The Iconic Fire State Park Signboard in All Its Glory
Located at the entrance of Fire State Park in big bold letters is the iconic signboard that reads "Valley of Fire State Park". While most of the area is arid, one can spot a few clumps of burro bush, creosote bush and brittlebush sprouting up along the stretches of red sandy soil, which abut the main highway leading to the park. The signboard brings relief to scores of first time visitors and travelers who pass the area on their way to one of Nevada's largest and most scenically beautiful national parks. After crossing the signboard, the entire scenery begins to evolve and change with every furlong. Spectacular geological formations that seem to rise and fall greet the eyes along with some of the most ancient trees that are believed to have been in existence since the time of the pharaohs. The area offers a spellbinding sight with its red Martian landscape and promises a rich animal and plant diversity. After a long and arduous journey from the city, the ideal thing for visitors to do is to make a quick pit stop and click photographs with the signboard in the backdrop. This vinyl fridge magnet depicts a panoramic image of the Fire State Park signboard with the backdrop of the red mountainous formations and is the ideal souvenir to help you rekindle a memorable time spent in the region.
Rules and Regulations for Visitors Arriving At Fire State Park
Due to its famed historical lineage, all visitors arriving at Fire State Park are required to observe certain rules and regulations, in order to ensure the preservation and longevity of the park. Vehicles are allowed on designated routes of travel only and are strictly prohibited on trails. Similarly, camping and fires are only permitted in designated camping and grilling areas. All plant and animal species are protected by state law and hence causing disturbance to them is a prosecutable offence.