Nevada’s southeastern corner beckons outdoorsmen of all kind with more than 200 miles of trails in the Moapa Valley stretching across 45,000 acres of land. Mostly known for unbeatable off-roading opportunities, the Logandale Trails System is a great way to hit the dirt with any kind of OHV setup, while providing great access to some of southern Nevada’s best hiking, horseback riding and camping, too.. From sand riding, to rock climbing to meandering low desert rambles, the Logandale Trails offers up a trail for just about every riding experience out there.
While the Logandale Trails spans across some serious southeastern Nevada landscapes, the heart of this dynamic trails system can be best accessed in the Moapa Valley near the quiet community of Logandale—a quick hour northeast of Las Vegas. Made up of more than 200 miles of trails equipped to handle ATV riders, OHVs, 4×4 rigs, and everything in between, riding this impressive trail system is one of the best ways to get to know Moapa Valley and the history and wildlife within. Ride through ancient petroglyphs left by the region’s first peoples, along with tons of specialized wildlife and rare plants that thrive here—and in many cases are found nowhere else in the world.
Managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) one of the most loved stretches of the Logandale Trails runs through Valley of Fire State Park—Nevada’s oldest, and most visited Nevada State Park—offering a new way to get to know the colorful, red sandstone formations along the eastern edge of the park. No matter where or how you choose to access, the Logandale Trails System makes for an unforgettable afternoon of dirt road driving, sure to satisfy all skill levels.
Logandale Trails System, sometimes referred to as the Moapa Valley OHV Park by experienced locals in the area, is a quick 60 minutes northeast of Las Vegas on I-15. From I-15, take Nevada Highway 169 toward the Logandale/Overton area. Turn right on Liston Road. Follow the road to the right, and cross the railroad track. Follow the road into the Logandale Trails System and ride! For more information on planning your trip to the Logandale Trails, be sure to contact the BLM’s southern Nevada field office directly at (702) 515-5000.