|Facilities: Floyd Lamb State Park provides picnic areas with tables and grills, restrooms, and group areas.Picnicking Tables and grills are located throughout the park; some covered cluster sites are available for small groups. All are on a first come, first serve basis. Groups of 25 or more require advanced reservations for use of the group use area.Group Use Areas Two group use areas are available by reservation. Reservations must be made well in advance. Please call or write to the park for reservation information.|
Best Time To Visit: Floyd Lamb State Park is open year round.
Fees: An entrance fee is required at all times. If the fee station in unmanned, fee payment is required via a self-service fee envelop for payment. Fee compliance is checked and citations are issued for non-payment.
Rules: Only licensed drivers with licensed vehicles are allowed to operate in the park and must stay on established roadways. Vehicles are not allowed on trails. ATC's, dirt bikes, and other unregistered vehicles are strictly prohibited. Driving on lawns, paths, or in closed areas is cause for a trespassing citation.Firearms are permitted at the gun club only. Hunting is strictly prohibited in the park.Swimming or boating is not allowed in any of the lakes.Removing, disturbing, or damaging historic structure, artifacts, rocks, plant life, fossils, or other features is prohibited. Please leave any artifacts you may find undisturbed. State and Federal laws protect this area and will be applied.Keep all pets on a leash not longer than six feet; otherwise pets must be removed from the park.Please don't litter. Trash cans are provided throughout the park for your convenience.
Directions: Floyd Lamb State Park is located ten miles north of Las Vegas, via Hwy 95 to Durango and then Tule Springs Road.
Map: Click here for a map to Floyd Lamb State Park
Reservations: Reservations are not needed or accepted for Floyd Lamb State Park.