The LTS offers a variety of activities in a rugged and remote desert setting. Maybe riding an ATV is your way to unwind? Organizing a picnic? Looking at the stars during a camping trip? Below are ways to find all of these and more in the LTS.
Camping is available in the LTS at designated campsites where fire rings are located. There are no RV hookups or dump stations. Please be advised that camping in undesignated areas harms the landscape for years to come.
Although there are no formal quiet hours at the site, please be courteous to your neighbors.
Two shade structure areas are available near the main entrance from Logandale. At this site, eight tables are provided, along with nearby restroom facilities.
Other picnic tables can be found throughout the LTS.
The LTS is a popular destination for horseback riders. Trails are available for horseback. Those in the western portion of the LTS have specifically been identified as suitable for horses. Additionally, a hitching post is available at the southern restroom area.
Trails are available for mountain biking throughout the LTS, but those identified specifically for the activity are in the northern portion of the site, north of the main parking area from Logandale.
The "spine" of the LTS is the main attraction for rock climbing in this area. The mostly red sandstone formations top in at approximately 100 feet. No permits are needed to climb.
One of the most popular activities in the LTS is the use of OHVs. These can vary between standard-issue SUVs to specially modified Jeeps and SUVs to ATVs, including motorcycles. In all cases, care is needed to ensure the experience is safe and does not harm the land and animals. Also, all vehicle use is limited to existing trails.
- Touring. Many people enjoy driving along the main trails to view the impressive scenery at the LTS. Four wheel drive vehicles are recommended and are appropriate for the main trails in the LTS. Beyond the main trails, most vehicles are not equipped for driving on secondary roads and trails due to the challenging terrain.
Rock Crawling. Using modified Jeeps and other vehicles to cover large rocks and other challenging terrain is most appropriate in the northwestern portion of the LTS.
- ATVs and Motorcycles. Using an ATV is one way to explore the furthest reaches of the LTS. ATV use is recommended for the eastern portion of the LTS, with the sand dunes as free play areas. In all cases, observe all safety measures and stay on the trails.
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