Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area in Las Vegas, Nev., will soon be open for camping, according to NBC 3. 

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) says the developed campground at the national conservation area reopens Friday (Aug. 30), after being closed for the summer.

The campground is about two miles east of the Visitor Center and features 53 campsites, 14 walk-to sites, six dry RV sites and seven group campsites.

The BLM says the campgrounds will be open until June next year, when they close for the summer once again.

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