Logandale trails is a system of recreational trails for both motorized and non-motorized vehicles in the spectacular landscape that exists between the township of Logandale and Valley of Fire State Park. The trail system was enabled by a partnership of many people and agencies, including Ron Loomis (Team Loomis), Bob Taylor and Bill Civish, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Clark County and UNLV.
The unusual geology of Logandale was formed out of what was once an inland sea. The conglomerate rock which comprises much of the geology contains a multitude of fossil remains. There are also numerous petroglyph sites that can be seen while riding, biking or hiking the trail system.
In the montage below, clockwise: One of the Logandale trail system trail heads, a squirrel's eye view of one of the wider trails, An OHV riding group, a petroglyph panel viewed from one of the trails, unique geological formations formed on the bottom of a prehistoric inland sea. Photos 1,2 and 5 are courtesy of Marc Sanchez.
You can explore Logandale and the trail system by following these links:
Logandale Trail System Map
Logandale Trail System Primitive Camping Directions (BLM)