Just in time for its busiest camping season, Red Rock Canyon Campground is reopened, after a seasonal closure in May.
Cooler fall and winter months make the destination, inside the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area on state Route 159, a popular stop for recreationists, the Bureau of Land Management said Friday.
Rock climbers frequent the campground during the busy season, the release said. It’s a short drive from “one of the finest rock climbing areas in the world,” as described on the BLM’s website.
For $15 per night, visitors can camp at one of the 71 individual campsites. There are seven group campsites, which cost $40 per night.
Campfires and charcoal barbecues are prohibited by the BLM through early October, when fire restrictions are expected to be lifted.
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