Driving on the Burner Byway towards Soldier Meadows

Nevada Travel Advisories

They say the only thing that’s truly constant is change. That’s true when it comes to planning your Nevada adventures, too. Get the lowdown on issues that may impact your travel plans, so you can come out and play it safe.

For tips on etiquette, stewardship, and staying safe while exploring Nevada’s backcountry, visit our Recreate Responsibly page.

Nevada Travel Alerts

If we know of long-term access issues or closures that may affect your future visit, we’ll post them here — along with links to the best resources for information and real-time updates regarding short-term situations, weather/environmental incidents, and other temporary travel impediments.

Long-Term Travel Alerts

  • In the summer of 2022, Death Valley National Park experienced extreme, record rainfall and flooding (read about the “DEVA Deluge” here), which resulted in multiple road closures and ongoing changes to park access. For the most current park conditions and updates, click here.
  • In October of 2021, lake access at Cave Lake State Park temporarily closed to the public for construction to restore Cave Creek Dam. The lake was completely drained. While the campground is open, access to the lake will remain closed due to unsafe shoreline conditions and other safety concerns until the project is complete. Check here for updates.
  • Due to more than 20 years of drought, Lake Mead’s water levels are at a historic low—a situation that affects boaters, beachgoers, and other recreation seekers. Monitor current Lake Mead site and boat ramp closures, safety alerts, and water levels here.
  • Many South Lake Tahoe destinations remain impacted by the 2021 Caldor Fire. Visitors recreating within all wilderness and recreation areas surrounding South Lake Tahoe should remain vigilant and aware of weather conditions by checking with local authorities before heading into the backcountry, and always obtain the necessary permits related to their activity.
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Ideas for Travel #59: Don’t forget to stop in Caliente, NV.
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When #mountainbike road-tripping between Las Vegas and Hurricane, Utah, stop in Caliente. Trust me, the riding is worth it.
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Planning trips in late Feb/early March are tricky. We had to adjust plans a few times due to weather and permits. Landed on a 12 mile paddle through the Black Canyon, down the Colorado River...making stops along the way to explore and soak in 4 different hot springs, then camped on the beach with an impressive fire, post an under the stars soak adventure. Not sure how I’m going to go back to a life that doesn’t include a daily nature soak 🤷🏻‍♀️ becky.schreiber wins the trip saver award for coming up with plan F that was an A+ adventure and thankful for kkurc for doing all the hard work of steering the canoe 🛶
#fbf for this postcard-worthy day at redrockcanyonlv. This was just after I sliced my ankle to pieces on the cog and FaceTimed nurse_catchit instead of going to the doctor. #oops I now have a gnarly scar to always remember this trip by. There’s never a bad day in this park, and I’ll be back in September. Hopefully with less injuries and a few climbing ropes this time. (Cough cough benjisaurus.) #redrockcanyon #vegasbaby #outdoorvegas #ventureready #nevada #adventure #cycling
Whose ready for some of this? Have we got a video for you and your crew for this summers #nvroadtrip. Click on the link in our profile. The ultimate #nevada HWY 50 #mtb road trip with mark_weir_mtb yhauswald angry_singlespeeder tealstetsonlee sarah_sturmy johnprolly theradavist and _james_adamson_  #mountainbike #singletrack #awesome #howtonevada #mountaintown #bikes #trails #ridecarsoncity #rideelynv #ridecaliente travelnevada milesendlodgebnb ponyexpressnevada tambatahoe musclepowered carsonvalleytrailsassociation sierratrails imba_us
#67: Valley of Fire State Park, NV
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We took a “rest day” exploring the colorful, petroglyph-covered rock formations of Valley of Fire. Starting to get seriously obsessed with the red and green hues out here!
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Hello Reno! carrasykes and I are on our first road trip with baby Walt! I'm so excited to have partnered with travelnevada again to explore the free range art highway! Follow us along this psychedelic, open-air odyssey across the Silver State where we will encounter awesome art, wide-open roads, and everything in between. 

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Oh Nelson....I will definitely see you soon.....there is so much more to explore! I love this place!! 😍✌
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The oldest living organisms on Earth lying patiently in the shadow of Wheeler Peak and the glacier. These freakin trees are older than Jesus guys. Also the trail through this forest was full of so many loose rocks I swear I nearly twisted my ankles a dozen times. Be safe out in the middle of nowhere guys. I also love this first photo because you can see the Great Basin desert stretch off into the distance at roughly ~6,000ft less elevation in a dozen miles. 
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