Moapa Valley offers numerous recreation activities that will appeal to people of all different interests. Below are just a few of the highlights of the area.

Moapa Valley Recreation

Logandale Trails System: Hundreds of miles of multi use off road trails.
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Valley of Fire State Park: Nevada’s Oldest and Largest State Park. Hiking, Camping, Petroglyph Viewing, this place is a photographer’s dream.
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Lake Mead: The largest man made lake in the Northern Hemisphere offers boating, fishing, hiking, camping, watersports and is located just 10 miles from Overton.
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Lost City Museum: The Lost City Museum is located in Overton, NV and offers locals and visitors a glimpse into the history of the Moapa Valley Area. The Lost City Museum presents the history of Moapa Valley with a focus on the Native American inhabitants. Located in Overton NV.
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Awesome Adventures: Ziplines, Ropes Courses, Bear Grylls Survival Academy, ATV Tours and Rentals, and more.
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St. Thomas: Once a thriving community, it was flooded when Lake Mead when was formed. With the low water levels at Lake Mead, many original footings and buildings are now visible.
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Double Negative: Double Negative is land art located in Moapa Valley on Mormon Mesa. It was conceived and designed by Artist Michael Heizer in 1969.
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For more information about Recreation and Attractions in Moapa Valley, please visit the

Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce Website

Moapa Valley Recreation Photos

  • Valley of Fire State Park
  • Logandale Trails System
  • Lake Mead National Recreation Area
  • Moapa Valley Zipline

Moapa Valley Recreation Video