and settlers ventured into the Red Rock Canyon area. These early pioneers were drawn to the unique geological features and the potential for natural resources.

Conservation Efforts

Recognizing the significance of Red Rock Canyon, it was designated as a National Conservation Area in 1990. This designation aimed to preserve the area's geological, cultural, and recreational resources for future generations.

Recreational Opportunities

Today, Red Rock Canyon is not only a protected natural wonder but also a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors can enjoy hiking, rock climbing, scenic drives, and educational programs.

Las Vegas Outdoor Wedding

Las Vegas Wedding on Red Rocks