Logandale Trails System
This trail system sits on the scenic eastern boundary of the Valley of Fire about 45 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
The area consists of one main loop and a handful of side trails that wind through a chain of interesting rock formations
A massive amount of effort went into acquiring and managing these trails, which you can read all about at the main trail head. If you pay attention you’ll see some tarantulas, maybe some desert big horn sheep or other desert wildlife, but perhaps more interesting are the petroglyphs (primitive drawings) found on the rock formations. This is a fun place to camp, and a decent place to ride, with nothing too challenging, and you can ride from your campsite all the way into the town of Overton for supplies Large ATV tour groups run through this area daily.
An extensive system of off-road trails provides an excellent way to tour the colorful, red sandstone eastern boundary of Valley of Fire State Park as well as cruise to Logandale, across the Moapa Valley to Overton. Be aware that ATVs and other motorized vehicles also use the trail, which winds through public land.
Type: Mountain biking, Hiking, Camping, Horseback, ATV, 4 Wheel
trail head: Heading south on State Route 169, turn right on Liston rd., which ends a the trailhead.
Elevation Gain: Varies
Difficulty: Beginner to advanced
Getting There: From: Las Vegas
1) I-15 North from Las Vegas approx 45 miles
2) Exit 93 (Overton/Logandale exit) to 169
3) Turn right (west) on Liston Ave (look for chinese restaurant on right)
gps coord:N36.35.837 W114.29.064
4) Turn right at 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 – gets rough but 2WD ok
7) First staging area is about 1.5 miles in (trail head) and has bathrooms, more staging ahead.
BLM – Southern Nevada District Office
4701 North Torrey Pines Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89130