Nevada's State Parks, Monuments and Other Lands
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State lands in Nevada include 14 state parks and recreation areas that offer unique and rewarding opportunities for residents and visitors. You can visit an old Army fort that dates back to the 1860s; marvel at the fossil of the giant ichthyosaur, a marine reptile that lived 250 million years ago; visit beehive-shaped charcoal ovens; or view spectacular red sandstone formations.
Other state lands include recreation areas, wildlife areas managed by the Nevada Division of Wildlife, and state trust lands. State wildlife areas provide hunting opportunities for big game and waterfowl during season, but they are also important habitat for many species and provide wintering grounds or stopover places for migrating birds.
Explore Nevada`s state lands by highlighting a site above, then click on the "Select" button. Or click on the text links at the top of the page to select sites from a detailed map. State lands are divided into two groups: Parks and Recreation Areas and Wildlife/Waterfowl Areas.