Did you know that Nevada has 28 state parks, state historic sites, and state recreation areas?!
All throughout the state, you can step back in time by taking a trip to one of these amazing parks.
From up north at Wild Horse Recreation Area, down to the southern tip at Big Bend of the Colorado Recreation Area, no two parks will be alike.
If you are a history buff, you may enjoy the Ward Charcoal Ovens State Historic Park, or the Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park, home to the largest known remains of the Ichthyosaurs.
If you are boater, big or small, there is Rye Patch Recreation Area, Sand Harbor Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park, Washoe Lake State Park, and others.
|Rye Patch Recreation Area|
No matter what park you choose or the form of recreation, every park will bring you amazing views of all that Nevada has to offer.
Enjoy some of my photos from Valley of Fire State Park below.
Remember to Leave No Trace and enjoy the journey!