15 State Parks 1 State Fish Hatchery 3 State Wildlife Management Areas 1 State Fish Hatchery 1 National Park 7 National Forests 1 National Wildlife Area 11 National Wildlife Refuges 1 National Recreation Area
Disappointed - I was here back in 2005 before the flood damage and had,a chance to return in 2016 to find no Reservoir and everything being left go and overgrown. The only wildlife we saw was 3 snakes just a few feet onto a trail. This used to be a beautiful dam and great place to see birds.
Fishing Stillwater National Wildlife Ref - Its closed to fishing do to toxin, Why not open it to catch and release only. C.P.R. Catch, Photograph, and Release. Fishermen with a Nevada Fishing license, Should be able to fish waters that the Fish and wildlife Govern.
Should be ashamed of yourselves ! - You killed a 2 year old bear, because of the humans stupidity. It should have been tranquilized and moved from the area. We are in their natural habitat, they arent in ours...You are killers in my estimation .....
A Relaxing and Beautiful Area - I stayed here over the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed the park and camp ground. I caught my first fish in too many years and spent two days roughing it in a tent. I highly recommend this camp ground to anyone who desires a moment in nature with a tent and a fishing rod. Both thumbs up Spring Valley State Park / Eagle Valley!! Thanks you for an awesome weekend... =)
Solitude; very quiet; lots of trout - My wife and I fished for trout in the stream and got our limit in 2 hours. Nobody else was there. Clean campgrounds but lack of fresh water was a disappointment. The trail to the hot spring was nice but the springs were too small to soak in and only lukewarm. Otherwise a nice getaway.
LOVE YOU CAVE LAKE - Our Family loves loves loves Cave Lake. The Rangers are friendly. The camp sites are immaculate. The bathrooms are clean. The fishing is never disappointing. This is a once a year must for my family.
Amazing Place To See - I have been to Valley of Fire many times and I love this park. Some of the best pictures I have ever taken have been in Valley of Fire. The contrast of the dark red rock and the light green and brown desert and blue sky is like nothing else I have ever seen or photographed. I have been to many parks in CA, NV, AZ, UT - Valley Fire is one of the best.
in the middle of now where, LOL - My wife and I camped in the area three years ago on our adventure to the east coast in our 95 chevy astro van. Our sleeping tent on wheels. It was early into our trip about two days out from los angeles. The camp was deserted but for a late arrival early leaver. We enjoyed the quite. But our siteseeing of the kilns was just amazing. Such craftsmanship. the rock was so well placed and the craftsmanship so superb. My wife and I were so pleased that we took the road to the camp. What great men lived in our past. I highly recomend to all that they should visit the Kilns if not camping. don and katy h.