Located in Nevada, the dirt biking in Las Vegas offers more than a half-dozen beautiful dirt biking trails. The best Las Vegas dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Bitter Springs Trail, Moapa Valley OHV Park, Logandale Trail System, Mesquite Motocross Park, and Crescent Dunes Open Riding Area. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Las Vegas dirt biking trail below.
Northeast of Las Vegas near Logandale, the Bitter Springs Backcountry Byway is a 28 mile route open to off-road motorcycle trails 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.
Northeast of Las Vegas and north of Overton near Logandale, the Logandale Trail System has 50 miles of trails open to off-road motorcycle trails riding. The trails are dirt, sand and rock through red rock canyons along the scenic eastern boundary of Valley Of Fire State Park.
Southwest of Las Vegas in Sandy Valley, the Sandy Valley Motocross has a 10 acre motocross track. The Sandy Valley Motocross is located only 35 minutes from the Vegas strip.
Northwest of Las Vegas and southeast of Beatty, the Amargosa Big Dune is a 5 square mile dirt biking 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.
Northeast of Las Vegas and northwest of Caliente, the Chief Mountain OHV Area has two dirt bike trail loops. The Loop G is a challenging route with rocks and sandy washes. The Loop R is a wide, scenic route perfect for novices.
Southeast of Las Vegas and just south of Boulder City, the Boulder City Motocross has five tracks spread across 55 acres. The tracks include a supercross, a national, a beginner, a peewee and a utv track.