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Valley of Fire Camping
There are two single-site campgrounds at the Valley of Fire State Park, Atlal Rock Campground (this article has detailed information specifically about each campsite), and Arch Rock Campground, for a combined total of 72 camping sites.
There is also an area for group camping behind the Beehives with 3 group campsites by reservation only.
You will need to bring what you need for camping as the amenities offered at the Valley of Fire Visitors Center are limited. The closest place to buy supplies will be within the town of Overton such as Lin’s Grocery, which I highly recommend getting an ice cream cone from the deli (they are weighed to determine the price!).
Valley of Fire Campground Details
All campsites are first-come-first-served. (The exception are the group camping site, which requires a reservation)
Most campsites are equipped with shaded tables, grills, water, and restrooms (flush toilets at Atlatl Rock and pit toilets at Arch Rock Campgrounds).
RV sites with power and water hookups are available at Atlatl Rock Campground for an additional fee of $10 per night.
A dump station and showers are available.
A camping limit of 14 days within a 30-day period is enforced.
A maximum of 2 cars, 2 tents, and 8 people per campsite for those using Atlatl Rock and Arch Rock Campgrounds.
There are three group areas, each accommodating up to 45 people, though parking is limited. These sites are available for overnight camping and picnicking by reservation only. Call the park for reservations.
Valley of Fire Camping Fees
Day use entrance fee: $10.00 per vehicle (click here to read about the Valley of Fire entrance fees)
Camping at Atlatl Rock or Arch Rock Campground: $20.00 per night
Water and Electric hookups: + $10.00 for sites at Atlatl Rock Campground, which are #23 – #44
Group Campground is a $25 reservation fee per night
Group Campground is $20 per car in addition to the reservation fee for each night
Active military is free
Valley of Fire Group Campground
Located behind the Beehives, there are three group sites which have limited parking, large sheltered picnic area, running water, and pit toilets.
Each group campsite will accommodate up to 45 people.
Unlike the other two campgrounds which are first come first served, these sites are available for overnight camping and picnicking by reservation only.
Click here to read more about group camping at the Valley of Fire.
Atlatl Rock Campground
There are 44 campsites at the Atlatl Rock Campground available on a first-come-first-served basis. Of the 44 campsites, 21 of the campsites have water and electric hook-ups for an additional charge of $10 per night.
Click here to read more about Atlatl Rock Campground.
Also, at the back of the Atlatl campground, there are three tent-only sites which are #20, #21, and #22.
Each campsite includes a picnic table, fire ring, bathrooms, showers, and drinking water… oh, and spectacular views. Some of the campsites offer partial RV hookups.
The Atlatl Rock campground is the only campground at the Valley of Fire that has offers all campers in the park restrooms with flush toilets, running water, and showers.
View details on each campsite at Atlatl Rock Campground Sites Overview (if campsites are missing, we are working to obtain details when the sites are not occupied by campers).
Arch Rock Campground
Located within the Valley of Fire State Park, Arch Rock Campground has 29 campsites for tents and trailers.
Click here to read more about the Arch Rock Campground.
Note, during the low camping season at the Valley of Fire, this campground may be closed as it is normally open between September and May during the busier month but if the Atlatl Rock Campground fills up, the park may open as an overflow camping.
The campground is first-come-first-serve and you can stay up to 14 consecutive days.
The campsites at Arch Rock include drinking water, flush toilets, showers, and an RV dump station.
Most of the campsites have a shaded table, fire ring, and grate.