LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area’s developed campground reopened Sept. 1, just in time for the beginning of its busiest camping season.
Cooler temperatures during the fall and winter months make Red Rock Canyon a destination for visitors from around the world.
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To limit the possible spread of COVID-19, the following precautions were in place as the campground reopened:
- Credit cards are the preferred payment for reservations. If cash must be received, hosts will ask for the actual amount. If a pass is used, visually verify pass ownership without physically exchanging ID or pass.
- Six of 12 restrooms will be closed
- Group campsites will be limited to 20 people
- No formal programming nor ranger talks will be conducted
Individual sites are $20 per site/night and are available by reservation here.
Group campsites are $60 per site/night and require reservations. Reservations for group campsites can be made by clicking here.
The campground is scheduled to remain open until June 1, 2021, and will then close for the low-usage summer season.