Located in the US, the OHV driving in Nevada offers more than a half-dozen beautiful OHV / 4WD trails. The best Nevada OHV driving based on popularity are considered to be Hungry Valley / Moon Rocks OHV Area, Valley Of Fire State Park, Moapa Valley OHV Park, Sand Mountain Recreation OHV Area, and Ghost Town Loop. For a detailed OHV riding trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Nevada OHV driving trail below.
Northeast of Las Vegas and west of Overton, the Valley Of Fire State Park has routes open to OHV users. This is a region of white sand stone which stands in stark contrast to the surrounding red sandstone.
North of Reno and southwest of Pyramid Lake, the Hungry Valley / Moon Rocks OHV Area is open to all OHV users. It is a 20 acre open-riding area of rock and sand. Moon Rocks has more than enough trails to keep riders of all levels satisfied. From large flat areas where the kids can ride in circles all day, to gnarly, torock-infested hill climbs, there is something for everyone.
Northeast of Las Vegas and north of Overton near Logandale, the Moapa Valley OHV Park has 25 miles of challenging routes. It is also known as the Logandale Trail System.
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. Managed by the U. S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management (BLM), the sand dunes of the 4,795 acre recreation area provide challenge and excitement for many types of off-highway vehicle use. Spring and fall offer the best weather at Sand Mountain.
Southwest of Carson City near Glenbrook, the Genoa Peak Road is a 10 mile OHV route above 8,000 feet. The road offers scenic vistas of the Lake Tahoe basin. It ascends up Genoa Peak (9,150 feet).
Southeast of Carson City in the Bridgeport Ranger District, the Ghost Town Loop is a 32 mile OHV route through high desert. The route rolls through Bodie Hills and offers vistas of the Sierra Nevadas and the Sweeet water mountains.
Southeast of Carson City in the Bridgeport Ranger District, the Boulder Flat is a 25 mile OHV route through a historic mining district. The route offers scenic vistas of tall peaks.
South of Carson City and nort Markleeville, the Monitor Pass to US395 route is a 7 mile OHV drive that descends over 2,600 feet. This mountainside road offers scenic vistas into the Great Basin.
Southeast of Carson City near Walker, the Jackass Flat route is 24 miles and runs the Sweetwater Mountains ridgeline. This OHV route connects with Risue Road.
Southeast of Carson City near Walker, the Risue Road is a 16.5 mile OHV route through semi-arid desert. It runs along the deep Risue Canyon. This route connects with the Jackass Flat route.