Here at Las Vegas Harley-Davidson , we think it’s absolutely imperative that we open the eyes of all our customers to the miles upon miles of what can only be called a motorcyclists’ playground that surround the chaos and commotion of the Las Vegas strip.
So you don’t miss a single mile of Nevada’s beauty on your next trip to Vegas!
Don’t have your motorcycle with you? Don’t worry!
Las Vegas Harley-Davidson has you covered! You can stop by our dealership and rent a bike from us! Visit the Las Vegas Harley-Davidson website to learn more about our rental program.
One of the best places in Vegas to get your two-wheel fix is Red Rock Canyon.
Red Rock Canyon – Red Rock Canyon is less than an hour’s drive west of Las Vegas. 13-mile loop drive offers sightseeing, vistas and overlooks. If your time is limited, stop at either of the Calico Vista points. Both offer good vantage points for photographs of crossed-bedded Aztec sandstone.
Scenery along to the route: Desert, Historic Sites, Mountains
Start: Las Vegas Harley-Davidson to Red Rock Canyon
2605 S Eastern Ave, Las Vegas, NV, 89169
End: Scenic Dr, Las Vegas, NV, 89124
Drive time: 30.6 mi
(about 51 mins)
Head north on S Eastern Ave toward E Sahara Ave
Turn left onto E Sahara Ave
Merge onto I-15 N via the ramp to Salt Lake City
Take exit 42A to merge onto US-95 N toward Reno
Take exit 81A to merge onto Summerlin Pkwy W
Slight right to merge onto Bruce Woodbury Beltway S/Clark County 215 S
Take exit 26 for Charleston Blvd/
Turn right onto NV-159 W/Charleston Blvd
Continue to follow NV-159 W
Take the 1st right onto Scenic Loop Dr
Destination will be on the right
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
HCR 33, Box 5500
Las Vegas, NV 89161
Hours of Operation:
The scenic loop is open every day of the year with times changing slightly according to the season:
-November – February: 6 A.M. to 5 P.M.
-March: 6 A.M. to 7 P.M.
-April – September: 6 A.M. – 8 P.M.
-October: 6 A.M. – 7 P.M.
Visitor Center and Gift Store -
The Visitor Center is open every day with operating hours of 8 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.
$7 per car, $5 for commercial vehicles (tour buses and limousines, for example), $3 for motorcyclist and tour bus riders, free for bicyclist and hikers who park at the loop entrance; an annual pass is available for $30.
Cash or check (out-of-state checks are accepted).
What you’ll need:
Water, sunscreen, a hat, sturdy shoes. Be sure to have a full tank of gas before traveling to Red Rock Canyon.