We were thrilled to return to one of our favorite events in Nevada! The Vegas Valley Four Wheelers put on a great event each year, but due to COVID issues last year we sadly decided to skip it. So going back to Logandale felt like a trip home! These guys do an amazing job and have an amazing place to take Jeepers of all skill levels!
The trails are very well maintained and there are numerous resources for maps of the trail system. In my opinion the best is at Logandale Trails
The Logandale Trails System (LTS) contains over 200 miles of trails, suitable for a variety of OHV types, as well as hiking and horseback riding. Be sure to respect the land and its resources during your visit. Otherwise, the LTS will lose what makes it a fantastic place for recreation. There are numerous recreation opportunities available in the over 45,000 acres of the LTS, providing a destination for recreationists in southern Nevada and beyond. Many of the trails accommodate most types of OHVs, although some trails are suitable only for particular types of vehicles: ATVs, specially modified SUVs and Jeeps, or motorcycles. The trails can accommodate a variety of skill levels, with some trails limited to experienced riders. Hiking is also a way to explore the LTS. Picnicking and camping provide relaxing ways to experience the area.
What’s Hump ‘N’ Bump?
Hump ‘N’ Bump is an internationally recognized, low-speed, two-day event, where participants in full-sized 4×4 off-road vehicles are guided over existing trails of varying difficulty in and around the Logandale trails and Valley of Fire recreation area. The open nature of the scenic trails and very low speeds allows for larger groups with negligible impact to the environment.
Since 2009, Hump ‘N’ Bump has been based at the Clark County Fairgrounds in Logandale, NV. The area provides an excellent venue for our event with a bandstand stage, tables and bleachers. The location also provides hookups for up to 122 RV’s and there is a large grass area for tent camping.
The event includes two days of guided trail rides, vendor booths of various products, spectator events, training seminars, bonfire, and special events that change annually. On Saturday night, after everybody has returned to the fairgrounds from the trails and had a chance to relax, we all move to the Glen Hardy building for a delicious BBQ dinner. Shortly after dinner, we have a raffle for all kids 12 and under, where each child wins a prize. Following the kids’ raffle, we start the main event raffle, featuring thousands of dollars worth of prizes generously donated to our event by our amazing sponsors.
How does Hump ‘N’ Bump help the community?
Proceeds from our non-profit event are donated back to the community to help keep our public lands open for off-road vehicles, and to continue to provide local land access for future generations. Some of the great partners and causes supported through donations from our most recent event include:
1 October Fund • 22 Warriors Foundation • American Cancer Society •
Blue Ribbon Coalition • Boy Scouts of America • Bureau of Land Management • Cappalappa Community Center • County Commission Marilyn Kirkpatrick •
Friends of Metro • LVMPD – Northeast Resident Division • Friends of Red Rock Canyon • Jessi Combs Foundation • K9 for Warriors • Moapa Valley Fire District – Station 73 •
Moapa Valley Ham Radio Club (W7MVR) • Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth • Partners In Conservation • Project 150 • Red Rock Search and Rescue • The Shade Tree • Southern Nevada Pug Rescue • Southern Nye County Search and Rescue • Total Karnage • Tread Lightly • United Four Wheel Drive Association • Utah Public Lands Alliance • Valley Of Fire State Park • VFW Post 8336.
And you just never know what you might see while out on the trails!!