A group of about 30 people gathered at the main trailhead at Logandale Trails area on Saturday, Oct. 28, to celebrate the completion of a long-time goal
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Logandale Trails is a multi-use trail system that consists of well marked trails, restrooms, information kiosks, and primitive camping. It encompasses over twenty-one thousand acres
Logandale Trails is Moapa Valley’s version of Red Rocks west of Vegas—only MUCH better! Why? Because Logandale Trails is a true multiple-use area allowing recreationalists ample opportunity to ‘do their thing’!
In March 2015, the Clark County Commissioners passed an ordinance designating Moapa Valley as an OHV (Off Highway Vehicle) Friendly Community. This ordinance was passed after years of hard work between individual volunteers, and local, county, state and federal government entities. Since this is a brand new designation, we do not yet have all the details to share. However, as more information becomes available, we will publish it here.
After nearly six years in the works, local non-profit organization Partners in Conservation (PIC) is celebrating its new role as site steward of the Logandale Trails area