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Logandale Trails

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Alt Names

Overton Trails, Valley Of Fire, North Muddy Mountains, Moapa Valley OHV Park

Last Known StatusOpen

Is it the hottest place on earth? Actually no, that's nearby Death Valley, but you get the point! This trail system sits on the scenic eastern boundary of the Valley of Fire about 45 miles northeast of Las Vegas. The riding area consists of one main easy loop and a handful of sandy side trails that wind through a chain of rock formations.

A massive amount of effort went into acquiring and managing these trails and you can read all about it at the main trailhead. If you pay attention you'll see some tarantulas, and maybe some desert big horn sheep or other desert wildlife, but perhaps most interesting thing to see are the petroglyphs. These primitive drawings can be found on the rock formations at few locations.

Overall, this is a fun place to camp, and a decent place to ride for beginners and tourists, with nothing too challenging on the main loop. (If you are going to play around in some of the brushy areas with deep sand and blind corners we recommend a whip flag.)

If you are adventurous you can ride the ridgetop trails or ride from your campsite all the way into the town of Overton for supplies. Large ATV tour groups run through this area daily. ATV Tours Info...

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Nearest CityLogandale, NV
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From: Las Vegas, NV
1) Take I-15 North from Las Vegas approx 45 miles
2) Take Exit 93 (Overton/Logandale exit) to 169
3) Turn right (west) on Liston Ave (look for Chinese restaurant on right)
4) Turn right at the stop sign
5) Stay to the right until dirt road forces you across the tracks (to Pioneer Road)
6) Stay on this road as it winds up the canyon (2WD ok)
7) First staging area is about 1.5 miles in (trailhead) and has bathrooms, additional staging and camping ahead.


AreaTrail, mix of sandy trails, small dunes & washes, gravel roads & trails


Prosexcellent scenery, petrglyphs, cool play areas, cool rock fornmations, big sandy berms, fun place to camp
Consnot enough trails, not enough singletrack, not enough challenging terrain, big tarantulas
Our RatingRatingVery Good    
Recommended Stay1-2 Days
good for a weekend visit - not enough trails
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Approx Size45,000 acres (70 sq mi)
Miles Of Trail200
Climate TypeDesert
Elevation1100 to 2000 ft.
Trail MaintenanceNot Marked, Not Rated, Not Maintained
Loose DirtThis trail has little loose dirt.Little
Hard PackThe trail has some hard pack terrain.Some
SandThis trail has mostly sandy areas.Mostly
MudThe trail has no mud after it rains.None
DustThe trail has some dust on typical days.Some
RocksThis trail has some rocks.Some
TreesThe trail has few trees.Few
Steep HillsThis trail has few steep hills.Few
Water CrossingsThe trail has no water crossings.None
Small JumpsThis trail has few small jumps.Few
Large JumpsThis trail has few large jumps.Few
BermsThe trail has some berms.Some
Sand/Gravel PitsThis BLM land has many sand or gravel pits.Manymany sand pits/washes/play areas
Single TrackThis BLM land has few single track trails.Few
RoadsThis BLM land has few roads.Few
IntersectionsThis trail has few intersections.Few
Rider TrafficThe BLM land has some rider traffic on typical days.Some
ShadeThis BLM land has few shaded areas.Few
Ranges/GunfireThis BLM land has no shooting ranges or gunfire.None
HazardsThis trail has few hazards.Few(hazards not marked)
Easy Terrain NoviceThis trail has mostly beginner terrain.Mostly
Moderate Terrain AmateurThis trail has some intermediate level terrain.Some
Difficult Terrain ExpertThis trail has little expert terrain.Little
Commentmostly sandy trails & gravel roads/trails with a few dirtmounds, play areas, and some cool rock face sections (100%rock)


