Logandale is a laidback town located in Clark County and about an hour’s drive from the Las Vegas Strip. The town, originally known as West Point, was set on the banks of the Muddy River in the 19th century.
A few years later, the town was enlarged to accommodate settlers from Saint Joseph, before the town was abandoned in 1871.
Logandale Hotels, Apartments, Rentals, Lodging & Trails Map, Nevada
Logandale is located in the Moapa Valley and is easily accessible using Interstate 15. For families, this town is an excellent outdoor destination. Start with the Valley of Fire State Park. Aptly named for its fiery red sandstone formations, this park is a befitting destination for thrill-seekers. Nothing compares to adventure in the heart of Nevada’s largest state park.
The Lake Mead National Recreation Area is also one of the highlights when in Logandale. Most of the areas nearby, particularly the secluded coves, lack access by road, and can only be reached by boat. This provides a thrilling water adventure for the whole family.
Hikers will enjoy the Logandale Trails System that covers an extensive area of more than 200 miles. The marked trails are ideal for hiking, horse riding, and cycling, giving visitors the opportunity to explore the wild southwest in all its glory.
A number of companies offer outdoor recreational activities across the town, ranging from white water rafting to kayaking, ziplining, rock climbing, and horseback riding. The option of outdoor adventures, coupled with the availability of packages, is an exciting way to explore Logandale and make a memorable holiday.
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