Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce
Gateway to the Valley of Fire and Lake Mead
Where is Moapa Valley?
Moapa Valley is located in Clark County, NV, approximately 65 miles northeast of Las Vegas, and 75 miles southwest of St. George, UT. Moapa Valley includes the towns of Overton, Logandale and Moapa.
Why Visit Moapa Valley?
Moapa Valley offers some of the best recreation and attractions in Southern Nevada. Moapa Valley is home to the Valley of Fire State Park, Logandale Trails, and Lake Mead, as well as many other nearby recreational areas.Whether you are a visitor or resident of Moapa Valley, you can enjoy hiking, biking, boating, fishing, museums, wildlife, and OHV Trails.
Why Live in Moapa Valley?
For Residents of Moapa Valley, a better question would be “Why live anywhere else?” Moapa Valley residents enjoy living in a small, rural area within a great community of supportive people. The views from everywhere in the valley are spectacular, the night sky is amazingly clear, and the services available in the area are great. While Moapa Valley doesn’t have any large chain stores or malls, it does have a great mix of shopping, dining and service businesses. And for those bigger purchases, Mesquite, Las Vegas and St. George are within easy driving distances. Visit our Relocation Page for more information about Moapa Valley.
What is the Moapa Valley Chamber?
The Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce does LOTS of things! Our Mission Statement is: “The Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce promotes visitors and relocation to our area, which benefits all of us in the valley”, but that doesn’t tell the whole story. The Chamber of Commerce provides support to local organizations, events and businesses through this website and through various committees and projects.
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Past Events › Special Events
Moapa Valley will be celebrating Independence Day on Wednesday July 4th with a whole lot of fun activities for the entire community. Come join the community for a fun filled day of food, games and entertainment provided by various groups and individual in our community. All Activities take place at the Clark County Fairgrounds 7:00 ... Read moreFind out more »
As part of Southern Nevada Archaeology Speaker Series, The Lost City Museum presents an artifact identification workshop in cooperation with the State Historic Preservation Office. The workshop will take place July 7th 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Join us at hands-on activity stations that will teach ten participants to identify archeological and historic artifacts. Space is ... Read moreFind out more »
The Moapa Valley Art Guild is presenting a Free Summer Art Workshop for people 12-18 years oldFind out more »