Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon
Red Rock Canyon Walking Tour with Limousine
Book your incredible, private, and unforgettable Red Rock Canyon tour today with Scenic Las Vegas Tours! Have a good time on your roughly 30-minute drive in an awesome limousine coach from your hotel to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Your driver/guide will pick you up from your Las Vegas hotel at 8:00 AM, and you will have the chance to soak in the city views along the way. Upon arrival to Red Rock, you can walk, sightsee, and take photos in a beautiful area of the park. You will be in the area for at least 2 hours.
We will provide water for you, but you are also more than welcome to bring additional beverages (including alcohol) and snacks. You will definitely want to bring a camera and/or a phone to take your own pictures of this exquisite location.
There are restrooms in the park.
At the conclusion of your excursion, your driver/guide will return you to your Las Vegas hotels.
Please remember to take only memories and photos from this pretty place and leave nothing behind!
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area Private Tour
- 2 hours in Red Rock Canyon
- Bottled water provided in limousine; you are more than welcome to BYOB and/or snacks (no eating in the limousine, please)
- Your choice to walk, hike, or sightsee
- Limousine pickup from your Las Vegas hotel at 8:00 AM
- Allow about 3.5 hours from pickup from your hotel to drop off at your hotel
- Entrance fees included in the price
- Courtesy limousine transportation to and from Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for a MAX of 10 persons
Items not included
- Beverages other than bottled water
Red Rock Canyon is a designated National Conservation Area and is managed by the Bureau of Land Management. It is located about 15 miles from the fabulous Las Vegas Strip. It is made up of sheer, red, sandstone peaks, and limestone. Tracks from small dinosaurs have been found in three different areas in the park.
The Red Rock Canyon area was first recognized as a landmark in 1936 and then set aside as a national conservation area in the 1990s. The park consists of more than 195,000 acres in the Mojave Desert, about 30 minutes west of the famous Las Vegas Strip. The park has hiking trails, climbing routes, and a Visitor Center. Millions of tourists and locals delight in a visit to the lovely area each year.
Red Rock has abundant wildlife, including bighorn sheep, tortoises, lizards, snakes, coyote, kit fox, gray fox, wild horses, and wild burros. There are also various species of birds and a variety of cacti and other desert plants, including the very unique Joshua tree.