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Gateway to the Valley of Fire and Lake Mead

Welcome to the Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce Website. Moapa Valley is located in Clark County, NV, approximately 65 miles northeast of Las Vegas, and 75 miles southwest of St. George, UT. Moapa Valley is made up of the towns of Overton, Logandale, and Moapa.

Moapa Valley is a friendly community with a small town feel, the pefect place to visit, or live!

Browse through our website to learn more about Moapa Valley Recreation, Schools, Real Estate, Restaurants, and many other products and services available in this Oasis in the Desert!


Moapa Valley has been inhabited since approximately 1000 B.C. according to archeological research. The earliest inhabitants were American Indians including the Pueblos until around A.D. 1150, and after that the Paiute Indians. The Moapa Band of Paiutes have a reservation in Moapa,and operate the Moapa Tribal Plaza at the East Entrance of the Valley of Fire State Park.

The Mormons started an agricultural community along the Muddy River at St. Thomas (abandoned and submerged when Hoover Dam was built) in 1864. Additional towns were settled including St. Joseph (currently Logandale), Overton, Westpoint (currently Moapa), and Kaolin (suffered the same fate as St. Thomas). Click here to read more about the history of Moapa Valley.


Moapa Valley offers recreation choices for everyone, whether you choose to drive ATVS, climb mountains, observe wildlife, ride a Zipline, paddle a kayak, or any combination of all of them...the wide open desert and cool, clear waters of Moapa Valley have it all.

Adventure Glide Ropes Course-Zipline

Clark County Fair & Rodeo

Lake Mead National Recreation Area

Logandale Trails System

Lost City Museum

Overton Wildlife Management Area

Roos'n More Zoo

Valley of Fire State Park

Clark County Fair
Valley of Fire-Big Horn Sheep Lost City Museum
Logandale Trail System Roos'n More Zoo
Jet Ski on Lake Mead Windsurfing on Lake Mead
Valley of Fire State Park Valley of Fire Petroglyphs
Zipline Overton NV Overton Wildlife Management Area

Moapa Valley Progress

  • Boy Scouts from throughout Moapa Valley, along with their adult leaders, attended an annual summer camp last week at Camp Del Webb Adventure Base in the mountains of southern Utah.

  • The newly formed local chapter of Ducks Unlimited (DU) held its first annual fundraiser dinner on Saturday evening at the Old Logandale School. About 80 people attended the event which featured a steak dinner, a raffle and a fundraising auction.

  • The remains of the old marina structure sit abandoned on the dry, cracked mud flat at Lake Mead’s Echo Bay. These dilapidated old structures, along with a boarded up motel and restaurant building that are now more than a mile away

  • CLP, a national skilled trade staffing company, will be holding a special recruiting event in Overton on July 24-25 this week. The event, which is being held at the Northshore Inn in Overton,

  • Five youth participants of the local Parks and Recreation Leaders of the Future (LOTF) program traveled to a short day camp on Monday, July 14 at Camp Lee Canyon on Mount Charleston.

  • In a classroom at the Moapa Rec Center, Moapa resident Zila Johnson teaches a guitar class for children 6 – 12 years old. This year, she has five students. They all bring their own guitars so that she can teach them beginning fundamentals.

  • A group of 11 local residents met for a presentation about Site Stewardship from the non-profit Nevadans for Cultural Presentation (NVFCP) on Saturday morning in the Old Logandale School.

  • No one asked me but... The Second Amendment is short and to the point. “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

  • Dear President Obama – Are people angry about your outrageous decision to send five terrorist leaders back to the battlefield? About increasing danger to our troops in the field? No problem. Harry Reid has your back.

  • Kids at the Moapa Valley Library were treated to a rainbow this week as the Library’s Summer Reading Program series of science programs tackled it’s next subject: Color.

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