Logandale Trails System Primitive Camping area is located on BLM managed land in Southern Nevada and is popular for off-road driving and four-wheeling. There is a primary loop that winds through the area with a handful of designated primitive campsites, that offer picnic tables. However you can camp anywhere in the area. The area is frequented by the big horn sheep that live in the area as well as other desert dwellers like snakes, scorpions, and the occasional tarantula. Throughout the Logandale Trails area you will find rocks that area covered in ancient Native American petroglyphs.
The Logandale Trails area is about 50 square miles in size and borders the eastern side of nearby Valley of Fire State Park. While the area is often humming with four-wheel drive vehicles, there are plenty of hiking opportunites in the area as well. ATV’s in the cooler seasons, there is a great deal of exploring that can be done on foot also.
The Logandale Trails area is located in the Mojave Desert which often has extreme conditions. Camping here in the summer time is not recommended. Be prepared for a harsh environment and bring plenty of water.
Logandale Trails System Primitive Camping Features
|Campground Type:||Primitive, Dispersed|
|Number of Campsites:||Unlimited|
|Use Level:||Very Low|
|RV/Trailer Length:||Not Defined|
|Cell Phone Service:||None|
|Operating Season:||Campground open year-round|
|Geo Coordinates:||36.587587, -114.528774|
|Nearest City/Town:||Logandale, Nevada|
|Location:||Clark County, Nevada|
|Paved Road Access:||None|
|Proximity to Stores:||5 Miles to Logandale, Nevada|
|Directions:||Follow I-15 to Logandale exit number 93. Turn right on Liston Ave (3.3 miles on SR 169 from I-15) immediately after Post Office. Follow road across the railroad tracks where it will turn into a dirt road. Drive for 5 miles to the Logandale Trails System.|
|Web:||Bureau of Land Management – Southern Nevada District Office|
|Reservations:||Not Accepted – First-come/First-Served|
When To Go
Spring & Fall – Spring and Fall offer the best weather, not too hot, and not too cold.
What To Do
Hiking, Bouldering, & Rock Climbing – The Logandale Trails System area is used for hiking, bouldering, and rock climing.
Off-Roading – There are numerous Jeep trails in the area that vary in difficulty.