Covid 19 UPDATE for Weddings with Adventure Weddings Las Vegas
First and Foremost, we want all our couples and families to be safe. Adventure Weddings Las Vegas is allowing all our brides and grooms to move all deposits with no penalties out 12 months. These new dates are subject to being available at the locations of your choosing. We will do all that we can do make the date, time, and location available for you.
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From Red Rock Canyon
UPDATE 5/27/20: The Bureau of Land Management will increase recreation access at Red Rock Canyon.
With the lifting of public health and safety restrictions enacted by Nevada officials, the Bureau of Land Management today announced that it is increasing recreational access at Red Rock National Conservation Area. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is working servicewide with federal, state, and local public health authorities to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and using a phased approach to increase access on a case-by-case basis.
Beginning June 1, 2020, the BLM Southern Nevada District will reopen access to:
• Red Rock Canyon Scenic Drive
• Red Rock Overlook
• Late Night Trailhead
• Red Spring Boardwalk
• Calico Basin and Kraft Mountain Trailheads
During this phase, the Scenic Drive will be open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Late exit and overnight permits will not be issued until further notice. Parking is only permitted in parking lots and not along the Scenic Drive. When the parking lots are full and the area hits capacity, the gates will be temporarily closed until the area drops below capacity.
The Red Rock Campground will remain closed, as it closes annually between Memorial Day and Labor Day weekend.
With public health in mind, the following facilities/areas remain closed at this time:
Please read all Covid 19 Closure Information from their site. https://www.redrockcanyonlv.org/covid-19-closure-information/
From Valley of Fire
Nevada State Parks COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions
What is Nevada State Parks doing to protect visitors and staff during the COVID-19 health crisis?
Nevada State Parks is actively following the Governor’s direction as well as CDC guidelines regarding public safety during outdoor recreation activities. We are working to keep our parks open, while protecting the health and safety of our visitors and staff and ask that visitors practice “responsible recreation” while visiting a state park.
Please read all Covid 19 Information from their site. http://parks.nv.gov/about/public-notices
The CDC also recommends the following precautions:
Avoid close contact with sick people
Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
Wash your hands with soap and water when possible for at least 20 seconds
Bring soap and hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol
Limit contact with others while exploring the great outdoors