Permit RequiredYesNVOHV sticker required
Dates OpenYear-Round
Spark ArrestorYesA spark arresting silencer or end cap is required for all vehicles.
Noise LimitYes (96 dB)
Whip FlagsNot RequiredSafety Flags Recommended
(tall brush areas)
Maximum Vehicle WidthNo Restriction
Allow Dirt Bikes, Trail Bikes and Motorcycles MotorcyclesPermitted
Allow All Terrain Vehicles / Quads / Four Wheelers ATVsPermitted
Allow Utility Terrain Vehicles, Side by Sides (SXS), RZR UTVs / SXSPermitted
Allow 4x4 Jeeps, SUVs and 4 x 4 Trucks with License Plates SUVs / Jeeps (registered)Permittedpopular jeep rock hopping routes
Dune Buggy/Sand Rail
4x4 (unregistered)
Two Strokes /
2 Cycle Engines
No Restriction
Helmets RequiredYes
BicyclesNo RestrictionNot Recommended
very sandy in many parts, if not sand than rocky/gravel
HikingNo Restriction
HorsebackNo Restriction
Camping / Overnight RV Parking CampingNo Restriction(camp anywhere)
Campfire Restrictions CampfiresNo Restriction
Night RidingUnknown
Cross CountryProhibitedkeep on the trail
AlcoholNo Restriction
FireworksProhibitedNV state law
FirearmsSome Areasnot recomended
Emergency / Law EnforcementFew/PeriodicJeep/SUV Patrol
Insurance*Disclaimer: RiderPlanet strongly recommends that all visitors get insurance for their ATV, UTV or motorcycle before visiting any of the locations shown on this website.




First Aid First Aid30+ Miles (NE)Mesa View Regional Hospital (702) 346-8040
Gasoline Gasoline1-5 Miles (E)Wallys Gas & Food/Chevron (702) 398-3400
Diesel Diesel1-5 Miles (E)Wallys Gas & Food/Chevron (702) 398-3400
Potable Water Water30+ Miles (SW)Valley of Fire State Park Campground (702) 397-2088
RV Hookups RV Hookup30+ Miles (SW)Valley of Fire State Park Campground (702) 397-2088
RV Dump Station RV Disposal30+ Miles (SW)Valley of Fire State Park Campground (702) 397-2088
Primitive Camping CampgroundOn Siteprimitive sites scattered throughout
Convenience Store Conv Store1-5 Miles (E)Wallys Gas & Food/Chevron (702) 398-3400
Swimming Swim Area30+ Miles (SW)Boulder Beach (702) 293-8990
Body of Water Water Body5-20 Miles (SE)Lake Mead (702) 293-8990 or (702) 293-8906
Boating Launch Boat Ramp30+ Miles (SW)Echo Bay Boat Ramp (702) 293-8990


Contact InfoBLM - Southern Nevada District Office
4701 North Torrey Pines Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89130
(702) 515-5000


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Logandale Trails

The trails wind through these interesting rock formations with sparse desert vegetation. There are numerous inviting camping spots (designated) surrounded by the red rock walls and green shrubs.

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Scenic views of the Valley of Fire State Park near Las Vegas, Nevada.

You really can't beat the scenery if you are out for an easy ride and camp. It is the perfect place to take a first time rider and get them hooked!

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Suzuki RM 100 on the trail.

There are a couple of cool points where the trail itself is solid rock, but nothing too difficult or steep on the main loop. The main loop is commonly used for tours.

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Suzuki RM 100 on twisty sandy trail.

This is the cut through trail that shortens the main outer loop. It has some good sandy turns and great views.

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Suzuki RM 100 going over a rocky section of trail.

A solid rock step down on the cut through trail makes for a fun challenge for beginners to conquer. As long as you stick to the main trail there is nothing dangerous or scary.


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Jeep with with a spare tire on the back parked on top of large rock boulder.

This jeep was doing some rock climbing on one of the play areas.

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Petroglyph drawings on rocks.

Here is a view of some of the more prevalant petroglyphs.  The GPS location of these are labeled on our map.


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Suzuki RM 250 and RM 100 parked off side of trail.

Taking a short break to check out the petroglyphs. Unfortunately no kickstands on the RM two-strokes.

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RM-100 going over sandy section of trail.

The side trails have some pretty deep sand. Winding sand trails like this are a lot of fun but you will wish there was more of it.

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Open sandy play area with trails.

This is one of the larger main open sand areas.

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Primitive campsite with picnic table near sandy trails.

This is a view from the access road on the way in.

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Man on Suzuki RM 250 doing a wheelie on gravel road.

The outer loop is basically just a gravel road in parts and can get a little boring.

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Scenic views from the trail.

Great views from the main loop. If you know the way, you can ride all the way into Overton.

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Man with Suzuki RM-250 in front of petroglyphs.

Hanging out at the petroglyphs.

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OHV at Logandale Trails

Another shot from the main sand play area.

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