Best Nevada ATV Trails

Nevada has 27 all terrain vehicle rides.

  September 17, 2018

Located in the US, the ATV trails in Nevada offers over twenty awesome ATV riding trails. The best Nevada ATV trails based on popularity are considered to be Amargosa Big Dune, Sand Mountain, Logandale Trail System, Moapa Valley OHV Park, and Nellis Dunes. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Nevada ATV trails trail below.

Where Can I Ride ATVs In Nevada?


FEATURED:  Sand Mountain

  Reno, Nevada

  August 15, 2016

Southeast of Reno and Fallon, the Sand Mountain Recreation Area is located in the high desert of west central Nevada, 25 miles east of Fallon. There are trails in the Sand Mountain Recreation Area that are open to ATV riding. Managed by the U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the sand dunes of the 4795 acre recreation area provide challenge and excitement for many types of off-highway vehicle use.

FEATURED:  Logandale Trail System

  Las Vegas, Nevada

  July 25, 2016

Northeast of Las Vegas and north of Overton near Logandale, the Logandale Trail System has 50 miles of trails open to ATV riding. The trails are dirt, sand and rock through red rock canyons along the scenic eastern boundary of Valley Of Fire State Park.

FEATURED:  Virginia City Trails

  Virginia City, Nevada

  August 2, 2016

Southeast of Reno, the Virginia City area has miles of ATV trails through the hilly terrain surrounding an old mining town. Be prepared for 2,000 feet of vertical over rocks and through gullies. The trails allow exploration of various old mining sites.

FEATURED:  Amargosa Big Dune

  Las Vegas, Nevada

  July 3, 2016

Northwest of Las Vegas and southeast of Beatty, the Amargosa Big Dune is a 5 square mile ATV playground which has mainly been a local secret. The dunes consist of crushed grains of feldspar and quartz. There are numerous small washes to explore.

FEATURED:  Bitter Springs Trail

  Las Vegas, Nevada

  August 21, 2016

Northeast of Las Vegas near Logandale, the Bitter Springs Backcountry Byway is a 28 mile route open to ATV riding. The byway begins at the Valley of Fire State Park and runs south along the foothills of the Muddy Mountains. It passes through several dry washes and past abandoned mining operations.

FEATURED:  Immigrant Trail


  August 8, 2016

In northeastern Elko County, a stretch of the Immigrant Trail follows a 96 mile route along gravel roads. The ATV riding route runs northeast from Wells to the northeast corner of Nevada.

FEATURED:  Harrison Pass / Corral Creek

  Elko, Nevada

  June 30, 2016

South of Elko and Jiggs, the Harrison Pass / Corral Creek area has multiple trails for all levels of riding. The summits overlook sweeping vistas of the Ruby Valley and Ruby Lake.

FEATURED:  Spruce Mountain

  Elko, Nevada

  June 26, 2016

Southeast of Elko and south of Wells, the Spruce Mountain area has miles of ATV trails with spectacular mountain vistas. The trails climb through aspen forests and run ridges.

FEATURED:  Stag Mountain

  Elko, Nevada

  August 4, 2016

Northeast of Elko and north of Deeth, the Stag Mountain area has miles of riding in the Jarbidge Mountains of remote northern Nevada. A remote trail connects Stag Mountain, Charleston and Jarbidge and can be accessed off Interstate 80 at Deeth.

FEATURED:  Prison Hill Recreation Area

  Carson City, Nevada

  July 4, 2016

Southeast Carson City, the 2,450 acre Prison Hill Recreation Area has trails open to ATV riding. There are three trailhead parking areas.