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Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area
Description: Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area’s 48,438 acres provide peace and solitude for those who visit the unique scenic and geologic features and extraordinary cultural resources. Surroundings can vary from lowland dry lake beds to volcanic rock peaks reaching more than 5,000 feet.
Price Information: Access is free to the public.
Directions: Take I-15 south to exit 25 (Sloan exit).
Age Appropriate: Family Fun and Families invited
When: Open all year, access may be restircted during inclimite weather or for maintenance pruposes.
Take I-15 south to exit 25 (Sloan exit) and turn left at the stop sign.
Turn left onto Las Vegas Blvd. Travel north on Las Vegas Blvd about .1 mile.
Turn right on a dirt road heading east (this road is opposite the north bound freeway entrance for I-15. This road will follow the power line.)
Follow the power line road for approximately 4 miles. Just past power pole number 12084 look for a two-track road on the right. This road is signed “Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area”
Follow this road south for approximately 1 mile. The road will fork, keep to the right.
Road will dead end at the entrance to Petroglyph Canyon.
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Pages Updated On: 17-Oct-2017 - 02:00:03