Whether you plan your own field trip or hope to schedule a ranger-led field trip, a few opportunities are available to educational groups visiting the park. Ranger-led field trips are limited.
Apply for an educational fee waiver for entrance into the park
Your group may qualify for an educational fee waiver for entrance into the park. You can submit the completed form to our fee management office at email@example.com or call 702- 293-8798 with quesitons.
Review safety guidelines when leading your own field trip to Lake Mead Alan Bible Visitor Center. Safety guidelines
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Guidelines for Schools and Groups Visiting the Alan Bible Visitor Center
Thank you for your interest in bringing your class to Lake Mead Alan Bible Visitor Center!
• Stay on the concrete pathway when walking around the cactus gardens. There are no ropes or barriers around the cactus. One type of cactus, the teddybear cholla, can attach itself to anyone who attempts to touch it. It has barbed tips that are very painful to remove from the skin.
Bathrooms and a water fountain are available. There is no picnic area on location. When visiting during warmer months, we recommend that students wear a hat and use sunblock and drink plenty of water while they are outside. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Lake Mead Alan Visitor Center at 702-293-8990.
Last updated: September 28, 2023