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Logandale Trails History

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

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Logandale Trails

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’! 

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Nevada Commission on Tourism Grants

Two Moapa Valley organizations have recently received grants allowing for tourism promotion and a bi-annual OHV festival to take place locally. The Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce received a grant for $10,000 while the Moapa Valley Revitalization Project received another grant for $8,000.

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OHV Use Moapa Valley

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.

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Moapa Valley History Part 1

Author :This article was written and submitted by Elise McAllister, from Partners in Conservation and Logandale Trails System. Elise will be a regular contributor to this blog and the Moapa Valley History Category.

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Saint Thomas

St Thomas was a pioneer settlement starting in 1865, located approximately 7 miles southeast of Overton, NV, inside the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

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Latter Day Saints-Then and Now

The President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in the late 1860’s was Brigham Young. Who at the time issued a call to selected names read in a conference in Nephi, Utah.

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MVRP Grant to Promote Community

The Moapa Valley Revitalization Project was recently awarded a Nevada’s Commission on Tourism grant that will be used to create, print and distribute rack cards promoting the Moapa Valley community in Nevada, southern California and southern Utah.

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