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Online reservation system coming to Nevada State Parks in September

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In response to increased demand, Nevada State Parks have developed an online tool that will make it easier for visitors to explore Nevada.

This September, Nevada State Parks will launch Reserve Nevada, a new online reservation system that will allow visitors to buy day-use passes, book campsites and cabins, purchase annual permits and make special event reservations online.

Once implemented, visitors can plan their Nevada State Park adventures in advance.

“Last year, nearly four million visitors explored Nevada’s 27 beautiful state parks. With outdoor recreation on the rise, our new online reservation system will make it easier than ever to discover the beauty of Nevada.” said Bob Mergell, Nevada State Parks administrator. “Nevada’s goal is to manage park operations and protect natural resources more efficiently through Reserve Nevada, and we expect our visitors and staff will appreciate the convenience of an online experience.”

Reserve Nevada will go live on September 1, 2023. The first park to take reservations will be Valley of Fire State Park in southern Nevada, followed by Big Bend of the Colorado State Recreation Area near Laughlin and Washoe Lake State Park near Reno in October.

The rest of the reservable sites will be online by the end of the year.

For now, other popular day-use parks, such as Sand Harbor State Park, will not offer reservations.

The reservation system will follow an 11 month rolling window, with sites opening up for reservations at 8:00 a.m. PST. Online camping reservations must be made at least three days in advance but reservations are not required to stay at a Nevada State Park. Visitors are welcome to stay at unreserved sites son a first-come first-serve basis.

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